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Empires of Light

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THE BLACK Country is an area of England where the industrial revolution was at its most intense, in cities like Birmingham, Coventry, and Wolverhampton.

Kilbane to launch new Ireland supporters’ club in Galway

Kevin Kilbane, who earned 110 caps for the Republic of Ireland between 1997 and 2011, is coming to Galway this weekend to launch a new RoI supporters’ club.

A Very Special tribute to The Specials

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THE SPECIALS lit up the British charts in the late 1970s and early 1980s with their furious mix of ska and socialism, and those days can be relived at HALO tomorrow.

The Very Specials brings Two Tone back to Castlebar

A guide to DruidMurphy – starting this weekend

THIS FRIDAY, Druid’s biggest project yet begins at the Town Hall Theatre with a performance of Tom Murphy’s Conversations On A Homecoming.

Back to the future with Michael D and Giovanni Trapattoni?

“We must seek to build together an active, inclusive citizenship; based on participation, equality, respect for all, and the flowering of creativity in all its forms. A confident people is our hope, a people at ease with itself, a people that grasps the deep meaning of the proverb; Ní neart go cur le chéile’ - our strength lies in our common weal - our social solidarity.”

Ireland sitting on multi-million euro renewable energy industry

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Ireland is sitting on a potential multi-million euro industry in the renewable energy sector, delegates attending a major worldwide convention in Co Mayo later this month will be told.

The return of Beverly Martyn

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SHE WAS a friend of Nick Drake, made two albums with her former husband, the late John Martyn, and has worked with Paul Simon - she is Beverly Martyn.

Further adventures of our Dan

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Week II

Influential trad group Shaskeen celebrate ruby anniversary

ACCOMPLISHED MUSICIAN and band leader Tom Cussen grew up in the Broadford/Newcastle west area of Co Limerick – known locally as ‘the gateway to the south west of Ireland’ – in the early 1960s.

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