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Remembering Seamus Heaney

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ALMOST SIX months have passed since the death of the much-loved poet Seamus Heaney and Galway will commemorate his life and work in a gala event at NUI Galway’s Bailey Allen Hall on Wednesday February 26.

Galway celebrates its heritage

Guided tours of Renmore Barracks and mediaeval Galway, classes in set dancing, and a lecture on the cosmos take place in Galway city as part of Heritage Week 2013.

Galway celebrates its heritage

Guided tours of Renmore Barracks and mediaeval Galway, classes in set dancing, and a lecture on the cosmos take place in Galway city as part of Heritage Week 2013.

Traidphicnic 2013 in An Spidéal

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THE SECOND Traidphicnic festival, celebrating Irish music, culture, and traditions, takes place in An Spidéal on Friday July 5 and Saturday 6.

Trad music concerts in St Nicholas’

ST NICHOLAS’ Collegiate Church will host the next Tunes In The Church gig tomorrow from 8pm to 9.30pm.

The Gaels are coming - The Galway Sessions 2011

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THE MUSIC of Ireland, Scotland, and Canada will resound throughout Galway from Sunday June 12 to Sunday 19 during The Galway Sessions, the city’s annual celebration of traditional music.

The Galway Sessions returns this month

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KEVIN CRAWFORD, Beóga, Dermy Diamond, and Kathleen Loughnane are among those who will play The Galway Sessions, the annual festival of Irish trad, from Sunday June 12 to Sunday 19.

The Crane to celebrate tenth birthday

MICK CREHAN has been at the helm of The Crane Bar on Sea Road for a decade and to celebrate this milestone, the venue will host a party running from Thursday to Sunday.

Enjoy music and help Galway Rape Crisis Centre

New trad super group T-with the Maggies will perform at St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church with local group Dordan on Friday November 19 to raise funds for the Galway Rape Crisis Centre.

New music festival to explore the common roots of the Scots and the Irish

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THE CONNECTIONS between Ireland and Scotland run deep, deeper than is often realised. Many are aware there is a similarity between Irish and Scots Gaidhlig, our traditional musics, and the distilling of whiskey, but there is more to it than that.

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