Galway Events Guide
For inclusion in the guide email info[at]flirtfm.ie - private ticketed/commercial events are included at station's discretion. Every effort is made to ensure information is accurate, but do check with the organisers before you set out for any events for the latest updates and prices/registration (where applicable).
MULTI-DAY EVENTS (DAY-BY-DAY EVENTS BELOW)
15 July – 30 July Various Locations Around Galway; multiple events, be sure to check their website for the full listings, we [Flirt FM] have included just a sample, with particular attention to multi-day events.
A Sense of Place (Galway Fringe Festival)
15 July - 28 July Galway City Museum Foyer
Friday 28th July, 13.00-14.30 - A slideshow and lace-display by members of The Headford Lace Project with questions and answers session. Location: Education Room, Galway City Museum, Bookings: 091 532460 (limited places can be booked through museum).
Saturday 29th July and Sunday 30th July 13.00-15.00, Foyer Galway City Museum - Bobbin Lace Demonstration.
Galway Rooftops (Galway Fringe Festival)
15 July - 28 July Galway Mechanics Institute, Middle Street
Roofs of Galway is a collection of Darius Ivan's photographs captured using 360 degrees camera equipment. The poster prints are designed to become the gate to virtual reality space of Rooftops of Galway.
Dmitri Nesterov (Galway Fringe Festival
15 July - 28 July Galway Mechanics Institute, Middle Street
This Exhibition is brought to you by members of the Photo Artists Union of Russia and the Creative Collective 'Tasma' in celebration of the October Revolution Centenary. This show illustrates lives of soviet people from various social backgrounds, how they worked, their everyday life, their education and culture.
Duinín (Galway Fringe Festival)
15 July - 30 July Columban Hall, Sea Road
Though the installation’s title of Dúinín refers to the place where it was filmed on Dingle’s Slea Head peninsula, the narrative relates to a tragic story of a young woman. This was 1950s rural Ireland — a difficult place for many and in particular women. The narrative emerges through a three-panel installation with a complex overlay of history, geography, myth, memory and contemporary detail.
Galway Mechanics Art Group Exhibition (Galway Fringe Festival)
15 July - 30 July Galway Mechanics Institute, Middle Street
Galway Mechanics Art Group now has 10 members, made up of artists with varied experience. The artists exhibiting this year are Annette Kelly, Maura Burke, Bernadette, Catherine Kelly, Miriam Browne and Nuala Nolan.
16 July - 31 July The Blue Note Galway
The Hearts Festival runs for two weeks and one day from 16th to the 30th of July making it Galway's longest Arts Festival of the year. Music, Dance, Art from the people who spend week in week out doing and not talking about how much goes on in this silly city of ours. Most events free admission. Strictly over 18's.
Festival Lineup -
Thursday 27th July, 7pm - The Story of.... The Little Fish (€6 + booking fee)
Friday 28th July, 7pm - Berrill & Briscoe's North Galway (€6 + booking fee)
Friday 28th July, 9pm – Festival Club with WUA (free)
Saturday 29th July, 9pm – Festival Club with 110th Street (free)
Sunday 30th July, 7pm – Closing party with Good Ol Trusty (free)
Sunday 16th to Sunday 30th – exhibition by Grey & Ginger
Golden Record (GIAF)
17 July - 30 July Galway Arts Centre
An exhibition addressing our need to record, document and create objects to make sense of the world and our place within it
Dorothy Cross | Laura de Búrca| Ed Devane | Jane Locke| Susan MacWilliam| Lucy McKenna | Suzanne Mooney | Lorraine Neeson | Paul Nugent | Niamh O'Malley | Richard Proffitt | Jennifer Walshe. Curated by Maeve Mulrennan.
Just Guff (Galway Fringe Festival)
The Cellar Bar 21 July - 29 July 18:00
Set in a small town post office in Ireland and based on factual events, peppered with unknown details about Irish politics and garnished with humorous anecdotes . Award winning director Jenny Bassett directs the premiere of this rollicking good yarn by published Galway writer Jim Ward and performed by a stellar cast. Come along and enjoy Hot Potato’s first production!
Of Horse and Human
Galway City Gallery 15 New Dock Street 31st of July - 6th of August
To coincide with Galway Race Week local Artists Grainne Coughlan and Ceramic Artist Elizabeth Lartey are showcasing new works inspired by the movement, form and energy of the horse. “Of Horse and human”, continues to celebrate the relationship between man and horse through the use of ceramic sculptures, photography and painting.
