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THE AMAZING APPLES, Don Stiffe, and the Mulkerrin Brothers are among the acts taking to the stage for a major fundraising concert for the Galway Hospice.
Monday gets a bad rap, everyone goes back to work and school with silicon chips inside their heads switching to overload and whatnot. Only chefs and hairdressers seem to look forward to it, the most unloved day of the week. But at last there is a good reason to love Mondays, all thanks to Kirby's restaurant on Kirwan's Lane. And when you add The Black Magic Big Band and a complimentary drink in Busker Brownes into the equation you get one of the best nights out in Galway.
THE JES Choir and the NUI Galway Medical School Orchestra join forces with Frankie Gavin and Cora and Breda Smyth for a major concert on the university campus.
BUSKER BROWNE’S is hosting comedy nights, jazz music, and pop and rock gigs, Sundays to Thursdays.
SÍOMHA BROCK is best known for being a singer with The Black Magic Big Band and covers band The Araby, but she also sings and writes her own original songs.
THE GALWAY Comedy Festival is in full swing and from today until Monday you have plenty of good reasons to get out and have a laugh with all the great shows that are on. If you are still deciding check out this day by day listing.
Acclaimed Irish artist Jack Lukeman – aka Jack L – will play in Kilkenny’s Set Theatre on Saturday October 22.
It’s amazing how a Kilkenny supporter’s mind works. Making my way back to the car last Saturday evening after the Cats had dished out another hammering to Wexford I asked a few fans for their thoughts, thinking that an 11-point victory would have left them content, how wrong I was.
The Galway Bike Festival 2011, as part of National Bike Week, will commence on Saturday. Now in its third year, the Galway Bike Festival promotes cycling for everyone, aims to increase the number of cyclists in Galway and supports a dynamic cycling culture in the city and county.
One of the most remarkably gifted and versatile female artists ever to come out of Ireland, Maria Doyle Kennedy is appearing at the Hole In The Wall in Kilkenny on Saturday April next.