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Hi, I'm Paul David Murphy and I'm from Ballinrobe, County Mayo but and I live and work in Galway city centre. I've embraced the city with both hands since I moved here in 2009 and I love it. For the last number of years, I've been heavily involved in the Arts and Events scene and I've worked at almost every event and Festival in City. Last September I set up Tiny Traders Village, which is the new Saturday market on Dominick Street and I'm glad to say it's going really well. Aside from running this I also work freelance in the Events industry and in hospitality. I also am a semi-professional stand up comedian and I'm just back from a second UK tour with Internet sensations and fellow Galwegians Farmer Michael and Kathleen. I've been unofficially labelled the "busiest man in Galway" by some due to my involvement in "everything" around the town. I absolutely love Galway and I genuinely think its one of the best places to live in the World. Bring on the summer.
THE ONLINE sensation, the published author of two short story collections, the acclaimed stand-up, the Twitter addicted scourge of Donald Trump supporters - Limmy is all of these things.
HE HAS performed with a monkey he keeps in a suitcase, he is known to have a rubber duck about his person, his comedy rarely involves him uttering a word. Perhaps because he has Cats In My Mouth.
Danny O’Brien — live in Castlebar tonight
MARIO ROSENSTOCK is intent on getting In Your Face! when he takes his new show of the same title around Ireland this month, including a date at Leisureland, Salthill.
With the long Easter weekend ahead and many motorists taking to the road for a getaway, a survey by mobility solutions specialist easytrip, Ireland’s only electronic parking and tolling tag provider, has revealed the top five most popular scenic drive route in Ireland.
THE CAMEMBERT Quartet, The Late Late Show's house band, are taking a break from the RTÉ studios, and heading to Galway to play Monroe's Live.
Colorado choir to sing with Castlebar students
Local scientists and science enthusiasts will battle it out this evening (Thursday) for a place in the national final of FAMELAB, the largest science communication competition in the world. The regional heat will take place at 7pm tonight at An Taibhdhearc in Galway and the event is free to attend.
IT'S CALLED the 'No Pants' party, but this is not an invitation to turn up with no trousers on to the next Dirty Circus at the Róisín Dubh. It just means you had better have a good excuse to justify whatever will be covering your legs on the night!