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Dynamo Moscow youngsters to play in Umbro Cup

Fifty teams from nine countries will feature in this year’s Umbro Galway Cup that kicks off at Drom Soccer Park on August 8 for four days.

Portumna students go udderly mad with new short moo-vie

Students and teachers at Portumna Community School have been startled over the past few weeks by the sight of a cow running through the corridors and stealing the lunches off the students.

Canadian comic for the Róisín Dubh

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ONE OF Canada’s most outspoken and hilarious comedians Dana Alexander, the Maple Leaf nation’s only black female comic, plays the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday at 8.30pm.

The Rubberbandits to take on the world

THE RUBBERBANDITS are getting set to take on Ireland, the USA, and Canada with a tour which begins in Galway this month.

American wrestling stars set to rock the Radisson

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For the first time in over two years, stars of American wrestling will invade Athlone when the powerhouses of Emerald Wrestling Promotions stamp their mark all over the Radisson Blu Hotel on Saturday February 4 at 6.45pm.

Mike Wilmot and ‘the way it comes out’

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HE HAS been described as “raucous, offensive and downright crude”, as well as being “very, very funny, producing belly cackles of genuine mirth” - both of which quotes come from the same review by The Scotsman.

Galwayman spearheads Irish business summit

Two hundred experts and Irish business people from home and abroad are joining forces in Galway to learn about some of the most current and critical contributing factors to business growth.

Strange Brew @ Róisín Dubh

IRISH/CANADIAN band Nightbox and Dublin/US band Favourite Sons play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh tonight from 10pm.

The Pipe DVD to be launched in Charlie Byrne’s tomorrow

The Pipe, the award-winning Irish documentary on Rossport’s struggle against the economic might of Shell, will be launched on DVD in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop tomorrow at 6pm.

Austra - when new wave and classical collide

“I DON’T think it’s possible for me to write in a major key. I don’t know why. It doesn’t seem to factor in my brain.” So says Katie Stelmanis, lead singer and songwriter of Toronto’s Austra.

 

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