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'WORK', STEVEN Sharpe's signature song has already been a high energy acoustic number, a full on hard-rock belter, and now it comes in it's third, and latest shape - Gay-Irish-electro-funk.
DONAL MCCONNON, of Galway prog-folk band My Fellow Sponges and the solo act, The Curly Organ, will join Lisa Hannigan, Paul Noonan, Saint Sister, and others at the Hibernacle festival.
Just as you thought the last chance of a proper festival had gone for this year, along comes The Big Think - a festival of talks and ideas - to fill you with inspiration, insight, hope and joy. Galway Summer Garden provides the perfect festival vibe for this Indian summer of enlightenment and laughs. The central outdoor stage is encircled by a panopticon of beautifully-appointed bell tents (each with its own dedicated loo!), from which you can ‘contactlessly’ order your food and drinks delivered to the door.
Just as you thought the last chance of a proper festival had gone for this year, along comes The Big Think - a festival of talks and ideas - to fill you with inspiration, insight, hope and joy.
The Body&Soul Festlval, which was due to take place in Ballinlough Castle next month, has been cancelled due to the months-long ban on mass gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
IT IS fast becoming a Galway institution - Galway Street Club's annual shows for the St Patrick's Day period - with the multi-national band playing the Róisín Dubh on Monday March 16 at 9pm and Tuesday 17 at 6pm.
YEARS FROM now, it’s probably starting already, people will speak about King Kong Company’s show in the main tent at Electric Picnic 2017 with near mythical awe, and will boast ‘I was there!’. Everyone else, to preserve their credibility, will pretend they were.
HER MOTHER did not want her "hanging around the streets", so "if you’re spending all your time indoors, what else is a music-mad kid gonna do with her time except learn to play an instrument?”
THE VERY cream of Galway and Irish rock, indie, singer-songwriter, and electro talent will ring out 2016 and welcoming in 2017 from the stage of the Róisín Dubh for the venue’s marathon New Year’s Eve bash.
AHEAD OF the release of their new album, produced by Mercury Music Prize nominee Tim Holmes of Death In Vegas, Waterford band King Kong Company, are on an Irish tour, which takes in Galway this week.