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A young student from Westport will be studying her dictionary and fine-tuning her pronunciation skills in the coming months after being crowned the county’s spelling bee champ and winning a place in the provincial spelling bee final.
MARIO ROSENSTOCK, one of Ireland’s greatest satirists, impersonators, and comedians is bringing his new show Gift Grub Live 3 to Galway.
FLIRT FM 101.3, Galway’s student and alternative station will premiere the radio drama Life Gets Tasteless on Wednesday November 20 from 9pm to 10pm.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) this week signed a ten-year contract for a sound broadcasting service for the County Mayo franchise area, operated by Midwest Radio.
ALEXANDER NUT and dBridge will be delivering the DJ sets at Factory on Eglinton Street this weekend night as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
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The dulcet tones of Midwest Radio presenter Tommy Marren headed the bill at the Network Mayo meeting on Monday, March 4, at the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar. Ably assisted by advertising executive Orla Seery the pair gave a fascinating insight into the world of local radio.
Tommy Marren of Midwest Radio is guest speaker at the Network Mayo meeting on Monday, March 4, at the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar. He will be joined by Orla Seery, advertising executive. This is a great opportunity for business people to get an insight into the power of local radio and how they can best use it to further their own businesses.
André Rieu will make a special live appearance by satellite from Maastricht, introducing his festive Christmas concert, and cinema audiences will have the opportunity to participate in a special hosted live Q & A prior to the concert screening. This performance will take place tomorrow, Saturday November 24 at 5pm in Mayo Movie World, Castlebar.
After selling more than 45,000 tickets across Ireland with the first Gift Grub Live stage production, Mario Rosenstock returns to the Royal Theatre on Saturday, November 17 with a totally new show for 2012. Don’t miss your chance to catch up with Michael ‘Soft Day’ Flatley, Joan ‘Can I Just Say’ Burton, Vincent ‘Ah That’s Very Good’ Browne and many more live on stage. And in Ireland today there are lots of interesting people to focus on and, of course, it would be rude not to give it a bit of ‘Boom Boom’ to Enda Kenny as part of the huge cast of characters - all played by one man - amazing.