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A gala charity concert entitled Voices of Hope takes place next week to raise funds for young people in Galway and communities in Africa.
Some of Ireland’s leading singers and performers will be lending their voices to a concert in aid of two Galway based charities this September. The Voices of Hope gala concert will take place in the Live Lounge at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa, Galway, on Thursday September 19 and all funds raised will benefit Jigsaw Galway and Self Help Africa.
THE AMAZING Apples, Rackhouse Pilfer, and Voice of Ireland stars John Gaughan and Conor Quinn kick start the June Bank Holiday weekend at Monroe’s Live.
THE GALWAY singer-songwriter Rob Wade will launch his new single ‘Trained Fighter’ with a gig at Monroe’s Live this Sunday at 9pm.
A HOST OF some of the best local bands will take to the stage of Monroe’s Live for the Galway Fringe Festival Grande Finale concert this Sunday at 9pm.
Druid Theatre Co will make its third and final visit of 2011 to the USA when it presents its staging of Sean O’Casey’s The Silver Tassie in New York.
John Gaughan, a frequent performer in Mayo, has teamed up with two bin men to record a pop single ‘That’s What You Do’, which will be released on Friday October 1, with all proceeds going to the CD’s Helping Hands Children’s Cancer Charity.
It’s the third week of rehearsals for Druid’s forthcoming production of The Silver Tassie and this week we talk to the five young people from Galway we will be seeing on stage in just a few weeks. Lara Connaughton, John Gaughan, Martin Kenny, Peadar O’Goill and Miriam Ward all auditioned through Druid’s open auditions process last June.
The acting coroner for north Mayo, Dr Eleanor Fitzgearld, recorded a verdict of accidental death due to gross misadventure caused by massive crush injuries in the case of John Gaughan, Glosh, Blacksod, Belmullet, Co Mayo. The jury in the case in giving their verdict stated that “After considering the statements it was an accidental death of the most unfortunate circumstances and the injuries received by the victim were in accordance with the evidence of the pathologist.”
Neither Iorras Aontaithe nor Westport United took the easy road into the last 32 of the FAI Junior Cup last weekend. The two remaining Mayo sides in the competition were made to sweat it out right until the end, with Iorras having to endure the dreaded lottery of penalties to book their place in the next round. Indeed both sides had to come from behind in their games, Erris trailed Dublin Bus by 2-0 just before half time in their encounter in Carnenash.