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After an unprecented sell-out album launch in Westport last year, Galway-based folk band, The Whileaways, will take to the stage at Westport Town Hall on Saturday, August 24, for an intimate acoustic gig.
Many years ago, Edna O’Brien wrote a wonderful book called August is a Wicked Month. That book, of course, referred to lover-like dilemmas, sex, and all sorts of other possibilities and probabilities. But it doesn’t take from the title, which we can correctly interpret now as applying to this month of August.
A CONGOLESE guitarist and an Irish percussionist, who together create "redemptive music" that delivers "a cataclysm of moods and moves to share", according to The Irish Times, are coming to Galway.
Natulique is the only Ecocert Certified Organic Hair Colour in the world and is taking Ireland by storm.
Security is to be tightened at the Masjid Maryam mosque on the Old Monivea Road, following an attack on the building which was widely considered to be racist and Islamophobic in motivation.
GALWAY ELECTRO-POP singer-songwriter LAOISE, and Dublin band Shrug Life, well known to Galway indie-rock audiences, have new singles. LAOISE's 'Seriously?' is out now, while Shrug Life's 'Strangers' arrives in late August.
EMMAN IDAMA, the Nigerian-born Irish citizen, hailed as “charming and energetic" with "panache and charm to spare” by Chortle.co.uk, headlines the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
A short story competition to be judged by award-winning writers, Thomas Morris and Wendy Erskine, is part of this year’s Wild Atlantic Words Festival.
THE STRANGE BREW Summer Shindig, Galway city's annual celebration of all things indie-rock - from the idea of indie as a genre to the philosophy of independent music and labels - returns to the Róisín Dubh.