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Freedom of Connemara for French singing legend

It is one of France’s most famous songs, has been included on many collections of top Gallic hits, sold millions of copies in the early 1980s and now it is to lead to the Freedom of Connemara for its singer.

Kilkenny students attend International Youth Leadership Conference

Four Kilkenny students were among a group of nearly 300 young adults from across the world who attended the ‘Albert Schweitzer’s Leadership for Life’ (ASLFL) conference last week.

Notes for the season

Spring is the perfect time to detox your closet. This time of year we start thinking about decluttering and buying a few key pieces to transition into spring. Before you buy a single piece, gut your closet by emptying every single thing out of it. A ‘quick tidy’ is vastly different from a ‘gut’. You will know this because it is more time consuming, creates more anxiety, and is ultimately more satisfying. Not to sound all Joan Crawford-ish, but its time to retire any wire hangers you may have. Store bought hangers are relatively cheap and make all the difference in keeping your clothing in good nick.

A fantastic French comedy proves the universal language of love and laughter

Next Tuesday January 18 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone Film Club commences its new season on a humorous note with the fantastic French comedy, Heartbreakers.

Goodbye Lenin! composer to play Róisín Dubh

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YANN TIERSEN, the Breton composer and musician, best known for his soundtracks for Amélie and Goodbye Lenin! plays the Róisín Dubh on Monday at 9pm.

Chrysalis Dance to unveil new show in Town Hall

3 PIECE Suite, a new show from Chrysalis Dance, featuring a triple bill of world premieres - Turn Out The Stars, The Other Way, and Connect For - will be performed in Galway this month.

A French Welcome at the Dean Crowe Theatre

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Athlone Film Club’s continues its autumn/winter season on Tuesday September 28 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre with the 2009 French film Welcome. In this award winning film director Philippe Lioret has smoothly crafted an emotionally affecting drama driven by powerful performances.

Maths and mystery add up to an intriguing thriller in Fermat’s Room

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Maths and mystery add up to an unlikely but engrossing solution in Fermat’s Room, the next screening from Athlone Film Club on Tuesday February 9 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre.

Genet’s The Maids at Town Hall

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Revolution brewing at the Watergate

The spirit of revolution is stirring in the Watergate Theatre as rehearsals for Les Miserables, Watergate Productions’ new show, hit some high notes this week.

 

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