Search Results for 'Colin Farrell'

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Mayo Olympians on world stage in the City of Angels

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Los Angeles has long been known as the City of Angels but it is to become a city of dreams for two Mayo athletes tomorrow.

Cinema review: Fury

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AROUND THIS time of year we get our first look at the Oscar contenders. While the heavy hitters tend to emerge at the end of December and January, sometimes more genre based releases, like Gravity last year, are released a few weeks early.

Love/Hate’s Nidge to star in Galway Arts Festival

Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, who plays Nidge in the acclaimed Irish TV series Love/Hate, will star in the play Howie the Rookie at this summer’s Galway Arts Festival.

Honour among psychos

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There should be plenty of excitement this coming Monday at the Town Hall Theatre when it hosts a gala screening of Martin McDonagh’s new film Seven Psychopaths in aid of the Solas Galway Picture Palace.

Seven Psychopaths to help build Solas Picture Palace

Galwegians will be among the very first to see Seven Psychopaths, the new film from the Oscar winning writer/director Martin McDonagh, when it receives a gala screening in the Town Hall Theatre.

Keith Barry’s sinful delights

MASTER MENTALIST Keith Barry is back in Galway next week with his latest show, 8 Deadly Sins, which is on at the Black Box for two nights only.

Galway Omniplex Facebook competition

THE GALWAY Omniplex has set up its own Facebook page, Liking the page will give you access to movie news, trailers, competitions, and information on upcoming releases.

Cinema Review - Fright Night

WITH THE original 1985 film being so iconic and attracting a huge cult following it was a big task to produce a film that would live up to the name of Fright Night, and although there have been mixed reactions, the directing and of course the casting of yummy Colin Farrell helped to make a remake which is a great watch and I will certainly be getting the DVD when it is released.

Have a picnic to raise Barretstown funds

With the final few weeks of summer approaching, now is the time to get out and have a picnic and raise money for one of Ireland’s worthiest causes, Barretstown.

Cinema Review - Horrible Bosses

Horrible Bosses, a film in which three disgruntled and abused employees take matters into their own hands by planning the murder of their bosses, is a brilliantly funny movie; however, I did expect more.


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