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DONAL MCCONNON, of Galway prog-folk band My Fellow Sponges and the solo act, The Curly Organ, will join Lisa Hannigan, Paul Noonan, Saint Sister, and others at the Hibernacle festival.
STEPHEN RYAN, a winner of the Forbidden Fruit Comedy Competition and a finalist in the 2016 Irish Comedian of the Year competition, returns to Galway to play the Comedy KARLnival.
A FILM about the creation of the statue to the late, legendary, Irish country singer, Big Tom, will be screened at the Galway Film Fleadh, and it is a documentary with Galway connections.
Amy and Molly are two girls entering the final days of school before heading to college. They have worked hard for years and a bit smug about getting their respective courses in top universities.
SETH ROGAN is Fred Flarsky, a left-wing investigative journalist for a news website akin to The Daily Beast or buzzfeed. When it is bought by a Rupert Murdoch-like news mogul named Parker Wembley he quits.
STEP BACK in time to the cinema of the 1920s, when films had no soundtrack and were accompanied by live music, when the classic 1926 silent film The General is screened in Galway.
The Two Johnnies took to the stage at The Prince of Wales on Friday night last. Performing their 'Big Ball Small Ball' show to a sold out audience, the comedy duo brought their facebook sketches to life in front of an appreciative audience.
SISTER ACT, the much loved hit comedy musical film from 1992 starring Whoopi Goldberg, has since gone on to become a popular stage production, and Galway's Twin Productions is bringing it to the Town Hall Theatre.
THE PENULTIMATE heat of Show Me The Funny takes place this Monday, February 12, at The King's Head with eight more contestants pitting their comedy chops against the judges and audience.
THE SECOND heat of the annual Show Me The Funny competition returns to The Kings Head next Monday, with the Fred Cooke as special guest, and Gerry Mallon as MC.