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Top folk and trad, mesmerising theatre and Quebecois dance

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The first exciting flickers of the Linenhall Arts Centre’s autumn programme are appearing on the horizon and it looks like there will be another hugely diverse and appetizing menu of live music and theatre performances to enjoy in Castlebar come September.

Eddi Reader to play Moycullen

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EDDI READER, one of Scotland’s great folk-rock singers returns to Galway to play The Forge in Moycullen, in the company of The Alan Kelly Gang on Saturday October 4 at 9pm.

Roscommon’s own Alan Kelly returns to arts centre

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September 30 is a date for the diary for music fans, when The Alan Kelly Gang, together with Eddi Reader (Fairground Attraction) and John Douglas perform at Roscommon Arts Centre, for one night only.

Roscommon’s Alan Kelly makes a welcome return

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September 30 is a date for the diary for music fans, when The Alan Kelly Gang, together with Eddi Reader (Fairground Attraction) and John Douglas perform at Roscommon Arts Centre, for one night only.

Valentine’s gig for Eddi Reader

To celebrate the release of her new album, Vagabond, musician Eddi Reader has announced her Irish tour dates including a Valentine’s night gig in Mullingar Arts Centre.

Out and about in Mayo

The Alan Kelly gang and Eddie Reader at the Linenhall

Clifden Arts Week launches on Monday

Clifden Community Arts Week, the west of Ireland’s most prominent and longest running community arts festival, will return this September for its 34th year of artistic celebration. Taking place from September 15 to 25, the festival boasts an impressive line up of national and international talent with a jam-packed programme that covers all spectrums of the arts from literature and music to theatre, film, and comedy, as well as inspirational talks and lectures and a dedicated schools’ programme.

One of a kind Eddi Reader live in the Royal Theatre

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Reader may well be the most relaxed performer in the history of popular music, but that doesn't mean she takes it easy. Perpetually moving, she dances constantly and spontaneously — there's no cheesy choreography here — randomly waving her arms around, as though she were conducting herself.

One of a kind Eddi Reader live in the Royal Theatre

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Reader may well be the most relaxed performer in the history of popular music, but that doesn't mean she takes it easy. Perpetually moving, she dances constantly and spontaneously — there's no cheesy choreography here — randomly waving her arms around, as though she were conducting herself.

Heidi Talbot to play solo show at The Crane

“HEIDI TALBOT sings in a voice that’s both awestruck and tender,” says The New York Times, while Village Voice describes her as “Björk combined with Enya”.

 

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