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THE LIGHTS will be low, but the spirits are sure to be high, as leading burlesque performers hit the stage of the Róisín Dubh for another night of naughtiness, decadence, and glamour at The Dirty Circus.
While most people think of dolls as mass-produced Barbie-type artefacts, the creations of Kinvara based dollmaker Helga Pikal are of an entirely different order. Her hand-made, lovingly crafted, dolls present an array of vividly realised characters from world myth and folklore, as well as famous singers and musicians like Keith Richards and Willie Nelson.
Spring Awakening in Castlebar
BE IT on the State's coat of arms, the presidential flag, the back of an Irish euro coin, or the side of a Guinness pint glass, the harp is the undisputed symbol of Ireland, a position it has enjoyed since mediaeval times.
A GATHERING of some of the Ireland's leading electronica/indie acts in the Róísín Dubh next week is likely to be a highlight of Once Upon A Time Back The West, Galway's West End's celebration of live music, comedy and club culture.
IRISH COUNTRY singer-songwriter Derek Ryan has just released his new single, ‘Down On His Uppers’, and will play the Town Hall Theatre this month.
THERE IS an enormous amount of hype around this LA quartet at the moment, Dave Grohl, Elton John, and Ryan Adams - who produced this, the band's debut - have raved about them, along with many music journos.
SINGER-SONGWRITERS Kiernan McMullan and Aaron Shanley, who are currently touring Ireland, play an intimate gig in The Secret Garden café, William Street West, on Sunday January 14.
The incomparable Frankie Gavin was recently announced as the winner of the prestigious TG4 2018 Gradam Ceoil Traditional Musician of the Year Award - an accolade that marks the culmination of an eventful year for Gavin, and the Gradam Ceoil gala concert and award ceremony in Belfast next February, is an early highlight in a year that also promises much.
COMEDY, FASHION, music, and politics - including a guest appearance from Wyvern Lingo's Caoimhe Barry - combine at the Repeal Party in the Róisín Dubh, with all proceeds going to the Abortion Rights Campaign.