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ALAN DOHERTY, the Irish flute player who performed on The Lord Of The Rings soundtrack, is bringing his band Aldoc to Monroe's Live on Thursday July 23 at 10pm as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.
FILM SCORES, be they the James Bond theme, John William's iconic score for Star Wars, Ennio Morricone's immortal The Good, The Bad or The Ugly theme, have given the world some of its best and best loved music.
AFTER 13 years, six films, and 1,031 minutes finally we have come to the end of Peter Jackson’s incredible Middle Earth saga. Even if you are not a fan of the movies you must respect how Jackson has handled the immense project.
Those who have been forced through serious illness – I am thinking now of cancer - to confront and acknowledge the existence within them of a mindless ‘malignancy’, whose baneful efflorescence aims at their damage or destruction, will, at some point, be faced with the burden of finding some way to cope with this dark knowledge.
Few writers have done so much to rehabilitate that realm of imaginative literature we call fantasy as JRR Tolkien. In The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion, what continues to astonish is the vastness and coherence of the world Tolkien created.
To say the Galway West count centre in Leisureland was an epic drama which made War And Peace and The Lord Of The Rings look like minimalist short stories is an understatement.
IT IS a manic time for Dublin indie-pop mavericks Fight Like Apes. “We have worked our asses off. We have not been home for even a week in months,” declares singer MayKay of the whirlwind circuit that has seen them play Oxegen, Glastonbury, Reading, and Castle-palooza, before supporting the Ting Tings British tour this month.