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Jinx Lennon earmarked as a not-to-be-missed act at Body & Soul

Dundalk singer Jinx lennon has been earmarked as one of the five acts not to miss at this weekend’s Body & Soul Festival in Co Westmeath by RTÉ. Lennon is

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Double headliner to mark Juicebox Comedy’s second birthday this Saturday

The Juicebox Comedy Club returns to The Spirit Store this Saturday night with a double headline event featuring Fred Cooke and Fern Brady lined up to mark its second birthday.

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Silenzio festival taking place in Dundalk this weekend

Two of the world’s leading composers will perform at a new festival of contemporary music taking place in Dundalk this weekend Silenzio is a new festival being hosted by the

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Pop Up Gaeltacht returns to Dundalk this Friday

The Pop Up Gaeltacht event is set to return to The Spirit Store this Friday night. The free event, which is aimed to promote the use of the Irish language,

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Dundalk Book Day takes place this Saturday

Dundalk Book Day takes place this Saturday with a number of events planned throughout the day to mark the occasion. The highlight of book day is an evening with journalist

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Captain Mark Duffy to be remembered at Blackrock Raft Race on Sunday

The annual Blackrock Raft Race and Family Fun Day takes place this Sunday. Captain Mark Duffy, who perished after Irish Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116 crashed off the Co Mayo

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Dundalk woman Aoife Heffron named new Louth Rose

Dundalk woman Aoife Heffron will be this year’s representative from Louth in the Rose of Tralee. The 26-year-old PR executive was named the new Louth Rose at a ceremony in

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Teddy Bear’s Picnic in Wellington Hall this Sunday

St Nicholas’ Parish (Green Church) will host a Teddy Bear’s Picnic event this Sunday from 1pm to 3pm in Wellington Hall on St Mary’s Road. You are invited to bring

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PetSafe to host It’s A Pawty event in Lennon’s tonight

PetSafe will host a fun night called ‘It’s A Pawty’ from 8.30pm tonight in Lennon’s Gastro Pub on the Castletown Road. There will be a raffle in aid of Dundalk

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Keenan marks Bloomsday in style with special performance at Sweny’s

Today is Bloomsday and to mark the occasion local singer/songwriter David Keenan has decided to mark it in style with special performance of his track ‘Young Boy Leaves Home’. The

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Inspiral Carpets legend Tom Hingley to play The Oriel Centre

Spoil your dad this Father’s Day and let him relive his glory days with tickets to see 90’s Madchester legend Tom Hingley this autumn. Tom Hingley, former lead singer with

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New Louth Rose to be crowned this weekend

A new Louth Rose will be crowned this weekend. The Louth Rose Selection Night takes place this Sunday from 7.30pm in The Four Seasons Hotel in Carlingford. The winning representative,

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M’anam Community to host second Passing Passions event this Friday

Local group M’anam Community will host their second Passing Passions installation this Friday night at the earlier time of 7pm in the 3rd Place Coffee Shop at the Market Square.

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Final open casting sessions for children to audition for new Channel 4 show in Dundalk today

The final open casting session for children to audition for a role in a new Channel 4 TV series which is being partially set in Dundalk will take place today.

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Operation Transformation’s Yvonne Keenan Ross doing “brilliant” four months on from end of show

Local Operation Transformation leader Yvonne Keenan Ross insists she is doing “brilliant” four months on from the end of the RTÉ show. The Carlingford woman was one of the five leaders