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Little John and his songs from the Swilly delta

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BELL, BOOK, and Candle, Paul Deacy’s swinging-est hipster book and music emporium, was the venue recently for the launch of Songs From The Swilly Delta, the fine new album from Little John Nee and the Caledonia Highly Strung Orchestra.

Super8Shots Film Festival

THE SUPER8SHOTS Film Festival, a celebration of the 8mm film medium, style, and process, returns this weekend.

New release from Galway label Rusted Rail

ENGLISH SINGER-songwriter Duncan Sumpner, who goes under the stage name Songs of Green Pheasant, has released three albums on FatCat records, which also released albums by Sigur Ros.

Susie Soho @ Wingnut Records

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IRISH ALTERNATIVE-rock band Susie Soho will play Wingnut Records, in Bell, Book and Candle at The Small Crane off Sea Road, this Saturday at 1pm.

Leo O’Kelly - new album and Galway show

LEO O’KELLY, solo artist and one half of legendary folk-rock duo Tír Na nÓg (with Sonny Condell), plays Kelly’s on Wednesday July 6 at 9pm as part of the Colours Fringe Festival.

Have some fun at The Barefoot Disco

If you enjoy the Funky Seomra events that come to Galway check out The Barefoot Disco, which takes place in the Rowing Club in Woodquay this Saturday from 8pm.

Don’t forget Galway’s West End for Christmas

Have you forgotten to go West this December? Galway’s West End has a variety to offer you for shopping, eating and entertainment. If you’re doing your Christmas shopping or planning a Christmas do for work, family or friends, Galway’s West End has what you need.

The Funky Seomra is coming back to Galway

The Funky Seomra, Ireland’s alcohol free nightclub, returns to Galway this Saturday night and will take place in the Commercial Boat Club in Woodquay from 8pm to 12.30am.

Traders unite to promote Galway’s West End

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If you love music, are interested in art, and enjoy good food, then Galway’s ‘West End’ is the place to be and local traders are encouraging Galwegians to “cross the bridge” and check it out.

 

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