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Ímar Ignite the Passion of the Gaelic Tradition at Monroe’s Live

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The cultural music heritage linking Scotland, Ireland and the Isle of Man comes to life through talented trad band Ímar, who are bringing the raw and powerful sound of ancient Gaelic infused melodies to Monroe’s Live on Thursday, March 2. Together, the multi award-winning band members ignite a fusion of history, identity and connection with their energetic performances and electric style.

Momentum the key as Connacht’s Challenge Cup campaign continues

Connacht continue their European campaign intent on keeping their winning form intact when they host French outfit Brive at the Sportsground on Saturday (5.30pm).

Sporting Year 2022

We lost Phelim Murphy on Friday June 10.

Independent Irish singer Síomha to perform at Dean Crowe Sessions

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Independent Irish singer and guitarist Síomha performs in the Dean Crowe Theatre bar on Thursday, December 15, as the Dean Crowe Sessions conclude for the winter season.

Three further performances now confirmed for the Dean Crowe Sessions this autumn

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Three further dates have been confirmed for the Dean Crowe Sessions, the first of which will see Ultan Conlon perform in the theatre bar on Saturday, October 29.

Connacht's new look squad adds steel to season's ambitions

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A new season starts for Connacht on Saturday with a redeveloped pitch and new player additions, but the ambition remains the same, to qualify for the knock-out stages of all competitions.

Comedy Festival time — Now that’s what I call carefully curated craic

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Ballybane Barber nominated for ‘Scotland’s Best Barber’ award

Ballybane native Peter Healy has been nominated for Scotland’s Best Barber & Best Male Stylist in this years Scottish Hair and Beauty Awards.

Stellar line-up as Cherish the Ladies return to live music, and to Galway

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The all-woman Celtic supergroup Cherish the Ladies has been wowing audiences around the world with a mix of traditional music, song, and dance for nearly four decades. Like most performers, the members are emerging from a quiet few years as the Covid-19 pandemic put paid to live performances, but now the ladies are keen to get back on the road, starting with an all-star line-up in the Town Hall Theatre in Galway later this month. Here, band leader and champion flutist and whistle player Joanie Madden talks about the history of the group, how they weathered the pandemic, and what the audience can look forward to at their upcoming Galway concert.

Connacht claim final day win, but Friend ready to push players to new level

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In a game of little consequence for both sides, Connacht signed off a disappointing URC season with an expected victory over Italian visitors Zebre.

 

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