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Get funky with The Good Hustle

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THE FUNK, the whole funk, and nothing but the funk, will be the order of business when Galway review band The Good Hustle play The Loft @ Seven.

Harlem Gospel Choir to play Galway in November

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THE LEGENDARY Harlem Gospel Choir returns to Ireland in November for a nationwide tour which will take in Galway.

Get ready to Shuffle

LEADING SOUL DJ Dave Barry returns with another of his excellent Shuffle nights to the Róisín Dubh on Friday February 21 at 11.30pm.

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.

Kilisha’s fashion dream comes true

Last week little Kilisha Glennon became a princess for the day, thanks to Share a Dream.

NUIG boy band films music video for charity

Forget Westlife, Boyzone, or even One Direction, and make way for the new kids on the block, a group of NUI Galway students who have donned the obligatory matching white outfits, plastered the cheesy grins, and brought their dodgy syncronised dance moves not just to the campus grounds, but to the streets of Galway, and to a YouTube audience all in aid of a very worthy cause.

Cause for Fashion to make Kilisha’s dreams come true

A fashion show and spring style event, Cause for Fashion, will take place on Thursday March 29 in the Sheraton Hotel Athlone in aid of Share a Dream Foundation and St Hilda’s Hospice.

Funeral tomorrow of NUI Galway student who died after Mullingar assault

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A night out celebrating turned into a nightmare when a NUI Galway student died as a result of a horrific assault days earlier in Mullingar, Westmeath.

Get down tonight with Superfly

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Superfly is Kilkenny's newest club night, the brain child of organisers Don Kennedy & Richard O'Brien, bringing all things soulful and funky to the city in the front bar of McSorely's tonight.

Thissideup Acrobatics’ ‘eye-popping and graceful show’

In recent years Galway Arts Festival audiences have been wowed by the circus skills and acrobatic brilliance of Australia’s Circa company but this year Melbourne’s Thissideup Acrobatics are set to emulate their compatriots with their much-acclaimed Controlled Falling Project.


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