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THE LONDON Lasses and Pete Quinn have made a significant contribution to the London Irish music scene and they are returning to Ireland to play a gig at the Crane on Tuesday. The internationally renowned traditional Irish band are touring Ireland on the occasion of their 10th anniversary.
IRISH TRAD ensemble Lúnasa have been touring for more than 14 years and are poised to release their seventh studio album Lá Nua through their own Lúnasa Records.
ACOUSTIC BLUES singer-songwriter Eric Bibb was born in New York in 1951 and grew up surrounded by the Greenwich Village folk music and literary scene which included Bob Dylan, Dave Von Ronk, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Judy Collins, and Joan Baez.
If you want to see the sun like never before then do not miss a talk entitled “Our Dynamic Sun and Its Earth Connections in 3D” which will be held at the Westwood House Hotel next Monday evening at 8pm.
One of Ireland’s most accomplished musicians in any genre, Alan Kelly brings his quartet to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar for a night of dazzling music on Thursday April 22 at 8pm.
Fringe festival favourite The Event comes to Castlebar
This is a comedy adventure about three NASA chimps that are sent to a galaxy far, far, away. Circus monkey Ham III works in a circus where he's regularly shot from a canon, but still lives in the shadow of his grandfather’s legacy. His grandad, Ham I, was the first chimp shot into space in 1961.
The Celtic Festival has kicked off in earnest this week and one of the highlights of this year’s event is the Lunasa concert which is taking place in the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny tomorrow, Friday night.
The West Awake tour promises to rouse the weariest souls as four of Irish trad’s finest contemporary musicians delve into the rhythms and melodies of their native counties. The group Cora and Breda Smyth (fiddle, whistles), Pauline Scanlon (vocals) and Donogh Hennessy (guitar), can be heard can be heard at Ballina Arts Centre, Ballina on Wednesday September 17 at 8pm. Tickets are €12 /€10 and are available on Tel. 096 73593. Music Network tours provide a wonderful opportunity to see some of the world’s foremost music ensembles at affordable prices in venues around Ireland and are presented in association with The Irish Times and RTÉ Lyric fm.
GRAMMY AWARD winning artist Tom Chapin has been described as “the pied piper of children’s music”. His recordings aimed at four to 11-year-olds and their families have brought him worldwide acclaim.