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BBC Radio 4 to premiere new Julian Gough play

The Great Squanderland Roof, the new play by writer, poet, and singer Jullian Gough will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Afternoon Drama show at 2.15pm on Tuesday February 28.

Galway folk legends on YouTube

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IN CONCERT footage of the 1970s Galway folk duo Dicklerfitz - singer Terry Smith and the late Mickey Finn on the fiddle - has been posted on YouTube.

Dusty Banjos class and sessions return

THE DUSTY Banjos traditional music for beginners class returns next week. There was a waiting list for the class last term, so early booking is recommended.

WhistleBlast Quartet in Culleens NS, Ballina

The WhistleBlast Quartet – Ken Edge (saxophone and clarinet), Mary Curran (French horn), Síle Daly (oboe and cor Anglais), and Andrew Synnott (piano) – start off their 2012 series of outreach/recital programmes with a three-day concert/workshop project with the children of Culleens National School, Ballina, on January 11, 12, and 13.

Shoes and Inks/Costbusters

Shoes and Inks - originally trading on Linenhall Street - has now moved to new and bigger premises on Main Street, Castlebar, into what was formerly the Tweed Centre. Anything you need, whether for the house or a party, can be sourced in-store, according to Darren Devers, who explains:

Claremorris Community Radio

Deputy John O'Mahony will officially launch the Claremorris Community Radio 2012 calendar on Friday November 18 at 7pm.

The Music Makers – The craft of music at the Linenhall

The Music Makers is a music and film performance piece celebrating the creativity and skill involved in traditional music-making, from the actual making of musical instruments to the performance of traditional music on those very instruments. In the show, which takes place at the Linenhall Arts Centre Castlebar on November 10 at 8pm, live music is interwoven with film footage of the craft workers as they fashion the instruments being played.

Strayed’s debut single is now available on iTunes

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Castlebar band Strayed who have been gigging hard over the summer have recently released their debut single ‘Things You Like To Do’ and it is now available to download on iTunes. The local lads will be celebrating this release with a a gig at Late at Live Choice in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, this Saturday night. So why not stop by and see what Strayed have to offer. You can download the single from itunes.apple.com/ie/album/things-you-like-to-do-single/id461036907

Submissions sought for TULCA visual arts festival

ARTISTS ARE invited to make submissions to be included in the 2011 TULCA festival of visual arts.

Indian music event

RAGA MALA, an event to “present the subtle beauty of Indian classical music through a variety of mediums” takes place this weekend.

 

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