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As a fan of previous little guy versus behemoth law films such as Erin Brockovich or anger filling plots like In the Name of the Father, I just had to go and see Dark Waters in the cinema and I was not disappointed. Dark Waters tell us the story behind Cincinnati corporate lawyer Rob Bilott's (Mark Ruffalo) 20 year crusade against chemical company DuPont's unregulated misuse of a chemical compound known as 'C8' which causes illness, cancer, and death in creatures which consume it.
WHEN THE hiatus caused by the General Election, Brexit, and the upcoming exams is over, time will allow for the opportunity to discuss the greatest of joys - the joy of reading.
FOR THE Halloween weekend, a series of jazz gigs, featuring leading Irish jazz musicians, takes place in the Black Gate Cultural Centre on St Francis Street.
Many studies have shown the link between watching television and gaining weight, but recent research has shown that the amount we eat and snack on can change depending on what we are watching.
MARTIN BEANZ Warde has been added to the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway programme, performing his show, The Gomey Feen, at the Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Lane, on Saturday October 26 at 6pm.
'Culchie Warriors', set to perform on the Dean Crowe Theatre Stage on Saturday, November 2, brings two of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of hilarious comedy to the Dean Crowe Theatre, with a chance to compete in a 'Lovely Girls' competition.
Folkism presents No Crows in Garbo's on Friday September 6.
Now that the dust is settling from all that back-to-school excitement, the reality sets in. Every year it's the same old story — we start off with enthusiasm only to be left defeated by day three when what was lovingly packed earlier comes home intact again. If back to school wasn't bad enough with sorting uniforms, books, the dreaded gum shields, we also have to make sure they have a lunchbox filled with food they will actually eat that will keep them going until they get home. Before you reach for the old reliable 'hang sangwidge' and 'cheese strings', here's a suggestion that might make this morning chore a little easier.
With the curtain coming down on the inter-county season last weekend in the men's game, the attention on the Gaelic football scene will be focusing firmly back on the local club season in the coming weeks, with the return of the club championships coming up in the near future.
The Folkizm series of shows at Garbo's will continue on Saturday next, July 27, when U.M.A.N (U Must Act Now) takes to the stage in the Castlebar venue.