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Come out for the Galway Film Fleadh

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THE GALWAY Film Fleadh celebrates its 21st anniversary this year and to mark the occasion - and as a way of combating the gloom of the recession - this year’s theme is ‘uplifting films’.

Galway Arts Festival readings

STEVEN GALLOWAY, author of the profoundly moving, The Cellist Of Sarajevo, will read in the Radisson SAS Hotel this Friday at 6pm and not in the Hotel Meyrick as previously advertised.

Clifden Community Arts Week 2009

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THE CLIFDEN Community Arts Week returns from Thursday September 17 to Sunday 27 and will feature readings from such major Irish poets as Seamus Heaney and Michael Longley.

Classical concert at the Linenhall

Critically acclaimed Irish cellist Gerald Peregrine and pianist Cathal Breslin perform a programme of much-loved cello works at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday September 10 at 8pm.

Irish Times journalist and poet to launch Clifden Community Arts Week programme

Renowned Irish Times journalist and poet Gerard Smyth will be on hand to officially launch the 2009 Clifden Community Arts Week programme which boasts an unforgettable line-up of national and international talent.

Classical concert at the Linenhall

Critically acclaimed Irish cellist Gerald Peregrine and pianist Cathal Breslin perform a programme of much-loved cello works at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday September 10 at 8pm. Young classical stars in the ascendant, Gerald and Cathal are both laureates of the Royal College of Music in London, former Fulbright scholars and recipients of National Concert Hall Rising Star debut recitals. This is a chance to experience two of Ireland's finest young performers and rising stars live in concert. Catch them now. The concert is grant assisted by a Music Network Performance and Touring Award, and presented in association with RTÉ Lyric fm. Gerald Peregrine and Cathal Breslin perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre on Thursday September 10 at 8pm.

Japanese Film Festival comes to the Town Hall

JAPAN HAS one of the oldest and largest film industries in the world. Its first films were screened in 1897 - only two years after the Lumière brothers made their famous screenings in Paris. Today the country is currently the third largest feature film producer.

 

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