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Renowned Roscommon flute player, Patsy Hanly, hosts an evening of “socially-distanced” music and stories at Roscommon Arts Centre with his guests John Carty and seanachai Vincent Pierse, on Thursday, August 28.
Jack Carty, Irish international rugby player who recently represented Ireland in the Rugby World Cup at out-half and is currently Connacht’s leading scorer, will officially cut the ribbon at the showhouse opening at An Maolán, Barna, today (Thursday) at 5pm. The public are welcome to attend, and Jack Carty will be available to take photographs and sign rugby jerseys.
Mayo Arts Collaborative presents an exciting visual art project, 'Kathleen Lynn: Insider on the Outside', in five arts venues around Mayo until the end of April.
LIZ AND Yvonne Kane and Johnny Óg Connolly will be among the Galway trad titans who will be gathering in Monroe's Live for a traditional music concert this Sunday from 4pm.
THE CHIEFTAINS’ Matt Molloy and London-Irish fiddle great John Carty - both winners of the TG4 Musician of the Year Award - play Monroe’s Live on Tuesday January 27.
THE CHIEFTAINS’ Matt Molloy and London-Irish fiddle great John Carty - both recipients of the TG4 Musician of the Year Award - share the stage at Monroe’s Live on Tuesday January 27.
The late John Carty was remembered by his former colleagues on Mayo County Council this week, who met for the first time since the death of the former TD, senator, and county councillor. As a mark of respect the council adjourned its meeting following the completion of the statutory business.
A man of the people” and someone who “always endeavoured to do his very best” were just some of the tributes paid yesterday to the late John Carty, who passed away on Wednesday night at the age of 63. The former politician from Knock had served Mayo as Fianna Fáil TD from 2002 until the 2007 general election, and after that as a member of the Seanad from 2007 until 2011 when he decided not to run again. Prior to that Mr Carty had been a county councillor for the Claremorris electoral area. He is survived by his wife Kathleen and their eight children.
THE IMPORTANCE of Irish traditional music to the Irish Diaspora cannot be over stressed. Great musicians such as Tommy McCarthy, Mick Conneely, John Gannon, and Peter Carberry played key roles in fostering a sense of Irishness for their communities in London, Manchester, and Boston.