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This Saturday night, April 26, sees Hi5 Orchestra take to the stage for their debut live performance in the salubrious surroundings of John Daly’s bar, Mullingar.
By Kernan Andrews
LEADING EUROPEAN DJs San Soda and Mr Ties are coming to One Night Love Affair, a celebration of all things house and disco at the Electric Garden & Factory this Saturday.
Fancy getting out of the house and enjoying some live music and dancing? If so, the Sunday afternoon tea dances at the Claregalway Hotel may appeal.
On Friday, August 3, the Bank Holiday weekend will kick off in style in Claremorris. For one night only at Eyecatchers night club in the Dalton Inn, it goes back in time with a 80s and 90s disco. The night will act as a fundraiser for the Claremorris Christmas Lights fund.
It is a basic right to feel safe and protected from physical and verbal abuse, bullying, and threats, no matter what your background and identity is. While attitudes towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people have changed and improved over recent years, LGBT people are still experiencing homophobia and transphobia because of their sexual orientation and gender identity. Irish research has indicated that more than half of all LGBT people have experienced verbal abuse and more than one-fifth physical violence. However, many incidents are currently not being reported.
THE CURFEW DJ night will throw another massive party downstairs in The Cellar Bar this Saturday.
THE CURFEW night is back at The Cellar this Saturday with DJs Yoseph and Fuz spinning electro/chillwave and disco remixes.
GET DEEPER, the new nu-disco, deep house, and tech house clubnight, takes place in The Cellar this Saturday.
CURFEW, THE new DJ night in The Cellar Bar, Eglinton Street, returns this Saturday with DJs Yoseph and Fuz on the decks.