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John Grant to headline Big Top as Sinéad O'Connor pulls out

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JOHN GRANT will now headline the Galway International Arts Festival Big Top concert in the Fisheries Field this evening after Sinéad O'Connor was forced to pull out due to illness.

Luck Just Kissed You Hello

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“IT'S HARD to explain. You thought the outside of me was me, but it wasn’t. My outside never matched my inside.” This is Mark speaking, but it comes as a shock to his family, for he used to be their sister Laura.

Sibling folk singers @ Monroe’s Live

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THE PRISTINE, three-part harmonies, and delicate roots-folk melodies of Donegal’s The Henry Girls will be heard in Monroe’s Live tonight at 10pm.

Hudson Taylor - folk-pop band of brothers

HUDSON TAYLOR, who play the Róisín Dubh as part of the Galway Arts Festival, are a folk-pop duo of brothers Harry and Alfie.

Frankie Gavin & De Dannan - Galway Arts Festival concert

FRANKIE GAVIN & De Dannan will play one of the major concerts at this year’s Galway Arts Festival when they take to the stage of the Radisson Live Lounge tonight at 8pm.

‘Brave, vulnerable, human and funny’ - Blue Teapot’s Sanctuary

FIRST SEEN at last year’s Galway Theatre Festival, where it made a big impression on audiences, Blue Teapot Theatre Company’s play Sanctuary makes a welcome and well-deserved return in the Galway Arts Festival.

Lee Fields - the second coming of a soul man

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AS I write, shrill shrieks and grunts James Brown would be envious of are busting out of the speakers from my 45rpm copy of ‘I’m A Man’. Indeed the artist’s old nickname ‘Little JB’ comes from his physical and vocal resemblance to Brown. However this is unmistakably Lee Fields, a very different talent.

Galway Arts Festival @ Monroe’s Live

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GALWAY FANS of Irish trad as well as of singer-songwriter Brian Kennedy, will be looking forward to the Galway Arts Festival line-up in Monroe’s this month.

An Tíoránach Drogallach

AN TAIBHDHEARC’S offering for this year’s Galway Arts Festival is An Tíoránach Drogallach, a translation as Gaeilge from Tom Murphy’s play, The Last Days Of A Reluctant Tyrant.

The Adventures of Shay Mouse

THERE ARE some big shows to look forward to in the Galway Arts Festival and in terms of cast-size alone Galway Youth Theatre and Galway Community Theatre’s The Adventures of Shay Mouse is right up there.


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