Faulty Towers’ Dining Experience in Galway this spring

Thu, Feb 08, 2024

Straight from London’s West End via the Sydney Opera House, Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience returns to Galway in April.

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Tudor tunes for St Nick’s

Thu, Feb 08, 2024

Considered Ireland’s premier project-based vocal ensemble, Resurgam return to Galway this month to perform two fascinating composers from Tudor England.

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Dead Men Walking into Róisín’s

Thu, Jan 25, 2024

The band is the well-known side project of Theatre Of Hate and Spear Of Destiny founder Kirk Brandon which includes an evolving collective of his friends from the punk scene.

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Dublin gets Coole Music after nine year wait

Thu, Jan 11, 2024

Gort’s Coole Music Youth Orchestra has been invited to play at the National Concert Hall in Dublin next month as part of the prestigious Annual Festival of Youth Orchestras.

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Monaghan songwriter Ryan Sheridan for Monroes

Thu, Jan 11, 2024

Platinum-selling artist Ryan Sheridan will bring his brand of traditional folk pop, bluegrass and country to Monroe's Live on Saturday, January 27, at 7.30pm.

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Aussie and Irish folk combo for Monroe’s

Thu, Jan 11, 2024

Australian folk artist Ernest Aines and Irish sensation Lorraine Nash unite for a mesmerising double-headliner event at Monroe’s Live on Saturday, February 3, at 7:30pm.

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Stairway to Heaven upstairs at Monroe’s

Thu, Jan 11, 2024

CODA, Europe’s leading Led Zeppelin tribute band, will bring a night of raucous beats and high-octane heavy blues rock to Monroe’s Live on Friday, February 2, at 10pm.

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Keane & Family to play Claregalway Hotel

Thu, Dec 28, 2023

Matt Keane and his family of musicians return to the Claregalway Hotel next month for two nights of entertainment.

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Bilingual festival for St Brigid’s Day

Thu, Dec 21, 2023

Tonnta – ‘waves’ as gaelige – is a new festival for 2024 celebrating the Irish language and Galway as a bilingual city. Tonnta will run from Thursday, February 1 to Monday, February 5.

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Neil Young for Simon at The Crane

Thu, Dec 14, 2023

The Crane Bar will host an evening to celebrate the music of Neil Young this Monday, December 18.

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Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go to Monroe’s

Thu, Dec 07, 2023

This Saturday, December 9, Monroe’s Live will channel the legendary George Michael for an incredible tribute fronted by the vocal might James Bermingham.

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The Academic’s five-year term finishes in Galway

Thu, Dec 07, 2023

Irish Indie rockers The Academic will end their five-year-long term of touring with a finalé at Leisureland on Saturday, December 23.

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BIG LOVE for Monroe’s Live tomorrow

Thu, Dec 07, 2023

Fresh from playing the prestigious Other Voices music trail in Dingle, Dublin band BIG LOVE bring their alternative indie-rock sound to Monroe’s tomorrow, Friday, at 10pm.

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Cello festival teaser for Galway

Thu, Nov 16, 2023

With plans being drawn up for a dedicated cello festival in 2024, organisers are presenting ‘A Taste of Cellisimo’ event with world-renowned siblings Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Isata Kanneh-Mason, tomorrow Friday, November 18.

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Strange Brew presents PROTOMARTYR at The Róisín

Thu, Oct 05, 2023

Detroit’s post-punk Protomartyr’s European tour arrives at The Róisín Dubh on Thursday, October 19.

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Power draws on deep well of emotion

Thu, Oct 05, 2023

Galway’s jazz folk chanteuse Brigid Mae Power returns home this month following her latest album Dream From The Deep Well winning critical acclaim.

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Galway spy deciphered Mozart

Thu, Oct 05, 2023

By Maxim Kelly
Mozart loved numbers. Indeed as a child in the mid 1700s, the classical composer doodled sums and cryptic codes everywhere, and for his entire life the Austrian used a secret cipher in letters to his family.

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Gort goes Ogre for Hallowe’en

Thu, Oct 05, 2023

Gort’s Starz Youth Group will stage Shrek The Musical on the October Bank Holiday weekend.

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Connemara abstracted for Clifden Arts Fest

Thu, Sep 14, 2023

Abstract artist Joan Finnegan is exhibiting a new collection of landscape paintings at this week’s Clifden Arts Festival.

Particularly inspired by the contours and colours of Connemara, the paintings of AS I SEE IT are characterised by bold shapes and vibrant colours, transporting viewers to an imaginative realm of abstraction.

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An Púcán Unveils One of the Largest TV Screens in Ireland

Thu, Aug 31, 2023

An Púcán recently unveiled their new big screen, taking centre stage in their Heineken Beer Garden, which is sure to make the match-watching experience at the city-centre bar all the more absorbing. Described as one of the largest TV screens in the country, it has already drawn plenty of crowds for some amazing big games since it was installed.

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