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MONTHLY CLUBNIGHT Klub Orange takes place in The Cellar underground tomorrow night from 10.30pm.
IT BEGAN life in a rented farmhouse; the first to hear its songs were people going to concerts in Salthill in the late eighties and early nineties; and almost quarter of a century later it remained one of the best loved Irish albums.
It’s hard to believe, but exactly 25 years ago in 1987, in a rented farmhouse, The Stunning was born. One of the most successful Irish bands of the nineties, they bring their magic to The Royal Theatre this Christmas, on Thursday, December 27 with tickets costing €25.
THE SAW Doctors’ Leo Moran, journalist Olaf Tyaransen, writer Conor Montague, and singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge, will gather in the Róisín Dubh for a Cúirt event.
TUAM POET and singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge will play Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, this Saturday at 10pm.
THERE WILL be two chances to see, hear, and enjoy the songs and poems of the brilliant Tuam singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge in Galway this month.
Two Galway students have been selected to represent Ireland at the schools’ international in Cardiff on July 16.
The Stunning are back! The coolest and most iconic of Irish bands have re-assembled the original line-up and will play at The Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre on December 28. Steve Wall on guitar and vocals and Joe Wall on bass and vocals are joined by Cormac Dunne on drums, Jimmy Higgins on trumpet and percussion and Derek Murray on guitar. Fans of The Stunning can look forward to a set-list of all of their biggest hits. From first single “Got to Get Away” to instant classics “Half Past Two”, “Romeo’s on Fire” and “Brewing up a Storm", The Stunning rapidly became one of Ireland’s biggest bands.
THE SUN Seekers will launch their new EP Escapade in the Róisín Dubh this Monday at 9pm.
NOW THAT we are in a recession, people are casting their minds back to the bleak 1980s and early 1990s when, as Tommy Tiernan said “you couldn’t get a job if you tried”.