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MISMATCHED LESBIAN hookers, trailblazing senior citizens, courageous African gay rights activists, and gay rom-coms, all films to make you laugh, cry, think, and act. This is Out On Film.
THE STARS of RTÉ’s satirical sketch show, Irish Pictorial Weekly - Barry Murphy; John Colleary; Colum McDonnell, and Gary Cooke - are coming to Galway.
“I’LL TELL you something, I mightn’t be in this business at all if it wasn’t for a Galwayman, Des Kelly,” Phil Coulter tells me during our interview on Tuesday morning. “He was the leader of the Capitol Showband who were the biggest in Ireland when I was a student in Queen’s in Belfast.”
Tedfest, the annual celebration of the comedy classic Father Ted, returns to Inis Mór next month. This year organisers are asking people to cycle to Galway before the event to raise funds for online mental health support group Turn2Me.org
The gateway city of Galway has been named as the best performer in terms of employment generated by foreign firms in the last 10 years with its concentration and growth of medical device companies being cited as the main factor behind this success.
Some of Hollywood’s most enduring icons of days gone by will tread the boards in Castlecomer this weekend, as local author Neville Thompson’s play ‘Of All the Bars’ debuts.
Glenn Tilbrook, along with Squeeze co-writer Chris Difford, were the very first artists to play MTV's "Unplugged" sessions. So successful was the duo's unplugged show that MTV commissioned an entire series of unplugged shows which featured many legendary artists.
HER BOOKS are sold in more than 40 countries; her debut novel – PS I Love You – has been filmed and others are already optioned, and she is the co-creator of hit US TV series Samantha Who?
Glenn Tilbrook one of popular music's most consistently brilliant artists will play Kyteler's Inn on Friday, November 21.
The Meridian Theatre Company presents a double bill of Irish plays by emerging writers in the Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday 11 February, Love, Peace and Robbery and Thailand: What’s Love Got To Do With It?.