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THE MYTHOLOGICAL story of Hy-Brasil, which legend says lies off the west coast of Ireland, is the starting point for this year's TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, curated by Mary Cremin.
FESTA JUNITA, the fourth annual celebration of traditional Brazilian music, food, and culture, takes place in The Claddagh Hall, this Saturday, from 9pm.
FRIDAY JUNE 12 is Dia dos Namorados in Brazil, the Latin American nation's equivalent of Valentine’s Day, and to mark the occasion, Monroe’s Backstage Bar will host a night of Brazilian music and dance.
ANDRES MARTORELL is a man on the move. Sunday night found the singer in Carna, where he was taking part in a traditional singers circle. The following morning comes this interview. An hour later he is en route to Dublin to catch a flight to Denmark.
ALT-FOLK band The Longtails play Monroe’s Live on Friday February 20 at 10pm in support of their recently released debut EP Lindsay Road.
SuperValu has just launched its range of Signature Tastes coffee capsules for coffee lovers to enjoy in the comfort of their own home.
THE NEW Year at the Galway Arts Centre will spring into life with a solo exhibition by Galway born, Dublin based, artist Gareth Kennedy, who came to international acclaim in 2009 representing Ireland, alongside Sarah Brown, at the Venice Biennale.
A new guidebook has been published by NUI Galway’s discipline of Earth and Ocean Science highlighting the wide variety of local and imported natural stone used in Galway City's buildings.
FOR A number of years Gort in south Galway, was known as ‘Little Brazil’ due to the numbers of Brazilians who were living there - and their stories are set to be retold in Stories Of A Yellow Town.
THE BLACK Box Theatre will boom with all kinds of dark and surprising sounds that will make for an awe-inspiring musical experience when Trickster is performed there next weekend.