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SKA BAND Big Jelly, inspired by The Skatalites, Prince Buster, and Toots & the Maytals, play the ninth annual Kinvara Mardi Gras in the Kinvara Community Centre this Saturday at 8pm.
A BLUEGRASS session and gig takes place in Rafftery’s Rest, Kilcolgan, this Sunday from 12 noon.
Kinvara Farmers’ Market will reopen tomorrow (Friday) from 10am to 2pm in Johnston’s Garden, Main Street.
THIS YEAR’S Cruinniú na mBád festival is scheduled to take place this weekend, commemorating the traditional maritime links between Kinvara and Connemara.
AS THE mad haired Ballymagash town councillor, the beleaguered Gobnait O’Lunacy, and the outrageous Fr Jack Hackett, Frank Kelly has played three of the most iconic and memorable characters in Irish comedy, and this month he is bringing one of them to Galway.
TOMORROW NIGHT at Kellys from 8pm there will be a night of words, film, and music for Afri’s work in support of the Rossport communities. Johnny Moynihan, Sean Tyrrell, Donal O'Kelly, Rita Ann Higgins, Margaretta D'Arcy, and John Arden are just some of the names that are involved.
Peadar de Burca brings his outrageous new comedy Why Men Marry to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday December 10 at 8pm.
The WhistleBlast Quartet presents a Christmas family concert at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Saturday December 12 at 3pm. The WhistleBlast Quartet (Mary Curran, French horn; Kenneth Edge, saxophones, clarinet; Síle Daly, oboe, cor anglais; Andrew Synnott, piano) performs and narrates Tchaikovsky’s magical Nutcracker Suite as arranged by Ken Edge as part of this Christmas family concert for all ages. Booking is advised. Telephone 094 9023733 for more details, and family tickets of four are available at a special rate.