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Kae Tempest - live at the Róisín Dubh

Mon, Jan 17, 2022

Kae Tempest.

KAE TEMPEST, the award winning poet, spoken word artist, and Sunday Times bestselling author releases a new album in April, the same month they play the Róisín Dubh.

Kae Tempest plays the Dominick Street venue on Saturday April 30 at 8pm. Their new album, The Line Is A Curve, comes out on April 8, and features the recent single, ‘More Pressure’ with Brockhampton’s Kevin Abstract.

The artist has described the album as being about “letting go of shame, anxiety, isolation, and falling instead into surrender. Embracing the cyclical nature of time, growth, love.”


Planning application for apartments and retail development at Corrib Great Southern site expected in Spring

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What's on in Galway

Bob Vylan - the ‘too extreme’ duo promoting ‘essential discussion’

Bob Vylan.

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Galway United defeated Finn Harps.

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[COMPETITION NOW CLOSED] | WIN a free NUI Galway short online course this October!

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MathWorks Ireland celebrates fifth anniversary in Galway

MathWorks Ireland, whose offices first opened in late 2016 in Galway City Centre, are proud to celebrate their fifth anniversary in Ireland. Located in CityPoint in the heart of Galway, MathWorks Ireland’s office is the shared sales and ...


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