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An evening with The Redneck Manifesto

Finbar Hoban Presents an evening with The Redneck Manifesto live at The Velvet Lounge in the TF Royal Theatre this November 23 for what promises to be a great night of music from one of Ireland's most notable instrumental bands. Tickets will cost €10 and will be available on the night.

An evening with The Redneck Manifesto

Finbar Hoban Presents an evening with The Redneck Manifesto live at The Velvet Lounge in the TF Royal Theatre this November 23 for what promises to be a great night of music from one of Ireland's most notable instrumental bands. Tickets will cost €10 and will be available on the night.

Raise the roof for Trócaire

Local woman Teresa Beirne is planning a toe tapping trad music session in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, today (Friday) at 8pm as part of national Trad for Trócaire week.

Spraoi na Sráide

A fun day will be held in the Straide Parish field on Sunday August 28.

Enjoy summer at Shines

Robert and Eilish are pleased to be entering their third year at Shines Bar and restaurant, Baylough.

News from the Village GAA Club

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Senior hurling:

Enjoy a Celtic celebration tonight

AS PART of the St Patrick’s Day celebrations this year, Club Árus na nGael, 45 Dominick Street, is hosting a Celtic night tonight from 9pm.

The Village Notes

So what if our Brian likes his pint, a fag, and a singsong that lasts into the early hours. Nothing criminal in any of that, in fact it just makes him like many of the rest of us. The question is would we be more relieved if Brian was tucked in with his blankie and teddy before 12 o’clock every night? Not at all. In fact I have always distrusted those who can leave an early morning singsong when it’s still in full swing, they’re a bit too disciplined, self obsessed, and single minded for my liking. Yes Brian sounded a bit hoarse but he wasn’t incoherent or blotto, in fact his answers were typically political: woolly, vague, and saying very little, but sure what’s unusual about that?

Gaeilge, craic agus ceol in heart of Connemara

Located in the heart of the true Connemara Gaeltacht in Ceantar na nOileán, 35 miles west of Galway city, Coláiste na nOileán promises plenty of ceoil agus craic this summer.

The Redneck Manifesto

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