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THE FILM that gave the world one of the best loved of all Christmas songs will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre this Sunday at 3.30pm.
DANGEROUS JOURNEYS, complicated love lives, actors dragged out of retirement, and finding a supernanny for a naughty little boy - it is all happening on screen for the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season.
My grandmother was born in Moylough, Co Galway, in 1890, and when I knew her she projected an image of Irish Catholic propriety. She went to daily Mass, and stopped to say the Angelus at noon and 6pm. She was generous with the price of a jacket or a ‘smart’ pair of shoes if she felt that I looked a bit shabby. She’d make my mother jealous by making the best chocolate cake ever!
I know it’s only a rumour, but nevertheless profoundly believed, that male medical students have an easy time with the girls. Many women appear to be under the impression that a doctor would make a ‘lovely husband’, and exert their wiles to make them believe they would make a perfect doctor’s wife.
A TRAIN driver who embarks on a strange adventure, a woman who breaks the mould by entering the male dominated world of 19th century photography, an inspirational schoolteacher, and the mesmerising Penélope Cruz, can all be seen at this season’s Galway Film Society screenings.
Brighten up your winter evening on Tuesday December 15 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre with Athlone Film’s Clubs final film of the season, the timeless classic White Christmas, one of the best loved Christmas movies ever made.