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THE WARNING signs were there, though it is only in retrospect we see and recognise them. Having dominated the 1970s as the decade's key artistic innovator and trendsetter, Bowie was prepared to admit that the following decade may not be quite so productive.
MITCH PRESENTS X Midnight Riot, will see one of Galway's leading DJs, and an acclaimed record label, join forces to present Yam Who? and Jaegerrossa in the Electric Garden and Theatre on Saturday September 29 from 11pm.
TWO SONATAS by Schubert, and Tchaikovsky's 'The Seasons', will be performed in Galway by one of the finest classical musicians to ever come from Ireland - Belfast pianist Barry Douglas.
Acclaimed Irish singer Sean Keane is to be joined by Mayo Concert Orchestra on his upcoming concert tour due to commence in early December.
In this article JobChanger identifies four steps you need to consider when planning your career for the future. These are important, no matter what stage you are at in life, if you wish to find your ideal career and enjoy life.
This exquisite new build home is a style sanctuary, offering a modern mix of panache and practicality.
Next year will see the launch of four new Toyota self-charging hybrid models including new generation versions of the RAV4, the Auris, and the return of one of the world’s best-selling saloon cars, the Camry Hybrid, after a 14-year absence.
THE INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed Irish blues-rock guitarist Eamonn McCormack will next month play his first Galway show in almost a decade, as part of his first Irish tour in more than five years.
It’s time to get ‘All Shook Up’ at The Prince Bar, Athlone on Saturday, August 25, with the return of ‘The Elvis Experience Show’. Featuring Tim Ryan in the role of ‘The King’, hit after hit from this legendary music icon are certain to crowd please throughout the night.
ITS ORIGINS lie in Portugal, its birthplace was Hawaii, and today the tiny guitar with four strings we call a ukulele is loved the world over, and as Galway is Ireland's festival city, why not have a ukulele festival?