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Daoirí Farrell - leading folk singer for the Róisín Dubh

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DAOIRÍ FARRELL has been called "one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade", by a key figure in Irish music, and a former Planxty member, Dónal Lunny.

Poor Clares Galway to release song tonight

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The Poor Clare nuns in Galway will tonight (Thursday) release a song inspired by a poem from their best-selling book ‘Calm the Soul’ which they brought out in 2012.

A taste of Percy French for Culture Night

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As a contribution to Culture Night, 2019, on September 20, Galway Percy French Society presents All In An Autumn Evening – a programme of music, song and story with echoes of Percy French.

Acclaimed folk singer Daoirí Farrell to play the Róisín Dubh

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THERE ARE few folk/trad musicians in Ireland today as acclaimed and admired as Daoirí Farrell. Indeed, Dónal Lunny has called him "one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade".

Sweeter than Roses concert tomorrow night

Oranmore soprano, Helen Hancock will present an evening of singing and music in the auditorium of Galway Community College, Moneenageisha tomorrow Friday March 22 at 8pm.

Villagers to play Galway in December

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VILLAGERS HAVE announced a return to Galway in December to play the Black Box Theatre, while their fourth studio album, The Art Of Pretending To Swim, will be released next month.

Feakle Festival is a must attend event this summer

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If you love live music, song and dance then the Feakle Festival is the place to be from Wednesday August 8 to Monday August 13.

A winter classical concert at St Mary’s

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THE SOPRANO Lorna Breen and flautist Miriam Kaczor will give a 'Winter Concert in St Mary's College' on Saturday December 17 at 4pm.

Goldsmith International Literary Festival returns for 32nd year

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The 32nd Goldsmith International Literary Festival, the third longest-running festival of its type, will take place as usual over the June bank holiday. Founded 32 years ago to celebrate the literary genius of Oliver Goldsmith and to promote Goldsmith Country as a tourist attraction, it has over the years explored many aspects of Goldsmith’s life and work. A huge variety of renowned critics, politicians, poets, commentators, and academics have by turns stimulated, informed, and amused audiences over the past three decades

Goldsmith International Literary Festival 2016 returns for 32nd year

The 32nd Goldsmith International Literary Festival was launched last Thursday evening at Ballymahon Community Library. The festival, which is the third longest-running festival of its type, will take place as usual over the June bank holiday. Founded 32 years ago to celebrate the literary genius of Oliver Goldsmith and to promote Goldsmith Country as a tourist attraction, it has over the years explored many aspects of Goldsmith’s life and work. A huge variety of renowned critics, politicians, poets, commentators, and academics have by turns stimulated, informed, and amused audiences over the past three decades

 

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