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"A NIGERIAN, a Corkonian, and a Human Woman walk into a bar..." This is not the start of a joke. It is a partial description of who is playing the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow.
Caithriona King spent ages perfecting her drawing of the Liam McCarthy Cup. She included all the details, such as the Celtic design, on the coveted trophy for the All Ireland Hurling Championship winners.
A celebration of Ireland’s best gin and cheese will be one of the highlights of this year’s Burren Slow Food Festival, which will take place in Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare, this May.
INSPIRED BY the poet WB Yeats and the artist Patrick Scott, Bastard Amber, a dance production by the acclaimed Liz Roche Company, makes its Galway debut at the Town Hall Theatre next week.
It only seems like yesterday that rural Ireland was standing up to the Dublin 4 diktat. Luke 'Ming' Flanagan was in the Dáil and the Turf Cutters and Contractors Association was waging a crusade which took rural areas by storm. Ming and Michael Fitzmaurice, backed by an able backroom team, were uniting people against the over-centralised Irish State and its masters in Brussels and Berlin.
AHEAD OF his appearance at next month's Vodafone Comedy Carnival, there is a chance to catch Danny O’Brien up close and personal at the Róisín Dubh comedy Clubh tomorrow from 8.30pm.
OPERA THEATRE Company comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 23 at 8pm, with an exciting double bill of short works, Poulenc’s The Human Voice and Wolf Ferrari’s Susanna’s Secret.