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A NEW monthly jazz night, Killer Joe’s Jazz Club, presented by The Galway Jazz Quartet, will open in The Side Bar, Monroe's Live, on Sunday February 28.
LEADING TRAD musicians from Inishbofin will take to the stage of Monroe's Live for the annual 'Off The Rock Fundraiser', to raise funds for the development of amenities and initiatives for the Connemara island.
TEDFEST, the annual celebration of Father Ted, comes to Galway from Monday February 22 to Wednesday 24, and this year the highlight will be stand-up comedy from Joe Rooney (Fr Damo), Michael Redmond (Fr Stone), and Patrick McDonnell (Eoin McLove).
Marc Roberts is appearing at Westport Town Hall Theatre this coming Sunday, February 14 with his show The Music of John Denver, This show offers a perfect end to your Valentine’s night after visiting some of the wonderful restaurants in town. In 1997 Marc Roberts came to international prominence when he represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest coming in at a credible second place with “Mysterious Woman”. Marc’s first self-titled album was released and he has released five albums including his current album A Tribute to the Music of John Denver which went to number one in the country iTunes Charts.
Eddi Reader, one of popular music’s most thrilling and affecting performers, returns to the Town Hall Theatre next month. Having first hit the limelight in the 1980s with Fairground Attraction, Reader’s subsequent solo albums, most recently 2014’s warm and deeply personal Vagabond, have cemented her image as a powerful figure in British music with beautifully raw vocals and an unparalleled romanticism.
The ever popular and award winning Claremorris Musical Society is all set to tread the boards as cast and crew get ready to raise the anchor on their 10th annual production, Anything Goes.
ASIF KAPADIA, the director of Amy, the critically and commercially successful documentary on the life of singer Amy Winehouse, will attend Talking Documentary, the Galway Film Centre’s annual Film and TV seminar.
LINDI ORTEGA calls herself a "crazy storm chasin', red lipstick, red boot wearin', guitar slinging, singer songwriter gal!" while The Guardian said her voice "bears comparison with country forebears Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn".
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.