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THE VIGOUR and energy Wallis Bird brings to her live shows has the power to “kick start an entire economy”, according to The Irish Times.
FIGHT LIKE Apes, Kid Karate, and Sleep Thieves will play six venues across Ireland this November, including Galway’s Róisín Dubh, as they headline this year's FMC Tour.
THE NATIONAL, the outstanding Brooklyn based rock band, are coming to Galway to play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top in the Fisheries Field in July.
THE STORYTELLER and performance poet Dave Rock will hold a one-day storytelling workshop on Saturday December 14 from 12.30pm to 5.30pm in the Galway Arts Centre.
STEP ONTO the Highway to Hell as ‘There’s Gonna Be Some Rockin’’ of a ‘High Voltage’ variety when Hells Bells take to the stage.
THE CELLAR Underground presents a new club night starting this Saturday - Audiolust - with DJs Fuzz and Cova spinning high energy, house, electro, indie, and a few classics. Audiolust also aims to encourage up and coming DJs so there will also be guest warm up slots available over the coming weeks.
As part of his World Tour of Mayo, Tommy Tiernan performs live at Lisloughrey Lodge Hotel, in Cong, Co Mayo, on Sunday August 12. Tommy is delighted to be back in Mayo. It’s Tiernan country too, with relatives all over, from Cong to Kilmaine and to Louisburgh, the roots go deep here. Tommy comes from a long line of Mayo teachers, farmers and priests. One of his forebears set up the first school in the county and for that Tommy would like to apologise. He's always felt especially at home here and considers it homecoming of the ancestral sort.
Buffalo Country with the wide open skies, Tommy is delighted to be back in the county of Mayo. It is Tiernan country too, with relatives all over, from Cong to Kilmaine and to Louisburgh, the roots go deep here. Tommy comes from a long line of Mayo teachers, farmers, and priests. One of his forebears set up the first school in the county and for that Tommy would like to apologise. He has always felt especially at home here and considers it a homecoming of the ancestral sort.
Galway advanced to the 2012 Leinster final with ease on Sunday, overcoming Offaly in Portlaoise by 14 points, 5-23 to 3-15.