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Mark Geary - a 'quintessential singer-songwriter'

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HAVING SPENT the last 20 years between his native Ireland and New York, where he cut his teeth at the renowned Sin-É cafe, Mark Geary has won respect and attention from audiences and fellow artists.

Seo Linn - young, high energy, Irish trad

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CROKE PARK, The 3Arena, Aviva Stadium, Board Gáis Energy Theatre, headlining Vicar Street, 32 million views on YouTube and, gigs in New York, Melbourne, Boston, London, Paris, Edinburgh, and Uganda - Seo Linn have done it all.

Damien Clark comes to the Comedy KARLnival

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AUSSIE COMEDIAN Damian Clark brings his big arms, peaky cap, wry smile, but most importantly, his high-octane, observational, stand-up to the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.

No need to panic just yet — we have been here before

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It seems like it's déjà vu all over again. Have people not learned?

Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (Peace Proms) to hold open information meeting for new Galway members

The Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (CBOI) was established in 1995 as a peace initiative and is composed of more than 100 exceptionally talented young musicians from all over Ireland and Northern Ireland.

History is not kind to Liam Mellows

Week V

The Shacks - psychedelic dream-pop gems

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THERE ARE times when The Shacks' music sounds like some long forgotten, but thankfully now resurrected, psychedelic pop gems from the mid-1960s, except its modern, made by two people aged under 22.

US choir to perform at the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life

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There is a real treat in store for fans of choral music at 2.30pm on Thursday, May 24, at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar.

Farewell to a chronicler of our social history

When I started working in Tuam more than three decades ago, I came to the place like someone informed; It was as if I was watching a TV series having already seen the pilot episode. For me, very nook and cranny, every corner boy, every solicitor’s clerk, every waistcoated business owner, every side street had a side story about which there was a yarn or a saga. And for the best part of my many years there, I was enthralled and charmed and indeed shaped by the hundreds of characters who were citizens of the town, but who just as easily might have been characters in any one of Tom Murphy’s plays.

‘The most malignant man in Irish history’

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Week IV

 

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