This Week on NewsFour: January 11-15

National Print Museum Calls for 1916 Exhibition Material

Pic: National Print Museum

This has been a week like no other, when the dual shock of David Bowie’s and Alan Rickman’s passing – both at the age of 69 and both from cancer – has left us reeling. We will never forget the captivating characters these two legends brought to us, from Ziggy Stardust to Aladdin Sane to the Thin White Duke, and from Hans Gruber to Colonel Brandon to Severus Snape.

If you follow our Facebook or Twitter accounts, you will have spotted this story about the time Bowie played a secret gig in Ringsend.

National Print Museum Calls for 1916 Artifacts
Could you contribute to an exhibition about 1916? The National Print Museum has put out a call for ephemera related to the 1916 Rising, so that it can put together an exhibition which engages the public with a fresh slant!
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Sound equipment needed!
Donnybrook Youth Club needs your help! The club is entering the SVP Talent Show this February, and is looking for any sound equipment, such as microphones and stands, that members of the community might be able to lend.
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Adopt a Monument with the Heritage Council
Do you want to get involved with local heritage? The Heritage Council is looking for groups to take part in the inaugural year of its Adopt a Monument Scheme!
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Cinema Roundup January 15th
Oscar contenders Creed, Room and The Revenant get the Cinema Roundup treamnent this week, courtesy of the Movie Waffler!
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Remembering Ringsend in 1916
Ringsend College started a course yesterday dedicated to discussing Ringsend during the 1916 Rising.
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