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Love, soul, and music, those are three words that come to mind when one thinks of the legendary French singer, Edith Piaf. A cultural icon, she is universally thought of as France’s best singer. Famously referred to by Marlene Dietrich as the ‘soul of Paris,’ her funeral was the only time since World War Two that Parisian traffic completely came to a stop.
“The main trouble is there are too many people who don’t know where they’re going and they want to get there too fast.” Sounds like a commentary on modern life particularly as we approach Christmas, but it’s actually a quote from the 1947 classic film The Bishop’s Wife, staring Cary Grant.
It takes something really special to lure someone out on a cold winters evening and what could be more enticing than a film on the big screen, a glass of wine, and good company?
Athlone Film Club are pleased to announce the launch of a children's film club this Sunday February 15 at 2.30pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone. The club has chosen three classic films that will not only delight children but adults who are a child at heart!
Looking for something different to do on St Patrick's Day? Well in the spirit of the day, Athlone Film Club is having an evening of Irish film followed by a traditional music session.
Athlone Film Club ends its successful spring season with the charming and offbeat film, The Pope's Toilet.
Following a successful first year the committee of Athlone Film Club is hard at work preparing for the upcoming autumn/ winter season which marks the club’s first anniversary. The new season will also see the launch of a website for the club which will be launched in the upcoming weeks.
Exciting times are ahead for Athlone Film Club, which launched its new website in the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone last Wednesday August 19 .
Westport Film Club will show Everlasting Moments on Wednesday October 7 at 8.45pm in the Westport Cineplex as part of Westport Art Festival.
Athlone audiences are in for a treat as September marks the start of Athlone Film Club’s autumn/winter season. From September 15 to December 15, films will be shown every second Tuesday at 8pm on the big screen in the Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre. From comedy to classic, from world cinema to contemporary, the club promises an exciting line-up that will appeal to all tastes and ages.