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SIVE, THE singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, called "one of the most inspiring and exciting artists of our time", by Female First UK, plays the next Eclectics night.
AGRIPPINA LIVE from New York, The Cherry Orchard live from the Black Box Theatre, and an exhibition of Lucien Freud will all be seen on the big screens at the Pálás Cinema.
Offaly tunesmith - Mundy - will be making his first appearance in the Garbos venue in Castlebar next month, where he takes to the stage on Saturday, March 7, with support on the night from local singer songwriter, Rebecca McRedmond.
Festivals and community event committees from organisations such as the Athlone River Festival, Athlone Drama Festival, Moate Agricultural Show and their Midlands counterparts have been invited to participate in an engagement programme of events in the Enterprise and Technology Centre Ballinasloe, on Saturday, February 29.
One of Ireland's finest songwriters, singers and multi-instrumentalist, Paul Brady will grace the surrounds of the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone on Friday, March 27, as part of his 2020 Irish tour.
The housing and homelessness crisis is the “defining issue for this generation”, with nearly 10,000 people homeless; home ownership at its lowest in 50 years; while thousands are caught “in a trap” with “sky-high rents” and insecure tenure.
Opposition to raising to 67 the age at which a person can qualify for the State pension has intensified since the start of the General Election campaign, and Labour has pledged its "full support" to the #STOP67 campaign.
“I ALWEAYS really struggled with my identity – who I was, where I was from. I always had my cowboy hat with me, but at the same time, you adapt to your environment.”
WHAT HAPPENS when a touring stand-up comedian can no longer stand up? This is the central question in Reformer, the new show from the award winning Irish comedian, Danny O'Brien.
Caitlín Ní Chualáin, sean-nós singer-in-residence at NUI Galway, will give a second series of sean-nós singing workshops beginning at 7pm on Tuesday, January 14, and running every second week until February 11. The workshops will take place in the seminar room at the Centre for Irish Studies, NUI Galway.