Dublin folk quartet Lankum.

Exciting Dublin outfit Lankum give fresh twist to Irish music

The incredible Lankum, formerly Lynched, come to the Róisín Dubh this Sunday, March 11. The Dublin quartet released their second album, Between the Earth and the Sky, to much acclaim last year. It has been...
The cast of Cupid Wore Skirts. Front row from left; Maura O’Brien, Bernie Greene, Chrissie Kelly, Carmel Scott and Finola O’Brien. Back from left; Ivan Colleran, Liam Curley (Producer), Tom Costello, Niall Flynn and Patrick Whelan.

Love, confusion and plenty of laughs in Cupid Wore Skirts

Moore & Clonfad Drama Society are in final rehearsals for their production of the three-act comedy Cupid Wore Skirts by Sam Cree, which will be staged this Friday to Sunday, March 9-11, in Moore...
Marie Mullen.

Druid’s Marie Mullen Bursary to benefit female theatre artists

Druid Theatre has launched a new initiative, open to female theatre artists working in Ireland in the fields of design, directing and dramaturgy. The Marie Mullen Bursary has been named in honour of company...
Local historian John Bhaba Jeaic Ó Conghaola who helped erect the three billboards at Leitir Mealláin to celebrate Martin McDonagh’s success at the BAFTA awards. McDonagh’s 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' won five BAFTAS and has now added two Oscars to that tally.

Martin McDonagh’s ‘míle buíochas’ for Leitir Mealláin’s mighty message

His movie took two of the main Oscars earlier this week – but ahead of the awards, its writer and director Martin McDonagh hadn’t forgotten his Connemara roots, penning a note to thank local...
Chris Wise & The Hidden Revolution cite Elbow and the late Jeff Buckley as being among their influences.

Manchester band Hidden Revolution for Galway gig

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell – tribunegroove@live.ie Chris Wise & The Hidden Revolution come to Monroe’s Live on Wednesday next, March 14. The Manchester-based band play songs with big choruses and their influences include Elbow...
Blame Me for the Storm is the first album from Galway singer-songwriter Sophie Coyle who now lives in Dundalk.

Musical homecoming sees Sophie launch debut album

Arts Week with Judy Murphy “I’m mad for stories and love to hear a good story at a singing session,” says Galway-born, Louth-based Sophie Coyle who returns to her native city this Friday to launch...


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