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DARK JOY are the most unlikely, yet uplifting, success story in Galway music. A classic rock/heavy metal band, they are an entirely studio bound creation, do not play live, and have no plans to either.
SINCE SHE began uploading music from her bedroom at the age of 16, singer-songwriter Dodie - aka Essex native Dorothy Clark - has gone on to enjoy some level of success.
IF COMEDY was a religion, Róisín Dubh would be Mecca, the Vatican, or Jerusalem. OK, maybe it is more like Knock, but one thing for sure, it is arguably the home of comedy in the west of Ireland.
Mixed race Irish people will be celebrated, and questions and ideas of Irish identity examined, in #IAmIrish, an absorbing and thought-provoking photographic exhibition, which opens at the Galway Arts Centre next week.
Eurovision's Ryan O'Shaughnessy will play at Garbo's in Castlebar on tomorrow, Saturday November 24.
Almost 500 guests attended the annual Mayo Association Dublin Business lunch in the Intercontinental Hotel Ballsbridge on Friday last. Tickets for the event were in high demand and were sold out weeks in advance with a long waiting list registered to attend.
Eurovision's Ryan O'Shaughnessy will play at Garbo's in Castlebar on November 24.
FRANK MCCABE'S 1992 novel The Butcher Boy was both hilarious and tragic, one of the most acclaimed Irish novels of the era. Its stage version, Frank Pig Says Hello, is equally celebrated.
SmallWall sports equipment is a new company based in the west of Ireland. We develop sports equipment that encourages its users to participate in physical activity and go on to develop basic fundamental skills that open the door to playing sports of choice. They also install the SmallWall arena which is a comprehensive training environment that enhances the way we teach basic fundamental sports movements like kick, catch, head, throw and agility improvements in a fun and safe manner.
TOTALLY WIRED, described by The Irish Times as "Ireland’s answer to Flight of the Conchords", but who describe themselves as "Ireland’s oldest and least successful boy band", are coming back to the Róisín Dubh.