INISH:Island Conversations Table Quiz Series
The Black Gate Cultural Centre 20:00–23:00 August 1st - September 19th
They will be hosting 8 fundraising table quizzes from Tuesday the 1st of August for 8 weeks (Every Tuesday). There will be prizes on the nights and the winner of the league will win tickets to next year's festival and a basket of other goodies! The questions will be very hard. Very hard indeed.
August 7th – August 13th
Galway Community Pride will be leading the celebrations this year with another week long festival.
Monday 7th - Flag raising followed by official launch of Galway Pride 2017!
Tuesday 8th - LGBT+ Educational talks
Wednesday 9th - Mental Health Workshops & Speakers
Thursday 10th - BTQIA day
Friday 11th - Comedy Night in The Loft
Saturday 12th - The Galway Pride Parade! :D followed by the festival Family day then finishing off with the Pride Street Party!Sunday 13th - TBC
Galway Cup 2017
Drom Soccer Park, Rahoon 18:00 August 9th - August 12th
The Galway Cup kicks off Wednesday 9th August and has become an outstanding tournament, with four pitches, side by side, in action for ten hours each day.
That's 48 teams and 112 matches over the four days, including teams from the UK and USA. There will also be a pop up Active Sportsware store and plenty of entertainment off-pitch over the course of the event as well.
Mise Eire - I Am IrelandRunning until 27th September Town Hall Theatre 20:00 Select nights
Mise Éire incorporates stunning visuals of Ireland’s magical landscape and brings together some of Ireland’s best vocalists, musicians and traditional Irish dancers for a beautiful selection of Irish music, song and dance.
THURS 27th of JULY
Summer Wine and Writing
The Black Gate Cultural Centre 19:00–20:30
Creative Writing in Galway will be meeting once a month for a writing night with a twist. Bring your own writing, or if you don’t currently have a project you can utilize writing prompts that will be provided. This evening is for anyone who is looking to meet, write and share work with fellow writers around Galway. Evening's Theme: Setting and Backdrop
Monroe's Live 20:00
With a career at the pinnacle of Irish music for nearly 35 years Altan has achieved legendary status in a genre that has been equally shaped by the band’s influence and genius. Over those years they have established themselves as one of the most important live acts to play traditional Irish music in Ireland and on the World stage.
Club Rossie BBQ in Galway
Crowe's Bar Bohermore 20:00–23:30
Club Rossie Galway are hosting a night of great food, GAA chat and live music from well known Piano Man Seán Da Burca in Crowes Bar, Bohermore, Galway on Thursday July 27th. It promises to be great start to the weekend of Roscommon GAA action, which includes the All-Ireland Senior Quarter-Final and Under 17 Semi-Final. The action throws-in at 8pm.
JAMES LAVELLE presents UNKLE SOUNDS with special guest Slow Place Like Home (GIAF)
Strange Brew Róisín Dubh 20:00
UNKLE's progression in the studio from a classic hip hop aesthetic to breakbeats-meet-house to electronica to rock has also been instrumental in UNKLE manifesting as a live band that’ s successfully toured the world. The UNKLE crew has been populated by a bunch of serious players who have made a massive impact on the UK music scene and beyond. Tim Goldsworthy set up DFA records, Nick Huggett signed Adele, M.I.A and Dizzee Rascal, Damian Taylor is Bjork’ s right hand person, Cameron Craig is a Grammy winning engineer and Jim Abiss and Paul Epworth are both producers at the top the game.
Kelvin Busher (Galway Fringe Festival)
The Quays Live 20:00–22:00
Kelvin Busher is a songwriter, composer performer and musician . Regarded as one of the finest upright bass players in the music business He is noted for his energy as a performer coupled with his ability as a musician. This has acquired him a lot of praise and attention both at home and abroad.
He has shared stages with both national and international act such as Kenny Rogers, Shane MacGowan, Jerry Fish, Imelda May and has done session work for Sharon Shannon, Jack L, The Niall Toner Band and Joe Fury and the Hayride to name but a few.
Accidente, Flayers, Fiend
The Cellar 21:00–00:00
ACCIDENTE (Madrid) play a super catchy brand of melodic punk which will be stuck in your head for actual days. Political punk with rebellious anthems - don't miss it.
FLAYERS (Galway) purveyors of all things punk.
FIEND (Galway) local noisey punk merchants with delayed vocals and ripping guitars. Street lethal.
