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MORE THAN 200 events, featuring international, national, and local artists will take place over the 11 days of the 38th Clifden Arts Festival which runs from September 17 to 27.
BRENDAN SHINE, the man behind songs like 'I'm a Savage for Bacon and Cabbage' and 'Do Want Your Auld Lobby Washed Down?', not merely a hit, but a phenomenon in the Ireland of 1979, is coming to Galway.
It is hard to believe that it is a decade since Oscar Wilde and Thomas Vilde took up residence outside Matt O’Flahertys on Williamsgate Street. A gift from the Estonian nation, in that period they have become the iconic face of modern Galway. Tonight a concert of Estonian music will be held to mark the occasion. I caught up with the happy Wildes as they sat outside a shop in the city centre.
The launch of Brideswell Pattern Festival will take place this Friday June 20 in Hamrock’s Bar, Brideswell, where this year’s jam-packed schedule of events will be unveiled with special guest Brendan Shine.
A major fundraising event will take place in Glasson Golf and Country Club on Monday October 21.
The launch of Brideswell Pattern Festival will take place next Thursday June 27 in O’Connell’s Bar, Brideswell, where this year’s jam-packed schedule of events will be unveiled
The annual Athlone elder persons party is on this Sunday afternoon in the Athlone Springs hotel at 4pm, with tickets priced at just a fiver.
People can get a taste of the music of the sixties at a special fundraiser in aid of the stroke unit at University Hospital Galway on Wednesday April 6 at Seapoint, Salthill, at 8pm.
A night at the dogs in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice Palliative Care Service will take place at Galway Greyhound Stadium on Wednesday July 28.
Join Paul Claffey Tours for their hugely popular Music To Your Ears break in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone from Sunday to Tuesday June 21-23, 2009. Dance the recession away to the likes of Mike Denver, Jimmy Buckley, Declan Nerney, Dominic Kirwan, John McNicholl, and La Bamba.