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"I am looking forward to reunions with loved ones. It’s going to be pretty special when grand-parents get reunited with their much loved grandchildren (my own parents can’t wait to cuddle my son Seán, who they’ve been missing these last few weeks). I feel for older people in our communities during these times who love a bit of company, security, and social interaction. I’m looking forward to seeing families reconnect and out and about again.
Tomi Reichental is a man who unfortunately has been through a lot in his life. As a nine-year-old boy he was imprisoned in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp. Tomi lost 35 members of his family during the Holocaust but never lost his ability to show empathy to others. Anne Frank was a fellow prisoner in Bergen Belsen but sadly she didn’t survive.
With a most distinctive vocal tone, singer and multi-instrumentalist, Sean Keane, returns to play a live date in Tuar Ard Arts Centre, Moate, On Saturday, January 25.
THE LANDSCAPE and culture of Connemara pulse deeply through Ten Ton Slug, not in any obvious sonic sense, but in the band’s attitude, artistic vision, and clear sense of ambition.
CROI8, THE Galway folk-rock/prog-rock band, along with singer-songwriter Michael O'Connor, will give a performance, entitled The Musical Steps, in An Taibhdhearc on Saturday April 6 at 8.30pm.
Galway Races’ marketing guru Sinéad Cassidy was this week named Rising Star of the Year at the 2019 Irish Women’s Awards.
A STAR-studded line-up of Taibhdhearc performers from past, present – and future - come together for the gala celebration [email protected] tomorrow, Friday October 26, and Saturday October 27, to mark the 90th birthday of ‘the grand old dame of Middle Street’.
Tributes were paid earlier this week to the late TD for Mayo East and former minister, Ballina based Sean Calleary, who died last weekend.
A concert later this month will raise much-needed funds for Tomorrow for Tomás, a charity set up to assist Tomás, a bright chatty boy originally from Renmore and now living in Corofin, who has faced some major challenges in his first seven years.
HUMANITY DICK: A Tale of Beasts and Bullets, the sell-out hit of last year’s Galway Fringe Festival, returns to Galway city and the Clifden Arts Festival – each a special homecoming in its own right.