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August 10 is a date for the diary as Joe Rooney makes a welcome return to the Prince of Wales Hotel Athlone.
"Never use schmuck lightly, or in the presence of women and children," wrote Leo Rosten in his book, The Joys of Yiddish. Why, because it is a very naughty word for the naughty bits of a man.
Among the many exciting writers heading to Galway for this year’s Cúirt is award-winning Canadian author Miriam Toews whose latest novel, All My Puny Sorrows, has garnered rave reviews and figured prominently in many ‘books of the year’ lists.
YOU READ the headline, now don't disappoint the Limerick comedian, do turn up to his show at the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow at 8.30pm.
BRIAN DEADY has been declared Ireland's "new soul star," by The Irish Times and "our favourite act in Ireland” by no less a legend than Nile Rodgers of Chic. Clearly this is an artist on the rise.
Continuing the tradition of its predecessors, the new Mazda MX-5 racked up another nine awards in 2016, including several in Europe. Launched in summer, the new edition of the roadster has now won more than 15 prizes.
CTRL+ALT+DELAMERE, the new show by one of Ireland's best loved comedians, Neil Delamere, comes to Galway city and county for two performances in 2016.
GIRLS NAMES hail from Belfast but instead of describing themselves primarily as an Irish, Northern Irish, Ulster, or British band, they regarded themselves, first and foremost, as a European band.
JOE ROONEY, who has achieved near legendary status for his roles in Father Ted, Killinascully, Spooky Stakeout, RiRa, and BBC's Roy, plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh this Friday, November 13.
EDITH PIAF was born 100 years ago this year in the Belleville neighbourhood of Paris, and although she died more than half a century ago, her songs and her remarkable voice will never perish.