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The award-winning actress and director Anjelica Huston, star of films such as The Royal Tenenbaums, The Addams Family, and The Witches, will be the guest of honour at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh, which runs from July 7 to 12.
Yourell’s has taken its celebrity clientele to new heights, styling Hollywood actress Anjelica Huston before all appearances at the Galway Film Fleadh. Famous for her roles in The Addams Family, The Witches and Agnes Browne, and with her strong connection to and love for the city, Huston was in town for the Galway Film Fleadh.
Upcoming Irish group Dirty Epics take to the stage at The Fáilte Suite, Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, this Saturday night (August 8) as part of the Finbar Hoban Presents…series in association with Coastal Beats in Aid of The Mayo Rape Crisis Centre.
Another battle of the sexes romantic caper? I hear you groan. This flick has all the usual clichés one would expect, however, if you’re willing to leave your brain at the door and just accept the film for what it is - it’s just there for a few laughs and certainly not in line for Oscars or any awards - then you might, just might, find it entertaining.
FOR DARRAGH McGann, it all started with a few words from Marlon Brando. A brief meeting with the screen legend put the Corkonian on the road to becoming a lyrical baritone.
The life of a comedian is not all fun and games, in fact it can be down-right depressing, especially if you’re George Simmons, who is forced, through a terminal illness, to reassess his life, and connect with lost loves and human beings in general.
WALT DISNEY Studios Motion Pictures Ireland and Friends of The Elderly are inviting Galway children to ‘Return The Favour’ this Sunday, on National Grandparents’ Day.
THE OMNIPLEX Cinema is hosting a classic season throughout October and November. On Sunday and Monday nights, including such favourites as Scarface, Brief Encounter, and Guys and Dolls.
With three of Ireland’s top theatre companies making their way to Longford this season, Backstage Theatre is offering audiences a €10 discount per ticket when they book to see all three productions.
Poor weather played havoc with plans to light up Galway as part of the international Day of Climate Action.