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World cinema season continues at the Linenhall

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The Linenhall Arts Centre’s season of world cinema continues with a screening of the Brazilian coming-of-age film The Way He Looks this Tuesday (February 24) at 8pm.

See inside The Vatican Museum @ The Eye

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TWO THOUSAND years of Western art, one of the most extraordinary of such collections, is held within The Vatican Museums.

Film Club goes Swedish next Tuesday

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Athlone Film Club will screen We Are the Best! next Tuesday October 21 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre.

Linenhall launching exciting autumn programme

The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar is working hard on its autumn programme, packed with goodies to entertain and engage, an exciting deluge of theatre, music, world cinema, children’s events, exhibitions and more. Here’s a couple of early announcements to tantalise your cultural tastebuds.

Linenhall autumn programme: a taste of things to come

The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar is working hard on its autumn programme, packed with goodies to entertain and engage, an exciting deluge of theatre, music, world cinema, children’s events, exhibitions and more. Here’s a couple of early announcements to tantalise your cultural tastebuds.

New film by maker of The Pipe

RICHIE O’DONNELL, who made the acclaimed documentary The Pipe, will screen his new film in Galway next Tuesday.

All Stars Academy present Twelfth Night in Castlebar

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An Evening with Mike Absalom at the Ballina Arts Centre

On Thursday, October 6, Ballina Arts Centre will present: An Evening with Mike Absalom. The Swinford-based painter, poet, raconteur, multi-instrumentalist, multi-linguist, potter, printmaker, songwriter – the list goes on – has done it all. Forty-odd years ago, he performed at the Royal Albert Hall. Monty Python’s Flying Circus hired him to distract a studio audience during scene changes. This brought songwriting success and the Old Grey Whistle Test and endless tours. And then he flew away and like a bee in a flower garden touched down in so many honeyed spots that there is no space here to list them. From Tierra del Fuego to the Yukon, from Iran to Paraguay and even for the World Harp Congress he sang and wrote and told stories and played his harp or his guitar. Now he’s coming to tell them here at home.

I, Elizabeth a dazzling drama at the Linenhall

Rebecca Vaughan performs her spellbinding one-woman hit show I, Elizabeth at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, January 26 at 8pm.

Africa at the movies

IT’S STRANGE but many people actually think of and refer to Africa as if it were one country, not a continent of many and diverse nations.

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