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The Tale Of Ancient Lights

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THE TALE Of The Ancient Lights, an award-winning one-man show fusing circus, dance, magic, echnology, and Asian art, is coming to the Galway Theatre Festival.

Comedian Terry Alderton to play Róisín Dubh

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TERRY ALDERTON, the astonishingly original British comedian with seemingly multiple personalities, and an off-beat brain that unleashed lets loose comedy gold every time, is coming back to Galway.

Le Galaxie to launch new album in Galway

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LE GALAXIE, the Dublin quartet, who have thrilled Galway dancefloors with their mix of exhilarating disco, funk, and indie-electro, launch their new album in the Róisín Dubh.

‘I’m a novelist who briefly blogged, rather than a blogger turned novelist’

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Galway writer Lisa McInerney has been hailed by The Irish Times as “the most talented writer at work today in Ireland”. For several years, as Sweary Lady, she penned the award-winning blog The Arse End of Ireland, about life on a Galway council estate.

Delorentos play Seapoint on Saturday

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DELORENTOS CONTINUE their ascent as one of Ireland’s finest, and most popular, bands with a ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ show at Seapoint Ballroom, Salthill, this Saturday at 8pm.

‘As a writer you see something from the outside, but you also have the view from inside’

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When award winning English novelist and short story writer Jon McGregor comes to Galway, to read at the Cúirt International Festival of Literature, it will be his second visit to the county in less than a month.

Cúirt/Over The Edge New Writing Showcase

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EMERGING WRITERS Alvy Carragher, Mary McGill, Teresa Sweeney, Daniel Roy Connolly, and Sonya Gildea, will read at the Cúirt and Over The Edge New Writing Showcase.

God Bless The Child at Town Hall

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THE SHORT stories of Cork born author Frank O’Connor are universally regarded as being classics of their kind. Now, for the first time, three of those funniest stories are being brought together as the play God Bless The Child.

Grace Wilde - debut EP and Monroe’s Live show

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GRACE WILDE, the Irish duo of Audrey Fay and Enda Duffy, praised by The Irish Times as delivering “delicious melodrama” and “a tightly disciplined mix of intimate rock and bluesy soul” play Monroe’s Live.

Will FG run Hildegarde, just for sake of it?

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There is an outdated assumption that formulating a party’s ticket for an election is a straightforward process. The incumbent TDs will spearhead the attack, flanked, meanwhile by a couple of no-hope sweepers from the remote reaches of the constituency.

 

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