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A FIERCELY proud Scot, an unapologetic “unreconstructed Socialist”, a leading contemporary folk singer-songwriter, and according to Dirty Linen magazine, “Scotland's head and conscience” - this is Dick Gaughan.
Following on from last year’s resounding success, Knock Counselling Centre will once again host a Scottish Burns Supper in Café le Chéile, at Knock Shrine Museum on Friday, January 24. This unique event will celebrate the life and work of Robert Burns, the Scottish bard who wrote poems and songs such as “Auld Lang Syne”, “My Love is Like a Red Red Rose” and “Ae Fond Kiss”.
THESE JANUARY days may be cold and wet, grim and grey, but Music for Galway’s aptly named Midwinter Festival can be relied upon to spread cheer and warmth on the weekend of January 25 to 27.
In order to raise funds for a local suicide prevention initiative, Knock Counselling Centre will host a Scottish Burns Supper at Café le Chéile, Knock Shrine on Friday January 18.
THE KINVARA based soprano, Maeve Cairney, will perform a special concert of Irish and Scottish music this Sunday in Áras na nGael, Dominick Street.
Fashion giant Tommy Hilfiger will jet into Galway today (Thursday) to host a public signing session at his city shop.
EDDI READER is something of an unstoppable force. Despite repeated injuries to her back and ribs, the celebrated Scottish folk-rock singer is touring Ireland this month and has a new album set for release in April. As far as she is concerned, life is very good indeed.