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A spokesperson for the famous Birds funfair says it is planning to light up the sky over Castlebar this evening with the most impressive fireworks display ever seen in Mayo.
DRAWING INSPIRATION from the great Irish epic, the Táin Bo Cuailgne, Women In Arms is a show about Irish myths from the point of view of the women involved.
AN ARCHITECT, a university lecturer, and a fine artist hardly sounds like a combination that could create thrilling, high energy, indie-electro dance music, but these are the day jobs of Belfast’s Not Squares, and that is the kind of music they make when they are together.
THE THRILLING All Tvvins, who combine electro-pop rhythms with exciting metal/math-rock guitar, play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.
One of Ireland’s foremost comtemporary poets, Michael Longley, is to give a special reading of some of his ‘Mayo poems’ in the Ballina Arts Centre, on Friday, April 10.
Work on the Lough Atalia Bridge Road Lowering Project starts on Monday March 23, but the road will remain open during the following two weeks in order to allow unrestricted access to the city during the Easter weekend.
Celebrations of Mayo’s French connection, a Halloween spookfest and an event dedicated to the pirate queen Grace O’Malley are amongst the 15 local festivals and events that have won funding support through Fáilte Ireland this year.
A sod of turf from Mayo has warmed the Queen of England’s heart.
IRISH HISTORY and mythology, and indeed the points where they intersect, are rich materials for the graphic novel, leading, over the last number of years, to Irish writers and artists exploring the potentialities of such as Cúchulainn and The Táin.
ON FRIDAY March 6 at 8pm, An Taibhdhearc will stage Oiche Mháire Stafford, an all-star commemorative evening in honour of the late Máire Stafford, who, for more than 60 years was involved with the theatre as an actor, director, translator, costume designer, and lyricist, fully earning her soubriquet ‘Queen of An Taibhdhearc’.