Tuath w/ Zeros & Ones, Cranky Face & Crude (Galway Fringe Fest)
Seven - The Loft 5-7 Bridge Street 21:00–02:00
Tuath are a Donegal based, anti-nationalist & Irish language revivalist band.
Zeros & Ones - distortion, fuzz and tinnitus form the backbone to Zeros & Ones’ blend of grunge, hard rock and shoegaze.
Cranky Face are Galway's answer to a supergroup, sharing members with Spats Columbo, Rural Savage & My Fellow Sponges.
Crude are a 4-piece indie/punk band from Galway, Ireland.
The Invisible Jug Band (Galway Fringe Festival)
Galway Folk Club at De Burgos 21:00–23:30
The Invisible Jug Band are a rag tag collective of some of Galway’s finest musicians. Expect harmony singing, fiddle, tenor banjo, guitar, double bass, washboard, mandolin, kazoo, harmonica and more.
So step back in history and experience the mixture of country, blues, jazz and ragtime that is all contained in the invisible jug. As we like to say ‘feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, get on up it’s jug band time.
Joining them on the night will be 'The Dividing Range' ,a 3 piece original rock/folk/indie band from Co.Mayo.
FRI 28th of JULY
Lindsay Live in Galway
The Secret Garden Galway
Lindsay Ferguson is Canadian Songstress with a folk/pop/country sound and is coming to Ireland to share some of her eclectic, soulful melodies. You can visit her home page www.lindsayferguson.com for a look and listen.
Áine Cahill (GIAF)
Monroe's Live 20:00-23:00
Áine Cahill is a 21 year old singer-songwriter from County Cavan, Ireland. Inspired by current music of course, but combining with her love of classic Jazz from the 1950's, Áine's unique sound and writing style captivates the listener; her storytelling evoking emotion and vivid imagery, allowing the audience to escape into her world.
Kailok / Maria Shiel (Galway Fringe Festival)
Club De Burgo's 15/17 Augustine Street 21:30–23:30
Kailok is a project formed by Galway musician, Caitriona Murphy in which she explores themes old and new through surging vocal melodies and rhythms inspired by the changing Irish landscape. Often performing with other musicians an spoken word artists she weaves styles, having spent a few years living in far away lands. What we are left with is a meandering of Irish trad, Mexican folk, African rhythms and French Chansons. Maria Shiel is an indie-folk singer based in Galway Ireland and founder of Dublin based collaborative label KYO Records.
The Clockworks / Thumper / Drown /Dry Roasted peanuts/ Ignition
Seven Bridgestreet 22:00–01:00
"Distilling the immediacy of The Strokes, the swaggering-danceability of The Stone Roses, the brio of The Libertines & the wry social commentary of The Smiths, The Clockworks are beginning to put the small town of Loughrea Co. Galway on the map. In a great year since their last Fringe performance, the band have enjoyed shows in London, Dublin & Cork & received extensive Irish radio play with their single 'Mazda''. Support on the night from THUMPER, Drown, Dry Roasted Peanuts & Ignition.
Electric x (GIAF): 5th Birthday Weekender
Electric Garden 22:00-02:30
FRIDAY 28 JULY:
Shivers w/ Tama Sumo (Main floor)
Express Yourself w/ Graham Dolan (Garden)
SATURDAY 29 JULY:
Hot Chip DJ Set (Main floor)
Telephones w/ Mr Mendel (Garden)
Gash Collective w/ Karen Gwyer (Factory)
SubVersion DnB Special w Executive Steve
Executive Steve with support from Welfare, Crux, Will Junglist
One of Dublin's hardest-working Drum and Bass DJ's; Executive Steve’s held residencies at nights like Tribe, Reach, Mud and Shatter and broadcasts a weekly radio show on Dublin's Raidio Na Life 106.4 FM representing all aspects of 170BPM music.
Big Top Afterparty with Jenny Greene & Daithi (GIAF)
Roisin Dubh 23:00–02:30
Tickets available from the Róísín Dubh bar ONLY!
The only place to be after Jenny Greene & the RTE Orchestra in the Big Top is at the afterparty in the Róisín Dubh!
Monroe's Live 23:00
The Clandestinos formed in 2014 in their hometown of Galway. Their intention was to celebrate and pay tribute to the much loved music of reggae, ska and latin and to bring its live atmosphere and vibe to Irish audiences. From classic Jamaican roots reggae, the British ska and punk artists it helped influence, to the latin tinged sounds implemented by the likes of Manu Chao and Buena Vista Social Club; The Clandestinos fuse all of this together in their 7-piece live show with the agenda being to get the high spirits up and to make people move!
