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Scene: A deserted foreshore. Pier in background, mountains in the distance, sound of sea birds calling, waves breaking on the beach. A beautiful day. Curtain rises on two attractive people holding hands, gazing lovingly at each other.
IN JANUARY 2013 Big Inner, an album of blue eyed soul, Memphis horns, funk, and Christianity by singer-songwriter Matthew E White caused a considerable stir. Now he returns to give his schoolfriend Natalie Prass her start, with this, her debut album.
MENTION THE Numero label in some soul circles and you can nearly hear the toes curling due to the company’s preference for replicating original record labels for its own repressed 45s. For others its nice to have an affordable record the way it would originally have looked.
The succession by the infamous Marcella Netterville to a large estate near Mount Bellew, Co Galway, in the 1820s owed as much to chance as it was to her unlikely mother-in-law, with the wonderful name, Kitty Cut-a-Dash. The Nettervilles were an ancient Norman family, who came to Galway from County Meath after purchasing land from the Bellew family. A judicious marriage with the Trenchs of Garbally, Ballinasloe, increased their holdings. It appears that for a time both the Nettervilles and their tenants lived at peace and in some prosperity, at least until Frederick Netterville began to spread his wild oats somewhat wide of the field.
IS LINNE An Tolg!, the third book in the Mise, Máire Treasa Mí Abha! series about a feisty cat, will be launched as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
DUBLIN ALTERNATIVE rock band Fred and Fob, are not a duo of two dudes, but a quartet of three women and one man.
THE BLISTERING Ulster punk of Rural Savage, the post-punk energy of Trumpets Of Jericho, and the alternative rock of Fred and Bob are coming to Citóg.
SCOOBY-DOO and the gang are back. Following sell-out success with Stagefright, the ultimate cartoon classic bursts on to the stage once again with Scooby-Doo and the Pirate Ghost, a brand new show to entertain the whole family in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on September 18.
Scooby-Doo and the gang are back. Following their sell-out success with Stagefright, the ultimate cartoon classic bursts onto to the stage once again with Scooby-Doo and the Pirate Ghost - a brand new show to entertain the whole family.