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ABANDOMAN'S 2016 Irish tour, Life + Rhymes, starts in the Róisín Dubh tomorrow with a show, in the words of The Stage, filled with "killer punchlines. Note-perfect, lyrically mind-blowing hip-hop improv."
BEX MARSHALL, a 2015 European Blues Awards nominee and recipient of the Best British Blues Vocalist and Album at the 2013 UK Blues Awards, plays Monroe's Live on Thursday May 19.
To celebrate the RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival, Athlone Arts & Tourism will host two fringe events: a playwriting workshop with Michelle Read on Saturday, April 30, and a stage management workshop with Kate Ferris on Thursday, May 5.
INTERNATIONAL HIT play, Swing, a beguiling comedy about dance, music and love hits the Town Hall Theatre on Friday April 1 at 8pm. Produced by Dublin’s Fishamble Theatre Co, it won the Bewley’s Little Gem Award at the 2013 Dublin Fringe Festival, and has been performed in New York, Paris, Edinburgh, and New Zealand, and is scheduled to go to Australia after its current Irish tour.
NIALL CONNOLLY is "a folk icon…Among the most vibrant, poignant, and authentic indie folk artists in New York City", leading folk magazine No Depression has said of the man who is coming to Galway this month.
ABANDOMAN'S 2016 Irish tour, Life + Rhymes, starts in the Róisín Dubh on Friday May 20 with a show, in the words of The Stage, filled with "killer punchlines. Note-perfect, lyrically mind-blowing hip-hop improv. Genius!"
WHILE THE names of the men of 1916 - Pearse, Connolly, Clarke, Plunkett, and others - are well known, the significant contribution of women to the rebellion has long been over looked and underappreciated.
A total of 93 groups across Galway are to share in €385,000 in funding this year under the Galway City Council’s Arts Grants 2016 scheme.
YOU MIGHT know Eric Lalor as Fair City bad guy Cathal Spillane, but the Dubliner is also a very fine comedian who headlines the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh tomorrow at 8.30pm.
AFTER ITS successful opening night last week, the second instalment of the The Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh returns this Friday, with two stalwarts of the Irish comedy scene - Alison Spittle and Edwin Sammon.