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Athlone Film Club continues its autumn/winter season on Tuesday October 4 with Oranges and Sunshine, a powerful and deeply moving understated account of a major social injustice that went unreported for many years.
The Cinemobile is resuming its monthly visits to Portumna, with a two day visit this Monday and Tuesday at the Shannon Oaks Hotel car park.
Athlone Film Club kicks off its new season with a comedic tone on Tuesday September 6 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre with the 2010 French comedy, My Afternoons with Margueritte.
The start of the autumn heralds an exciting new season for Athlone Film Club, which marks the club’s third year of entertaining Athlone audiences with classic and contemporary films in the Dean Crowe Theatre.
Athlone Film Club continues its unmissable new season on a comedic but poignant route on Tuesday January 25 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre with Elia Suleiman’s The Time That Remains.
The new year brings a new season for Athlone Film Club at the Dean Crowe Theatre. Audiences are in a for a treat as the club unveils an exciting line-up of films, from classic to contemporary, commencing on Tuesday January 18 with the irresistible French romantic comedy, Heartbreakers.
Athlone Film Club’s successful season continues with the news that the club has been awarded Shannonside Radio’s Arts and Entertainment Award for January 2010. This has been awarded in recognition of the club’s contribution to the arts in the Midlands.
Athlone’s newest club continues to draw large crowds. Audiences were engaged by the classic thriller The Third Man on Tuesday September 23 in the comfortable setting of the Dean Crowe Theatre. Organisers are delighted by the success of the film club and promise audiences many more nights of entertainment in the upcoming season.
Ballina Film Club’s autumn programme
Westport Film Club