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Sancta Maria College in Louisburgh has announced the staging of its 23nd annual musical production, the family favourite The Sound of Music. Preparations are in full flow in the school with students and staff working tirelessly to produce this much loved show.
BACK IN 1972 Slade told Mama "weer all crazee now!". In 2018 Terry Alderton isn't just telling it to Mama, he's telling everyone - and he's made both a radio show and a new stand-up comedy show about it.
THEY CREATED the musical genre rockgrass - a fusion of classic rock and bluegrass/American folk - have won the respect of legendary rockers, been going for nearly 20 years, and have a new album out.
CRANKY FACE, the Galway alternative/indie-rock band have released their new single, 'Vultures', the first track from their forthcoming EP which will be released later this year.
The internationally acclaimed Irish rock band Bagatelle are set to perform as part of their 40th Anniversary Tour at Ballinasloe's Shearwater Hotel on Saturday, February 24.
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BIZARRE RIDE II The Pharcyde was the 1992 debut album of American hip hop group The Pharcyde. Since its release, it has been hailed by music critics and alternative hip-hop fans as a classic, and has appeared in numerous publications' best albums lists.
LOVE AND romance are the ingredients of Music for Galway's 2018 midwinter festival, Beloved - Composers In Love, a beautiful programme of music by famous composers, written during times of intense passion, which takes place at the Town Hall Theatre from January 19 to 21.
AT FIRST glance the reader could be forgiven for thinking Gerald Dawe’s new book, In Another World - Van Morrison and Belfast, is a memoir of Van and his life in Belfast. There is some justification for this, but Dawe's short volume is so much more, and in fact packs one hell of a punch.
BETH ORTON, the British singer-songwriter, who has collaborated with such diverse artists as William Orbit, Bert Jansch, Johnny Marr and Nick Cave, and whose music ranges from electronica to folk, is coming to Galway.