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Show Me The Funny - Heat 2

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FOLLOWING A great opening night, the second heat of Show Me The Funny takes place this Monday at The King's Head, where eight more comedy hopefuls will battle it out for a place in the grand final on February 24.

Emman Idama at the Comedy KARLnival

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EMMAN IDAMA, the Nigerian-born Irish citizen and one of the most popular young comedians on the circuit right now, headlines the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.

Tips for getting your child to sleep at night

A good night’s sleep is critical for your child’s growth, memory, and cognitive development. Sleep problems can cause your child to become hyper, irritable, forgetful, and to have extremes in behaviour. Children are happier and healthier when they get sufficient, quality, sleep. Making it a habit now is not just a good idea — your child’s ability to reach his/her full potential may depend on it.

Tips for getting your child to sleep at night

A good night’s sleep is critical for your child’s growth, memory, and cognitive development. Sleep problems can cause your child to become hyper, irritable, forgetful, and to have extremes in behaviour. Children are happier and healthier when they get sufficient, quality, sleep. Making it a habit now is not just a good idea — your child’s ability to reach his/her full potential may depend on it.

Emma Langford to kick off FOLKIZM in Garbos

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Tomorrow night, Saturday July 6, Garbo’s - in conjunction with Greenroom Bookings - launch a brand new night of quality live music called FOLKIZM.

Galway Autism Partnership fundraiser at the Róisín

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A NIGHT of music, comedy and performance, to raise funds for the Galway Autism Partnership, with the flamboyant and multi-talented Steven Sharpe as MC, takes place in the Róisín Dubh tomorrow night from 9pm.

Bounce - a clubnight for ID young adults

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BOUNCE CLUB Night - the event which creates a fun, safe, and accessible space for young adults with intellectual disabilities to socialise, listen to music, and dance in a club environment - returns to the Róisín Dubh.

 

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