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One of the country’s most respected contemporary folk artists, Luka Bloom, is lending his support to the Geraldine Lavelle Trust and playing a fundraising gig in Matt Molloys on Wednesday July 16.
A local group representing Midlands Simon are hoping to increase awareness around the issue of homelessness by holding a ‘Sleep out for Simon’ in Kilmartins N6 Service Station tonight, Friday July 12.
A local group representing Midlands Simon are hoping to increase awareness around the issue of homelessness by holding a ‘Sleep out for Simon’ in Kilmartins N6 Service Station on Friday July 12.
An exhibition will open on November 17 in the Enjoy Cafe, White Gables in Moycullen at 6.30pm to showcase the photos of the One Day project. All money pledges on the night will be donated to Sonas, the local group for the elderly in Moycullen.
Volunteering is about making time for others and contributing to your community. Yet it also has personal benefits - it can introduce you to new ways to thinking, broaden your horizons and experience, and equip you with skills to make you attractive to potential employers.
The chairman of a famous annual New Year festival - which has been attracting major crowds since it was first staged 34 years ago - has urged RTE to consider broadcasting the event in future years.
The Samaritan Christmas Concert will be held in the Franciscan Friary, Athlone on Thursday December 8 at 8pm.
Well-known baritone, Derek Ryan, will join the choir foe this year’s Samaritan Concert.
Sean Nós ar an tSionann are holding a fund-raising concert in aid of Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin in the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Saturday May 14. This lively sean nós dance group come from Sligo Leitrim and Roscommon and recently made it to the final of the All Ireland Talent Show and had pledged to donate the prize money if they won the show to this hospital if they won. The group did not go on to win the All Ireland Talent Show this year so have decided to hopefully raise as much money by holding a fund-raising concert with the help of their musical friends and some of Irelands most talented acts.
Renowned theatre company Druid bring Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan to Roscommon Arts Centre for three performances only from Thursday to Saturday January 27 to 29. There are a very limited number of seats left for what is one of the highlights of the theatrical season. These three performances mark the beginning of a major 21-week tour and Roscommon Arts Centre is delighted to welcome Druid to the town for their first performance here.