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MONGOOSE CALL themselves "a musical melty-pot combining the vocals, instrument-playing and songwriting of four women", and they are coming to the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
THE INQUISITIVE hare is a busy fellow, always on the lookout for new facts to learn, adventures to undertake, and experiences to have. His exploits are the focus of an exhibition running as part of the Galway Theatre Festival.
BORN IN Zimbabwe and raised in Dublin, Percy Chamburuka is Jafaris, a poet, dancer, and rapper making uncompromising, fresh hip hop, and he plays the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
TO GET an idea of Pete Johansson's place in the comedy world, his first comedy special, You Might Also Enjoy…Pete Johansson, was recently released by Netflix simultaneously in 82 countries.
SAINT SISTER, Daithí, and Wild Youth have been announced as support acts for shows at the Galway International Arts Festival Big Top in the Fisheries Field this July.
TRACY BRUEN is something of a Renaissance woman - singer, songwriter, pianist, guitarist, band leader, theatre director, and actor - talents that will combine at her Galway show next week, ahead of her German tour.
INSPIRED BY 1980s indie-pop, and creating "streamlined, chorus-drenched jangle-pop” with "earworming charm", according to The Thin Air, Montauk Hotel are fast becoming a rising force in Irish music.
THEY CALL themselves "Ireland's oldest and least successful boyband"; The Irish Times call them this nation's "answer to Flight Of The Conchords”; and their new show has the not at all self-deprecating title of Don't Give Up The Day Job.
AFTER FIVE competitive heats over the last few weeks, the grand final of Show Me The Funny takes place on Monday, February 19, at The King's Head Bar on High Street.
THE LAST two places for the 'Show Me The Funny' grand final will be up for grabs when the fifth heat takes place this Monday, February 11, at The King's Head, High Street.