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AHEAD OF their Black Box concert in December, The Whileaways release a yuletide themed single, 'All The Lights On (Must Be Christmas)' tomorrow, Friday November 29.
After the Christmas/New Year break the flagship current affairs programme Saturday Forum returns to CRC 102.9 fm at 12.00 noon on tomorrow Saturday January 12.
GAUDETE IS the Latin word for rejoice, the name of one of the greatest Christmas choral songs, and the title for the Marine Institute Singers upcoming Christmas carols and seasonal songs concert.
The famous Soldiers’ Christmas Truce of 1914, between German troops and the Allied troops, happened exactly, 100 years ago this year, it was by any standards an extraordinary event. That unique and historic event will be recalled and commemorated in the Mayo Peace Park, at 2.30pm, on Christmas Eve.
THE FILM that gave the world one of the best loved of all Christmas songs will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre this Sunday at 3.30pm.
Winter blues is often associated with this time of year. But with Christmas lights up and Christmas music playing it is easy to forget that for many people this time of year can be particularly difficult. Christmas can be a reminder of a loved one who has passed away. Or the financial pressure of Christmas is stressful. Or maybe all of the social occasions and family gatherings are raising anxiety levels.
André Rieu will make a special live appearance by satellite from Maastricht, introducing his festive Christmas concert, and cinema audiences will have the opportunity to participate in a special hosted live Q & A prior to the concert screening. This performance will take place tomorrow, Saturday November 24 at 5pm in Mayo Movie World, Castlebar.
CHRISTMAS CROONERS, a concert featuring favourite Christmas songs by Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, and Frank Sinatra is coming to Galway.
In the bleak midwinter snow and frost last Saturday afternoon, the remaining residents of Loughloe House and their families enjoyed Christmas music and festivities in the dining room of the nursing home.
It is proven that Christmas clubs become more popular during times of recession. In fact, Christmas clubs were born out of the Great Depression in America. They take the pressure off people in the run up to Christmas and reduce the financial strain as the big day approaches. With Ireland entering its first recession in 25 years, it is likely Christmas clubs will increase in popularity in these tough economic times.