Search Results for 'Sean Tyrrell'

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Sean Tyrrell, discovering Who Killed James Joyce

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IN WHAT promises to be one of the highlights of this year’s Cúirt, singer-songwriter Sean Tyrrell will premiere his new show Who Killed James Joyce, inspired by the poems and life-stories of some of Ireland’s foremost poets, both past and present.

Latin Quarter is new home for CĂșirt festival

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The Cúirt International Festival of Literature normally takes place around the Town Hall Theatre, but this year The Latin Quarter is now the official new home of the festival.

Well, Holy God!

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MICK LALLY’s life and work will be remembered and celebrated this Sunday from 5pm when Sean Tyrrell, Johnny Mulhearn, Wally Page, Johnny Moynihan, Tony Small, Lena Ullman, Eugene Lambe, Terry Smith, and Mary Staunton take to the stage for Music and Song Tribute to Mick Lally in Monroe’s Live.

Coole Park Winter Programme gets under way next week

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The Friends of Coole, in partnership with the National Parks and Wildlife Services, Galway County Council, Galway Rural Development, Galway Education Centre, Fáilte Ireland West, and the community of Gort, has launched its winter cultural programme with a feast of drama, heritage, music, and poetry for all ages.

Bluegrass sounds from The Molly Hicks

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THE TOWN Hall Theatre will resonate to the sounds of Appalachian, bluegrass, country and gospel when The Molly Hicks take to the stage.

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.

Major trad album to be launched at The Crane

AN COSÁN Draíochta - The Magic Path, the new album marking 25 years of the Connemara Bog Week and Sea Week, will be launched in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, this Saturday at 8.30pm.

Sex, song, and liberated women - Sean Tyrrell on The Midnight Court

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WHILE OUT for a walk, a poet is accosted by a giant hag and hauled before the court of Queen Aoibheal, where he is condemned for being unmarried and Irish men and priests are given the thumbs down not satisfying the sexual needs of the women of Ireland.

The Spirit of Voice set to soar for November

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THE SPIRIT of Voice festival - a celebration of the human voice through song, story, poetry, and communication - takes place in Galway city from Thursday November 6 to Sunday November 9.

Remembrance concert

An impressive array of musicians, actors and performers will gather in Glenamoy Community Hall on Saturday night December 13 to remember Peter Galligan, a much beloved musician who passed away this year.

 

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