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A Kiltimagh man and a New York politician with strong links to Westport are hoping to light up one of the world’s best known landmarks - Niagara Falls - in green and red for the first Mayo Day celebrations on May 2.
This Thursday night February 19 is retro night at The Snug Bar, with The Retronauts providing a blast from the past with a modern twist! This Dublin band perform a quirky mix of funk, disco, rock and reggae hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and today, and they are influenced by artists as diverse as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin to Chic, Prince, and Diana Ross.
FIRST LOVE and erotic, violent, love are the stuff of the operas Iolanta and Duke Bluebeard’s Castle, which will be screened at The Eye for Valentine’s Day this Saturday.
Three-time Olympic medalist and former World Champion Carmelita Jeter will compete in the AIT International Arena Grand Prix on February 18. The American sprinter will run in the 60m event.
A classic of modern Irish theatre, Catalpa takes to the stage at Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday February 17 at 8pm. Catalpa is the story of the daring 1875 whaleship rescue of six Irish prisoners from the British penal colony in Fremantle, Western Australia. Catalpa is about heroes and visionaries, political intrigue and personal loyalty, with hot romance, mixed-up rebels, and battles at sea - an epic adventure story that challenges the nature of heroism.
THE THREE Tenors return to Galway in the New Year to play the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday January 24 at 8pm.
PRINTER CLIPS, the new solo project from Bell X1’s Paul Noonan, have released a new charity single ‘Hole In Her Heart’ and play the Róisín Dubh on Sunday December 7 at 8pm.
THE INTERNAL security procedures of the now defunct Provisional IRA (1969-2005 RIP) have lately been subjected to a certain amount of criticism. Even Gerry Adams has admitted “mistakes” were made.
THE AMAZING Apples, the Galway folk-rock/Americana band, whose profile has been on a serious ascent over the past few months, play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.
It was the year the bridge over the River Foyle was built, linking Lifford and Strabane. It was also the year Val Doonican released his single ‘Walk Tall’ and, most notably in Donegal, 1964 was the year that Margo (Margaret O’Donnell) sang her way to prominence in her native county and shortly afterwards into the hearts of a nation.