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WHEN VILLAGERS take to the stage of the Seapoint Ballroom in Salthill on Thursday March 14 at 8pm, it will be for one of the most anticipated gigs of the year.
VILLAGERS, THE band centred around singer-songwriter Conor J O’Brien, will release a new album and single next month and play a concert in Salthill in March.
IT BEGAN life in a rented farmhouse; the first to hear its songs were people going to concerts in Salthill in the late eighties and early nineties; and almost quarter of a century later it remained one of the best loved Irish albums.
TOMMY TIERNAN will join Dylan Moran, Joanna Lumley, Omid Djalili, and Caroline Quentin in this year’s run of Sky 1’s excellent short comedy-drama series Little Crackers.
COMBINING CLASSICAL, jazz, rock, blues, and folk is usually referred to as prog rock, eg, Yes, ELP, King Crimson, etc, but sadly that style of music has got a bad name. Hence a new approach - Groove Theory.
FOUR OF Galway city’s secondary schools will join the Irish Chamber Orchestra for a concert featuring music by Philip Glass and Schubert.
TRYING TO write about jazz is a bit like trying to paint Connemara. The subjects are so elusive that to describe it conclusively is nigh near impossible and the writer or artist is reduced to focusing on an individual moment that most responds to or echoes their personal or artistic talent.
THE BABORÓ International Arts Festival for Children was launched at a reception in the House Hotel on Monday afternoon. The festival runs from October 15 to 21 and features myriad magical and exciting shows and events from home and abroad.
HE ONCE entitled one of his shows 41st Best Stand Up Ever after filling that ranking in a Channel 4 TV poll but Stewart Lee is undoubtedly one of the sharpest comedians in the business.
Saturday Night Live and theatre shows for children might seem to be at the opposite ends of the performance spectrum - can you picture what Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi might have come up with in front of youngsters? - yet they spring from the same performance philosophies and ideas developed in Illinois in the 1920s.