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Moycullen celebrated success in Basketball Ireland’s u-20 National Cup, overcoming favourites Belfast Star by 70-60.
Moycullen basketball fans head to Dublin this weekend in the hopes of claiming two national titles.
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Having spent six weeks in studio working on their third album Closer To You, The Coronas are embarking on a campaign that will take them through to next year, but not without stopping off at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar for what should be an outstanding gig on St Stephen’s Night 2011.
The annual Galway Regatta, which holds a special place in the annals of Galway history and an important fixture in the Irish Rowing calendar, takes place on Sunday (June 19).
While there was plenty of local activity with the first series of provincial finals and juvenile semi-finals occupying ball players over the weekend, many miles away in Arizona Pauline Gallagher and Stephanie Coleman, among others, were making the headlines.
Following on from their spectacular show in The Royal Theatre in August this summer The Meteor Award winning Coronas are returning for one night this Christmas to The Royal Theatre Castlebar on St Stephen’s Night.
THERE IS a rare buzz to playing live - standing on a stage in front of hundred of people wqho know the words of your songs, and will sing them back to you. Live shows and tours also lead you to have some crazy adventures and, if you are lucky, the chance to meet a Beatle.
The Meteor Award winning Coronas are coming to The Royal Theatre, Castlebar, St Stephen’s Night for what promises to be a special festive show. Two very successful albums, Heroes and Ghosts and Tony Was An Ex-Con including their recently released single ‘Someone Else’s Hands’, have ensured this Irish band are receiving wide ranging support and affection from fans Their first album was described by Hot Press as “a soulful line between Jeff Buckley and the Libertines”.
DECEMBER IS going to be a amazing month for music fans in the city as three of Ireland’s leading bands - Two Door Cinema Club, Villagers, and The Coronas - come to Galway for a series of major ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concerts.