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THE FEAST nights of metal, punk, and math-rock in the Róisín Dubh celebrat's its second anniversary with a show by the forward-thinking British post-rock trio Alright The Captain.
POLISH BLACK metal band Thy Worshiper and Cork Gaelic metallers Corr Mhóna will storm the stage of The Cellar underground for the Hexmas Bash this Saturday at 8.30pm.
GIRLS NAMES hail from Belfast but instead of describing themselves primarily as an Irish, Northern Irish, Ulster, or British band, they regarded themselves, first and foremost, as a European band.
SPANISH PUNK, alternative, noise band Betunizer will make their Irish debut when they play the next FEAST night, upstairs, at the Róisín Dubh, this Saturday at 9pm.
THE BRITISH invented heavy metal, and the genre begun by Black Sabbath and taken in myriad directions by later acts, will be represented by very different British and Irish bands in The Cellar this Saturday.
With just two days until Halloween night Finbar Hoban Presents will yet again be bringing you one of the best and largest Halloween fancy dress parties in Castlebar which will take place at the Garbo’s venue in Castlebar on October 31.
It was something of a red letter day at Kenny’s Gallery last Friday with the dual launch of a major new exhibition by sculptor John Behan, and a terrific book celebrating the artist, by NUIG’s Adrian Frazier, entitled John Behan: The Bull of Sheriff Street - The Life and Work of an Irish Sculptor and published by Lilliput Press.
One of Ireland’s great engineering feats in the 19th century was the building of the Galway - Clifden railway. After 30 years of argument as to which was the best route, the first train steamed out of Galway to Oughterard on January 1 1895; and the final section to Clifden was finished by July of that year.
DAVID BOWIE has long had a habit of dating the start of his career to 1969 and his hit single 'Space Oddity', conveniently airbrushing the first five years of his career completely out of history.
FREE MUSIC workshops for children, teenagers and adults will take place in the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street, on Culture Night, which takes place this Friday, and culminating in a free concert in the venue's galleries.