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One of Ireland’s most renowned actors and performers, Des Keogh, is to perform his sparkling new one-man show My Fair Ladies at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday next (June 24) at 8pm.
CHAROLAIS IS an age-old tale of female rivalry with a new twist: the other ‘woman’ is a purebred Charolais heifer. A farmer devotes considerable attention to his prize heifer at the expense of his very pregnant girlfriend Siobhan, who in turn has developed a homicidal jealousy for this Charolais and is feeling equally murderous towards her snobbish soon-to-be mother-in-law.
CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED Irish indie bands will be taking to the stage of the Róisín Dubh over the coming Wednesday nights for the monthly Citóg gigs, with folk-blues, rock, electro, and acoustic genres well to the fore. Admission to all three shows are free. Doors are at 9pm.
WB YEATS The Wild Swans at Coole, published in 1917 and again, in an expanded edition in 1919, is one of his finest collections, containing such enduring works as the title poem, 'An Irish Airman Foresees His Death', 'The Phases of the Moon', and 'Ego Dominus Tuus'.
Tickets have just gone on sale for this year's Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival events.
TERRY MCMAHON, the director of the acclaimed Irish film Patrick's Day, is coming to Galway to attend a screening of the movie and take part in a Q&A with the public.
LEFT-FIELD folk, Bluegrass, and Americana, will all be heard in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh when Laura Mulcahy, Wilde Ida, and Rivers & Crows play the next Mná Mná Music night this Thursday [May 21] at 8.30pm.
The popular traditional music and dance show, The Legend of Gráinne Mhaol, lifted anchor this week and sailed into its seventh summer season and a new home - at the newly renovated Westport Town Hall.
DENMARK IS not a country associated in the public mind with stand-up comedy, but one women is set to turn that notion completely on its head when she takes to the stage of the Róisín Dubh next week.
“A GODZILLA-sized monster boasting melodies that could level a mountain,” say Hotpress; “Dynamic lifts and jumps give their sound a full-scale post-grunge feel”, according to The Last Mixtape; while The Irish Times says “they truly are ones to watch”.