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TOMORROW NIGHT from 9pm Monroe’s Live will be pulsing to the reggae, dub, drum’n’bass, and Celtic trad, when Intinn take to the stage.
INTINN, the west of Ireland band who reggae, dub, and drum’n’bass with Irish trad, play The Backstage Bar at Monroe’s Live this Saturday at 9pm.
IN THE closing months of 2010 and the opening weeks of 2011 there was no escaping Ryan Sheridan’s debut single ‘Jigsaw’. It has made the Co Monaghan songwriter a household name but behind the song and ‘overnight success’ lay years of hard work, frustration, and a determination to succeed.
Westmeath members of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) have called for a fairer deal to be awarded to turf cutters following the announcement by the Government on a compensation package.
Mayo members Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) have called for a fairer deal to be awarded to turf cutters following the announcement by the Government on a compensation package.
Leisureland in Salthill is the venue as High School Rocks visits Galway on Friday April 29. The high energy, foot stomping, totally interactive production features all the big hits from the High School Musical movies, Hannah Montana, Camp Rock, and Glee. Fans of Troy, Gabriella, the Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and Glee Club will be also be thoroughly entertained. Wildcats are encouraged to bring their dancing shoes, sing along, and join in as much as possible, with a select few chosen to join the cast on stage after a dance off competition.
WHEN THE Go! Team play Galway next month it may be the last time they grace a stage in this city, as the Brighton based collective are thinking of calling it a day by the end of the year.
JP13 and Limerick band Balls on Parade play in Sean Og in Athlone on Saturday October 30.
Sleeping dragons, Jack and the Beanstalk, a very hungry caterpillar, a man who planted trees, and a fish who wants to be human. It can mean only one thing — RoolaBoola is here again. The annual children’s arts festival is back with a vibrant programme of shows, workshops, drop-in events, and more for young people of all ages, and lots of fun for the whole family too, over the October Bank Holiday weekend from Friday 22 to Monday October 25 at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar.
Gorilla Radio are a not-to-be-missed, high energy, pulsating band now touring Ireland, who will be playing at Karma Club Athlone next Friday August 20.