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Hopefully it will not happen, but Insider thinks that, given the current state of play – and the direction of the political wind – some variant of fascism is likely to emerge triumphant, not today or tomorrow, but medium term, from the political turmoil consuming Europe and the USA since at least 2014.
ON MAY 22 2015, the Republic of Ireland became the first State in the world to approve same-sex marriage by popular vote, with 62.07 per cent voting to extend the right to marry to gay people.
FOR CHARLOTTE, life is sweet. She has a good job, a supportive husband in Malcolm, a fine son in Evan, a nice house in the suburbs. Shame about the past, creeping up behind her.
A new book from Rita Ann Higgins is always a cause for celebration and Friday February 15 sees the publication of Our Killer City, a scintillating and spiky compendium of essays and poems.
Playwright and performer Donal O’Kelly marks the thirtieth anniversary of the premiere of his play 'Bat The Father Rabbit The Son' by embarking on a nationwide tour this year. As part of this tour, Donal will be bringing 'Bat and Rabbit' to the stage at Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday, February13, at 8pm.
THE MUCH loved Three Tenors are coming to Christ The King Church, Salthill, to perform their annual Galway Christmas concert, which will also raise funds for St Vincent de Paul.
HAILED AS "a beautiful portrait of young Irish manhood," by the Sunday Independent, and a "one-man show whirlwind," by the Edinburgh Reporter, Philip Doherty’s acclaimed drama, Pilgrim, starring Rex Ryan, comes to the Town Hall next week.
Twenty five years after its first ground breaking tour, Pat McCabe's 'Frank Pig Says Hello' takes to the stage at Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday, October 23 at 8pm, in a new production that brilliantly captures the legendary original.
KARL MACDERMOTT, the Galway born writer whose short story collection, Juggling With Turnips, was published earlier this year, reads at the next Over The Edge in the Galway City Library.
DANNY O’BRIEN has been in prison. No, he has not been incarcerated, nor has he committed any misdemeanours. The comedian was performing stand-up sets for in-mates of Mountjoy and Wheatfield gaols - an experience which has inspired his latest show, Lock-In.