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Fire In Cairo - a tribute to The Cure

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FEW BANDS from the post-punk scene of the late 1970s have proved as enduring, as popular, or as influential as The Cure, whose fusion of Goth, punk, pop, and new wave, was swignificant in the development of indie music.

The Fureys to play Loughrea Hotel & Spa

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THE FUREYS, one of Ireland's finest folk bands, best known for songs like ‘When You Were Sweet 16’, ‘The Green Fields of France’, ‘Red Rose Café’, and ‘Steal Away’, play the Loughrea Hotel & Spa on Friday March 22.

Squeeze’s Chris Difford Brings “Up The Junction” Tour to Bridge St Castlebar

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Greenroom Bookings is delighted to announce the legendary Chris Difford of Squeeze will play at Bridge St Castlebar on Friday May 3.

Richard Thompson to play Town Hall Theatre

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RICHARD THOMPSON, a key former member of Fairport Convention; one of Britain's greatest and most covered songwriters; and who worked with Nick Drake on Bryter Layter, is coming back to Galway in August.

A lunchtime classical concert

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SUCH WELL known tunes as 'Sí Bheag Sí Mhor' and 'Greensleeves' will be heard at a lunchtime concert of 16th and 17th century music in the O’Donoghue Centre, NUI Galway.

Mayo’s Michael G Duffy was named as the Jack Dodd Perpetual Rookie of the Year at Irish Show Jumping Awards

Mayo’s Michael G Duffy was named as the Jack Dodd Perpetual Rookie of the Year at the 23rd annual Irish Show Jumping Awards in partnership with Horse Sport Ireland, which were held in Killashee House Hotel, Naas, Co Kildare, recently.

Hermitage Green announce live date at Karma Athlone

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One of Ireland’s best homegrown talents will take to the stage at Karma Athlone on Friday, December 21.

Two concerts from ConTempo

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TWO CONCERTS from the wonderful ConTempo Quartet take place next week, one a performance of music by Antonín Dvorák, the other a collaboration with the MA in Writing at NUI Galway.

Gruff Rhys and the road from Babelsberg

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BABELSBERG PALACE in Potsdam, Germany, was the summer residence of Kaizer Wilhelm I, and since 1990, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Tower of Babel is from a Biblical story explaining (or criticising) the existence of different languages.

Hugh Cornwell celebrates some more heroes, and villains

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WITH A cracking new solo album, Monster, just released, former Stranglers front-man Hugh Cornwell rocks up to the Róisín Dubh next week for what promises to be a storming gig featuring both gems from his solo output and beloved Strangler classics.


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