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THE WILLIS Clan, the multi-talented Nashville siblings, aged between 13 and 23, who play American folk, roots, country, and Celtic music, will play Galway as part of a nationwide tour.
THE CLASSIC Broadway musical Peter Pan is set to light up the Town Hall Theatre ’s August programme and captivate Galway audiences in a new staging from Twin Productions.
SONGS FOR Amy, the independent Irish film about a musician desperately trying to win back the love of his life, is to be screened in the IMC Galway.
Images of Mayo will be beamed into the homes of millions of Americans next spring, courtesy of Tourism Ireland. Filming for two different TV shows took place here recently, when Irish-American sisters and TV personalities Catie Keogh and Colleen Kelly – both based in Chicago visited with their crews.
IT IS a manic time for Dublin indie-pop mavericks Fight Like Apes. “We have worked our asses off. We have not been home for even a week in months,” declares singer MayKay of the whirlwind circuit that has seen them play Oxegen, Glastonbury, Reading, and Castle-palooza, before supporting the Ting Tings British tour this month.
TOM RHODES started comedy while in the 11th grade in school in the US and used a fake ID to gain entrance into clubs. He’s come a long way since.
FOR THE second year running, the mighty Fight Like Apes will ring in the New Year at the Róisín Dubh - and this time they will have the added joy of also ringing in the new decade - when they headline the venue’s Strange Brew New Year’s Eve 2009 party.
STAND-UP comedy in Ireland has become more and more popular in recent years and going to a comedy club show is an essential part of any social calendar.