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OVER THE Rainbow, the new dance show based on The Wizard Of Oz, will be performed by the Corrib Dance Academy in the Town Hall Theatre next week.
Brighten up your winter evening on Tuesday December 15 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre with Athlone Film’s Clubs final film of the season, the timeless classic White Christmas, one of the best loved Christmas movies ever made.
This evening Busker Browne’s is embracing Christmas, and offering presents, carols, and the man in the red suit.
The search is on to find Europe’s Destination of Excellence. Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority, is inviting entries for the fourth phase of the European Union tourism competition, which is currently being held in 25 EU member states. The winning destination will receive a promotional photo shoot to market itself as well as €5,000 towards highlighting its attractions.
Keith Barry is back with a bang, bringing his brand new tour The Asylum around the country in January 2010, and on January 2 he will be bringing the show to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar. Following on from his sold out tour Direct From Vegas, Keith, who was voted Mentalist of the Year 2009 and best magician in Las Vegas in 2009, will bring his dazzling blend of magic, mentalism, and hypnosis around the country this January. With a never before seen show, The Asylum is one you won’t want to miss!
Acting teachers from around the world will visit NUI Galway in January as the university hosts a five-day workshop by the New York-based Michael Chekhov Association (MICHA).
MONDAYDECEMBER 28 will see John O Callaghan take to the decks at the GPO nightclub Eglinton Street, Galway.
A dystopian world where vampires have taken over and the remaining humans are hunted down and farmed like animals seems like the perfect recipe for a fangtastic blockbuster, but sadly the Spierig brothers’ direction got lost in the gore, leaving just a bloody, and at times laughable, mess in its wake.
Fastnet Films is currently scouting for teenage and adult non-actors (ie no experience required) to act in their drama feature film The Other Side of Sleep. They are looking for adults from the Midlands from the age of 20 to 75. The two teenage age groups they are interested in are 14-16 year-old girls and 17-20 year old boys.