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TIZ MCNAMARA has seen his independent releases achieve more than six million streams on Spotify, and feature on the British soaps Hollyoaks and Emmerdale. He has also performed with Paul McCartney and BRITS ‘Critics Choice Winner’ James Bay.
FOLLOWING ITS triumphant GIAF debut in 2017 with Tristan & Yseult, Kneehigh Theatre Company return with Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs), based on John Gay’s The Beggar's Opera.
Internationally renowned ace guitarist Remi Harris brings his dazzling talents to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, May 30, at 8pm.
Music Network presents Cathy Jordan, Jarlath Henderson, and Mick Daly for an evening of outstanding music at Roscommon Arts Centre on Thursday, September 14, at 8pm.
JASON BYRNE has three brains which kick into action when he hits the stage. His left brain scans the audience, looking for improv moments. His right brain collates stand-up material and stunts, while his centre brain wants to push him to the limit.
THEY ARE the only Blur tribute act in the world endorsed by the band themselves. They headlined Hyde Park on the closing night of the 2012 Olympics. Now they are coming to Monroe's Live.
IT TOOK an Englishman to write one of the finest, and most poignant songs, about Irish emigration. That man is Ralph McTell, and that song is 'From Clare To Here', and next month he will mark his special relationship with the country.
"DANCING IN the moonlight, everybody's feeling warm and bright, it's such a fine and natural sight..." Back in 1999 there was no getting away from Toploader's cover of the King Harvest song, which went on to eclipse the original.
THE HENRY Girls - Donegal sisters Karen, Lorna, and Joleen McLaughlin - make their annual summer visit to Galway city to play a concert as part of this year's Galway International Arts Festival.
TWO OF Galway's finest singer-songwriters - Ultan Conlon and Eoin Dolan - will be among the headline acts at the Citóg nights taking place in the Róisín Dubh across February, which will also feature punk, indie, prog, and folk.