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Watch out for the Cúirt Poetry Walls

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ARTISTIC INTERPRETATIONS of work by Irvine Welsh, Philip Larkin, Dermot Healy, and Nikola Madzirov can be seen on Hertridge's Butchers, Lombard Street; the sides of buildings on Bowling Green; and in Newtownsmith carpark.

Tree planting to mark thirty years of Cúirt

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THE CÚIRT International Festival of Literature celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and one of the events to mark this milestone will be a tree planting ceremony.

The Canadians are coming to Cúirt

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A HOST of leading Canadian authors, such as Dionne Brand, Lawrence Hill, and DW Wilson, will be in Galway for the Cúirt International Festival of Literature.

Cúirt Grand Slam deadline approaches

THE DEADLINE for submissions to take part in the Cúirt Grand Slam 2013 is this Monday, April 8.

Cúirt festival to be opened by Garry Hynes on Tuesday

The end of April will see books, readings, writers, prose, poetry, and theatre celebrated and enjoyed throughout the city when the Cúirt festival begins next week.

Cúirt festival to be launched next week

Paul Murray, author of the acclaimed novel Skippy Dies, the English poet Simon Armitage, rapper Buck 65, and the Booker winning Irish author Anne Enright are all coming to Galway for Cúirt.

Pierre Bensusan - guitar master

MASTER GUITARIST Pierre Bensusan, described by the LA Times as “one of the most unique and brilliant” acoustic guitarists in the world, plays Galway next month.

Two gigs not not miss in 2009

THERE ARE so many gigs to look forward to in 2009 - Greg Dulli & Mark Lanegan, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip, Arlo Guthrie, Eddie Reader, Amusement Parks On Fire - but if I have to pick two that I’m most excited about it’s Crystal Antlers and Pierre Bensusan.

The best of Irish to be seen and heard at Cúirt

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JOSEPH O’CONNOR, Colm Toibín, and singer-songwriter John Spillane will all be appearing at this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature, which takes place from April 21 to 26.

Low to strike up a cord in St Canice’s Cathedral

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If you are looking to venture towards something different on the music scene at this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival - maybe Low from the ‘Wired’ programme might just be the sauce for you.

 

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