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THE MAGIC Numbers are no strangers to Galway and the quartet of brothers and sisters, return to the city for a concert at the end of this month.
THIS SUNDAY afternoon, the Town Hall Theatre will play host to the acclaimed Polish a cappella group North Cape, who are making their first visit to Ireland.
Cuba Travel have a fantastic holiday package for this winter, where you can discover the wonders of Cuba.
Billy Ocean is the biggest black recording star Britain has ever produced, one who has sold more than 30 million records in his lifetime. And he is coming to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Bank Holiday Sunday May 6.
Irish charity Fighting Blindness seeks trekkers looking for a Latin adventure on a 10-day trek through the Sierra del Escambray in central Cuba. The charity trek from November 18 to 27, begins with a night in Havana and continues at a moderate pace through the mountains to the charming city of Trinidad.
In the early 1950s a group of people got together to come up with ideas for extending the tourist season. They decided to focus on traditional Irish cultural events throughout the country, often with a local flavour, and they called the project An Tóstal. A committee was set up in Galway and they came up with the concept of an All-Ireland Currach Racing Championships. Nothing like this had ever been done before, so it took quite a bit of organisation.
IN 2005 London group The Magic Numbers became instant radio favourites with the release of their eponymous debut album and its catchy singles ‘Love Me Like You’, ‘Forever Lost’, ‘Love’s A Game’ and ‘I See You, You See Me’.