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‘I wanted something like an Irish version of Dante’s Inferno’

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Dark and audacious, Fisherman’s Blues, the rambunctious new novel from playwright, novelist, and screenwriter Mick Donnellan covers a myriad of genres from crime noir to comedy with an odd bit of religion for good measure.

Mick Donnellan - tuning in to Radio Luxembourg

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PLAYWRIGHT AND novelist Mick Donnellan is not a man to rest on his laurels. Having enjoyed popular and critical acclaim for Gun Metal Grey, Sunday Morning Coming Down, and Shortcut To Hallelujah, he continues to press forward.

Galway Fringe Festival - a fortnight of events

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MORE THAN 100 events will take place during the Galway’s Fringe Festival which runs from July 12 to 28, including a new play by Mick Donnellan, author of Gun Metal Grey.

Acclaimed and talented duo Hanly and McGlynn to perform at the Crane

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HIT SINGER /songwriter Mick Hanly and guitar virtuoso Arty McGlynn play The Crane next week: Be sure to catch them.

The berry vest of Gilbert O’Sullivan at the Town Hall

IT IS more than 40 years since Irish composer Gilbert O’Sullivan first topped the music charts and began his journey towards pop stardom. During a hugely success period in the early 1970s the man born Raymond Edward O’Sullivan in Waterford sold in excess of 10 million records worldwide and became one of the biggest names of the decade.

Ronan Collins reels in the showband years at Town Hall

THE SHOWBANDS were a truly unique Irish entertainment phenomenon from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s and produced such names as Brendan Bowyer, Dickie Rock, Joe Dolan, Butch Moore, Red Hurley, and Big Tom.

 

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