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NYF Dublin Announces 3 Day Events Programme

25 November 2016

It’s that time of year folks! Midnight kisses, big balls dropping in NYC, the smell of Moet filling the air, and the most beloved of all countdowns. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Happy New Year! This year, what better place to share the feeling than Dublin City. Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, […]

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Conor Walsh Bursary Winner Announced

16 November 2016

HWCH are delighted to announce that the winner of the inaugural Conor Walsh Memorial Bursary is Dundalk act Elephant. In March 2016 an alumni and friend of the festival, Conor Walsh from Mayo, died suddenly. At HWCH this year all 100 bands participating were asked to vote for the act who most embodies Conor’s talent […]

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Other Voices Returns to Dingle

3 November 2016

eir Other Voices Festival has teamed up with Irish musician Lisa Hannigan to announce the first artists who will make the journey to Dingle this December. Exciting!  Between Friday 2nd and Sunday 4th of December, Hannigan will join a slew of Irish and international artists to record the fifteenth series of the music TV show, […]

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Absolut @ Metropolis 2016

2 November 2016

After last year’s sell out festival, Absolut returns to partner with Metropolis for its second year in the motherland, -the RDS from the 3rd – 5th of November 2016. To celebrate this, Absolut Nights is erecting a one of a kind Absolut Facet Bar in the Industries Hall. Taking inspiration from optical prisms and facets, […]

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MMOTHS To Play @ Brewery Corner

7 July 2016

by Danielle Holian MMOTHS will play at Brewery Corner for AKA Fringe Festival, in Kilkenny, on July 31st. “Labelled the great white hope of Irish electronica since goosebump- good tunes such as Summer and Blisters first appeared on his SoundCloud, producer Jack Colleran has developed a fervent, expectant fan base in the intervening five years. A long […]

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New Syd Barrett Film Containing Unreleased Footage To Been Shown At Cambridge Film Festival

6 July 2016

by Danielle Holian Today is the 10th anniversary of Syd Barrett’s passing. There will be a new film in his honour which will contain substantial unreleased footage at Cambridge Film Festival who has teamed up with Cambridge Live for the Syd Barrett celebrations of his life and work. In this, both teams will premiere a series […]

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Townlands Carnival 2016

1 July 2016

by Danielle Holian Townland’s Carnival festival in Macroom, Cork is taking place on July 8th to the 10th. Late night adventure venue is bringing club vides to the countryside of Cork in collaboration with Raise The Bar. It launched in 2015, and it achieved a great reputation for delivering memorable nights. Intense yet an intimate atmosphere, […]

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Preview: Arlington [a love story] @ Galway International Arts Festival

30 June 2016

by Danielle Holian Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival present the world premiere of Arlington, written and directed by Enda Walsh and choreographed by Emma Martin. Arlington [a love story] is taking to Galway Internation Arts Festival from July 7th to the 24th in Leisureland, Galway. Matinees 14th, 16th, 17th, 23rd & 24th July at […]

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Castlepalooza – Stage Times

29 June 2016

by Dylan Goodman Castlepalooza 2016 is getting ever closer, taking place from Friday 1st until Sunday the 3rd of July. Now it’s time to pick your favourite acts and start planning because the full line-up and stage times have been released and are featured below.

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Preview: Cameron Russell’s First Thought Talks @ Galway International Arts Festival

29 June 2016

by Danielle Holian Cameron Russell’s ‘Looks Aren’t Everything’ First Thought Talks is coming to Galway International Arts Festival on Wednesday, July 13th at Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway. Cameron Russell is a top US fashion model and controversial TED Talker who will talk to Evelyn O’Rourke from RTÉ about how lottery affects the fashion world and […]

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