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BE VERY frightened! Scottish storyteller and writer Rab Fulton will host one of his popular Celtic Tales storytelling sessions as part of the Galway Fringe Festival, focussng on "tales of terror from Scotland and Ireland".
DOIRE PRESS will host a reading at The Crane Bar, Sea Road, next Monday June 8, featuring Breda Wall Ryan, John MacKenna and Robyn Rowland, all three of whom have recently had had new collections published by the Indreabhán-based company.
THE GALWAY Sessions festival, the annual celebration of Irish folk, trad, and dance, returns from Monday June 15 to Sunday 21, with a special focus on Connemara's many and magnificent musicians, singers, and dancers.
ANDRES MARTORELL is a man on the move. Sunday night found the singer in Carna, where he was taking part in a traditional singers circle. The following morning comes this interview. An hour later he is en route to Dublin to catch a flight to Denmark.
SYRIAN WRITER Amani Maihoub will read her fiction at the launch of issue 37 of Galway based magazine Crannóg.
EMMET SCANLAN and his band What the Good Thought are coming home to play two gigs in Galway city this month.
IN THESE times, when daily news bulletins and headlines are dominated by depressing tales of ethnic and sectarian strife across various international flashpoints, the Galway International Retro Orchestra joyously affirms the power of music to unite and celebrate disparate cultures and traditions.
IT HAS taken nearly 20 years, but Galway accordionist Seamus Walshe is getting ready to launch his new album, Turas (Journey), with a gig in The Crane Bar.
AMSTERDAM TRIO Dinosaur will bring their elegant, at times explosive, jazz/folk/rock fusion to County Galway this month at four separate shows.
Successful Ballinrobe author Mick Donnellan is bringing his story of a tiger kidnapping gone wrong to stage in Galway for one of the city’s premier arts festivals.