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THE AMAZING Apples, the Galway folk-rock/Americana band, whose profile has been on a serious ascent over the past few months, play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.
A BUCHAREST matriarch is out to grease more palms than she can shake in order to buy her son’s way out of a hit-and-run conviction.
WITH THE New Year upon us it is time for Galway film buffs and those looking for movies with a difference to consider what the Galway Film Society has on offer in its winter and spring schedule of screenings.
THE IRISH Baroque Orchestra, the Resurgam choir, and four solo singers will perform Handel’s Messiah in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
One of Ireland’s favourite live bands will be returning to Scribes, in AIT next Wednesday May 22.
THE AMAZING Apples have established themselves as one of Galway’s most popular bands and they are about to spread the world on their first nationwide tour.
NEXT WEEKEND sees the latest instalment of Music For Galway’s annual midwinter festival. This year’s offering is entitled Intimate Voices and offers a varied musical programme, ranging from the 17th to the 21st century, as well as a unique combination of artistry involving voice, dance, literature, drama, and visual art, as well as two internationally renowned quartets.
FILMS CELEBRATING women, the relationships between grandfathers, fathers, and sons, the sounds, style, and cultures of Cuba, Burlesque strip-tease performers will all feature in The Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season 2011.
MUSIC FOR Galway presents a trusty antidote to the darkness and cold of January in the form of a heart-warming weekend of great chamber music running from Friday January 21 to Sunday 23 at the Town Hall Theatre.
AMONG THE notable films featured in next week’s Galway Film Fleadh is Counting Sheep, a new feature-length documentary by Galway-based Romanian film-maker Dieter Auner.