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Connemara has always attracted visitors from across the world. Its landscape alone provides breathtaking inspiration to painters, poets, photographers, and writers. Beginners and professional artists alike love to capture the unique light and shade of the landscape, including the magnificent Twelve Bens, as well as the awe-inspiring coastline around Killary Harbour and Clifden. Adventure-seekers travel west each year to hike or climb through the picturesque, yet challenging, landscape, run the quiet, never-ending roads, venture into the sea to surf or dive, relax on the placid lakes and spend the day fishing, and everything in between.
Cinemobile, Ireland’s mobile cinema, is beginning its summer tour by visiting Achill Keel, parked at the Sandybanks car park. Cinemobile will be in Keel in Achill from Saturday, July 20 to Monday, July 22.
GALWAY CHILDREN can look forward to being among the first in Ireland to see Cars 2 which is among the Disney films being shown at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh.
Thirty minutes into this third installment of the Meet The Parents franchise I was still waiting to laugh out loud but it never happened, in fact I’m pretty certain that all the good gags were used up in the trailer just to suck you in but then leave you bitterly disappointed.
Troublesome, rambunctious, and absolutely wild; this is Marley the very cute Labrador whose antics such as eating everything in sight including a message minder machine (yes, the whole thing!) supplied so much material that there was a newspaper column, a book, and now a film dedicated to him. Who needs Lassie when you have Marley to keep you laughing, and crying?
First and foremost a big thank you to the organisers of this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade.
Anyone who has ever had a dog as a pet will enjoy Owen Wilson’s latest movie Marley and Me to some degree. And for those who adore dogs and even sign their pet’s name on annual Christmas card this movie is a must see.
The Cinemobile will visit Woodford, this Sunday and Monday, and will screen Night At The Museum 2 and Angels & Demons at the GAA grounds car park