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THE GALWAY Jazz Quartet is back with a new line-up for the Killer Joe's Jazz Club sessions, which return to the Side Bar at Monroe’s Tavern on Sunday February 12 at 8pm.
THE POETS Matthew Caley, Helena Kane, and Mary Lee will read at the final Over The Edge: Open Reading of 2016, in the Galway City Library on Thursday December 15 at 6.30pm.
A PRIZE-winner in New York and an audience hit at Cúirt, Justin McCarthy and Diarmuid de Faoite’s rollicking musical version of Playboy of the Western World hits the Town Hall Theatre next week for a five night run.
BE HERE Now was the album which put the cocaine infused nail in the coffin of the hubris filled, jingoistic, corpse of Britpop. The phenomenon which, in the words of Suede's Brett Anderson began "with the charm and intelligence of a Mike Leigh film" had indeed "become a Carry On movie".
“A MAN is least himself when he talks in his own person,” observed Oscar Wilde. “Give him a mask and he’ll tell you the truth.” While Wilde would undoubtedly have sniffed at their suspect sartorial style - cheap tracksuits, gaudy jewellery, balaclavas expertly fashioned from plastic shopping bags - it seems likely he would have otherwise heartily approved of comedy hip-hop duo The Rubberbandits.
AHEAD OF his appearance at next month's Vodafone Comedy Carnival, there is a chance to catch Danny O’Brien up close and personal at the Róisín Dubh comedy Clubh tomorrow from 8.30pm.
RTÉ Radio 1’s flagship news programme Morning Ireland is taking its bike to Westmeath’s high roads and byroads to bring interesting unheard stories and voices to the station’s listeners.
RTÉ Radio 1’s flagship news programme Morning Ireland will be stopping in Galway next week to hear the interesting stories and voices of Galwegians.
How did Terry Wogan inaugurate young announcers? Why did the newsreader fall off the chair? What caused Larry Gogan to collapse in giggles? Irish radio is not always as serious as it has sounded.
The 1916 Rising saw Ireland proclaimed a Republic from the steps of the GPO, it was declared a Republic again in 1919 at the start of the War of Independence, but was only recognised by Russia, before finally, in 1949, the Republic of Ireland came into being.