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GALWAY based graphic artist and designer Peter Hodgins is exhibiting his latest works in the Renzo Café on Eyre Street. The exhibition opened this week and runs until Sunday September 6.
There’s a packed week at The Snug Bar with great live performances on the stage and on the big screen!
THE COMPLETE Stone Roses, the much admired tribute band to the Manchester 'punkadelic' legends, return to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Thursday July 9 at 10pm.
DON MCLEAN, the singer-songwriter whose 'American Pie', 'Vincent', and 'And I Love You So' are standards in the great songbook, not just of America, but of the world, comes to Galway in the Autumn.
TO MARK the 125th anniversary of Vincent Van Gogh’s death, Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum is hosting a major re-showing of the gallery’s collection of works by the much loved artist.
The Snug has yet another great line-up of live music planned for this weekend, starting with The Dave L Show tonight, Thursday April 9. Dave has a wide variety of songs covering several decades and always delivers a crowd-pleasing performance
On Thursday renowned local musicians Jock and Dave are in The Snug from 9.30pm to play a wide range of songs to suit all musical tastes from the old classics to the current chart toppers.
This Thursday night February 19 is retro night at The Snug Bar, with The Retronauts providing a blast from the past with a modern twist! This Dublin band perform a quirky mix of funk, disco, rock and reggae hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and today, and they are influenced by artists as diverse as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin to Chic, Prince, and Diana Ross.
JULIE FEENEY, the Athenry born composer, singer, producer, and orchestrator, is to perform shows in New York and Amsterdam, while her new one woman show is set for a 10 night run in Dublin.
History was made when the first Repair Café in the Midlands opened its doors in St Kieran’s Community Centre, Athlone on Saturday November 22. People thronged to the centre to have their household items fixed by repair specialists who were on standby to tackle the problem and give advice. The items repaired were varied and ranged from a broken mirror frame, ipods, and iron, to an old mantelpiece clock that was given a new lease of life after many years of not working. Visitors could also avail of a cuppa and a treat while waiting for their turn.