Desperate celebrities provide jumpy TV addiction

TV Watch with Bernie Ni Fhlatharta Imagine the pitch to the agents. We want your client (celebrity) to travel with us to the Austrian Alps to take part in extreme sport activities. ...

Day of music promises a fascinating journey

Concorde Contemporary Music Ensemble along with The Galway ensemble in residence, the ConTempo Quartet, will present a day of music in Galway City on Saturday, February 8 as part of its work with Galway...

Debut collection from award-winning poet

Claregalway woman Caoilinn Hughes, the winner of the 2012 Patrick Kavanagh Award for poetry will launch her debut collection, Gathering Evidence at Charlie Byrnes Bookshop on Wednesday next, February 5 at 6pm. ...

Nathan Connolly’s Little Matador for Galway gig

Little Matador, led by  Nathan Connolly from the arena-filling Snow Patrol, will play a free show in Róisín Dubh next Tuesday, February 4 “I’ve always wanted to do my own record,”...

Dar Williams gives fresh twist to ancient stories

Folk/rock singer and songwriter Dar Williams has built up a loyal following in America since releasing her debut album, My Better Self in 1995. Currently on a tour of Ireland New York-born Dar plays...

Brits take Mrs Brown’s Boys to their heart. . . but why?

TV Watch with Declan Tierney The Brits are a peculiar race of people. First of all they took to Father Ted, which it has to be said was utter thrash, and now they are...


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