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The Three Tenors to play Town Hall Theatre

Feb 16 2017

Special guest at Galway concert will be Aimee Banks

THE THREE Tenors, whose concerts have been called "fabulous, high-calibre...soulful" by the Sunday Independent, and a "knockout’’ by the New York Times, return to Galway this month.

The Three Tenors - Derek Moloney, Dominic McGorian, and Shane Morgan - return to the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday February 25 at 8pm where they will perform a range of classic songs, including those by Sinatra, The Dubliners, Pavarotti, as well 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'. The special guest will be Galway's award winning teenage soprano, Aimee Banks.

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Galway Film Society to screen The Childhood Of A Leader

Feb 16 2017

The little boy who grew up to be a fascist

THE CHILDHOOD Of A Leader, a film starring Irish actor Liam Cunningham, and featuring music by Scott Walker, will be screened next weekend by the Galway Film Society.

The film, which won the Luigi De Laurentiis Award and the Best Director award at the 2015 Venice Film Festival, will be screened this Sunday at 8pm.

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Midge Ure Interview

Feb 16 2017

‘I’m a rambler, a roamer, a gypsy at heart’

Midge Ure can look back on a 40 year musical career of no little achievement - co-creator of classic hit singles 'Vienna', 'Fade To Grey', and 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' and helping pioneer electro-pop with Ultravox and Visage - but this is only part of the Scotsman's story.

Possibly because of his involvement with synths and electronic music, and the fact he sang lead vocals on only one of the aforementioned songs, certain misconceptions have arisen about Midge Ure.

“Two things I get when I’m in concert is that ‘I didn’t know you could sing’ and ‘Wow! You play guitar!’ but I did all that when I was in Ultravox!” Midge tells me during our Tuesday morning interview, but his laughter shows he takes with characteristic good humour. “People have this image of who and what you are for them forever. A lot of people still don’t realise I played guitar with Thin Lizzy!”

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