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As part of the inclusive education programme for the current exhibition, 'LP at 20', now showing at the riverside Luan Gallery, former member of Limerick Printmakers, Mary Claire Keogh, will facilitate a Monoprint and watercolour workshop in the sister venue, Abbey Road Studios, on Saturday, January 25, from 10am to 1pm.
Longford/Westmeath Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Deputy Robert Troy, has said that Government inaction and a lack of appetite to tackle insurance fraud has led to a culture whereby people are incentivised to take claims.
BON JOVI tribute band Slippery When Wet, according to The Times, “play note perfect renditions” of the New Jersey band's greatest songs, and, "they are not just talented performers…they are masters of illusion”.
BRIAN DOWNEY, a founder-member of Thin Lizzy, and the drummer with that peerless and influential Irish hard rock band, is coming to Galway to give a concert at Monroe's.
February is a good month to crack on with planting a new hedge if that’s on your to-do list for the coming year. You can of course buy hedging plants in pots and plant them at any time of year as long as the ground isn’t frozen, and if you only need a small number of plants that should work well.
THERAPY? THE Antrim trio who blazed a trail across the Irish and British music scenes with their loud, lively, and frantic punk/metal, often with a tasty dollop of melody, are touring Ireland, and fans are going to see and hear them in a very different context.
RORY GALLAGHER, possibly the greatest guitarist, and certainly the greatest bluesman, to ever emerge from Ireland, died in 1995, and next week Galway will celebrate both the man and his music.
IF HISTORY punishes those who arrive too late, as Mikhail Gorbachev said, than music fans punish those acts who peak too early.
THE GALWAY ‘A Vibe for Phil Lynott’ takes place in Monroe’s Live tomorrow at 10pm, marking the 28th anniversary of the death of the legendary songwriter, singer, and Thin Lizzy leader.
Tommy Fleming returns to Roscommon Arts Centre as part of his biggest Irish tour to date, performing here on Friday November 1. After the success of his recently released album Begin and his 2012 tour, performing to 50,000 people across Ireland, Tommy returns to Roscommon after a hugely successful open air concert in Lough Key as part of The Gathering celebrations last May.