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Galway's midwinter festival lures music-lovers

Themes of captivity through lens of music, film, literature and theatre

3rd January, 2016
Members of the Decoda ensemble will play at the Galway Midwinter Festival on January 22-24

Don’t be fooled by that West’s Awake thing – it’s never asleep when it comes to spotting good festival opportunities. Once again, it’s first into the new year fray with its strategically placed Galway Midwinter Festival on the weekend of January 22-24.

There couldn’t really be a better time to escape the lingering Christmas fall-out than a great weekend of diverse music from top-notch musicians and singers...

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