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Dec 02 2021

Eddi Reader to play Town Hall in 2022

Acclaimed Scottish singer to begin her Irish tour in Galway

FROM EARLY days doing backing vocals for Gang Of Four, to hit singles with Fairground Attraction, to her present position as one of Scotland’s most esteemed folk singers, Eddi Reader can look back with satisfaction at her 40 year career.

To mark this milestone, Eddi is undertaking her 40 Years Live Concert Tour around Ireland next year, starting in Galway on February 10 at the Town Hall Theatre.

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Nov 26 2021

Raines on song with new single and Town Hall gig

“A love letter to Ruth’s mam and dad,” is how Yvonne Tiernan from the Raines, a recently-formed Galway trio consisting of herself, the song’s composer Ruth Dillon and violin player Juliana Erkkonen, describes their new single, Always Snow on the Mountain.

It’s being released this Friday, November 26, and will be followed by a concert at the city’s Town Hall Theatre on Friday, December 10.

The folk-Americana-bluegrass group formed just before Covid, which wasn’t great timing, says Ruth with a rueful laugh, but while the Raines might be relatively new, the three women have had long musical careers.

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Nov 26 2021

From The Milking Parlour Bar to Town Hall Theatre

Galway’s Whileaways will be in concert in the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday, December 11, as they celebrate the release of their single The Milking Parlour Bar, a song that celebrates friendship and the magic of music shared.

It showcases a new, fresh sound from The Whileaways while still featuring their trademark rich vocal harmonies. That’s a taste of what’s to come from their new album, In All Honesty, due for release in Spring.

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Nov 25 2021

How To Catch A Star - in the classroom

New film version of Branar’s acclaimed adaptation of Oliver Jeffers’ book streaming to 24 venues across Ireland

Once there was a boy who was always looking up. He dreamt of having a star as a friend. Then one night, he decided to set about catching a star of his very own.

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