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Colin Fry live this weekend at the Royal

Due to the overwhelming response to Colm Wilkinson’s sell-out concerts last year the musical legend is coming back to the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Saturday week, November 13 with his Broadway and Beyond show.

Galway launch for new book on Cuba

A new book on terrorist attacks against Cuba will receive its Galway launch in The Western Hotel, Prospect Hill at 8pm next Wednesday.

Heathers to play intimate Royal show

Following on from their hugely successful single ‘Remember When’ which Fáilte Ireland used as this year’s anthem, Heathers are now on tour and coming to The Ruby Room on Saturday August 21.

Two chances to see Heathers

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IF YOU have heard the Fáilte Ireland Discover Ireland advert on the radio, you have definitely heard Heather’s song ‘Remember When’.

Scots-Canadian rock party at Kelly’s

THE SCOTTISH Highland regiments won Canada for the British at the Battle of Quebec in 1759 and over the centuries Scots have emigrated to and made a new home in the Maple Leaf nation.

‘A cry for humanity’ - Tom Murphy discusses The Sanctuary Lamp

B*SPOKE THEATRE Company come to the Town Hall next week with a production of Tom Murphy’s powerful play, The Sanctuary Lamp, which Murphy himself directs.

Some Cúirt shows cancelled but the festival goes on

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The air travel disruptions caused by the Icelandic volcano have resulted in many writers cancelling their readings at the Cúirt festival, but many others have stepped in to ensure the festival goes on.

Ronan Walsh to exhibit in Galway

THE ACCLAIMED Irish artist Ronan Walsh will be exhibiting his paintings in The Hut, 18 Market Street, from Thursday March 25.

A sneak preview of who is coming to Cúirt

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THE CÚIRT International Festival of Literature celebrates its 25th birthday this year and to honour this milestone will present a strong contemporary programme of events from April 20 to 25.

Wild Beasts - hooting and howling on their own terms

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IN THE isolation of the English Lake District, a group of young men, fascinated by French art and poetry, started to make music without any regard for the prevailing trends in London or Manchester. Through being as uninhibited as their French heroes they have created a unique sound. They are Wild Beasts.


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