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James Kilbane invites you to join him for an evening sing along of Irish song, culture, and tradition every Thursday from August 3 for the months of August and September at the Plaza Hotel, Westport, starting at 9pm. In 2003 Phil Coulter considered Kilbane, “A diamond in the rough” and now James is a well known singer at home and abroad.
It has been some year for JBM Merit — not alone are the company experiencing a spur in growth providing intelligent epos solutions to some of the world’s top retailers, but these efforts have been recognised by their peers in the industry.
FREDDIE MERCURY once sang 'I love to ride my bicycle, I love to ride my bike', while Luke Bloom encouraged listeners to, 'Ah go on, get up on your bike!' - and Galwegians will have the chance to do this for charity this summer.
DO YOU fancy the idea of singing along - unashamed, out loud, and proud - in the company, and reputation saving safety, of others, to some of the most deliciously cringe-worthy songs known to humanity?
THE THREE Tenors, whose concerts have been called "fabulous, high-calibre...soulful" by the Sunday Independent, and a "knockout’’ by the New York Times, return to Galway this month.
Singer Sean Keane will bring his highly successful show Christmas by the Hearth to Roscommon Arts Centre on December 8 at 8pm. Sean will be joined on stage by Fergus Feely, Pat Coyne, Stephen Doherty, and David Doocey.
The Holy Trinity Church, Newport Road, Westport will hold a fundraising concert night with country gospel singer James Kilbane on Friday October 21 at 8pm. This concert is in support of the church's local fundraising efforts which is being undertaken to cover costs and pay for restoration work to the Holy Trinity building.
AD HOC choir will host a series of voice workshops, entitled Free Your Voice, with classes taking place in the GTI, Fr Griffin Road, and in the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street.
THE GALWAY Sings Project Choir is seeking new members for the upcoming term and is open to those who want to sing in a group, sing in public, learn how to sing in harmony, or who want to try something different.
Do you want to join the NUI Galway Virtual Alumni Choir? In a first for NUI Galway and universities everywhere, the University is are calling on its graduates to get singing.