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WATCH THE trailer for this movie. After that, if you want to see it, then go. Do you want to see San Francisco shake? Great! Now you can see it shake with for two hours with beautiful people running around, gradually shedding garments and having near misses with falling buildings and flash floods. It is the Ronseal Quick Drying Varnish of movies. It does exactly what it says on the tin.
Dark and audacious, Fisherman’s Blues, the rambunctious new novel from playwright, novelist, and screenwriter Mick Donnellan covers a myriad of genres from crime noir to comedy with an odd bit of religion for good measure.
JACQUES RENAULT, the Washington DC DJ and producer and Let’s Play House label head makes his Galway debut this weekend.
TRANSITIONS OF many kinds - be they in relationship status, becoming a mother, eras and generations, to the dizzying speed of digital and technological developments - are at the heart of a new poetry collection by Emily Cullen.
Sharon’s Grave in Ballina
JAPANESE METAL, Swedish fun, English cool, and Irish brilliance are on the cards over the next few months with a host of brilliant acts set to play the Róisín Dubh.
FOR THE third time in the space of just over 18 months - and we should feel privileged by this - Japan’s Acid Mothers Temple play the Róisín Dubh on this Tuesday at 9pm.
THE WORD mùscailt means to celebrate and inspire and the arts will be celebrated at Múscailt, NUI, Galway’s spring arts festival, from Monday February 9 to Friday 13, with plenty of concerts, exhibitions, talks, and events to inspire both the campus and wider public.
TAKING ITS cue from funk and soul, and developing in the Latino and gay clubs of New York in the mid-1970s, disco became a global phenomenon by the end of the decade.
Twenty-five sports projects throughout Mayo have received a total of € 16,000 in funding under the Mayo Sports Partnerships Special Participation Project Initiative Scheme 2009.