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Castlebar Musical and Dramatic Society will present Conor McPherson’s award winning Irish play The Weir in the Town Hall Theatre Westport on June 13 and 14 and in the Linenhall Arts Centre on June 18 and 19.
HE HAS often been controversial, he has often been provocative, he is always challenging. He is Reginald D Hunter, the comedian who, according to The Times, is always "going for broke, flying in the face of received opinion in a way that is simply exhilarating".
British motoring journalists followed their Irish counterparts by voting the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class the UK Car of the Year Awards 2017.
"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 very naughty bits of a man.
Clare Island Lighthouse has been named Europe’s Best Coastal Boutique Hotel at the World Boutique Hotel Awards.
IN FEBRUARY 2015, three British-Muslim teenagers, Shamima Begum, Amira Abase (both 15), and Kadiza Sultana (16), ran away from their homes in Bethnal Green, east London, to join ISIS in Syria and become 'jihadi brides'. The incident prompted inevitable questions about the nature of Islam and accusations that extremist tendencies and behavior are endemic within the religion.
IT HAS been called "circus without a condom" by The Telegraph, "blood thirsty and burlesque" by The Independent, and "a bloody great night out" by The Times. This is Welcome To The Carnevil - The Circus Of Horrors 21st Anniversary Tour, which comes to The Black Box Theatre on Monday May 30 at 8pm.
WHEN LEGENDARY jazz-fusion pianist Chick Corea calls anyone "a creative genius", it is a good reason to pay attention. Add a string of awards, rave reviews, and collaborations with leading jazz players, and suddenly Gwylim Simcocks becomes a 'must see' musician.