Seán Leonard as Humanity Dick Martin.

Humanity Dick rides again in revival of one-man show

The one-man show, Humanity Dick: A Tale of Beasts and Bullets, which was a sell-out success at the Galway Fringe Festival last year 2016 coming to Moycullen on Saturday, May 6. Seán Leonard’s one-man drama...
Too Much for the Whiteman back in 1989 . . . Front: Mike Ivory. Middle: the late Dermot Holian, Axel Grude, Mouse McHugh, Alan Flynn; Back: Gerry McHugh.

Too Much for the Whiteman reunite for special show

Tuam’s first and only reggae band, which was formed in the late 1980s, will be reforming for the second time in as many years in tribute to their bass player who lost his battle...
We Banjo 3.

Rousing show in store from We Banjo 3 and guests

Fresh from their latest tour of the USA, the band of virtuosos that are We Banjo 3 come to The Black Box on Friday, May 26. It’s been an action-packed year so far for their...
French pianist Cédric Tiberghien who will join forces with Finghin Collins for a concert next Thursday evening.

Dynamic piano duo in concert

Music for Galway’s artistic director, the pianist Finghin Collins will be joined by his colleague and friend, French pianist Cédric Tiberghien for a night of piano frolics on Thursday next, May 4, at the...
The one and only Prince.

Celebration of Prince at Black Box Theatre

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell – A year after the death of the phenomenal performer Prince, Purple Rain: A Celebration comes to Galway City’s Black Box on Saturday, May 20. Led by Jimi Love,...
Kerry musician Cormac Begley, who will be joined by special guests this Friday night in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church for the launch of his debut solo album.

Cormac hits right note with concertina album

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Award-winning concertina player, Cormac Begley, the man who started the Tunes in the Church series here in Galway, will make a welcome return to the city this Friday night. He’s back...


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