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THE SAW Doctors’ Leo Moran, journalist Olaf Tyaransen, writer Conor Montague, and singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge, will gather in the Róisín Dubh for a Cúirt event.
A rip-roaring national tour featuring renowned west Kerry singer and musician Seamus Begley and the BBC Radio 2 Folk Musician of the Year 2012, Tim Edey will perform in the wonderful surroundings of Milltown, Rathconrath in county Westmeath on Sunday April 22 at 7.30pm. The tour which is targeting local communities in six counties is funded by the Arts Council and organised by Artlands.
TUAM POET and singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge will play Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, this Saturday at 10pm.
GALWAY BORN, US based guitarist Seamus Kelleher will play Monroe’s Live this Sunday at 8pm with all proceeds going to the Galway Hospice.
THERE WILL be two chances to see, hear, and enjoy the songs and poems of the brilliant Tuam singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge in Galway this month.
THE TULCA Festival of Visual Arts 2011 kicks off on Friday next November 4. The festival will examine aspects of the recent fall-out in Ireland and internationally, by addressing artist responses to political, social, and economic collapse. Entitled ‘After the fall’ it will also consider re-imaginings of the future in the wake of these collapses. A range of well-known Irish artists will feature in this year’s programme, many of these artists engage with contentious issues in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland. Tulca runs until November 20 in galleries across Galway.
A man died after being struck by a car while walking near his home in Spiddal at the weekend.
A ‘Galway Mass’ will be held for the late Seamus Brennan, in St Patrick Church, Forster Street Galway this Saturday at 1pm.
FILM MAKER Pat Collins, who spent a number of years in Galway, will be celebrated at this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature, with screenings of some of his acclaimed documentary films on Irish writers.
THE CLIFDEN Community Arts Week returns from Thursday September 17 to Sunday 27 and will feature readings from such major Irish poets as Seamus Heaney and Michael Longley.