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Dylan Moran to play Galway’s Comedy Carnival

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DYLAN MORAN, one of Ireland’s leading comedians, and the star of Black Books, Shaun of the Dead, and Calvary, brings his new stand up show Off The Hook, to the 2015 Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.

Subtitle - a feast of European cinema

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BOX OFFICE smashes from Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden will be screened in a feast of continental cinema at the Town Hall Theatre from January 30 to February 31.

Dick Dowling - ‘ warm hearted hero’of Texas

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When the smoke cleared at the Sabine Pass on September 8 1863, a narrow channel on the border between Texas and Louisiana, two Union ships, the USS Clifton and the USS Sachem, had their steam engines blown out. They had beached on the shallows, and had signalled their surrender. The remaining invasion fleet, and its 5,000 troops, had made a hasty retreat, giving an incredible victory to the 43 Irishmen at Fort Griffin.

Two American songwriters over two nights

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AMERICAN SINGER-songwriters James Low, of The James Low Western Front, and Drew Landry, of Bandryland and Drew Landry & The Dirty Cajuns, play Galway.

Love/Hate’s Nidge to star in Galway Arts Festival

Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, who plays Nidge in the acclaimed Irish TV series Love/Hate, will star in the play Howie the Rookie at this summer’s Galway Arts Festival.

Birds Of Chicago - US folk duo to play Róisín Dubh

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“TAKE SOME melodies, arrange them in interesting ways (soul, folk, country, doo wop, samba, gospel) and the crowning glory – put two of the best voices in popular music over the top.”

Love Is All You Need screens tonight

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PIERCE BROSNAN stars in Love Is All You Need, by the Oscar winning Danish director, Susanne Bier, which will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre this evening at 7.30pm.

Wales declares Athlone a Dublin suburb!

A Welsh paper this week referred to the AIT stadium as being in Dublin, despite the town where the paper is published being closer to Ireland than Athlone is to the capital.

See Peter O’Toole in Dean Spanley

THE LEGENDARY Peter O’Toole will star in Dean Spanley, which will be screened by the Galway Film Society on Sunday.

To the waters and the wild with Stornoway

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WHEN THE English folk-pop/indie band Stornoway play the Róisín Dubh on Saturday April 17 at 8pm, it will be akin to a homecoming for vocalist Brian Briggs, who spent childhood summers with his grandfather in the lakes and mountains of Connemara.

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