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Phill Jupitus @ Róisín Dubh

PHILL JUPITUS made his name as a stand up comic, however in recent years he has become better known for his TV and radio work, but now he is returning to stand-up.

Kyne, Cannon, and Higgins - Are they Galway’s rising political stars

The dust has settled; the new Government has come through its first 100 days; Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and US president Barack Obama have been and gone; Garrett the Good, Declan Costello, and Brian Lenihan - three icons of Irish politics - have passed to their eternal reward. What a first six months of 2011 this has been.

Garda Ombudsman investigation into fatal crash continues

An investigation by the Garda Siochana Ombudsman Commission into a road crash which claimed the life of a young Galway man earlier this month is still continuing.

Who Needs Enemies? returns to Town Hall

EOIN HANCOCK just wants break. He wants to clean up his act, detox himself, put his dissolute past behind him, and live a healthier, simpler, life. Some hope when your friends are pot heads, boozers, and hell raisers.

Flair Hair and Beauty Supplies celebrates ten years in Galway

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“An Aladdin’s cave for the hair and beauty professional,” is how John Donnellan, the managing director of Flair Hair and Beauty Supplies, describes his four stores and the company’s re-launched website www.flair.ie and it is very hard to disagree with that assessment.

Who Needs Enemies? at Town Hall

AMONG THE attractions at next week’s Bulmers Galway Comedy Festival is the comic play Who Needs Enemies? by Galway author Conor Montague.

Comedy Comedy @ Róisín Dubh

THE BRILLIANT Robbie Bonham will headline the next Comedy Comedy night upstairs in the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 8.30pm.

Swinging to victory around Mayo

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Michael Mee headlining a new night of comedy

On Saturday May 29 John Donnellan and Danny Dowling will showcase a night of new jokes, spoofs, and sketches at the Comedy Comedy gig in the Róisín Dubh. Headlining will be Michael Mee who has been described by Time Out New York as ‘Woody Allen with a Cork brogue’. The Irish Times described his performance as simply ‘hilarious’.

Proust Questionnaire

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

 

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