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OVER THE past decade the Shell To Sea protest campaign against the Corrib Gas project in North Mayo has not only made headlines in Ireland but around the world. In that time numerous artists - musicians, authors and poets - have lent their support to the campaign with an array of songs and writings that tell the stories of the issues and personalities involved with great eloquence and power.
Across the Irish sea at Rally GB held in Wales, the final round of the World Rally Championships, Mayo members Pauric Duffy and Kevin Glynn in the Killian Duffy managed P1 Rally Rentals Ford Fiesta, finished the three day event in 52nd place overall, this was after the Fiesta left the road during Saturday’s wet and extremely difficult gravel stages and ended up on its roof but the hard working service team led by Philip Case got the car repaired overnight and back out in action under Rally 2 on Sunday morning, where the boys recorded a good result in the difficult conditions.
The Mayo International Choral Festival (MICF) committee members are delighted with the addition of Gabriella Thész, from Hungary, to their adjudication panel for 2016. Gabriella Thész is a graduate of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary.
John Concannon, MD. JFC Manufacturing last week announced the creation of 20 new jobs at the ‘Innovating the future of Marine Navigation Safety’ at the launch of the west of Ireland company’s new division, JFC Marine.
LEEDS-IRISH indie rock band Cronin have just released the video for the song ‘See This Man’, taken from the bands critically acclaimed Nelson Riddle EP, and are sure to play it at their show in Monroe's Live this Sunday at 9pm.
AN UNCONVENTIONAL musical journey from Russian composer Alexander Borodin to American jazz singer Billy Holliday can be expected at a forthcoming concert from musical siblings Naomi and Matthew Berrill.
Athlone Little Theatre will be taking on the dual challenge of presenting two masters of the dramatic form in one, with their upcoming production of Henrik Ibsen’s classic, An Enemy of the People, adapted by Arthur Miller.
STOCKINGS, SUSPENDERS, lavish lingerie, suggestive dances, and lashings of sauce, burlesque is no longer about women performing for men, today it is about women performing for women, and artists and audience celebrating the diversity of female forms.
A county councillor has called on the Galway Local Government Review Committee to "put people first instead of always thinking about money.''
WHEN A performer's raison d'être is creating on the spot rap songs inspired by audience suggestions, that performer needs the crowd to be able to come with something fresh, something the performer can really get stuck into, and something that will inspire humour filled rhymes.