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Tommy Tiernan to play Róisín Dubh in January

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2022 IN Galway will begin with huge laughs when Tommy Tiernan performs the warm-up shows for his Tomfoolery tour at the Róisín Dubh.

Malaki - rising hip hop star to play Róisín Dubh

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AS THE year draws to a close, it seems everything is happening for Dublin rapper Malaki. In September came his EP, DFTTYM; last month saw a duet with Tolü Makay, and December sees him play Galway.

Breaking Out - a film about the best Irish band you've never heard of

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AMONG IRISH musicians, Interference are regarded as one of the best bands this country has ever produced, their admirers including Glen Hansard, Graham Hopkins, Colm Mac Con Iomaire, and Gerry Fish.

Dani Larkin - rising folk star for the Róisín Dubh

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DANI LARKIN, one of the most exciting new talents in Irish folk, will play the Róisín Dubh next week, accompanied by her full band.

Niamh Regan - new single, Róisín Dubh show

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‘LOVE YOU Senseless’, the second single from Niamh Regan’s forthcoming EP, In The Meantime, is out now, and later this month she plays the Róisín Dubh.

Sad passing of prominent Irish culture figures as Carty shines despite Connacht defeat

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Junior Brother - new single, Róisín Dubh gig

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“THE BLADES of razors split the sky long after this poem was put onto a page a few years ago. The recording of the song happened just before all our worlds closed down.”

Hilarious comedy ‘Catch Me If You Can’ to play at Shamrock Lodge Hotel

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The Shamrock Lodge Hotel Athlone, is very proud to present the hilarious comedy play 'Catch Me If You Can' by local playwright, Margaret McKenna Mullan.

Darragh O'Dea - new album and County Galway shows

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FOLLOWING THE release of the single, 'Guerrilla Warfare In Your Back Garden', Tuam singer-songwriter Darragh O'Dea, has announced a debut album and two Galway gigs this winter.

Did a midsummer murder silence a guilty pilot?

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In June 1858 Galway town was in a fever of wild speculation and excitement. Its vision for a magnificent transatlantic port off Furbo, reaching deep into Galway Bay, where passengers from Britain, and throughout the island of Ireland, would be brought to their emigration ship in the comfort of a train, now faced being scuppered by the apparent criminal intent of the two local pilots.

 

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