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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.
MALMÖ LIES at the very southwestern tip of Sweden’s Øresund strait. The nation’s third largest city, it is connected to the Danish capital Copenhagen via the massive, five mile long, Øresund Bridge. It is also home to many immigrant communities, mostly Middle Eastern and Eastern European, but among them is an Irishman, Richie Egan, better known as Jape.
A classic of modern Irish theatre, Catalpa takes to the stage at Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday February 17 at 8pm. Catalpa is the story of the daring 1875 whaleship rescue of six Irish prisoners from the British penal colony in Fremantle, Western Australia. Catalpa is about heroes and visionaries, political intrigue and personal loyalty, with hot romance, mixed-up rebels, and battles at sea - an epic adventure story that challenges the nature of heroism.
What do London, Sydney, Copenhagen, Cape Town and now Galway have in common? Well, these are some of the worldwide locations that host a Parkrun event.
Irish/Danish band The Unusual History of Ether make their Mullingar debut this May as their nation wide tour comes to the Mullingar Arts Centre.
With the prospect of a directly-elected mayor for Dublin still a possibility - Environment Minister Phil Hogan said there will be no plebiscite in May but the four Dublin councils can reconsider the issue after the Local Elections - Insider contemplates what such a role could bring to Galway city.
Galway Food Festival, the annual event celebrating the city as a good food destination, highlighting food provenance, sustainability, and healthy eating, opens today and runs throughout the Easter Weekend.
Music Network is delighted to present a concert by the exceptionally talented Carducci Quartet with guest cellist Gemma Rosefield at Mullingar Arts Centre on Thursday March 27. The concert will include works by JS Bach, Donnacha Dennehy, Joaquín Turina, and Franz Schubert.
Merit Medical Systems Inc, a leading manufacturer and marketer of proprietary disposable devices used primarily in cardiology, radiology and endoscopy, this week announced the opening of a hypotube manufacturing centre of excellence in Galway.
The g, one of Ireland’s leading five star hotels, will host a gala dinner to announce this year’s recipient of the David Gumbleton memorial prize. The award, which is in its seventh year, was created in memory of David Gumbleton, one of Australia’s brightest culinary stars, who passed away in 2004. The g’s relationship with David Gumbleton began at the original launch of the hotel.