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DRAWING ON the sounds of Irish and American folk music, Dublin roots quintet I Draw Slow are “one of the most beguiling and singular acts currently on the circuit”.
THE PRISTINE, three-part harmonies, delicate roots-folk melodies, and Irish folk with Americana sounds of Donegal’s The Henry Girls will be heard in Monroe’s Live on Thursday December 4.
The Irish Times and InterTradeIreland are calling on firms in counties from the Border, Midland, and Western Region to enter the island’s most prestigious awards for innovation. To-date the BMW Region is the least represented area across all categories. Companies across the Border, Midland and Western Region are missing out on raising their profile by failing to nominate themselves for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. The BMW Regional Assembly is supporting this call for the region’s most innovative companies to gain national recognition. Applications are invited from all industries - agri-food, bio-science, energy and the environment, creative industries, manufacturing and IT and telecoms – all that is needed is a good idea.
GRAVITY DEFYING trapeze acts, red nose slapstick, poetry, Hula-Hoops, juggling, and breath-taking acrobatics will collide in a show by a pair of performers The Irish Times said are “turning the circus tradition upside down”.
NICOLE MAGUIRE, the Cork singer-songwriter who has just released her new single ‘With You’, plays Monroe’s Live on Thursday November 20 at 8.30pm.
A POET, a short story writer, and an emerging Galway writer are the readers at Over The Edge in the Galway City Library on Thursday November 20 at 6.30pm.
THE 11TH annual Spirit of Voice festival, a celebration of the human voice through song, takes place in The Victoria Hotel on Friday November 21 at 9pm.
HE IS best known as Flann O’Brien, he was sometimes known as Myles naGopaleen, while to his mother and close friends he was Brian O’Nolan.
THE RIPTIDE Movement play blues and roots-rock with full blooded energy, a commitment to the music’s values and heritage, and determination to keep the style fresh for modern ears.
IRISH FOLK legends Andy Irvine and Donal Lunny will bring their band Mozaik to the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 8pm.