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TONGUE FU, a riotous experiment in live literature, music, film, and improv, and one of London’s best attended spoken word nights, is coming to Galway.
PLUTONIC HOUSE will bring their fusion of hard-hitting synth melodies, punk/funk bass, and lo-fi analogue disco beats to Monroe’s Live on Thursday April 23.
A group of transition year students at Galway Community College will send their space balloon, The Galway Girl, into the upper atmosphere tomorrow.
LAST TIME out on 2010’s Rolling Blackouts, Brighton collective The Go! Team delivered a set of full on funk, soul, blaxploitation, and samapdelic urban.
JOHNNY MOYNIHAN, one of the legends of Irish folk music, will play a concert entitled Vocals and far too many instruments... in The GiG Room, Kinvara Community Centre, on Saturday April 4 at 8pm.
Crossmolina man Ken Astill is busy organising a big musical tribute to honour the memory of his son Andrew, who lost his life four years ago, aged just 37, to a rare condition called vasculitis.
Often the best way to see the insides of a city is from the outside. It is only by standing alone, outside it, feeling its hard edges that you get to truly absorb it into your soul. It is often only by having to scrape your way through it that you appreciate all its nuances, its attributes, its quirks. For those who have chosen Galway as their home as their place to work, as their place to study and learn, many have experienced all of the aforementioned.
AN SPIDÉAL’S ANNUAL arts festival, Éigse an Spidéil, returns from Wednesday March 4 to Sunday 8, celebrating culture, community, development, and innovation in the area.
KAREN EGAN, a former barrister-at law and former member of comedy trio The Nualas, now a musician, songwriter, and theatre-maker, is about to tour Ireland.
Westport based songwriter Paul K has just released his debut single called ‘Bright Side’.