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Chasing Abbey to play Monroe’s Live

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CHASING ABBEY, the Irish hip hop trio called "one of the most promising bands in the country” wplay Monroe’s annual fancy dress party this October Bank Holiday weekend.

Achill getting ready for the return of international harp festival

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Achill International Harp Festival returns to Achill Island over the October Bank Holiday Weekend of October 27 to 30 showcasing the finest exponents of contemporary harp playing representing various styles, genres, and musical cultures. The festival is not only celebrating the harp as our national instrument and emblem, it is showcasing the instrument in its international context, with performers from South America, France, Scotland, and Ireland.

BAFFLE Poets Festival to be held at the end of October

The 21st birthday of the BAFFLE Poets Festival will be held on the October Bank Holiday weekend in O’Dea’s Hotel, Loughrea.

BAFFLE Poets Festival to be held at the end of October

The 21st birthday of the BAFFLE Poets Festival will be held on the October Bank Holiday weekend in O’Dea’s Hotel, Loughrea.

Thousands expected to travel to Galway for Comedy Carnival

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More than 15,000 comedy fans are set to arrive in the city during the October Bank Holiday weekend to attend the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway, an event which is expected to boost the local economy by at least €5 million.

Vodafone Comedy Carnival line-up revealed

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The full line-up for the Vodafone Comedy Carnival 2017 has been revealed.

Be safe - be seen on the road after clocks gone back

With the clocks gone back last weekend, bringing darker days, road-users are being urged to ensure they can be clearly seen when out on the roads. The most effective way to do this is to wear high visibility clothing such as a high-viz vest or a Sam Browne belt when walking, cycling or motorcycling and by ensuring you have working lights on your bicycle, motorcycle and car.

Take care this weekend when using the roads, say local gardai

The stark reality is that to date this year, 156 people have been killed on Irish roads, thirty more than the same period last year. 166 people lost their lives on Irish roads in 2015. 23 persons have been killed on Western roads to date in 2016 and nine of those have been in Galway, four in Mayo, two in Clare and eight in Roscommon.

At the end of the universe, and at The Linenhall

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It is almost here — RoolaBoola, the Linenhall Arts Centre’s ever-popular annual Children’s Arts Festival takes place over the October Bank Holiday weekend, from Friday October 28 to Monday October 31. As usual, this year’s RoolaBoola will be offering another great programme of theatre, music, exhibitions and workshops for young people and their families. It is booking now, and it is booking fast.

Get ready for RoolaBoola

RoolaBoola, the Linenhall Arts Centre’s annual children’s arts festival, takes place this October Bank Holiday weekend with a great programme of theatre, music, exhibitions, and workshops for young people and their families.

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