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Seán Tyrrell to release new album

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‘GALWAY BAY’, ‘Come Back Paddy Reilly’, ‘The Mountains Of Mourne’, and ‘The Star Of The County Down’, are some of the best known songs in the Irish repertoire.

Westmeath to take on Buenos Aires in novel hurling match

Aer Lingus in partnership with Etihad Airways, will host the first ever International Hurling Festival in Galway this September. As part of the festival, The Hurling Club of Buenos Aires will travel to Westmeath to play a Westmeath selection in Cusack Park, Mullingar on Tuesday September 17 at 6pm.

Hurling festival gathers sixteen teams from around the globe

Galway is gearing up for yet another festival and the first of its kind.

Local children's writer to headline at Milwaukee Irish Fest

Galway children’s author and illustrator Derek Mulveen will headline the literary corner at this year’s Milwaukee Irish Fest next month.

Galway to host first international hurling festival

Sixteen teams from around the world will compete in the first international hurling festival which is to be held in Galway in September.

We Banjo 3 set to take the Mullingar Arts Centre by storm

Mullingar Arts Centre invites you to sit back and watch the sparks fly, as We Banjo 3 - virtuosi Enda Scahill, Martin Howley, and David Howley - take you on a rollercoaster ride through banjo history, from ragtime to reels.

We Banjo 3 make a triumphant return to Galway

By Roisin Peddle

It’s the Real McCoy ready to roll into the Royal

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It is already being hailed as one of the funniest Irish comedy plays to ever hit the stage. After sell-out shows in Claremorris, Tubbercurry, and other venues as well as a US tour that includes Chicago and Milwaukee, Midwest Radio presenter Tommy Marren brings his action-packed play It’s the Real McCoy for two nights only to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Thursday March 29 and Friday March 30.

Time to rip it up and start again

It’s time to rip it up and start again, nothing else will do for the Ireland we currently find ourselves in. Politically, institutionally, and economically, staying wedded to our current ideologies is no longer an option. They have proven to be either failures or past their sell-by date.

The best of Irish

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Although celebrating its 70th birthday this year, Ó’Máille’s store in Galway’s High Street is nowhere near ready to pick up its pension.

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