SAT 29th of JULY
Feminist Awakenings: a reading of 3 short plays and chat (Galway Fringe Festival)
10 St Bridgets Place 14:00–15:00
With plays, sketches, and monologues on Saturday the 29th of July at Pop Up Women's Playhouse 10 St Bridget's Place Lower, Woodquay, they will be revealing a hidden history by the readings of three hilarious short plays; How the Vote was Won, A Chat with Mrs Chichy and A Woman's Influence.
Emigrant Elegy (Galway Fringe Festival)
Claddagh Arts Centre & Katie's Claddagh Cottage 14:00–15:30
This event is a juxtaposition of emigrant history and human desire to love and belong, in the form of words and music, bringing together the rich multiculturism of the past and present in Ireland. Woven through these stories and poems is magical music-to-text composed specifically for the event.
This confluence of music and words will be brought to you by the Dublin-based poet Gerry Mc Donnell, Russian American writer Margarita Meklina and the Galway pianist and improviser Maja Elliott.
S.B.K PARTY (Salsa Bachata Kizomba) With Workshop & Shows
Commercial Boat Club Woodquay 18:00–2:00
Music Selected and Mixed by DEEJAY SABROSO!
Feat: Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, Mambo & more
The Coronas (GIAF)
Festival Big Top 19:00
Emma Lohan and Anna Mullarkey
The Secret Garden Galway 19:30–22:30
Emma Lohan, formerly of Rivers and Crows, has spent the last year recording her solo album, Black Atlantic, in North London and is now ready to take it to the live stage. Anna Mullarkey, of My Fellow Sponges and Big Jelly is a composer, producer and song writer. She composes work for short films, documentaries and co-writes for My Fellow Sponges. She is now venturing out on her solo career.
SAINT SISTER with Jealous Of The Birds (GIAF)
Róisín Dubh 20:00
Saint Sister, formed in November 2014, is the new project from Morgan MacIntyre and Gemma Doherty. Their music draws from early Celtic harp traditions, 60s folk and electronic pop to create ‘atmosfolk'—a mix of soulful vocal harmonies, dreamy synth and electro-acoustic harp.
10 Minute Play Festival (Galway Fringe Festival)
Seven Bar Galway 20:00–20:30
What stories can be told in a mere 10 minutes? Worlds can be built, psyches can be crushed, ghosts can be raised. This event brings 10 minute samples of local playwrights’ latest offerings. There's no telling what you’ll find. Experiments, genius, something utterly bizarre? Take a chance on something new, and come along.
Badly Drawn Boy (GIAF)
Monroe's Live 20:00
Damon Gough won the Mercury Prize in June 2000 with the debut LP ‘The Hour of the Bewilderbeast’. Since then he has released four subsequent studio albums and three film soundtracks. There’s a new album in the pipeline too.
Rebel Hearts Gig: Galway Remembers the Hunger Strikers
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa 20:00–0:30
Talks, presentations and food followed by a gig with the great Rebel Hearts.
The Wandering Mongrels - In Concert (Galway Fringe Festival)
Galway Folk Club 21:00–23:30
The Wandering Mongrels are a Tradition / Folk Music group based in Galway, Ireland. Their lives took them down many different paths and around the world until eventually they were united at a music session in Galway in 2015. They have been playing together ever since and are regulars in the sessions are stages of Galway and beyond. Their set is a high energy mix of traditional and original Irish tunes along with modern and traditional folk songs.
Bailer (PTSD Launch) + Unyielding Love + Leechmouth
Upstairs @ Róisín Dubh 21:00
BAILER’s newly recorded EP ‘PTSD’ takes their sound in a much more powerful and commanding direction. Arriving in 2015, hardcore newcomers BAILER shocked the Irish live circuit with their explosive live show, quickly building a strong reputation in their homeland. It was only April last year when the band unleashed their debut EP ‘Shaped By The Landscape’ to the wider heavy music scene.
Oh Boland / Dott / Martin's Party / Field Trip / Skinner (Galway Fringe Festival)
Seven Bridgestreet 22:00–01:00
Oh Boland are a three-piece noisy guitar pop band from Tuam, Co. Galway. Catching them live is wholly recommended, the music joins visible in the best early-pavement way.
Dott are four piece garage pop band, driven by angelic harmonies from their two female singers. Celebrating their 5th birthday last winter, Dott are a crucial part of the Galway music scene.
