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THE EYE Cinema in Wellpark will be screening Westlife’s final concert, live via satellite, from Croke Park, this Saturday at 8.30pm.
Forget Westlife, Boyzone, or even One Direction, and make way for the new kids on the block, a group of NUI Galway students who have donned the obligatory matching white outfits, plastered the cheesy grins, and brought their dodgy syncronised dance moves not just to the campus grounds, but to the streets of Galway, and to a YouTube audience all in aid of a very worthy cause.
NEW IRISH girlband Wonderland are coming to Galway where they will do an in-store appearance in HMV, Edward Square, on Wednesday at 1pm.
One Year On Jedward’s first Anniversary Tour — You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet — is set to hit the Hub venue at Cillin Hill on April 4.
They took the UK and Ireland by storm when they became Louis Walsh’s favourite double act on the X Factor and have since defied all odds to become a brand onto themselves. With trademark hair styles and their quirky personalities the Irish twins have even captured the hearts of their toughest critics.
During 2009, more 9,000 calls were answered by the 25 volunteers and 11 trainees at the Childline office in Castlebar, which was only established in March of that year.
This year Westlife are helping the ISPCC’s Childline service to launch it’s “Who’s Calling” awareness initiative, the aim of which is to highlight the difficulties with which Ireland’s children are contacting the society. Young people are able to contact the service for a wide range of reasons; 63 per cent of calls from children were about their personal life. This can cover a lot of topics such as school, bereavement, and mental health issues. Childline is accessible to all children and young people throughout Mayo and Ireland. The ISPCC’s staff call to various schools throughout the county making as many as possible aware of the service, and indeed the various means of accessing it.
Everyone gets a gig during race week. For those who want it, and even for those who don't' - there's always an opportunity to turn a few tricks. A trick here, a trick there. It's as if the world will end come Sunday and a great opportunity to make money will have been lost. And long may it continue. Whether it's lucky Biros outside the races, or bands —any band worth its salt never sees a pillow all Race Week. A trick here, a trick there. B and B. Clear the back room, Bridie, get out the auld duvet. Crank up the toaster...Roll them in, kerrching. Ten thousand gallons of carrot juice. Sprayers attached to the hoses...line up ladies, close those eyes, it's tanning time...kerrching...beer garden, beer streets more like — plastic beakers...no washing up, thanks guard for that one —kerrching. A trick here, a trick there.
US super group The Eagles are set to be the latest big name to rock Galway this summer.
Fancy following in the steps of Westlife and Boyzone? The time is ripe for a new boy band to inject energy into the music business, and talented young men from across the Midlands are being sought to try out for this exciting opportunity.