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Pomp and circumstance, and one unmarked grave

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On June 12 1922 a very special ceremony took place at Windsor Castle, near London. Following the establishment of the Irish Free State the previous December, five Irish regiments, including the Connaught Rangers, the Royal Irish, the Leinsters, the Munsters, and the Dublin Fusiliers, which had served the British army with exceptional valour at times, were disbanded. It was a day of special significance for both the participants and onlookers.

Ed Sheeran spends the weekend at cousin’s wedding in Spiddal

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Ed Sheeran visited Spiddal last weekend to attend his cousin’s wedding and enjoy a three-day festival to mark the event.

Music on Inishbofin

JULIE FEENEY and The Walls are among the musicians who will be making their way to Inishbofin for the island’s summer concerts.

The Stunning celebrate 25 years this Christmas at the Royal

It’s hard to believe, but exactly 25 years ago in 1987, in a rented farmhouse, The Stunning was born. One of the most successful Irish bands of the nineties, they bring their magic to The Royal Theatre this Christmas, on Thursday, December 27 with tickets costing €25.

Arts festival gigs @ Monroe’s Live

MONROE’S LIVE will host two of what are sure to be among the most popular gigs of this year’s Galway Arts Festival - Jack L and The Walls.

Live music with Dave Peyton this Sunday in Suede Bar

Dave Peyton is a singer/ songwriter/ musician hailing from Daingean Co Offaly.

The Walls @ Monroe’s Live

THE WALLS were originally a band centred on brothers Joe and Steve Wall, but this year finds them in a new incarnation.

Temple House tickets go on sale

Early bird tickets for the award winning Temple House Music and Arts Festival, which takes place in the grounds of the Temple House estate, near Ballymote in Sligo from 10-12 June 2011, are now on sale priced €99 (including camping) from www.ticketmaster.ie

The Stunning to brew up a storm at The Royal Castlebar

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The Stunning are back! The coolest and most iconic of Irish bands have re-assembled the original line-up and will play at The Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre on December 28. Steve Wall on guitar and vocals and Joe Wall on bass and vocals are joined by Cormac Dunne on drums, Jimmy Higgins on trumpet and percussion and Derek Murray on guitar. Fans of The Stunning can look forward to a set-list of all of their biggest hits. From first single “Got to Get Away” to instant classics “Half Past Two”, “Romeo’s on Fire” and “Brewing up a Storm", The Stunning rapidly became one of Ireland’s biggest bands.

Enjoy an evening with great Irish writers at Ballina Arts Centre

Half Asleep: Julia Pallone exhibition at Ballina Arts Centre

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