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DREAM POP with a hefty dose of Rory Gallagher and Hendrix influence have made British/Irish trio The Drink an exciting and critically acclaimed prospect, and Galway will see why this week.
Finbar Hoban Presents… welcomes Dublin alternative noise makers Girl Band to the Garbo’s venue in Castlebar on Saturday night January 23.
MATTHEW E WHITE, the Virginia singer-songwriter, whose blue eyed soul draws on the American South's Memphis and Stax soul traditions, as well as the songs of Randy Newman, returns to the Róisín Dubh.
LINDI ORTEGA calls herself a "crazy storm chasin', red lipstick, red boot wearin', guitar slinging, singer songwriter gal!" while The Guardian said her voice "bears comparison with country forebears Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn".
GRUMPY OLD men, bizarre love triangles, singers with stage fright, and American anti-capitalism will be the stuff of the cinema screen at The Galway Film Society's winter/spring 2016 season runs at the Town Hall Theatre from January 17 to March 20.
Ballinasloe native and accomplished journalist and author, Joe Joyce, has just released his latest work, Echowave, a gripping fiction based against the backdrop of the Second World War.
Cnoc Suain cultural retreat, which is located near An Spidéal in Connemara, has been shortlisted for a prestigious world award in Cultural Heritage. The World Responsible Tourism Award (WRTA) is presented to a ‘tourism attraction or experience that is designed to protect and promote the heritage of a community.’ Cnoc Suain founders and owners Dearbhaill Standún and Charlie Troy, offer cultural day experiences, events, and residential programmes for organised groups.
AT THE centre of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway, and located in the centre of the city, the Spiegeltent ‘Jean Louis’ in Eyre Square, promises to be a centre of laughter, hosting many of the festival's flagship events.
NO MATTER where you go, or who you meet, everyone loves to laugh, and if you can make them laugh, and tell them about life in a way that strikes them and makes them go 'That's exactly how it is', you can connect with anybody. It's what Shappi Khorsandi's comedy aspires to and achieves.
There's a host of entertainment to be had at the Tuar Ard centre in Moate during the rest of the month.