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'Furniture is not sentimental. You can love it, but it won't remember who you are.'
After four years of trying to lock him down for a date to perform in Westport Town Hall, Irish actor-writer Mikel Murfi finally brings his enormously big-hearted and ridiculously energetic one-man show “The Man in The Woman’s Shoes” to Westport on January 16 and 17.
DOMINIC HOLLAND has been called "the UK’s master of observational comedy" by The Sunday Times and "a top notch stand-up who everyone should see" by The Daily Telegraph.
Students studying at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) are among the most satisfied in Ireland, according to The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019 released at the weekend. The Good University Guide, now in its 17th year, is Ireland’s only league table ranking the country’s 21 higher education institutes against one another.
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.
POETRY SLAMS are common and there are always opportunities for poets to read their work aloud. Not so for fiction writers, which is why the annual Over The Edge Fiction Slam is such a welcome event.
BRIAN DEADY has been declared Ireland's "soul star" by The Irish Times; "our favourite act in Ireland” by Nile Rodgers of Chic; while The Guardian has called his music "stirring blues and gospel".
MY WORLD, an exhibition of photographs and paintings by the acclaimed Irish based, Belgian photographer, Nutan, opens today [August 23] at 7.30pm in The Courthouse Gallery, Kinvara.
Galway International Arts Festival and NUI Galway have announced the signing of a new multi-year partnership, which will see one of Ireland’s leading cultural organisations, and the Sunday Times University of the Year 2018 working on a series of initiatives designed to "inspire cultural and creative opportunities for students".
KEVIN GILDEA is one of the most important figures in Irish comedy, having been in the pioneering sketch group Mr Trellis, with Barry Murphy and Ardal O' Hanlon, with whom he also co-founded The Comedy Cellar, Dublin's longest-running comedy club.