Search Results for 'New Orleans'

45 results found.

The West End Street Party

image preview

DOMINICK STREET will come alive to the sound of music, song, and dancing for The West End Street Party, which starts today, and features shows from the Booka Brass Band, Hermitage Green, the Ignite Gospel Choir, as well as the open air Silent Disco.

Enjoy a New Orleans-style feast with Raging Cajun Catering

Chef Zimele Brown, formerly of Jamaica Joe’s, has started Raging Cajun Catering which specialises in Creole and Cajun cuisine direct from New Orleans. 

Jazz, folk, and maybe metal - The Underscore Orkestra

image preview

HE SOUND of New Orleans, Eastern European folk, jazz, and Jewish music will collide in a rambunctious and exciting fashion when Portland, Oregon's The Underscore Orkestra plays the Róisín Dubh on Sunday June 7 at 9pm.

Booka Brass Band - New Orleans brass Irish style

image preview

THEY HAVE “every right to be claimed as Ireland’s best live act right now,” according to Golden Plec; they are Ireland’s first New Orleans style brass band, and they have just released their first EP.

Booka Brass Band - the Irish sound of New Orleans

image preview

THE ONLY New Orleans style brass band in Ireland - the Booka Brass Band - are coming to play the Róisín Dubh as part of this summer’s Galway International Arts Festival.

Hot 8 Brass Band @ Róisín Dubh

image preview

THE SOUND of New Orleans, hip hop, and Black America are embodied in The Hot 8 Brass Band who make a welcome return for a Galway International Arts Festival show.

Galway champions

image preview

Galway produced two winners, Cathal Mullins from Kilcolgan and Danny Hyland from Ballinasloe, at the All Ireland Karting finals at Pallas Karting in Tynagh.

Hidden rhythms at the Galway Jazz Festival

THERE ARE times when people cannot be blamed for wondering if the plethora of annual Galway festivals is really of any lasting benefit to the city. Outside of the arts festival, Cúirt, the races, and the film fleadh, do any of them bring anything more tangible to Galway than a good time?

Hidden rhythms at the Galway Jazz Festival

THERE ARE times when people cannot be blamed for wondering if the plethora of annual Galway festivals is really of any lasting benefit to the city. Outside of the arts festival, Cúirt, the races, and the film fleadh, do any of them bring anything more tangible to Galway than a good time?

From the Tuam workhouse to New Orleans

image preview

The contrast between the Tuam workhouse and the vibrant colours, blue skies, and the smell of exotic food of New Orleans in the 1840s could not have been more dramatic. To the eyes, ears and senses of two young Galway children it must have been jaw-dropping.

 

Page generated in 0.0549 seconds.