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Coming to the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday Sept 3 is Scotland’s internationally acclaimed and mesmerizing songstress, Eddi Reader, of Fairground Attraction fame, along with Ireland’s own piano accordion maestro, Alan Kelly and his gang of acclaimed musicians featuring Steph Geremia on flute and vocals, John Douglas (Trashcan Sinatras) and Shane McGowan (Sean Keane Band) on guitars with Jim Higgins (Christy Moore, The Stunning) on percussion.
Stellar music line-up at Monroe’s Live for the Galway International Arts Festival 2023
Five leading lights of the traditional music scene join forces for a special performance at Monroe’s Live as part of this year’s Galway International Arts Festival on Sunday, July 23 at 9pm.
Celebrated folk duo Niall Teague and Padraic Joyce will be joined by string ensemble, Treo, at a concert in An Taibhdhearc on Friday, May 19 as part of the 'What Will We Be' album tour.
Niall Teague and Padraic Joyce release new single ahead of upcoming album and tour
Galway made band, The Stunning, are back for a 'Christmas shindig' in Leisureland on Saturday December 17. Kicking off the night with Céilí-style tunes from their support group, legendary traditional musicians, Shaskeen, the band are looking forward to a big night of fun with their fans. We had a chat to founding member, Steve Wall (also an actor and member of band The Walls) ahead of Saturday night.
How we relate to our built environment in a social, political and cultural context will be exploited in the sixth annual Architecture at the Edge (AATE) Festival which returns for its sixth edition from October 1-9.
‘AN COSÁN Draíochta’ - a new music commission by musician Johnny Óg Connolly in memory of his late father, renowned melodeon player Johnny Connolly, will be the first public event in the newly refurbished Stiúideo Cuan.
The Merlin Residents Association welcomes the beginning of the restoration and protection works at Merlin castle.
By the 16th century Galway was a compact, well laid out town, with handsome buildings, protected by a strong wall. The wealth of the so called Tribal families, originally Anglo/Normans, built up over decades of canny, and adventurous trade, bought them total control of the municipal authorities. Loyalty to the English crown rubber-stamped their laws to keep the native Irish out of the town. They built large houses in a style that reflected their power, while meeting the aesthetic standards of their European contemporaries. Galway was a place apart from the rest of the island.