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TAE LANE have been described as The Pogues arguing with Warren Zevon, and Galway will see why when they play The Cellar this Saturday.
A round-up of some of what’s happening around the county this weekend including Russian opera, alien abductions, music circles, a year in the life of a willow tree and onstage comedy.
THE THIRD heat of Show Me The Funny, with eight comedians going into battle against one another, takes place in The King’s Head, this Monday at 7.30pm.
THE UPROARIOUS bluegrass, gypsy, hip-hop, and swing sounds of Mikey and the Scallywags will be heard in the Galway City Youth Café tomorrow.
The Laughing Stock Comedy Club are as proud as punch to welcome arguably the best comedian in the world right now to Athlone this April.
One of the most supremely talented comedians working today, Reginald D Hunter, has been embraced by Irish audiences over the past few years. He has headlined festivals across the country including The Electric Picnic, Vodafone Comedy Festival, The Cat Laughs, Galway Arts Festival, and Galway Comedy Festival. He is one of those rare talents who consistently delivers insightful, intelligent humour, while making it all look easy.
THE FOLK, country, blue grass, and gypsy fusion of Mikey & The Scallywags will provide high entertainment for families at the next Adventures in Music concert.
“REGINALD D Hunter joins the top rank of stand-up comedians working today...flying in the face of received opinion in a way that is simply exhilarating, this is a comedy of a rare scope.”
THE AMAZING Apples have established themselves as one of Galway’s most popular bands and they are about to spread the world on their first nationwide tour.
DUBLIN SINGER-songwriter Róisín O, proclaimed as “One To Watch” for 2012 by Hotpress, and her band ,will play Monroe’s Live on Saturday November 3 at 9pm.