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Ireland’s premier Led Zeppelin tribute band, No Stairway, will play two shows in Róisín Dubh next Saturday - the first at 3:30pm is open to all ages, and the second is at 8.30pm, adults only. You can expect to hear some of the greatest hard rock and blues songs ever recorded.
Fiona Graham, screenwriter and author from Kinvara, Co Galway, launched her debut novel, The Chancer. This feel-good humorous book is set in the west of Ireland and Los Angeles in 1989 and follows the story of a small town nobody with unrealistic dreams.
Prior to 1961, public performance of Irish traditional music in Galway took place primarily in the form of céilís in large dancehalls — namely in the Hangar, the Commercial and the Astaire. These were enormously popular — remember the hundreds of bicycles parked outside the Hangar on a Sunday night — but they began to go out of fashion in the sixties and were regarded as old fashioned and backward.
Galway International Arts Festival and Róisín Dubh are delighted to announce that The Saw Doctors will play a second concert at the Heineken Big Top on Saturday July 29.
Two local artists will participate in the Incognito 2023 art sale in aid of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, supporting eight children in County Westmeath.
Galway artists have once again illustrated their hearts of gold with 48 local artists taking part in Incognito 2023, Ireland’s most mysterious online art sale taking place on Wednesday, April 26, in aid of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.
Karan Casey, one of Ireland’s finest singer-songwriters – and a leading advocate for gender balance in the Irish folk and traditional music scene – recently released her new album Nine Apples of Gold, and is currently touring it around the country. She will perform at the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday April 30.
Acclaimed American singer-songwriter, Steve Earle, who composed the world famous ‘The Galway Girl’, will perform at the Seapoint ballroom, Salthill on Tuesday, June 13 as part of the Galway Folk Festival 2023. Known for his soulful storytelling, the multi Grammy award-winning Earle has been captivating audiences for over 30 years, and is set to headline this years’ festival, taking place from June 13-18.
The charity family farm open day will take place on Saturday, April 8, providing a day of top notch entertainment in aid of Embrace FARM an organisation that supports farming families who have suffered the loss of a loved one in a farming accident.
Paul Brady, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and one of Ireland’s most enduring and popular artists, makes a long awaited return to Athlone when he appears in concert at the Radisson Blu Hotel on Saturday, April 15 2023.