Classic comedy never goes out of fashion

TV Watch with Dave O’Connell Perhaps it was the death of one of the finest television comedy actors of all time, Roger Lloyd-Pack, that got the old nostalgia juices flowing – but more likely...

The Coronas in welcome return to Arts Festival

A group who sold out the Big Top at the Galway Arts Festival two years ago, The Coronas, are on their way back to the city for a gig at the Fisheries Field on...

Seamus Ruttledge returns to Campbell’s Tavern

Tuam-based poet and songwriter Seamus Ruttledge returns to Campbell’s Tavern, Headford, with a group called The Full Outfit this Saturday night (9pm). ‘Elementary Chaos’ is the name of the show which...

Singer and acoustic guitar maestro for Seapoint

Popular singer/songwriter and acoustic guitar maestro Newton Faulkner plays Seapoint Ballroom in Salthill this Saturday. A graduate of Guildford Academy of Contemporary Music, Faulkner scored a number one with his 2007...

DIY folkie gets the mix right for Irish tour

The Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell English folk duo David Harbottle and Freya Jonas play Monroe’s Live in Galway on Thursday, February 20. Last year Harbottle released the eight track EP Dawn Breaks with...

Spiced-up sex lives under spotlight in new comedy

Arts Week with Judy Murphy A comic exploration into the sexual behaviour of Irish couples will be staged at the Town Hall Theatre in Galway on Monday, February 17. Jezebel, a...


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