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U.M.A.N - an acronym for U. Must. Act. Now - and the stage name of Irish soul singer and songwriter Brian Flanagan, play the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
FROM THE depths of the Swedish hardcore underground come God Mother, who are set to bring their aggressive, high energy, fast-paced hardcore, seasoned with deathmetal and sludge, to the first FEAST gig of 2018.
On Saturday December 23 The Roisin Dubh hosts The Christmas Shuffle! club night with the greatest original vinyl DJs this country have to offer.
BRIAN DEADY has been declared Ireland's "new soul star," by The Irish Times and "our favourite act in Ireland” by no less a legend than Nile Rodgers of Chic.
LUKA BLOOM makes a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh this weekend, following last month's release of Refuge, possibly the most personal album the Kildare born singer-songwriter has made.
BRASS EYE was a British comedy series which parodied current affairs shows. It ran for seven episodes on Channel 4 between 1997 and 2001, and featured such writers as Arthur Mathews, Graham Linehan, Charlie Brooker, and David Quantick.
SHE HAS been called "condescendingly brilliant!" by Edinburgh's Daily News and ranked among the “Ten Standout Stand-ups Worth Watching” by Backstage Magazine. She is Maureen Langan and she is coming to Galway.
MARTIN HAYES and Dennis Cahill may be one of, if not the greatest, partnership in Irish trad. The duo, going strong since meeting in Chicago in the 1980s, return to Galway, to play the Róisín Dubh this month.
WITH THE Vodafone Comedy Carnival mere days away, organisers have revealed to the Galway Advertiser, just a few names from the stunning line-up they have put together for Karl Spain’s always full, never dull, Late Night KARLnival.
BORN IN Hampshire in 1997, and moving to Ireland when she was 10, Rosie Carney grew up in Downings, a Gaeltacht village amid the vast, rugged landscapes of the Rosguill peninsula, County Donegal.