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Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh and RTÉ presenter Ryan Tubridy are to be immortalized in Cong. Or their hands are at any rate.
INTERSKALACTIC, hailed as “the future of ska in Ireland” by The Late Late Show’s Ryan Tubridy, return to Galway with their old-school Jamaican style ska.
A short movie featuring celebrities enjoying Clifden’s Abbeyglen Castle Hotel has gone viral after being shown on the famous screens in New York’s Times Square. Ryan Tubridy, Brendan Grace, Mary Kennedy, Sharon Shannon, Tony Tormey and the late Tony Fenton star in I’m a Celebrity Get Me In There promoting the historic Connemara Manor House Hotel to New Yorkers.
INTERSKALACTIC, hailed as “the future of ska in Ireland” by The Late Late Show’s Ryan Tubridy, bring their old-school Jamaican style ska to Kelly’s this Saturday at 9.30pm.
MICHAEL KAESHAMMER, the jazz, swing, and boogie pianist, vocalist, and songwriter will play Monroe’s Live on Wednesday June 18 at 8pm.
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.
The Galway Film Fleadh will mark its 25th anniversary next month when the film festival screens the world premiere of Life’s a Breeze, starring Pat Shortt and Fionnula Flanagan.
Mayo Women’s Support Service (MWSS) are currently taking part in a nationwide campaign which was initiated by SAFE Ireland and launched by Ryan Tubridy in November 2012. It is called Man Up and is an invitation to men and women to address, support and speak out on the issue of violence against women and children. MWSS intends to take the campaign to all parts of Mayo during 2013, starting in Castlebar in April.
MICHAEL KAESHAMMER, the jazz, swing, and boogie pianist, vocalist, and songwriter returns to the Róisín Dubh on Thursday April 4 at 8pm.
Staff at the Ericsson plant in Blyry have been thanked this week for their part in raising over €5,400 for Down Syndrome Ireland.