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AL PORTER, the Dublin comedian declared "Ireland's ascendant king of camp" by the Irish Independent, returns to the Galway to play the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8.30pm as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.
WHAT IS pregnancy like for fathers? What can happen to them and what can they expect when they are not the ones giving birth? Irish comedian Bernard O'Shea just may have the answers.
HERMITAGE GREEN, the Irish folk-rock band who have won over audiences across the globe for their incendiary live performances, return to Galway this Saturday to play the Róisín Dubh at 9pm.
THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft market returns this Sunday to the Dominick Street venue, running from 1pm until 6pm, and hosting more than 20 local artists, craftspeople and designers.
HE HAS a new album, a new single, a new Irish tour, and he will be in Galway tomorrow. He is singer-songwriter Mundy who plays the Róisín Dubh at 9pm.
HE IS Scotland's most acclaimed, and most prolific, contemporary singer-songwriter, a man who, the Mail On Sunday, said uses folk music "for its finest purpose: connecting the past to the present, and making both come alive in the moment of hearing".
THE AUSTRALIAN based Irish singer-songwriter Roesy returns home thIS month for a nationwide tour, promoting his new album, Wolf Counsel.
“A GODZILLA-sized monster boasting melodies that could level a mountain,” say Hotpress; “Dynamic lifts and jumps give their sound a full-scale post-grunge feel”, according to The Last Mixtape; while The Irish Times says “they truly are ones to watch”.
LUCY SPRAGGAN may describe her music as ‘A-Flop’, but that self-deprecation is really another way of saying her songs fuse acoustic, folk, and hip hop.
NO SPILL BLOOD’s “ferocious dose of synth-laden aggression comes across with all the brutal heft of underground metal and with the clever intellect of post-punk”.