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ONE OF the most acclaimed Irish shows of recent years makes a welcome visit to the Town Hall from Thursday June 13 to Saturday 15 at 8pm.
Mullingar has produced some fine performing talent to date, and Emmet Cahill (22) is a man whose time has certainly come!
Last Friday, September 21, Commander Bill King passed away surrounded by his adoring family at Oranmore Castle, aged 102 years. It is often said that a man was a legend in his life time, but no man truly deserved that accolade more than the late commander.
AN IRISHWOMAN, an American, and a Tasmanian will join forces at The Crane Bar, Sea Road, for the Take Three Girls gig on Saturday at 6.30pm.
Next month will see The Saw Doctors travelling to Australia for their first time in 17 years and the band is calling on Irish backpackers as well as the Australian-Irish community to come out in force and support the band.
To mark the final in our short series of Cases Wine Warehouse wine columns, we are finishing in style by covering that most celebratory of drinks — champagne, or sparkling wine. Bubbly used to be for very special occasions but now, thanks to the great value on offer from all over the world, it is for any special occasion! Bubbles in wine bring celebrations to life. They bring an immediate sense of occasion to any event. Sparkling wines are the wine world’s way of saying “thank you”, “well done”, “congratulations”, “let the show go on”, or “it’s Friday!”.
ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL may be named after a type of cricket test-match but none of the members of this Irish band is actually interested in cricket.
DESPITE BEING named after a type of cricket match, none of the members of the highly promising Irish band One Day International is actually interested in cricket.
The programme for this year’s Carlsberg Cat Laughs Comedy festival was launched in Kilkenny this week.
Tunde Toth has won a prestigious bursary for her paper and fibre artworks.