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"Oh the weather outside is frightful," says Dean Martin, and as we enter December, it will only get colder, wetter, and darker.
IT HAS been called "circus without a condom" by The Telegraph, "blood thirsty and burlesque" by The Independent, and "a bloody great night out" by The Times. This is Welcome To The Carnevil - The Circus Of Horrors 21st Anniversary Tour, which comes to The Black Box Theatre on Monday May 30 at 8pm.
IN THE aftermath of our election, comes a chance to see politics in another country, albeit one of a comedic kind when the award winning film Quai d'Orsay, will be screened by the Galway Film Society.
COLM MAC Con Iomaire, the composer, musician, and member of The Frames, will give the debut performance at Nocturne, a new concert series to be held in Loam restaurant, Fairgreen.
A MAINSTAY of The Frames, founder member of Kíla, a solo artist of note, comfortable with indie-rock, folk, and trad, and an outstanding fiddle player, Colm Mac Con Iomaire is a major presence in Irish music.
Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Company are no strangers to the Roscommon stage, having worked with local schools in recent years on various aerial dance projects. Originating from Donegal, they described themselves as a pint-sized Cirque du Soleil. Their work has toured internationally to some of the biggest arts festivals in the world. This October they tour Catch Me, their brand new show for all ages where audiences get to watch as the performers swing through the air in an awe-inspiring airborne production. Catch Me comes to Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday October 23 at 8pm.
If you happen to be around Spanish Parade next week you might see a man and a a woman flying through hoops.
Rising star, petite and quirky Vyvienne Long first achieved celebrity as a cellist in collaboration with singer-songwriter Damien Rice, producing the soaring melodies and distinctive sound associated with his albums O and 9. International tours followed during which she instantly charmed fans with her unique cello song and quirky take on the White Stripes’ ‘Seven Nation Army’. She soon began writing her own vocal material and formed a core band which typically includes three cellos, piano, drums and bass. Vyvienne released her EP Birdtalk in 06.
Vyvienne Long and special guests will perform at The Parade Tower on Friday, February 5 next. The cello queen has a huge Kilkenny following and tickets are expected to be sought after. She will be supported by guitarist John Lambert.