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WHEN THE house you are building is falling down around your ears, when all you have worked for is taken away, what will run out first: your money or your wife? Arthur’s Dig is a 21st century drama, exploring the blurred lines that define what it is to be a man in contemporary Ireland.
FRESH FROM a stint on Red Rock, after appearing in George Clooney's Monuments Men, actor Declan Mills comes to The Town Hall Theatre with Arthur's Dig on Thursday June 11 at 8pm.
What a week it has been. It was a great weekend for Fine Gael — they couldn’t have asked for more in Carlow Kilkenny. They had been hopeful of securing two seats — but to have gained three was a huge bonus for the party locally.
You’ve been drenched; you’ve been flooded; you’ve been kicked, battered, and depressed by the economic shenanigans. Truly, there has not been much to smile about lately. And Christmas is just around the corner! What you need is a good dose of laughter, administered freely by Athlone Little Theatre’s next show. Don’t miss this great antidote to the winter blues that runs from November 25 to December 1 at the Little Theatre in St Mary’s Place, Athlone. This is their second show in their Diamond Jubilee year and features three one act comedies from the pens of David Tristram, Deirdre Kinahan, and Jim Cartwright.
Westport Market on The Mall is delighted to welcome Sheila and Jenny of Country Kitchen Catering with their luscious range of home-baked produce—a delicious treat for the senses! Their cookies, brownies and strawberry cream-filled puff pastries are extremely tempting. A great variety of quick savoury bites such as vegetarian and meat quiches, Cornish pasties and pies are but some of their delicious fare. Of course they bake staples like fresh scones, soda bread, apple pies and other delicious confectionery treats too!
Leo Walsh Pharmacy, located at Joyce’s Supermarket beside Xtravision, has been open for over three years and has become a valuable part of the Knocknacarra community. Open late Monday to Saturday, and closing at 6pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays, it’s open when you most need it.
Now that the school holidays are upon us, the time is ripe to get your children hooked on the joys of the room outdoors. The cool, wet, month of May this year has meant that the growing season is running a few weeks late, which means there’s still plenty of time to start growing flowers and vegetables. This summer could be your chance to help the younger members of your family develop a love affair which could last a lifetime.
In a presentation to be held at The Imperial Hotel tonight (Thursday) UNWRA delegate Susan Johnson will give an eye-witness account of what the people of Gaza have endured.