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An excited Eleanor Shanley is looking forward to playing at The Town Hall Theatre Westport tonight, November 20, with doors opening at 7.30pm. “I’m looking forward to Westport big time! The Mayo audiences are super and playing in the new Town Hall is all part of the excitement,” said Eleanor in the build up to the show.
DE DANANN, led by founder members Alec Finn and Johnny ‘Ringo’ McDonagh, will give a Christmas concert on Sunday December 30 in the Fairhill House Hotel, Clonbur.
ELEANOR SHANLEY makes a welcome return to Galway to play The Forge in Moycullen this Saturday.
SHARON SHANNON, along with a host of the finest Galway trad, folk, and singer-songwriter talent, will play Monroe’s Live on Wednesday at 8pm.
Sean Nós ar an tSionann are holding a fund-raising concert in aid of Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin in the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Saturday May 14. This lively sean nós dance group come from Sligo Leitrim and Roscommon and recently made it to the final of the All Ireland Talent Show and had pledged to donate the prize money if they won the show to this hospital if they won. The group did not go on to win the All Ireland Talent Show this year so have decided to hopefully raise as much money by holding a fund-raising concert with the help of their musical friends and some of Irelands most talented acts.
JOHN SPILLANE, Eleanor Shanley, Frankie Lane, Mick Hanly, and Paul Kelly are coming together for a major night of folk’n’trad entitled Folk The Recession.
A MAJOR night of Irish trad will take place in Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, on Thursday June 24 with a performance by former members of De Dannan.
THE PASSING of Leo Healy was widely and deeply mourned by trad musicians in Ireland and by Galway trad musicians in particular. Now many of them are coming together for a special tribute concert.
THE SINGER Eleanor Shanley and Galway folk singer-songwriter Don Stiffe will join forces for a concert at the Fairhill House Hotel, Clonbur, this Saturday.
KESHCARRIGAN IN Co Leitrim is nestled between the Shannon and Lough Erne. Its landscape has been farmed for thousands of years and has also provided the inspiration for the novels of the late John McGahern.