Lance Armstrong...riveting television.

Sporting highs and lows on the pitch and in the saddle

TV Watch with Dave O’Connell Naturally, the World Cup overshadowed all else at the weekend, marking the end of some of the greatest sporting careers we’ve ever known. But that’s enough about Bill O’Herlihy. Alan Hansen...
Gerry Hanley, Seán Ó hÉanaigh, Jerry Mulvihil and Vincent Griffin.

Trad band Roudledum for reunion gig after 30 years

Galway band Roudledum, which was prominent on the local music scene during the late 1980s will make a return to the stage after 30 years with a special gig at Pádraig’s Place at the...
Dolores Keane who plays the Salthill Hotel on July 20.

Dolores delighted to be back

Caherlistrane singer Dolores Keane has embarked on a national concert tour which will see her play the Salthill Hotel on Sunday, July 20. The tour comes in the wake of her battles with alcoholism and...
A ‘tiger kidnapping’ goes wrong in Truman Theatre’s new show.

Radio Luxemburg for Fringe Fest

  Radio Luxemburg, a new play by Mick Donnellan will be presented by Truman Town Theatre Company from this Saturday, July 12 to Thursday, July 17 as part of the Galway Fringe Festival. The show will...

Coronas to perform new songs at Big Top

Making a return to the Big Top, The Coronas play the Galway International Arts Festival on Saturday, July 18.  The quartet played the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, last month, a venue that also saw shows...
He's behind you....Kenny Cunningham at the back beside Richard Sadlier as former World Cup winner Ossie Ardiles hold the World Cup, with RTÉ's other World Cup panelists John Giles, Bill O'Herlihy, Eamon Dunphy, Darragh Maloney and Ray Houghton look on.

Kenny Cunningham – calling it as you see it is a hazardous pursuit

TV Watch with Dave O’Connell Kenny Cunningham is obviously too young to have learned from the mistakes of his punditry pal Eamon Dunphy – but now he knows what a fool you can feel if...


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