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DANIEL O'DONNELL will tour Ireland for the first time in four years when he takes his Back Home Again tour on the road in August 2017, and Galway will be among the first ports of call to play a concert.
Everyday Solution are five Mayo boys, one of whom has just finished his Leaving Cert. The five formed a band while at secondary school in Swinford. The band has gigged across the west of Ireland, headlining Enniscrone Festival this year, and the fast-rising Mayo band are playing the Grand Social in Dublin tomorrow, November 14, and have been a runaway success this year.
JOHN GRANT will now headline the Galway International Arts Festival Big Top concert in the Fisheries Field this evening after Sinéad O'Connor was forced to pull out due to illness.
Local lad Cian Morrin, who is part of Louis Walsh’s newest chart-topping band Hometown, will be back in Castlebar on Sunday night (April 5) when they play the Royal Theatre Castlebar as part of their nationwide tour. Cian, from Rhinshina in Breaffy, first came to attention when he appeared on The X Factor in 2012 when he was a secondary school student in St Gerald’s College in Castlebar where he made it through a number of rounds. Cian had gone on to start studying to become a national school teacher before the call came for him to become one-sixth of Hometown last year.
Comedian Jimmy Carr has added a Mayo date to his Irish tour later this year.
Moyvalley Hotel and Golf Resort, Co Kildare recently launched their open air concert for Nathan Carter which will happen on Monday June 1.
Donegal comic Conal Gallen is already well established on the touring circuit, selling out theatres across the country for the past eight years.
For some West End style entertainment this weekend, Beyond the Barricade, a musical production featuring the hits of Les Miserables, is being performed in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, tonight and tomorrow night (Friday and Saturday) at 8pm.
Ballina’s Heroes for Hospice group wishes to thank all those who supported its spectacular sell-out Beyond the Barricade musical in Ballina Arts Centre on December 10, 11, 12, and 13. The group will once again stage the breathtaking Les Miserables inspired show in Castlebar’s Royal Theatre on Friday January 16 and Saturday January 17. Tickets cost €15 and are available from the theatre’s box office and Ticketmaster outlets or by calling 094 9023111 or 0818 300 000. Early booking is advised. All proceeds are in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation.
Acclaimed traditional music group, Celtic Flames, is to perform in Castlebar on November 14 to raise funds for the Geraldine Lavelle Trust.