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Cinema review: Whiplash

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A CLAUSTROPHOBIC, unrelenting, tense, but maybe slightly unrealistic take on a tired formula, Whiplash is still gaining Oscar buzz week on week.

Mark Logan: an appreciation

HUSBAND, FATHER, brother, uncle, friend, messer, Chelsea fan, musician, comedian, animal lover, teller of the most detailed stories, absolute gentleman, a man of honesty and passion, Mark was, first and foremost, a beautiful person.

Claregalway drama festival starts tonight

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The finest amateur drama talent in the country will head to Claregalway from tonight (Thursday) March 13 when the Claregalway Drama Festival gets under way at the local leisure centre.

‘Let me tell you a story’ – Moth & Butterfly takes wing

THE TOWNHOUSE Bar on Spanish Parade hosts the second monthly gathering of the Moth & Butterfly storytelling group on Wednesday February 20. After the rousing success of its January debut, this promises to be a richly entertaining evening.

Experience the magic of Keith Barry at The Royal Theatre this April

Keith Barry returns to The Royal Theatre on Saturday April 10 with his new show The Asylum. After selling out at his Christmas show in Castlebar Keith is back much to the delight of his fans. This new show promises to bring in even more captivating illusions and magic to the stage and fans of Keith will not be left disappointed.

Keith Barry – Direct from Vegas back by popular demand

Due to the phenomenal success of Keith Barry – Direct From Vegas in December 08 and January 09, the second leg of this sold out show is back to play more dates around the country.

The priests were on the ball...

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Nothing more symbolised the relationship between the Irish Catholic Church and the GAA than the formalities in the lead up to an All Ireland final in Croke Park. To the musical accompaniment of the Artane Boys band, there was the parade of the players, then a rousing version of the national anthem, followed by Faith of our Fathers, and then the sight of a bishop throwing in the ball to begin the game.

Keith Barry Back by popular demand

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The Royal Theatre welcomes back the illusionist and phenomenon that is Keith Barry. Castlebar will be captivated by what they see.

A Galway Christmas book hamper

ONCE AGAIN we reach the season of goodwill and of exchanging gifts to show our appreciation and love for those whose presence we cherish.

Magic and mayhem in the Dean Crowe

2009 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Keith Barry. Since winning the Merlin Award for ‘Mentalist of the Year 2009’, demand for his performances has gone through the roof, both in his native Ireland and on the star-studded Las Vegas Strip.

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