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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.
"POIGNANT LYRICS, beautiful songs… a band worth falling in love with", is how BBC's Across The Line radio programme described Derry quartet PORTS, who are coming to Galway to play Monroe's Live this Sunday at 8pm.
“A CROSS between a DJ, a comedian, and a human sound-sample library," is how The Guardian described Beardyman. It could have also added front-rank improv artist and entertainer to that description of the man who plays the Vodafone Comedy Carnival next month.
GALWAY HAS become a regular point of pilgrimage for Alabama 3 who make a welcome return to the city to play an 'acoustic and unplugged' show at The Loft @ Seven, Bridge Street, on Friday October 2 at 10pm.
A MAJOR new exhibition of paintings by Galway artist Jim Kavanagh is currently running at Market Street Gallery, the former Connacht Tribune printworks, entitled As I See It –The Cosmological Sublime.
THE DAUGHTER of an exiled writer and comic from Iran, Shappi Khorsandi’s upbringing was in no way conventional, but what a story, and what comedy, she makes from it all, as this city will hear when she plays the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.