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FEET PLACED firmly in a pair of high heels, armed with a six-string acoustic guitar and a host of comedy songs, all wrapped in a sequinned dress, it can only be The Nualas, back in the ring for another swing, and ready to deliver a Glam Slam!
"Once the dust settled on last year, we felt we let the county down and we said we had to dig in and see where we can bring this" Mayo hurling manager JP Coen told the Mayo Advertiser when we sat down to speak ahead of Saturday's Nicky Rackard Cup final. The dust he was speaking about was Mayo's relegation from the Christy Ring Cup last year.
QUINN IS a desperate man in a situation he can’t control. There’s a woman, a fat man with alarmingly high-waisted trousers, and all around is the subtle whiff of violence. This is film noir - not for the screen, but for the stage.
This weekend Stephen Rochford will take his first training session with the Mayo senior team, just three weeks out from their first game of the 2016. Last Thursday night Rochford met the press for the first time since his appointment and spoke at length about his hopes and the challenges ahead for the next year and much more.
THE USUAL Suspects, one of the all-time great crime thrillers, will be given a special screening in Galway by The Jameson Cult Film Club.
THE DARK Knight, the second Batman film directed by Christopher Nolan, possibly comes closest to representing the darker side of the urban vigilante’s character of all the Batman movies.
After waiting in the queue for twenty minutes at the weekend to see Christopher Nolan's latest Batman movie The Dark Knight, and then to be told it was all sold-out it was clear from the outset that many people were just as curious to see if the movie was really as good as it was hyped up to be.
A new film from the Coen brothers is always greeted with deserved anticipation, and their latest, Burn After Reading is no exception, as evidenced by a packed cinema last Friday.