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Comedian Terry Alderton to play Róisín Dubh

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TERRY ALDERTON, the astonishingly original British comedian with seemingly multiple personalities, and an off-beat brain that unleashed lets loose comedy gold every time, is coming back to Galway.

Michael Flatley makes an appearance at Muniter Mhaigh Eo Atha Cliath summer social

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In the middle of last month members and friends of Muintir Mhaigh Eo Atha Cliath gathered for their annual summer social event in the exclusive surrounds of House on Leeson Street. The Dublin based Mayo Diaspora enjoyed an evening of socialising and entertainment in its stunning Glass Room which was especially reserved for this event.

Trad music @ The Cellar

FIDDLER BRENDA Diviney and guitarist Pat Coyne will give a concert of Irish traditional music at The Cellar this Sunday at 9.30pm.

Mary Kate Danaher: ‘ I feel the same way about it myself’...

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At last filming The Quiet Man began in June 1951, during one of the sunniest summers on record. Everything went smoothly. There was a genuine outpouring of goodwill from the people of Cong and everywhere in Ireland, towards the project. The crew and cast were happy. The actors were generous with signing autographs, making guest appearances at charity events, and had an excellent working relationship with the director John Ford. Ford was in wonderful good form. He had exorcised his war ghosts by making an astonishing 10 movies in only six years. Now he was relaxed and cheerful, beaming to be in Ireland with great actors, many of whom were his friends, and a script which he clearly liked. He had already worked out changes which he had discussed with his friend and adviser Brian Desmond Hurst in their rented house in Spiddal.

'Bright Lights, Big City' takes to the stage with Dancewise

Dancewise Academy is proud to present their eighth annual show ‘Bright Lights Big City’ in the Watergate Theatre on June 23 - 25 at 8pm nightly and with a special Matinee on Sunday June 26 at 2.30pm.

Breándan De Gallaí – taking Irish dance to the next level with Noctú

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THIS SATURDAY, The Black Box hosts a major new Irish dance show, Noctú, choreographed and directed by Breándan de Gallaí, the dancer who replaced Michael Flatley as the lead in Riverdance.

Riverdance star brings new Irish dance/play to Galway

NOCTÚ, a new dance show, which promises to push the boundaries of the Irish dance tradition, is coming to The Black Box Theatre on Saturday April 30 at 8pm.

Riverdance star brings new Irish dance/play to Galway

NOCTÚ, a new dance show, which promises to push the boundaries of the Irish dance tradition, is coming to The Black Box Theatre on Saturday April 30 at 8pm.

Learn to heal your body at Galway seminar next week

Internationally respected pioneer in healthcare and best-selling author, Michael O’Doherty will speak at a seminar in the Clayton Hotel next week. Entitled Learn to Heal Your Own Body, this seminar, organised by Plexus Bio-Energy, will motivate and empower people to take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing.

Kilkenny dance teacher is leading lady at Lord of the Dance

Michael Flatley and his dance troupes delighted thousands of fans this week at the O2 in Dublin, however also stealing the show was Kilkenny dance teacher Bernadette Flynn as leading lady.

 

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