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Noriana Kennedy to launch debut album in Kelly’s

GALWAY folk singer, musician, and songwriter Noriana Kennedy will launch her debut album Ebb’n’Flow with a concert in Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street, on Thursday May 5 at 9pm.

Singer Don Stiffe through to final of All-Ireland Talent Show

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Galway singer Don Stiffe has secured his place in the final of the All-Ireland Talent Show following an outstanding rendition of the Christy Hennessy ballad, “Roll Back the Clouds”.

Cracking Christmas line up at Campbell’s Tavern

Campbell’s Tavern in Cloughanover, Headford, has a great line up of entertainment in store this Christmas which is sure to have a little bit of something for everyone, kicking off this evening, Friday December 10, with the Wii Olympics and cocktail night from 10pm. That will be followed tomorrow night, Saturday December 10, with a piano session and darts competition. On Sunday there will be a more relaxed vibe with the Solstice Arts Group annual Christmas fair.

De Dannan to play Campbell’s

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FRANKIE GAVIN & De Dannan will play Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, Headford as part of their Up Close & Personal Tour across Ireland this month.

The passion of flamenco on the Town Hall stage

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SPAIN IN the Middle Ages was Europe’s most advanced society, a cultural melting pot, and the crossroads of great civilisations.

Influential trad group Shaskeen celebrate ruby anniversary

ACCOMPLISHED MUSICIAN and band leader Tom Cussen grew up in the Broadford/Newcastle west area of Co Limerick – known locally as ‘the gateway to the south west of Ireland’ – in the early 1960s.

Going, going, gone

Lisbon one week and ‘Comer the next.” Life is a rollercoaster”, as Ronan Keating sang once, and he should know, but let’s not go there.

Jumping headfirst into middle age

Phew. That’s it. That’s the last issue of the first 39 years of the Galway Advertiser completed. from next week, the newspaper turns 40. Which means it will be probably have to be grumpier and slightly more balding. It will have to moan and groan even more, and have the odd midlife crisis.

Jumping headfirst into middle age

Phew. That’s it. That’s the last issue of the first 39 years of the Galway Advertiser completed. from next week, the newspaper turns 40. Which means it will be probably have to be grumpier and slightly more balding. It will have to moan and groan even more, and have the odd midlife crisis.

Leading Galway singers and dancers to help Galway Advertiser celebrate major anniversary

The Galway Advertiser offices in Eyre Square will be transformed into a big concert venue on Thursday April 15 as singers Sean Keane, Marc Roberts, and others, help the newspaper celebrate 40 years in business.

 

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