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STREETS IN My Mind, the debut album by Galway singer, songwriter, rapper, and producer Chris Haze, has been a long time coming, and for the artist, it represents “the end and a new start”.
Galway organ donors will be honoured in a special Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving to be broadcast on RTE 1 on Sunday (11am).
Get ready for the ultimate retro night with the launch of YOYO at Monroes Late Bar & Venue - Rewinding back to the good old days with the very best of 80s,90s & 00s tunes.
After the amazing 2017 production of Disney’s Aladdin Jr, Galway’s annual summer musical this year produced by Twin Productions, and running at the Town Hall from August 22 to 26, is The Wiz – based on the ever-popular The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L Frank Baum. First performed in 1974, The Wiz features a book by William F Brown, music and lyrics by Charlie Smalls and all the lovable and wicked characters in a funky musical rendering of the classic tale. The show won seven Tony Awards when it was staged on Broadway, where it ran for four years, and it has since gone on to become a cult classic.
Get ready for ghastly ghouls, jumping Jack O’Lanterns, and hair-raising hocus pocus at Mayo’s most beautiful haunted house. The annual Halloween Fest at Westport House is bringing back the black cats and broomsticks for a fangtastic fright fest from Saturday October 29 to Monday October 31, from 10am to 6pm daily. And you could win a ticket for a family of four worth €40. As the house is transformed with webs, wizards, and witchcraft, it is guaranteed to rival even the latest Harry Potter novel. Indulge your little ones in fun and games, workshops and activities - frightening fun for all the family at Westport House.
It is hard to believe that it is been more than 30 years since Rattlesnakes announced the arrival of the singular pop sensibility of Lloyd Cole. Literate and melodic with airy allusions to the likes of Eve Marie Saint and Simone Du Beauvoir, it was one of the defining albums of its time and sounds just as good today.
"THE BURNING Hell write the kind of literate, funny, catchy songs that makes you want to learn all the words and shout them passionately back in their faces." So said Drowned in Sound, about the Canadian band that plays Galway next week.
It’s a busy weekend at The Snug Bar, with a cocktail of musical entertainment and sport that will get the adrenalin pumping!
GARETH PEARSON, the phenomenal fingerstyle guitarist, who has won praise and admiration from fellow guitarists, including Jan Akkerman, who called him "a genius", plays Galway this weekend.
Renowned international artist, John Kingerlee, will make a rare appearance at a special exhibition of his work in the Luan Gallery Athlone on January 16, to celebrate his upcoming 80th birthday.