Rip-roaring night in store with Gypsy Rebel Rabble

Gypsy Rebel Rabble, a rip roaring gaggle of misfits, will play the Townhouse Bar this Friday to mark the launch of their debut album, Take My China. Over the past three...

Bands join forces for tribute to rock’s finest

 ‘It’s been a long time since I rock and rolled’ sang Robert Plant, back in his Led Zeppelin heyday. Galway blues rock fans don’t have to wait for their fix, though. This Saturday No...

Maia Dunphy series superior to provocative Ch4 offering

TV Watch with Bernie Ni Fhlatharta It’s hard to believe that there is a need for any television station to hold a ‘real sex’ campaign when it appears there is so much of it...

Perm State Ballet presents Giselle

The Tchaikovsky Perm State Ballet of Russia will return to Galway from November 6-10 to perform the classic work, Giselle. The Perm is universally recognised as one of the most prestigious...

Canadian roots singer Amelia Curran for show in Monroe’s

Award-winning Canadian songwriter Amelia Curran returns to Monroe’s Live on Friday, October 18.  The singer’s 2009 album, Hunter received a 2010 Juno award (Canada’s equivalent to the Grammys) for Roots and Traditional Album of...

Primal Scream keep More Light shining with Leisureland gig

The evenings may be getting longer, but truly redemptive rock ‘n’ roll has never shied away from the night. Ever since they sang “I’m getting outta darkness/My light shines on”in 1991’s...


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