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Finbar Hoban presents one of Ireland’s finest touring bands, Delorentos, at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Friday night December 28. Having released Little Sparks, one of the most stand-out albums of 2012 with singles such as “Care For” and “Bullet in a Gun”, plus thrilling audiences throughout the summer from Benicassim to Electric Picnic, Delorentos embark on their winter tour.
Finbar Hoban presents one of Ireland’s finest touring bands, Delorentos, this Christmas at the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Friday, December 28, at 9pm. Having released Little Sparks, one of the most stand-out albums of 2012, thrilling audiences throughout the summer from Benicassim to Electric Picnic, Delorentos have embarked on a winter tour, which will stop off for a rocking set in Castlebar before the New Year.
THE PATRICIAN Musical society will hold its diamond jubilee Christmas concert in The Town Hall Theatre on Friday November 30 at 8pm.
All literary roads lead to Westport from November 9 to 11 for the third Rolling Sun Festival, a quirky book and literary festival appealing to everyone who has ever enjoyed the written or spoken word. Several events are free of charge, one is specifically for children, another for book clubs. Check rolling-sun-festival on Facebook for full details.
Top musicians Dermot Byrne, Floriane Blancke and Castlebar’s own Brendan O'Regan perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday November 7 at 8pm. (Please note rescheduled performance date.)
Join Journey Through Ireland on Saturday October 27 and experience a taste of Sligo. William Butler Yeats called Sligo ‘The Land of Heart’s Desire’ and its beauty, archaeology, and folklore filled his early poetry.
PORTUMNA’S 2012 Shorelines Arts Festival will be officially opened this evening at 6pm, paving the way for a weekend of music, poetry, theatre, film, and children’s events.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the foundation of Eyre Square, and this milestone event in the city’s chief civic space will be marked with an open air concert this Saturday.
Ireland’s first 24 hour dog adoption event takes place on tomorrow Friday August 24 and Saturday August 25. Organised by Galway dog rescue charity MADRA, the event will take place from 8am to 8pm each day at the Trusty Pet Pals dog daycare centre in Briarhill.
IF YOU love Irish trad and fancy hearing some music during your lunch break then head down to Monroe’s for the Galway Arts Festival Trad Lunchtimes.