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THE TRIBAL Chamber Choir, a new choir from Mark Keane, is holding auditions for all voice parts this January.
Amid all the doom and gloom of late, an evening of hilarious comedy with the one and only Jon Kenny is just what the doctor ordered! The Limerick comedian will perform at Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet, on Friday December 5 at 8.30pm. Touring Ireland with his fantastic new show, Kenny’s Back to Front is a hilarious critique of contemporary Ireland, hugely inspired by small-town Ireland and its rich crop of characters. In this exhilarating performance, Kenny presents us with his side-splitting observations and characters. With an astute eye for the ridiculous in modern life, Kenny takes no prisoners and delights in emphasising the hilarity in everyday life.
The jury in the trial of the man accused of murdering Kilbeggan horse trader Christy Hanley has heard how the pensioner was found dead in his home having been tied up and beaten.
Shayne Ward returns to Castlebar for a concert on December 29 Shayne had the privilege of being the first major act to perform in the brand-new, state of the art Royal Theatre. Just a few short weeks after that extremely successful appearance, another show was confirmed for the hugely popular winner of the X-Factor. Shayne won that huge competition in 2005
Local business, Nellie’s farmshop is one of the best establishments where quality grown local produce in Kilkenny are sold.
This year’s Tedfest will take place on Inis Mór twice following an unprecedented demand for tickets to the weekend event.
This is the last weekend for Ballyhaunis shoppers to avail of the Shop Local loyalty reward scheme.
TWO STARS of Fr Ted will perform in The Comedy Club in Cuba* tomorrow, when Patrick McDonnell and Tommy Tiernan take to the stage.
One Stop Travel is offering a range of exciting coach tours this year, with tours of the UK and Europe to suit a whole range of interests.
FATHER TED ran from 1995 to 1998 but more than a decade after both the show ended and the tragically early passing of the great Dermot Morgan, it still holds a vice like grip on the Irish psyche.