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GALWAY'S FIRST comedy show of the autumn will take place in Massimo, William Street West, next week, with stand-up from Stephen Ryan, Eddie Mullarkey, and MC Karl Spain.
The primary purpose of the network is to formalise a system for sharing information, strategies and culture amongst festivals that will represent a strong voice in Europe. It will shape, develop, reach and agree on common positions and perspectives on key issues. The network will be able to develop resources, business models, best practices and information exchange infrastructures to support members in the emerging film ecosystem, providing a unique opportunity to strengthen film festivals.
GALWAY'S FAVOURITE grouchiest comedy cowboy; the man who wrote Ireland's funniest joke; and a comic who put in a memorable performance in It's All Gone Pete Tong, will be live in your living room tomorrow (Friday May 29) evening.
1. Lankum - The Livelong Day (Rough Trade) - Galway Advertiser album of the year
THE BREAK-UP album - Blood On The Tracks, The Bride Stripped Bare, Rumours, Songs For Only The Lonely, Blue, Currents... - rarely do catharsis and creativity go so well and productively together.
CARL DONNELLY, winner of Chortle Best Club Comedian 2017, Chortle Best Newcomer 2007, and Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2007, will headline the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
JOHN LYNN, "the rising star of Irish comedy," according to The Sunday Times, and a man simply declared “brilliant” by The Irish Times, headlines next week's Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
Castlebar will welcome home Ray Moylette tonight when he looks to pick up win number twelve of his professional career.
THE WARNING signs were there, though it is only in retrospect we see and recognise them. Having dominated the 1970s as the decade's key artistic innovator and trendsetter, Bowie was prepared to admit that the following decade may not be quite so productive.
Top Irish stand-up Colin Murphy is making a break for the will-it-be-a-hard-or-soft-border to bring his new tour, which recently sold-out Northern Ireland venues as he would say "down south."