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Galway Arts Festival and the Róisín Dubh have announced that Christy Moore will perform a rare stand-up gig at the Festival Big Top on Friday July 20. Joining Christy on the night will be high energy, vivacious trad group 4 Men and A Dog. The show is Moore’s only gig in Galway city in 2012 and promises to be a massive music highlight at this year’s festival.
“DANCE IS not very good at telling stories, unless it is classical ballet, but it is very good for exploring emotion and dance allowed me to go through the emotions experienced of knowing someone who has Alzheimer’s and witnessing what was happening to them.”
IT IS probably Friedrich Nietzsche’s most famous quote: “What does not kill me makes me stronger,” and it holds true for Delorentos who have came through a gruelling couple of years to re-assert themselves in 2012 as a great indie-rock band delivering their finest album to date.
After his sell out show in December Tommy Tiernan returns to the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone to perform his hilarious brand new show An Tain Trail on January 28.
Tommy Tiernan is taking his hilarious new show Poot back around the country and he will play the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on December 22. Tickets for these unmissable new shows are €28 on sale now from the venues or through www.ticketmaster.ie
The Dean Crowe Theatre is proud to present Tommy Tiernan live on Wednesday December 21 with his new show Poot. Tickets for this popular event are on sale now, in what is sure to be a sold-out gig.
Aiken Promotions presents Tommy Tiernan’s Poot at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Thursday December 22.
The five-piece international folk-rock group Jukebox Gypsy play a combination of folk, country, and bluegrass in a wash of harmonies. Showcasing the songwriting of each member of the band, they are able to deliver an eclectic show of high energy, simple, punching songs.
GALWAY REGGAE fans can look forward to Conscious Sounds’ Dougie Wardrop, King General and Kenny Knots who play 21 Eglinton Street, formerly The Drum, this Saturday.
This summer, Castle Leisure is hosting a three-day Hip Hop dance skool. The Skool is aimed at improving the dance skills of youths aged from 10 to 16 years old, with dance styles of Poppin and New School.