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The Cinemobile is coming to Portumna this Saturday and Sunday and in addition to its regular screenings, there will be a free screening for over 65s of Julie & Julia.
THE CHRONICLES of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader opens in cinemas today and we have five movie tie-in goodie bags to give away.
This is just the best British comedy I have seen in ages where the gags are so dark that you find yourself laughing when you know you really should not, and that is what makes it great.
Hailed as “the future of Irish comedy”, Andrew Maxwell is a big favourite on the Irish and UK comedy circuit. And now he’s returning to Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday June 9.
“IF YOU want to guarantee putting a smile on your face, it’s hard to think of a better show to see,” so declared The Daily Telegraph about the English comedy sketch group Idiot of Ants, who make their Irish debut in Galway next week.
A funny thing happens in the moments before the opening credits to a film adapted from one of your favourite books. You get this brief reality check, push-and-pull where you want the film to be even better than the book but know in the very back of your mind that the chances it will are very slim. How To Lose Friends and Alienate People is unfortunately no different.
As one who thought that yet another addition to the ‘done to death’ Star Trek franchise would be a terrible idea I have to admit that this time the film has boldly gone where it should go.
ANDREW MAXWELL is a regular face on RTÉ’s The Panel alongside Dara O’Briain, Colin Murphy, Ed Byrne, and Neil Delamare. The cheeky chap from Kilbarrack draws chuckles whether ranting about D4s and their SUVs or making sexual advances towards Grainne Seoige.