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MY FELLOW Sponges, the Galway folk-rock/prog-rock band, and the Berlin based, Irish folk-blues duo, Rufus Coates and Jess Smith, will play a gig in Galway city this week.
When planning a trip to Germany most would predictably think of Munich or Berlin, however we decided to take a visit to Cologne where we found it ticked a number of weekend break boxes.
UPCOMING GALWAY based company Brú Theatre will premiere its new play, Selvage, in Druid’s Mick Lally Theatre. Developed as part of the Druid FUEL programme, and funded by the Arts Council and the Galway City Council, it will be Brú’s third production since it formed in 2018.
NUI Galway and Galway 2020 are offering an exciting opportunity to get involved with the Galway 2020 digital programme through the ground-breaking initiative – Future Landscapes.
Sunday November 21 1920, known as ‘Bloody Sunday’, marked one of the most significant events in the Irish War of Independence. The day began with an IRA operation, organised by Michael Collins, to assassinate the so called ‘Cairo Gang’ - a team of undercover British agents, working and living in Dublin. IRA members went to a number of addresses, and shot dead 14 people including nine army officers.
PEACH, THE London based Canadian DJ, who shot to prominence last year, is coming to Galway, to spin the decks at Electric, Abbeygate Street, in a night organised with Gash Collective.
TWO YOUNG bands, one Irish - Modernlove, one American - Love Ghost, are touring Ireland throughout December and January with the first show taking place in the Róísín Dubh next week.
1. First Reformed: My number one film of the year and walking in I thought I would hate it. Powerful performance from Ethan Hawke playing a priest questioning his faith in the modern world. The ending has been divisive, but to me the film does not work without it.
The Christmas season is fast approaching and with only 12 days left before the big day, the last few weeks is usually spent dashing around shops, making lists (and checking them twice), making a mess wrapping gifts, buying the most ridiculous Christmas jumpers and, most importantly, enjoying some well-deserved time off.