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BRITISH SINGER-songwriter Harry Harris and Derry vocalist Anna McIvor will bring their close harmonies, captivating songs, and warm stage presence to Monroe's Live on Sunday June 14 at 9pm.
BEFORE THE Strypes, even before Imelda May became a star in Ireland and Britain, three London based teenagers were paving the way for a serious rock’n’roll and blues revival. Their names? Kitty, Daisy & Lewis.
IT WAS 20 years ago this year that Al Murray introduced the world to the Pub Landlord, his pompously loveable, slightly jingoistic, opinionated font of ‘common sense’, who espouses a ‘Thank God I’m an Englishman’ view of the world, and is hopelessly in love with being British!
DAMIEN RICE will play the Galway International Arts Festival Big Top on Thursday July 16. The concert, which will take place in the Fisheries Field, will be the singer-songwriter’s arts festival debut.
THE INCREDIBLE story of Alan Turing is almost impossible to believe. This man invented the computer and, with a small team, ended WWII two years earlier than was thought possible, and in doing so saved the lives of 14,000,000 people.
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.
David Baddiel has been one of the major names in British comedy over the past near quarter of a century, even if, for most of that time he has been a writer rather than a stand-up, but his new show Fame, Not The Musical, is finally bring him face-to-face with audiences again.
HELEN MORT, described by The Daily Telegraph as “the new star of British poetry”, will read at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday September 25 at 6.30pm.
“It’s hard to believe I’ve been answering questions about this book for two years,” muses author Anakana Schofield, speaking from her Vancouver home.
AHEAD OF the release of her debut album next week, Cork singer-songwriter Nicole Maguire plays upstairs in the Róisín Dubh tomorrow night.