Julie’s feet on ground as her new opera aims for the stars

Arts Week with Judy Murphy – judymurphy@ctribune.ie Athenry singer-songwriter Julie Feeney is having a busy Monday. She’s just performed live on RTÉ radio’s Pat Kenny Show where she was also discussing her latest projects,...

The Strypes – busy and buzzing as they prepare for Big Top

The Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell – tribunegroove@live.ie Back in 1965, The Who declared that ‘the kids are alright’ and 58 years later, that’s still very much the case as The Strypes come to...

Keanes sing for Gathering

Three generations of the Keane family showed why they are the premier musical dynasty in Ireland at the launch in Queallys Pub, Caherlistrane, of the Caherlistrane/ Kilcoona Gathering last week. This...

Ryan Sheridan at Monroe’s

Multi-instrumentalist Ryan Sheridan will play Monroe’s Live this Saturday, July 13.  Monaghan-born Ryan was plucked from obscurity in 2010 after a promising stage career, which included tours with Riverdance, seemed to...

Variety and quality in Galway Fringe line-up

The Galway Fringe Festival kicks off this Friday, July 12 and runs until July 31 in venues throughout Galway City with more than 100 local, Irish, and international acts, including comedy, children’s events, visual...

Mark finds new treasures as he revisits Howie the Rookie

Arts Week with Judy Murphy – judymurphy@ctribune.ie A new production of Mark O’Rowe’s hit play, Howie the Rookie, starring Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, and directed by the author is proving to be one of the advance...


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