Bergen-Belsen survivor Tomi Reichental.

Tomi shines light on unimaginable home

Arts Week with Judy Murphy “My home where I grew up was my paradise. I had a lovely life and didn’t know about anything that was going on. My parents didn’t tell me. So, when...
Limerick band Casavettes, who will be playing at the Fringe Festival.

Forging links between independent musicians

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell  - The Galway Fringe Festival is bringing some exciting, independent music to The Loft, Bridge Street next Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28. On Friday, the Limerick-based collective...
Some of the beautiful ceramics made by Tatianna Dobos.

Show puts spotlight on Irish craft and design

Irish Design Works, an exhibition of crafts by locally based designers and makers will run from next Wednesday, July 18, to Sunday, July 29, in Galway City. The Design Works Show, now in its fourth...
Local man John Feeley has gained an international reputation as a classical guitarist.

Diversity and quality reign in Ballinasloe Strings Festival

Headline performers at the second annual Ballinasloe Strings Festival, which takes place this Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14, include internationally-renowned guitarist John Feeley and young German guitarist Daniel Marx. The vibrant three-strong roots...
The Fall mixes drama, narration, music and song in a production that has won plaudits from ciritics all over the world.

Uplifting and vibrant, ‘The Fall’ has a profound message

In April 12015, a statue of Cecil Rhodes was toppled from its plinth at the University of Cape Town (UCT) by a group of student activists. The English mining magnate who’d been a key figure...
The Lost Brothers who play Monroe's on July 26.

The Lost Brothers find true form with superb fifth album

Having released Halfway Towards A Healing, one of the best folk albums of the year, The Lost Brothers play Monroe’s Live on Thursday, July 26. The show is part of this year’s Arts Festival and...


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