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THROUGHOUT AUGUST, a number of Irish singers and musicians will be featured on Jon Richard’s Galway Bay FM show, as part of the PLAY IRISH initiative.
The Down Syndrome Centre is urging women to donate dresses to one of Ireland’s most fashion-forward fundraisers, Buy My Dress, supported by Kellogg’s Special K. The Down Syndrome Centre hopes to raise €120,000 this year through the fundraiser, which will take place at various locations around the country on Saturday. The Galway Buy My Dress event will take place in the Hotel Meyrick on Saturday from 11am to 5pm.
Galway made TV series Corp +_Anam, TG4’s Ó Tholg go Tolg, and Raidió na Gaeltachta were the big winners at the Celtic Media Festival which was held in Derry recently.
Furbo based company Magdamedia won the Best Irish Language Award for its TV drama Corp + Anam at the recent IFTA award ceremony.
Furbo based Magamedia has been nominated for no fewer than five IFTA awards for its drama Corp + Anam, which was shot in Galway city and appeared on TG4 last year to critical acclaim.
TONIGHT, THE Crane Bar welcomes a special performer who will be well known to many of us for varying reasons. While Maria Doyle Kennedy has starred in some of the most popular films and television series of the past two decades, tonight this multifaceted talent will bring her musical gifts to an enthralled Galway audience. Since breaking onto our screens playing Natalie in The Commitments in 1991, Maria has gone on to feature in The General as well as prominent roles in television series such as The Tudors and Dexter, not forgetting the “great honour” of appearing in an episode of Father Ted.
Jamie Lawson ‘wasn’t expecting’ his leap to fame which happened virtually overnight for the London-based musician. One minute he was playing to himself as an unknown in his London flat — the next he was a UTube sensation signed to Universal.
Whilst its reputation of old is as a supperhouse/tavern, the Hole in the Wall is becoming a centre of arts in its current resurrection.
Against all the odds, the Hole in the Wall has been re-opened to the public as a wine bar and a stunningly intimate venue for musicians and theatrical escapades. The old house which was initially the inner section of an L-shaped mansion originally build by Martin Archer in 1582, has been lovingly restored to its former glory and today still looks as it might have looked in the 16th century.
One of the much-loved Hot House Flowers, Liam Ó Maonlaí has confirmed he will play a very special intimate gig at the Hole In The Wall, Thursday March 24.