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South and The Lion’s Mane play pre-tour warm-up gig

Two of Kilkenny’s most popular upcoming bands The Lion’s Mane and South will take to the stage in Cleere’s Theatre this Saturday, for a warm-up gig before the official launch of their individual debut albums, in Whelan’s (Dublin) on July 31.

Oil, gas, protests, and debate

FOR MORE than 50 years, communities along the Niger Delta have protested against oil extraction in the region. Their stories, as well as those of younger, more militantly minded protesters, will be told in the documentary Sweet Crude.

Funny citizen on patrol as Police Academy’s Michael Winslow comes to Galway

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ONE OF the most successful comedy film franchises during the 1980s was Police Academy. In 1984 Messrs Mahoney, Hightower, Tackleberry and Jones were a group of misfits who unwittingly found themselves recruited as trainee US police officers.

Multi-instrumentalist Drew De Four hits the Midlands this weekend

With over a 1,000 live performances to date, Drew De Four is a 6ft 7 inches Belgian-American, singer-songwriter, dueling pianist, actor, and multi-instrumentalist.

Jenny Huston on why Irish rock is In Bloom

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THE IRISH rock, indie, and singer-songwriter scene has never been healthier or more vibrant yet there is still a feeling that many of our best bands are still ‘local heroes’.

Low to strike up a cord in St Canice’s Cathedral

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If you are looking to venture towards something different on the music scene at this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival - maybe Low from the ‘Wired’ programme might just be the sauce for you.

Enjoy a feast of free events on Galway Culture Night

Galway Culture Night takes place on Friday September 25 with a host of free musical, literary, and arts events taking place throughout the city.


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