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AUSTRALIA'S FAVOURITE skinny man and purple puppet, Sammy J & Randy, are heading to Galway armed with nothing but a keyboard and a suitcase full of songs, plus undies, toothpaste, and international adaptor plugs, but mostly, songs.
UNTIL APRIL - the indie/electro collaboration between vocalist David Owens drummer Alan Walsh - play The Loft at Seven, Bridge Street, on Saturday, in one of their final Irish shows ahead of their European tour.
YOU MIGHT know Eric Lalor as Fair City bad guy Cathal Spillane, but the Dubliner is also a very fine comedian who headlines the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow at 8.30pm.
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.
GALLANT it was not. Neither was it dashing. Even less was it sophisticated, but in spite of all that, Tiffany Stevenson admits that Galway was where she was treated to "the best chat-up line I've ever heard".
"A GIN and orange, a lemon squash, and a scotch and water please!" Ordering this at Faulty Towers may require you to repeat it numerous times, increasingly in a raised voice, and at risk from assault by the hotel manager, and when it comes to dinner, don't forget - Duck's off!
AFTER ITS successful opening night last week, the second instalment of the The Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh returns this Friday, with two stalwarts of the Irish comedy scene - Alison Spittle and Edwin Sammon.
WHEN A performer's raison d'être is creating on the spot rap songs inspired by audience suggestions, that performer needs the crowd to be able to come with something fresh, something the performer can really get stuck into, and something that will inspire humour filled rhymes.