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A new course of night classes in creative writing will commence in GMIT Castlebar in mid-September. The course runs on Tuesday nights for 12 weeks commencing Tuesday, September 25, and each class lasts two hours. The classes will suit beginners and improvers.
For any of you lucky enough to be heading to Stradbally this weekend for The Electric Picnic be sure to check out the laid back Trenchtown area where Dave Barry will be spinning some rare Reggae, Jamaican Ska and Rocksteady 45s on the powerful and colourful Mr Whippy Soundsystem.
RADIOHEAD’S MUSICAL journey over the past 20 years has been one of rock’s most fascinating and often, for their audience, a challenging listening experience. The Oxford quintet began life playing the massive sounding, alternative rock, guitar anthems of Pablo Honey and The Bends.
TOM PORTMAN, the gifted guitarist, and his band, will take to the stage of Monroe’s Backstage Bar next Wednesday at 10pm.
The May Over The Edge: Open Reading, the final such event before the summer break, takes place in the Galway City Library on Thursday May 31 at 6.30pm.
THEY PLAY folk rock, gypsy-swing, and a bit of hip-hop. You can see them at Kelly’s Window Sessions gig, and some of the members busking flamboyantly on our city streets.
I FELL In The Bog And Saw God, the dramatically titled debut album by Donegal/Galway trio Rural Savage will be launched with a show at the Róisín Dubh on Saturday.
THE COMPETITION is intense, the array of talent spectacular, and the pints are flowing. It has to be the next heat of the hugely popular Show Me The Funny.
SHOW ME The Funny 2, the competition which seeks to unearth Irelands freshest and most original comedy talent, is back, starting this Monday at 8pm.
Multi-instrumentalist, performer and songwriter Tom Portman will be bringing his talents to the stage in Ballina tonight. Tom will be the main attraction live at The Basement in Brennan’s Lane.