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Flowing Porter back on form

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Porter will perform at the Róisín Dubh tomorrow, Friday July 12, at 8pm.

Regan at Róisín Dubh

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Regan’s 2020 debut album ‘Hemet’ introduced her as an artist with a gift for crafting folk-tinged songs with a quiet, reflective intensity. The release started to make waves and achieved over a million streams on Spotify, and led to nominations for both the RTE? Folk Awards and the Choice Music Prize ‘Album of the Year’.

Riot grrrls at Róisín Dubh

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Cruel Sister, Affection to Rent, Vernon Jane, Red Sun Alert and Galway's own Shark School are all playing a night for the girls, non-binary kids and queers who have been told they don’t belong in a band. This is for the people who’ve been sidelined when all they want to do is join the mosh pit.

Mike Wilmot at Róisín Dubh

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Wilmot is a regular on BBC’s Never Mind the Buzzcocks alongside American comic Rich Hall.

Get your REM fix at Róisín Dubh

REM, one of the world’s most enigmatic bands, may not have toured since 2008, but if you need a fix of ‘The One I Love’, then the Róisín Dubh has you covered.

Soda Blonde dreams big for birthday bash

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The Róisín Dubh will celebrate its 20th birthday next week with a performance by one its management’s favourite bands, Soda Blonde.

Heir to Dylan coming to Galway

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The thousands of miles that troubadour Josh Okeefe has travelled from his birthplace in England, to his current home of Nashville, Tennessee, tells just one small part of a nomadic life in music which spans generations and encompasses myriad genres, traditions and disciplines.

Maxwell brings Bare Maximum to Galway

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Róisín Dubh Comedy will present an exclusive preview of comic Andrew Maxwell’s latest entry to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on Friday, June 28.

Paul Weller tribute at the Róisín

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Featuring classic hits from The Jam, The Style Council and Paul's amazing solo career, prepare for a night of top tunes both past and present.

Birthday bash to toast Galway’s ‘dark rose’

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Tucked away in the city’s West End, this ‘dark little rose’ – named for the 16th Century political love song which has became for some a metaphor for Irish patriotism – has established itself as a top tier venue for new acts, international headliners and raucous comedy.


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