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NEXT WEEK sees Tenent - the first proper international blockbuster released since March and the eleventh film from director Christopher Nolan.
Adhering to all the safety protocol, Colette Latchford, Lydon Court, Bothar Irwin, Galway, is now open. Summer sale now on. Tel: (091) 563630. Website: www.colettelatchford.ie
FOLLOWING THE Government announcement that cinemas will remain closed until August 10, and large gatherings will not be permitted for some time, the Galway Film Fleadh has decided to move its 2020 festival online.
GALWAY FILM Fleadh, in association with Galway 2020 and the Pálás Cinema, is partnering with the European Film Academy to take part in the EFA’s Young Audience Award.
In the edition of the Galway Weekly Advertiser March 25 1843 extensive coverage is given to the funeral of George Frederick De Carteret, a young ensign in her Majesty’s 30th Regiment, who drowned when he fell into the docks on his way back to the Shambles barracks three days before. He served on the revenue cutter The Raven. After a ‘party of pleasure’ he was walking along the docks, ‘the night being pitchy dark and tempestuous’ he was blown over ‘the brink’ and drowned before his fellow officers could reach him.*
FEATURE FILM submissions are now open for the 32nd Galway Film Fleadh. Previous films which have been entered in this category included The Young Offenders, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, and Song Of The Sea.
Rhubarb is a very old plant – its medicinal and horticulture uses were recorded in ancient China. It is known in some countries as ‘pie plant’ and is prized for its use in pies, tarts and sauces.Only the petioles (stalks) are eaten (some compounds within the leaves can be toxic) although herbal remedies use the leaves and roots.
FRED COOKE, one of Ireland's most popular comedians, will headline a night of comedy in the Galway Bay Hotel on Wednesday November 27 at 8pm, in aid of Ability West.
SIR ARTHUR Conan Doyle's celebrated Gothic detective story, The Hound Of The Baskervilles, with Sherlock Holmes investigating sightings of a demonic dog, comes to the stage in a production by Rod Goodall and Steve Johnston.