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Runaway GO @ Róisín Dubh

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BELFAST INDIE quintet Runaway GO release their new single ‘I Would Go’ tomorrow and play upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Saturday at 9pm.

Alice’s adventures in clubland

ALICE IS not your usual clubnight. It does not take place in a specific venue, rather it is a multimedia experience - clubnight, web page, radio show - and a constantly evolving one at that.

Galway Theatre Festival unveils programme

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THIS EVENING at 8pm in Massimo on William Street West, will see the launch of this year’s Galway Theatre Festival which runs from Monday October 1 to Sunday 7.

Adebisi Shank to headline Into the West this summer

Adebisi Shank will play the top the bill at the Into The West show taking place at The Clubhouse in Castlebar Celtic this summer along with Bats and upcoming artist Toby Kaar. Also on the night expect to find the Vinyl Junkie Record Fair where hundreds of vinyl records will be up for sale that include Fugazi, Sebadoh, The Cure, and much more.

Proust Questionnaire

What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Fairy Hill Music Festival 2011

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ELECTRONIC MUSIC, indie, reggae, DJ sets, Irish trad, and straight ahead rock’n’roll will be in plentiful supply next weekend in Salthill at the Fairy Hill Music Festival 2011.

Elaine Mai and Daithi O Dronaí @ Róisín Dubh

TWO OF the most talented and promising young solo musicians to emerge from the west of Ireland in the last couple of years, play the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 9pm.

Go Panda Go @ Strange Brew

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GO PANDA Go, the exciting new Galway indie/alternative band, play Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh on Thursday May 12 at 9pm.

Go Panda Go release debut EP

GALWAY BAND Go Panda Go have just released their debut EP El Troubador on Bluestack Records, featuring the band’s signature sound of melodic beats and haunting harmonies.

Get in the bank holiday mood with one of the country’s best live bands

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I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the Easter bank holiday weekend than to head to Kyteler’s Inn next Thursday night to see one of the best bands on the Irish music scene show exactly why they are constantly on the radio and our television sets.

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