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GRUMPY OLD men, bizarre love triangles, singers with stage fright, and American anti-capitalism will be the stuff of the cinema screen at The Galway Film Society's winter/spring 2016 season runs at the Town Hall Theatre from January 17 to March 20.
An entertaining January 2016 lies ahead at Roscommon Arts Centre as the new season of events kicks off. The latest programme is filled to the brim with exciting theatre, music, and comedy.
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Achill based singer Graham Sweeney is an innovative and creative young Mayo singer-songwriter who has released a charity single to raise much needed funds for Galway Hospice. The moving song is a tribute to his dear friend Joan Egan, who sadly passed away earlier this year at the Galway Hospice following a battle with Motor Neurone Disease. Graham’s new single “I Am” aims to raise much needed funds and awareness for the Galway Hospice, and all proceeds from this special track will be donated to this worthy foundation. The single is available to download for just 99c on iTunes, Google Play, and a host of other download sites.
In sport when your team cross that white line, the amount you can do for them is reduced by about 90 per cent. Months and nights of training, in all kinds of weather, to prepare them for all eventualities puts your desires at the centre of theirs, but once they cross that white line, once the whistle blows, you can only but hope that what has been said to them and drilled into them will be retained so that it becomes instinctive. In that regard, you want those teams who represent you to be bright, intelligent, to be able to retain the importance of what you have stressed, and to use it when most opportune.
SOPHIE COYLE, "a natural talent and someone I wouldn't hesitate to recommend others to go and see", according to the Scotland's Libertine Bar Review, plays the next Mná Mná Music night at the Róisín Dubh.
EDITH PIAF was born 100 years ago this year in the Belleville neighbourhood of Paris, and although she died more than half a century ago, her songs and her remarkable voice will never perish.
Sheridan's Winebar is located on the lovely St Nicholas’s Church square in the centre of the city where the famous Galway market is held every Saturday. Having launched their cheesemongers more than 20 years ago, Kevin and Seamus Sheridan have added this wine bar above the cheese shop and overlooking the church. This is where you will find the chefs of the city on their day off and it is a social hub for the market traders. If you are observant you may see the ladies on the organic vegetable stall across from the entrance keeping warm with a glass of red in the winter, or cooling off with something sparkling on a hot day.
Glasgow, 1985, a Scotland enduring high emigration and the ravages of Thatcherism, but there still manages to be a thriving and creative music scene in the city, and it is there that songwriter Ricky Ross and singer Lorraine McIntosh form a band named after a key song on Steely Dan's 1977 album Aja.
JOHN GRANT, whose Big Top concert was the undoubted highlight of last summer's Galway International Arts Festival, returns to Galway in the New Year, playing the Seapoint Ballroom on Saturday January 30 at 8pm.