Head over heels in love with the art of cheerleading

Lifestyle - Jessica Thompson meets members of the Irish Cheerleading Team and finds a determination to banish pom-pom image When we think about cheerleading, we think long legs, short skirts and pom-poms, thanks to the...

Alien pop and visual delights from Nanu Nanu

‘Alien-pop’ electro duo Nanu Nanu play the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday, May 7. Nanu Nanu consists of ‘Glitterface’ and ‘Mirrorman’, otherwise known as Laura Sheeran and Marc Aubele. Nanu Nanu began in the summer of...

Ground-breaking KÍLA make welcome return

Few acts down through the years have opened Irish traditional music up to outside influences with the relish and enthusiasm of Kíla, whose gig at Monroe’s Live on Sunday, May 4, comes as an...

Show recalls glory days of the 1960s

Reeling in the Showband Years has been a sell-out success the country for the past five years, and its creators are now back with Reeling In The 60s It comes to the city’s Town...

Former Britpop singer powers into Monroe’s

As lead singer of the band Cast, John Power has penned platinum-selling albums and sold out stadiums and arenas. In addition, he was a member of Britpop group The Las, who scored a massive...

Frank, funny play asks hard-hitting questions

Low Level Panic, a funny, unflinching drama that explores how society views women’s lives, their bodies, their sexuality and their safety, will be staged by Galway’s Anam Theatre at the City’s Nuns Island Theatre...


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