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LOVE STREET, declared “the English Eagles” by BBC Radio Sheffield, and by UK Country Radio as “an amazing new act from Cornwall”, play Galway next week.
SLOW CLUB have been called “Sheffield’s very own two person take on The Commitments” by the NME, and their soul-influenced sound is coming to Galway to play Strange Brew at the Róisín on Thursday February 19 at 9pm.
MORRISSEY’S SOLO career could be characterised as a three act play, with a dramatic opening, a sagging middle section, and a triumphant - and still ongoing - third act.
HELEN MORT, described by The Daily Telegraph as “the new star of British poetry”, will read at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday September 25 at 6.30pm.
ALTHOUGH IT may not get the same attention as London, Manchester, Birmingham, or Glasgow, Sheffield has proven to be a productive and intriguing city for British rock.
LUCY SPRAGGAN, the English singer-songwriter, whose catchy folk-pop songs have seen her new album Join The Club go Top 10 in Britain, is coming to Galway.
SKY’S EDGE is a hill overlooking the centre of Sheffield, the ‘Steel City’ in South Yorkshire that has long been the muse and inspiration for the sumptuous songs of its native son Richard Hawley.
PULL UP a chair and wet your whistle for an evening of anarchic theatre, live music, and strange goings-on inspired by Scotland’s rich tradition of border ballads.
THEATRE DIRECTOR Andrew Flynn is in for a busy few weeks in the lead up to Cúirt as he is directing two plays in the festival.
Lough Key Forest Park was the setting for another great performance by Mayo AC at Woodie’s DIY AAI Masters Cross Country Championships on Sunday. A mild misty day is usually welcomed by athletes, but many struggled in the tough conditions over hill and hollow.