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Original eighties acts Kim Wilde, ABC, Heaven 17, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Altered Images, and Toyah come to Castlebar on Sunday April 12 to transport you into the eighties with their hit tunes ‘Kids in America’ and ‘I Want To Be Free’. The line-up for the Here and Now Tour April 2009 is one not to miss
THE GALWAY Arts Festival unveiled its 2009 programme last week and, as ever, it’s chock-a-block with top-drawer attractions from both home and abroad. Theatre and dance - as ever,- feature strongly in the line-up and last Friday, over an afternoon coffee, festival director Paul Fahy met up to talk through some of this year’s highlights.
WHEN DUNDALK agit-folk singer David ‘Jinx’ Lennon arrived on the Irish music scene in the 1990s his spoken word diatribes poked at the back of what he called the Septic Tiger.
Original eighties acts Kim Wilde, ABC, Heaven 17, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Altered Images, and Toyah come to Castlebar on Sunday April 12 to transport you into the eighties with their hit tunes ‘Kids in America’ and ‘I Want To Be Free’. The line-up for the Here and Now tour April 2009 is one not to miss
WEEK ONE of the Galway Arts Festival delivered some memorable productions from both home-based and visiting companies in plays that dealt with such diverse themes as familial neuroses, under-age sex, the Iraq war, murderous teenagers, and a property tycoon who wants to sing like Beniamino Gigli.
Last Saturday night saw an epic night of music come to Castlebar as the Finbar Hoban Presents series bought Ireland’s up and coming band Dirty Epics to Bar Ritz, Kicking off the night in spectacular fashion local band Orphan Alien bought their unique sound of heavy rock music, sounding at times very much like Rage Against The Machine with lead vocalist Shane Cunningham sounding very much like Zack de la Rocha. Look out for more from Orphan Alien in the future as the boys plan to play more shows around Castlebar in the future and are also heading back in to the studio to record new material in the coming months.
A NEW piece of music composed by Blur’s Damon Albarn will receive its fist live performance by The Kronos Quartet in the Radisson SAS Hotel on Tuesday.
Aslan, one of the country’s most prolific bands is returning to Kilkenny next week in a performance not to be missed in Kytelers.