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Fund-raising concert to take place in Oughterard

A concert will take place in Oughterard next Friday December 12 to aid with the cost of felling two trees in the grounds of Kilcummin parish church.


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IN THESE times, when daily news bulletins and headlines are dominated by depressing tales of ethnic and sectarian strife across various international flashpoints, the Galway International Retro Orchestra joyously affirms the power of music to unite and celebrate disparate cultures and traditions.

Milltown to host PJ Conlon Festival

UACHTARÁN NA hÉireann, Michael D Higgins, will officially open the inaugural PJ Conlon Festival, in Milltown, north County Galway, this weekend.

Trad lunchtimes at Monroe’s Live

IF YOU love Irish trad and fancy hearing some music during your lunch break then head down to Monroe’s for the Galway Arts Festival Trad Lunchtimes.

David Munnelly band live in Castlebar

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Comedy theatre at The Linenhall

Television actress and stand-up comedian Sonya Kelly (a regular on RTÉ’s “Savage Eye”) delivers a hilarious and poignant one-woman show, Wheelchair On My Face at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday April 18 at 8pm.

Emmet O’Malley to launch debut album @ Monroe’s

EMMET O’MALLEY, the Galway based singer-songwriter, will launch his debut album Playtime, with a gig in Monroe's Backstage Bar on Friday September 9.

Enjoy a Celtic celebration tonight

AS PART of the St Patrick’s Day celebrations this year, Club Árus na nGael, 45 Dominick Street, is hosting a Celtic night tonight from 9pm.

St Patrick’s Day Festival to be a ‘world of wonder’

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In a time of economic gloom it is good to remember that Ireland has many things it can still celebrate and Galway will be doing that next week for the 2011 St Patrick’s Festival.

Síle Seoige is looking for Ireland’s most entertaining family

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From The Clancy Brothers to Clannad to Crystal Swing, Irish families have been involved in musical groups or in the case of Connemara’s The Cunninghams, dance groups, over the decades.

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