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Learn to dance and sing Flamenco

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THE FLAMENCO singer and dancer Magdalena Navarrete will host series of Flamenco dance, song, and culture in the Galway Dance Centre in June and July.

Cinema Review - Last Chance Harvey

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Meet Harvey Shine, a middle-aged man who has somehow ended up with a thankless dead-end job and estranged from his family. Then there’s Kate Walker, who feels well on her way to becoming the spinster with 10 cats and an over-needy paranoid mother to bug her 24/7. They meet, eventually learn to tolerate each other, and much much more.

Come out for the Galway Film Fleadh

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THE GALWAY Film Fleadh celebrates its 21st anniversary this year and to mark the occasion - and as a way of combating the gloom of the recession - this year’s theme is ‘uplifting films’.

NUIG Dramsoc presents She Stoops To Conquer

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NUI, GALWAY Dramsoc will be staging their annual summer play from Monday June 22 to Saturday 27 at 8pm in the form of Oliver Goldsmith’s pioneering comic play She Stoops to Conquer.

Cinema Review - The Hangover

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What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, or so the saying goes, but as the lads in this flick find out there are plenty of tears, missing persons, and other random inexplicable events that come with a night of extreme debauchery. If only they could remember it all. The Hangover is rude, crude, and oh so wrong, that’s what makes it bloody brilliant.

Oil, gas, protests, and debate

FOR MORE than 50 years, communities along the Niger Delta have protested against oil extraction in the region. Their stories, as well as those of younger, more militantly minded protesters, will be told in the documentary Sweet Crude.

The Radisson launch The Live Lounge

The Live Lounge is the Radisson SAS Hotel’s new entertainment centre which will host shows from the Camembert Quartet, U2 tribute band Rattle and Hum, and rising Irish soul singer Laura Izibor.

Peter Pan to play flying visit to Town Hall

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PETER PAN, the boy who would never grow up and who could fly, has enchanted audiences since JM Barrie introduced him to readers and theatre goers in the early 1900s.

Cinema Review - The Taking of Pelham 123

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I am such a Denzel Washington fan and as an actor he does not disappoint in this film which ticks all the boxes for a hostage flick. However, by its very nature there are no real surprises - there are the requisite negotiations, the impossible demands, a few shootings, and of course getting the bad guy. What’s new?

Win DVDs of Waveriders

WAVERIDERS, THE acclaimed film which tells the history of surfing, its revival by an Irish-American, and which profiles major surfers, is out on DVD tomorrow.

 

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