Field Trip are a garage jangle pop band from Galway. Forming at the dawn of 2016, the band released two singles on Citóg Records that spring.
Martin's Party are an aggressive pop band from Dundalk, with a fresh take on old school rhythm & blues that is guaranteed to get you dancing.
Skinner brings his own brand of skagg-jazz to Galway for the first time at this years Fringe Festival.
SUN 30th of JULY
Vintage Kilo Sale Galway
Radisson Blu Hotel10:00–18:00
Tonnes of vintage clobber for you to look through, find what you want and pay by weight.
Róisín Dubh20:00JFDR, the latest project from Iceland's Jófríður Ákadóttir, is a blend of cyclical guitar parts, soft minimal soundscapes, and poetic wonderings of a journey that ends where it began. Drawing from classical, folk, and electronic backgrounds, JFDR amalgamates the sounds of changing seasons, her voice a current that moves through rough seas to smooth waters. Her first full length album is set for release next year.
MON 31st of JULY
Electric Presents DJ Deece
Electric Garden 23:00–2:00
In the last 18th months Deece played a 3 hour set at Forbidden Fruit, the closing set on the Saturday night at Casa Bacardi, plus performances at Body & Soul, Longitude, Metropolis, and AMP Lost & Found.
Not forgetting the fact that he made his Boiler Room debut at AVA Festival in Belfast this summer and joins some of Ireland's best DJs at the Anachronica stage at this year's Electric Picnic.
TUES 1st of AUGUST
Rocky Horror Picture Show Screening
Róisín Dubh 20:30–23:00
Doors opening at 8.30pm and the screen starting at 9pm sharp.
Raising funds for Galway Pride. Wear your best Rocky Horror outfits, they'll provide the popcorn!
THURS 3rd of AUGUST
Strange Brew Summer Shindig #13
Róisín Dubh 20:00
Squarehead. Le Boom. Oh Boland. No Monster Club. Paddy Hanna. New Pope. Floor Staff. Autre Monde. Nome King. Steady Decline.
FRI 4th of AUGUST
Keith John // Sonny Casey
The Secret Garden Galway 20:00–23:00
Join Keith John and Sonny Casey for an evening of intimate songs and stories....
Na Cruithne, Snowblind, Sixth Extinction, Afterlife To Ashes
The Cellar Bar & Restaurant 20:00–0:30
A great night of metal with Galway's own folk metal heroes Na Cruithne with very special guests Snowblind Afterlife To Ashes And Sixth Extinction.
Hurricane Highway in concert
Roisin Dubh 20:00 -23:30
Electric Garden & Theatre 23:00–2:00
With packed residencies at The Eagle, London, Lux in Lisbon, Tape in Berlin and more, Horse Meat Disco operate sounds of classic to cosmic to deep Disco, Italo, Punk Funk, House, to Techno, Electric bangers and just plain old rare oddities.
Rap, Trap & Grimey Beats takeover the Garden while Factory host UFO Club.
Backbends Yoga Workshop Galway
The Black Gate Cultural Centre 10:30–12:30
This two hour workshop is suitable for all levels from beginners to more advanced yoga students. It is also ideal for runners, cyclists and football players.
*Booking essential @ www.loveyoga.eu *Bring your own mat
SAT 6th of AUGUST
Puzzle : Unicursal #06 : TEKNO Special
The Cellar Bar & Restaurant 21:30–2:30
PUZZLEvents are delighted to bring Unicursal back to the underground at The Cellar Bar & Restaurant after a short summer break with a night of TEKNO in store for you all with one of the main men of TEKNO Republic, KUSHTI.
Vinyl Revolution At The Loft
Seven - The Loft 22:00–2:30
VR is back once again at The Loft with more of your fave tunes from 10pm with DJ Csaba all the way from Hungary, Dean Feeney and XL-R8 from Galway.
Top Cat @Der Kesselraum W/ Ejeca Mainfloor
Der Kesselraum 23:00–2:00
On the 6th of August we will be making our long awaited return to Carbon Nightclubs own, Der Kesselraum. If that's not enough, Belfast's very own Ejeca will be supplying his usual high quality house and techno on the Carbon Mainfloor.
SUN 7th of AUGUST
Silent Disco Street Party
Galway's Westend 20:00–1:00
The world famous SILENT DISCO STREET PARTIES in Galway’s West End are the stuff of legend! The most fun you can have. On a street. Don’t wait to get your tickets for this one as the last Street Parties all sold out in advance.
