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Oct 14 2021

Album review: Billy Bragg

Billy Bragg - The Million Things That Never Happened (Cooking Vinyl)

FROM HIS earliest days with ‘The Milkman of Human Kindness’ and ‘Between The Wars’, few artists have possessed Bragg’s ability to write songs possessing intelligent political commentary and a deep, humane, empathy.

Those qualities are on abundant display on his 12th solo album, which may be one of the finest things he has created over the past 20 years. Centering on themes of the post-Trump world, the rise of the alt.right, authoritarian regimes, and internet trolls on one hand, there are also meditations on the need for connection and to reach out; to see things from outside your own perspective; the redeeming power of love; and the importance of family and friends.


Oct 12 2021

Hermitage Green to play Black Box Theatre

Popular Irish band to play Galway venue on October 29

Live music is back and so are Hermitage Green - back on the road and with a new album, and heading to Galway this month.

Hermitage Green play the Black Box Theatre on Friday October 29 at 7.30pm, where they will play songs from across their career, as well as from their new album, Hi Generation.


Oct 04 2021

The arts festival for children is here!

Baboró International Arts Festival for Children runs from Monday, 4 October until Sunday, 17 October and we have some of the highlights of an extended programme to mark its 25th year.

From its base in Galway the festival reaches its quarter century with an extended festival offering an extraordinary wealth of diverse and accessible events for all ages and in all artforms.

RTÉjr Radio are delighted to have linked in with the festival to bring Into the World Within to the airwaves. That also starts on Monday, 4 October with five shows over five nights.

The festival itself is all taking place in Galway city and county, in theatres, on streets, in schools, in bookshops, in a van, on walls, on beaches, on the airwaves, online and more.

So let's get a small taste of what is in store over the next two weeks!


Sep 27 2021

The Staves reschedule Galway show to 2022

Harmony folk-pop sister trio to play the Black Box Theatre next March

THE STAVES, the English folk-pop sister trio, known for their exquisite vocal harmonies, have rescheduled their Galway show until next year.

The group - Emily, Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor - were due to play Galway next month, but the show has now been rescheduled to take place in the Black Box Theatre in March 2020.