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THE GREAT Jack L, the Irish vocalist, of whom The Los Angeles Times declared "What a voice…what a performer!’’ brings his award winning show Magic Days to the Town Hall Theatre.
FRANCESCO TURRISI, a leading voice in the European jazz/improv for more than 20 years, will make his Galway debut when he plays The Mick Lally Theatre for Piano Day 2018.
This pub was one of Salthill’s landmarks for over a century. It was a post office originally until Joe Crehan from Ballinasloe bought it at the end of the 19th century and converted it into a pub, grocery, and guest house. The name Ballinasloe House was quickly shortened in Salthill to ‘The Bal’. At the time Salthill village ran from here to Seapoint with a few houses further west.
Come the next General Election, could Noel Grealish be in danger of losing his seat? The answer is yes, but ONLY if Fianna Fáil gets its act together and learns a valuable lesson from the 'auld enemy' - Fine Gael.
"THE EXPERIENCE of live music is everything. It’s the ultimate form of communication, moving us into dimensions that language cannot reach. A word is not a sentence, but a note can be an entire story.”
HIS MUSIC has been called "rumbling, brooding, powerful, magnetic" by The Irish Times, and "dynamic and wide ranging" by Chordblossom, while BBC Radio 1's Phil Taggart said "it makes you glad to have a pair of working ears".
ACTIVIST, JOURNALIST, author, social justice campaigner, and briefly a Stormont MLA, Eamonn McCann has long been an outspoken and independent voice in Irish politics and society.
After two sell-out performances in 2015 and 2017, the Three Irish Tenors return to Westport Town Hall Theatre this Saturday at 8pm.
ALISON SPITTLE, one of the most popular of a new generation of Irish comedians is, as well as being very funny, also a terrible worrier. She worries so much she's decided to do a show about it. Now she's worried about making it a good show.
If the pre-Christmas fear that we would have a general election achieved nothing else, it did flush a few Dáil hopefuls out into the public domain, resulting in a bit of competitive electioneering, particularly from two of the city's more testosterone loaded FF hopefuls.