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The newly renovated Castlebar music venue, Garbo's, will be hosting this fantastic night of entertainment featuring Effigy, Ireland's tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival this evening, Friday, November 17. Admission is €10 and doors open at 9.30pm. With a mixture of swamp blues, kicking country, and rock 'n' roll, this is a show not to be missed.
Over the past few years, there has been a huge growth in the nail care and colour market. Interest in gel polish manicures continue to grow in popularity. Because of this, there are many opportunities available for professional, dedicated, qualified nail techicians, in the west of Ireland.
AFTER ZIGGY Stardust, The Gouster soul boy, and The Thin White Duke, where could Bowie possibly go next? The answer lay, not so much in the mask of a character, rather it lay in a location, one where Bowie could feel free to be, perhaps, a little more himself.
You’ve got the dress, now it’s time for the bag. From XXL embellishments to metallic textures, get ready for your next big night out with the top five clutch bags from Accessorize. Things are about to go glam.
THEY BASE all their songs on Arnold Swarzenegger movies and describe their sound as "Action adventure hardcore rock and roll". They are San Francisco metal/punk band Arnocorps.
THE 13TH annual Carrick Water Music Festival, staring July 12, and running for five days, will be headlined by the legendary Scottish folk-rock and roots band The Waterboys.
IT IS their first Galway gig in four years, and their debut gig at FEAST. Either way if you have not seen Belfast band Hornets before, this weekend provides you with the excuse to rectify that omission.
LOUGHREA MUSICAL Society presents the west of Ireland's premiere of Green Day’s American Idiot, the story of Will, Tunny, and Johnny who become disaffected by their media saturated suburban life and seek to flee their stifled lives.
POST-PUNK, "space neo-prog", and Galway punk/hardcore with a sense of divilment, are all on the cards when the next FEAST gig takes place at the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
NO STAIRWAY, the brilliant Galway tribute act to Led Zeppelin, featuring the flamboyant Steven Sharpe on vocals, play the main stage at Monroe’s Live on Friday March 10.