The Street Party runs from 8pm to 1am, tickets are €20, including a €10 refundable deposit. Avoid the queue and buy advance tickets from Róisín Dubh, OMG Shop St & online at www.roisindubh.net
STRICTLY OVER 18s
Launch Party! Galway Community Pride
Roisin Dubh, Lower Dominick St Galway 20:00–22:30
LGBT+ Education Evening
Roisin Dubh, Lower Dominick St 19:00–21:00
Galway Community Pride
WEDS 9th of AUGUST
Race Week Recovery Disco Yoga
Terryland House 18:00-19:00
Race week is coming and things are already getting hectic. After a week of blocked roads, busy pubs, too much betting, high heels and hats, we all need to find our balance again. Book your mid-week escape now for Wednesday, 9th of August, 6pm at Terryland House Galway. Come early to get all glittered up! Bring you own mat welcome, limited mats available.
Mental Health Awareness & Candlelit Rememberance Walk
Teach Solais 19:30–21:30
Talks and a question & answer session about LGBT+ mental health followed by a candlelit remember walk to Eyre Square with a short service. Speakers TBA
THURS 10th of AUGUST
Pride Btqia+ Tea Party
The Secret Garden Galway 4 William Street West, Galway 16:00-19:00
Galway Community Pride are hosting a tea party in The Secret Garden Galway for our BTQIA+ community members, with Bi Ireland kindly assisting us with all things hosting-related. Relax, enjoy some of the best tea and cakes in Galway, and make some new queer besties! Free admission. Kid Friendly
Roisin Dubh 20:00-23:00
Reid is a remarkably talent, assured, clever and confident singer-songwriter..... a devastating youthful wisdom that gives her songs a feeling of lasting profundity." The Guardian.
FRI 11th of AUGUST
Roisin Dubh 20:00
The legendary Pop Punk band originally from Derry who celebrated their 40th anniversary last year return for what should be a scorching gig.
Roisin Dubh 23:00
Friday night they're running a club night with DJ John. Kiki is bringing you a fab show with special guest Regina George.
SAT 12th of AUGUST
Galway Clinic Streets Of Galway 8k
Claddagh Hall 19:00
2017 sees the 32nd edition of the famous Galway Clinic sponsored Streets of Galway 8km road race. This is one of the top road races in the country, and will be held Saturday 12th August in Galway City at 7pm. The route runs through the city centre and Salthill, taking in all the sights of the City of the Tribes, and is one of the biggest and best events in Galway each year!
A Pint with Steven Sharpe... It's like An Audience with, but with more pints.
Roisin Dubh 21:00
Steven Sharpe Solo Set In association with Galway Community Pride
For more info go to https://www.citogrecords.com/
Roisin Dubh 21:00
They are kicking off with a Cabaret Show with the legendary Mr. Pussy supported by some old school queens suc as Dusty Flaps and Eileen D'over. Kiki is on from 10 with some amazing guests. Regina, Donatella and Athena to name a few.
From 11 we are kicking off our UV party with body painting and dj by Swim. Get ready to glow. Tickets available on door.
Baile An Salsa - Galway
Monroe's Live 21:00–23:59
Formed in 2012 in Galway City, Baile an Salsa is an international band comprised of ten world-class musicians. The band seamlessly blends their passion for traditional Irish music with Latin Rhythms, creating a fusion which they call “Salsa-Trad." Its appeal is apparent in the band’s growing Irish and international fan base.
Streetwise Galway Hospice Band Night
Donelon's Bar and PJ's Niteclub Dunmore, Galway, 22:00–1:00 €10
Dunmore Annual Festival presents Streetwise as our Charity Band Night in aid of Galway Hospice.This event is kindly sponsored by Costello's Motors. Tickets €10 from pubs and shops in Dunmore and Quinns Shop Tuam.
Survival Skills Summer Camp (9-12yrs) August 14th - 18th
Brigit's Garden Roscahill : Monday to Friday 10am -1:30pm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 091 550905 to book
Brigit's Garden offers an excellent opportunity for children to run wild, get their hands mucky and make some new friends. The Celtic Gardens, woodlands, meadows, polytunnel and lochán provide a unique setting for kids to explore the wonders of nature, guided by our experienced staff.
MON 14th of AUGUST
Roisin Dubh 21:00
Canadian Electronic kosmische band who formed in 2004 and play heavily improvised instrumental grooves come to Galway for what should be a stunning gig.