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Trí ailt agus dán álainn – Wexford Echo

Cúpla ailt ón Wexford Echo, 4 Aibrean, 2017: 046EC2017-04-04e1  047EC2017-04-04e1 Advertisements

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Hot Buttered Soul stands the test of time

Presently listening to the Isaac Hayes album Hot Buttered Soul (1969). Damn it’s good. You know that feeling when you walk into a quiet mid-morning coffee house and you can tell from the aroma of just-ground coffee beans, the welcoming smile … Continue reading

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Il Pergolese – Maria Pia De Vito, François Couturier, Anja Lechner & Michele Rabbia (2013)

You know as you get older and your music collection grows you really have no choice but to get selective about what music you listen to. In the back of your mind you know that there are albums you will … Continue reading

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Culture Night 2015

I am really looking forward to Culture Night (and Day!) in Wexford this coming Friday. There are few enough occasions in the year when the community comes out onto the streets intent on nothing other than having a good time. … Continue reading

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Julie Feeney at GB Shaw Theatre, Carlow

We went to Carlow’s new GB Shaw Theatre last Friday night to see the incomparably wonderful Julie Feeney. Her new album Clocks has just gone to no. 1 in the Irish Indie Albums Charts (or no. 7 in the Album … Continue reading

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Wexford Opera Festival 2012

This year’s Wexford Festival Opera was generally acclaimed as being one of the best in years – three fine operas, two well-received ShortWorks, and a bunch of great early and late concerts. The Fringe Festival benefited in no small way … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day – Sunday, Nov 11, 2012

We had a wonderful Remembrance Day service at St Iberius Church today with music provided by the Loch Garman Band. Rector Arthur Minion was a wonderfully welcoming and eloquent host. His homily was a fitting tribute to the Irish people … Continue reading

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