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“The radio and TV is great, but for someone who works in comedy, it’s the reaction from the crowd that really gets you going. That’s where you get a real buzz from.” Mario Rosenstock is one of the hardest working men in the Irish comedy circuit, with a TV show, daily sketches on the Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show on Today FM, and his live tours selling out around the country. The world famous comic impersonator is bringing his new show Gift Grub Live 3 to the Royal Theatre in Castlebar this Saturday night and it is a show that you do not want to miss.
A COMEDY AND arts festival institution, Gerry Mallon’s Laughter Loft in The Ruby Room, The King’s Head, returns for lunchtime laughs on this month.
Some people will go to great heights for a good shave, especially JP Randles of the Galway Flying Club who sacrificed his crowning glory last Friday, May 23, while flying in a Cessna 172 one mile high over Galway city to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society.
Fashionistas are set for the style event of the year when the g Hotel hosts a bonanza fashion show in aid of Console, COPE Galway and Irish Autism Action on June 12.
Irish Guide Dogs’ most famous patron Roy Keane is looking for volunteers in Galway city and county area to help out with Irish Guide Dogs national SHADES campaign taking place from Monday April 28 to Friday May 2. Volunteers are required for street collections throughout the week and for a Tesco collection day on Thursday May 1.
Mullingar Autos Ltd in Mullingar and Michael Moore Car Sales in Athlone are calling for support of the Half Million Half Marathon in aid of LauraLynn in association with Volkswagen and Athletics Ireland.
Learn how to get the most out of Twitter at a free briefing event organised by Irish Times Training, which will take place in Galway next month.
Ballina music group Flat Out took home a cheque for €8,000 last weekend after they won a national contest to find Ireland's best cover version song.
LIVERPOOL-GALWAY punk band Vamos will storm the stage of Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street tomorrow, headlining a bill featuring six bands.