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FINTAN O'TOOLE of The Irish Times, City of Thorns author Ben Rawlence, and former Galway West TD, Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, are among the speakers for a new 'out of season' Galway International Arts Festival event.
IT HAS been a long time, but singer-songwriter Emmet Scanlan, and his band, What The Good Thought, make a very welcome return to Galway to play a show.
Galway International Arts Festival (GIAF) has announced the programme for its new Winter First Thought Talks discussion series, which will take place at NUI Galway later this month.
JOANNE MCNALLY, Ireland’s fastest rising comedy star, is coming to Galway, where she will perform her new show, Wine Tamer, in the Town Hall Theatre next weekend.
An honest and compelling account of embracing farm life, ‘The Cow Book’ by John Connell has become one of the most remarkable memoirs to come out of Ireland this year. As part the Burren Winterage Weekend, John Connell will read from his book tomorrow Friday October 26 between 3 and 4 pm at Gort Library. This event is supported by the Healthy Ireland at your Library initiative.
EMMA LOHAN, the Galway singer-songwriter, releases her debut album, Black Atlantic, today, in association with Citóg Records. The album features the singles 'Three Sparrows', 'Wander Free', 'Serekunda'.
THERE IS a lot of excitement about Dublin punk/garage/shoegaze band The Murder Capital right now, and Galway will get a chance to see why when the quintet play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh.
2018 HAS been a very good year for Delorentos, with their latest album, True Surrender, winning critical acclaim, and throughout this month and next they tour Ireland, taking in a show in Galway.
ROUGH MAGIC Theatre Company hit the Town Hall Theatre next week with Arthur Riordan’s vibrant version of James Joyce’s Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man. Stephen Dedalus's spiritual rebellion and restless search for artistic self-expression becomes a thrilling theatrical odyssey, which The Irish Times called a "fast-paced, fun and refreshingly unconventional".
In the great scheme of things, the increasing crisis of housing and accommodation in the State is a matter of far greater urgency and social consequence than the Blasphemy referendum.