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Don’t get left behind next year

Book a summer 2016 holiday with Corrib Travel and you will not only get an incredible trip away, you will also make a huge saving into the bargain. With a vast range of options, you can make sure that your holiday is exactly the way you want it to be.

Newton Dunbar to lead reggae night @ Monroe's

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FOR 30 years, London's The Four Aces club was an essential place to go if you wanted to hear good soul and reggae, but and see leading soul and reggae musicians play live.

Album review: The Selecter

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LEGENDARY 2-TONE artists, The Selecter, have always been my 2-Tone band of choice so I was eagerly anticipating this album. The title, Subculture, lends itself well to the original ethos of 2-Tone which encouraged the mixing of genres and youth cultures - mods, punks, and rude boys all skanking to the same punky reggae beat.

Sizzling new acts for Body&Soul summer solstice festival

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With just seven weeks to go Body&Soul Festival - which takes place in Ballinlough Castle - has announced even more acts taking to the 2015 main stages. A mix of cutting-edge new talent and reunited fan favourites, this year’s programme lifts the lid on a summer sizzler festival set.

Galway Arts Centre explores ghosts and machines

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THE GALWAY Arts Centre begins its autumn programme tomorrow evening with the opening of The Ghost In The Machine, featuring artists Aideen Doran and Marianne Keating.

Programme revealed for the first Sky Road Film Festival

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The Sky Road TV & Film Festival has announced details of its inaugural programme, which includes an exciting selection of Irish television and filmmaking talent across features, shorts, documentaries, and new media in English and Irish languages.

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry - the mad genius of Jamaican music

ASKING “WHO is Lee Perry?” is like asking “What is literature?” or “What is colour?” The question is too big. He is the Muhammad Ali of Jamaican music. A pint sized genius with purple hair.

NUIG students come second in national charity event Jailbreak

A number of students from NUI Galway have travelled all around the world without any money as part of the largest national student charity event, Jailbreak 2014, to raise money for Amnesty International and St Vincent de Paul.

Seanua album brings world cultures together

IN 2002 Israeli producer and engineer Shay Leon launched his professional recording studio Shay’s Studio in Leitrim village, outside Loughrea.

Afrikan Simba @ Cuba*Live

AFRIKAN SIMBA, the award winning Nigerian born, London based reggae MC, will play the next Rootical session at Cuba*Live tomorrow at 10pm.

 

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