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The Cemetery Club opens this Friday

Harry Smith’s wonderful new play The Cemetery Club opens on Friday in the Little Theatre.

A young person’s view on teenage reality

LOTUS: A Play in Four Acts, written, produced, and directed by Rosa Jones, and featuring young Galway actors, will be performed in the Nuns Island Theatre this Saturday and Sunday at 8pm.

Are There More Of You?

THE ESTEEMED English actress Alison Skilbeck is bringing her widely-acclaimed one-woman show, Are There More of You? to the Town Hall Theatre for two nights only next week.

Are There More Of You?

THE ESTEEMED English actress Alison Skilbeck is bringing her widely-acclaimed one-woman show, Are There More of You? to the Town Hall Theatre for two nights only next week.

Mayo drivers put the foot down in Sligo

Donegal driver Declan Boyle and his cousin Brian increased their stranglehold on this year's Dunlop National Rally Championship by taking their Subaru Impreza to their fourth win from five rounds on the Sligo Park Hotel Stages Rally. They were the clear winners, finishing more than a minute ahead of Niall Maguire and co-driver Enda Sherry despite the rally being shortened from nine stages to six when the extreme heat caused problems with the road surface in places.

‘A situation only interests me when it becomes very fraught’

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AMONG THE many exciting authors making their way to Galway for next month’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature, is the much-praised American fiction writer Ben Marcus.

Moy Davitts take to the small screen

There will be plenty of excitement building through the towns and villages from Bohola to Foxford and all the townlands in between with the news that Moy Davitts will take part in the new series of Celebrity Banisteoir.

Start your weekend with Buck Taylor in Bar Ritz

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There’s only one place to be this Friday night if you want to get your weekend off to a rocking start and that’s Bar Ritz, Main Street, Castlebar, where legendary soul sensation Buck Taylor will be taking to the stage. The Kentucky native has made his name as one of the best soul and Motown singers around, and he will be bringing his own version of the sound of young America live on stage in Bar Ritz. Buck’s new album Sweet Soul Music, is a 13 song journey through the history of R’n’B and soul music, with song like Sam and Dave’s “Soul Man”, Al Green’s “Let’s stay together”, and Jackie Wilson’s “Higher and Higher” all taking centre stage on the album. If Buck is not your cup of tea, then Saturday night’s acoustic session with Linda and Conor in Bar Ritz may be just what you are looking for instead.

The Rat Pack are back

Iconic stars of Hollywood’s golden age mingle freely on the stage in Of All The Bars, the exciting and innovative new play from Banana Moon productions which arrives in Kilkenny this weekend.

Hollywood’s golden age on the Castlecomer stage

Some of Hollywood’s most enduring icons of days gone by will tread the boards in Castlecomer this weekend, as local author Neville Thompson’s play ‘Of All the Bars’ debuts.

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