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Galway 'was the start of the Lúnasa story'

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LÚNASA MAKE a welcome return to Galway and the Galway Sessions festival when the trad supergroup play Monroe's Live on Thursday June 18. A hectic and busy international touring schedule has afforded the band little opportunity to play in Ireland in recent times so this Galway gig is all the more to be welcomed.

Lúnasa play Monroe's Live in June

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THEY HAVE performed more than 1,500 shows across 36 countries since forming in 1997, and their line-up features some of the most respected names in contemporary Irish trad. They are Lúnasa.

The Girl Who Forgot To Sing Badly

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THEATRE LOVETT brings its unique brand of theatrical magic to the Town Hall Theatre next week with its latest touring show, The Girl Who Forgot To Sing Badly, by Australian author Finegan Kruckemeyer.

Nick Cave live satellite event @ The Eye

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20,000 DAYS On Earth is neither a music documentary nor a concert film, it is something in-between and something other, and at its center is the towering figure of left-field rock - Nick Cave.

Chamber Philharmonia Cologne announce Athlone date

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After several successful European tours in 2013 the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne (Germany) is coming back to Europe in summer 2014 with a powerful and lovely new programme. They play St Mary’s Church in Athlone on Monday August 11 at 8pm.

The Chamber Philharmonia Cologne announce Athlone performance

‘Classical music the world over’ - this is the motto of the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne. It is irrelevant for the musicians whether they are playing in a little village church, in the open air, in Cologne Cathedral, or in the Sydney Opera House - their enthusiasm to play music is the same every time.

Galway Cathedral to go blue for World Autism Awareness Day

The Galway Cathedral will be transformed from its normal colours of stone and copper green to become a blue temple, in order to mark World Autism Awareness Day.

The day Munster beat the All Blacks

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IT IS one of the legendary days in Irish rugby. In Thomond Park, Limerick, on Tuesday October 31 1978, Munster took on one of the greatest New Zealand sides of all time - and beat them, 12 - 0. Afterwards All Blacks wing Stu Wilson said : “We were lucky to get nil.”

Opera Theatre Company’s Così Fan Tutte

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OPERA THEATRE Company, Ireland’s national opera company, comes to Galway next week with a sparkling new production of Mozart’s much-loved Così Fan Tutte.

St Mary’s Church welcomes the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne

St Mary’s Church, Athlone will be the home to classical music on Monday August 6 when it welcomes the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne. Starting at 8pm the concert will feature Vivaldi, Bach, Mozart, and Borne.

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