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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.
A NEW monthly jazz night, Killer Joe’s Jazz Club, presented by The Galway Jazz Quartet, will open in The Side Bar, Monroe's Live, on Sunday February 28.
THAT DOUGHTY old warhorse, JM Synge's The Playboy Of The Western World, has just been given a rollicking musical makeover by Galway artists Justin McCarthy and Diarmuid de Faoite and it is being broadcast this Saturday on RTÉ Radio 1 at 8pm.
RTE’s Cathal Murray will return to his homeland of Athlone to host the 24th annual Samaritans Christmas Concert on December 10.
FOLLOWING THE success of its four night run at the recent Vodafone Comedy Carnival, the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh continues on Friday November 6 at 8.30pm with a headline set from Danny O’ Brien.
ACCLAIMED GALWAY folk/Americana trio The Whileaways, whose new album Saltwater Kisses is the RTÉ Radio 1 Album of the Week, will play in the Kai Café + Restaurant, Sea Road.
Mná Mná Music, the monthly event in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh has moved to Mondays, with the first installment taking place this evening at 8.30pm and featuring Stacey Nolan, Karen Alice Dunbar, and I Am Niamh!
The Late Late Toy Show is going on the road in search of the country’s best young performers to take part in the biggest night on Irish TV.
Three Fitzpatrick sisters from Cloonfad on the Mayo-Roscommon border were celebrating this week after all three of them gave birth to babies on the same day in Mayo General Hospital in Castlebar. The three sisters gave birth to one boy and two girls in a 14 hour period, with Mairead giving birth to Thomás Og at 3.25am, Jolene giving birth to the only girl, baby Sorcha, at 11am, and Bernie giving birth to baby Phelim at 8.30pm. Meanwhile a fourth sister Christina was also due to give birth this week.
My Fellow Sponges, the acclaimed Galway folk-prog/indie band, return to the Róísín Dubh tomorrow night at 9pm to launch their new single 'Air.'