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Are ya ready to be part of this new blood to shake up Irish politics? Have ya thought about it? Did ya get the call, did ya get the call? Lucinda was in town last night, with the little red book. Maybe your number was in it. Maybe she's fond of ya. Maybe you’ll get the call for BootupdaArseIreland. Tog out. Warm up. Slap those calves. Throw on the wintercream. And then Mike Fitzmaurice joining up with your man with the plummy voice from Wickla, Ross. Sure you have to get the call. Ireland’s call. Your role in history. This is your moment. New party. Wow. Maybe more. Jaypers I never thought we'd see the day when you might be asked to join a party. Sit by the phone and wait.
ABOUT 25 years or so ago, I was designated to attend on behalf of Kenny’s Bookshop a day long workshop on motivation organised by the Chamber of Commerce, Digital, and NUI Galway during which an American professional motivator was to bring the audience through their paces in terms of business organisation and goals.
You know, for some people, 2013 will be their best year ever.
ALL KINDS of music will be heard in Monroe’s Live over the next month from 1960s pop, to country, reggae, and rock.
Local band Seven Days were presented with a cheque by owner of the Annebrook House Hotel, Berty Dunne, on Friday last as part of their prize for winning the recent Tiger Untamed bands competition.
THE DÁIL Bar will host a charity gig to raise funds for The Niall Mellon Township Trust this Sunday, starting at 9pm.
Tiger Untamed bands competition started on Friday March 19 in Berty’s Bar at the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar.
SEVEN DAYS, the young Irish pop/soul/rock band, which wowed crowds at the New Bands Stage at Oxygen, will play The Dáil Bar on Sunday April 11 at 10pm.
The line-up of acts has been announced for the inaugural Tiger Untamed band competition, which will see 24 acts from all over the country doing battle in Mullingar's Annebrook House Hotel.
This year’s St Patrick’s Day will bring a festival atmosphere to the town of Mullingar. The streets will be closed to traffic from 1.30pm and transformed into a virtual festival site. There will be a large variety of entertaiment on offer to suit all ages and all musical tastes.