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Irish charity Fighting Blindness seeks trekkers looking for a Latin adventure on a 10-day trek through the Sierra del Escambray in central Cuba. The charity trek from November 18 to 27, begins with a night in Havana and continues at a moderate pace through the mountains to the charming city of Trinidad.
AN ORGY of Latin rock, jazz, hip-hop and funk is on the menu when Labana, led by Cuban guitarist and composer, Dany Martinez, hit the stage of The Black Box next week.
To celebrate its new cocktail bar and menu, the crew at the King’s Head are throwing a party tomorrow from 9pm.
THE FUNKY hip hop grooves of De La Soul and the African and Latin American rhythms of AfroCubism will get Galwegians dancing and shaking in the Galway Arts Festival Big Top this summer.
FILMS CELEBRATING women, the relationships between grandfathers, fathers, and sons, the sounds, style, and cultures of Cuba, Burlesque strip-tease performers will all feature in The Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season 2011.
I’ve been reading again, for the first time in many years, Graham Greene’s novels, and in particular Brighton Rock, one of his earliest and still one of his finest, a new film of which is soon to be released.
This bank holiday weekend will come alive to the sounds, smells, sights, and feel of Cuba and its capital city Havana with the Little Havana Festival.
Galway's Little Havana Festival is a new, free and fun-filled event taking place in the city’s Latin Quarter from June 4 to 6.
The new Cuban Ambassador to Ireland, her excellency Teresita Trujillo, will be in Galway this week in an effort to explore and create links between Cuba and Ireland.
When Billy Cameron first went to Cuba in the mid 1990s it was just for a sun’n’fun holiday on the beach. He had no idea the Caribbean island nation, its people, culture, and society would become one of his great personal and political passions.