With tracks like ‘Wagon Wheel’ being hits, he is one of Ireland’s biggest artists, outselling One Direction, Pharrell Williams and Michael Buble.
The annual family-run variety show runs from November 8 to December 23 this year and since 1977 has entertained over six million visitors.
The show promises "more singalong Irish songs than you can shake a pint of Guinness at", and arrives on Sunday, October 9.
A local informal group will meet on Thursday, October 13 to help people learn about ancestry and is run by enthusiastic and experienced volunteers.
Memorial hall is the latest addition to the National Theatre Live Encore programme and Prima Facie, starring Jodie Comer, will be on October 8.
The second lecture of the group's new season on October 13 sees an illustrated talk by a historian who has presented programmes for the BBC.
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Stars seek Sheffield glory in the speedway Premiership League Cup.
The town centre gallery is taking part in a three-day celebration of north Indian and French culture.
The Norfolk-based photographer/artist is holding an exhibition during October called ‘So the Story Goes’.
The family fun, free story trail involving mobile phones comes to Lynn town centre from October 1st to 31st.
The apple-based family fun day includes a fun dog show on October 9.
Rehearsals are underway for their next production written by Take That’s Gary Barlow and Tim Firth, and is being staged at The Guildhall in November.
There will be a talk at 4pm on October 6 by a member of the family who were well-known seed merchants in town for four generations from the 1830s.
Two cue legends will recreate the final frame from when a record-breaking 18.5m TV viewers stayed up to watch and there'll also be a Q&A session.
Rebuilding town’s special relationship with USAF and unique twinning were achievements, points out our columnist.
Theatre's autumn line-up goes from Peter Pan to Rocky Horror Picture Show in a "whole world of stage and screen on your doorstep".
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The firm celebrated its 60th year in September 1995. Other places featured include Wimbotsham, Methwold, Sculthorpe, Beachamwell and Hilborough.
A Benedict Cumberbatch feature and a highly acclaimed Norwegian film round off the current season's screenings, plus a quiz.