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WE MAY be exiting lockdown, but the aftermath of Covid-19 - social distancing, the absence of a vaccine, an oncoming world-wide recession - will remain with us for some time.
The 2020 Wild Atlantic Words literary festival short story competition will be judged by award-winning writer, Lisa McInerney.
HE SURVIVED ITV's I’m A Celebrity… and now Andrew Maxwell is making the transition from reality TV to actual reality in his new stand-up show, called Reality.
DAOIRÍ FARRELL has been called "one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade", by a key figure in Irish music, and a former Planxty member, Dónal Lunny.
DESCRIBED BY the great Irish classical pianist Finghin Collins as "one of the great duos of our time", French pianist Cédric Tiberghien and Russian violinist Alina Ibragimova play Galway this weekend.
NEIL DELAMERE makes his annual New Year pilgrimage to Galway to performs his new show, End Of Watch, in the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday January 16 at 8pm.
JACK DEE has announced he is bringing his new stand-up show, Off The Telly, to Galway's Town Hall Theatre in 2020 for two nights, and tickets go on sale tomorrow morning.
Food quality, why we eat the way we do, industrial food practices, and consumption habits will be explored by the acclaimed British food writer, Bee Wilson, in a public talk at NUI Galway next week.
“IF I could rewind 10 years, and if I saw a band like us on stage, I would be obsessed." So says Pillow Queens' drummer Rachel Lyons, and while modesty may not rest easy on this band's shoulders, they have every reason to walk tall right now.
CHRISTOPHER MACARTHUR-BOYD is "a comedian on the ascent," according to The Skinny, who delivers a "comedy nerd’s informed tweaking of stand-up convention," says Chortle.co.uk.