Archive for December 2016

The Cinema Corner – December 30th

The Cinema Corner - December 30th

If you would prefer to ring in the new year with a classic comedy than a night of endless queuing for over-priced shandies, the Lighthouse is the place for you tomorrow night as they screen Billy Wilder’s 1960 gem The […]

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Ennis Brothers release debut Christmas single

Ennis Brothers release debut Christmas single

Ringsend residents Owen and Matt Ennis have released their debut single, a cover of the Christmas classic “Walking in the Air”. Like many artists before them, the brothers have put their own unique spin on the song immortalized by the […]

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The Cinema Corner – December 23rd

I first saw Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko at a film festival in 2001, and while I failed to embrace it myself, I could instantly tell it was set to become a modern cult classic. While its director could never repeat its […]

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Day of the Wren on St. Stephen’s Day

Day of the Wren on St. Stephen's Day

The 33rd Annual Wren Boys’ Day will be celebrated in Sandymount on St. Stephen’s Day this coming Saturday. Organised by Dublin City Council’s South East Area in association with Sandymount Tidy Towns Community Association, the event will feature performances from […]

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This Week on NewsFour: December 10 – 17

This Week on NewsFour: December 10 - 17

There were two meetings of the Dublin City Council’s South East Area committee over the months of October and November. Read more… Local picture roundup Mr Tilly lights up his house on Bath Avenue. Read more… Gluten-free – The new […]

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The Cinema Corner – December 16th

The Cinema Corner - December 16th

The Christmas movies continue in Dublin cinemas this week. Scrooge, the wonderful 1951 adaptation of Charles Dickens’ seasonal tale, featuring an iconic performance by Alastair Sim in the the title role, plays all week at the Irish Film Institute. Across the […]

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Juveniles and Minors excel at Clanns

Juveniles and Minors excel at Clanns

The last fixture of the season for our U16 footballers was a momentous occasion as it was their last game at juvenile level for a group of players who have been playing together since they were U8s. While a win […]

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Railway Union winter news

Railway Union winter news

Railway Union winter news Cricket Railway Union Cricket Club are delighted to announce that 2016 overseas player, Charith Fernando from Sri Lanka, will be returning to play again in 2017. Charith had an excellent first season in Leinster cricket in […]

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New York Marathon Man

New York Marathon Man

Joe McDermott, Thorncastle Street, is pictured in action at the New York City Marathon. Joe ran the 26 miles in a time of 3 hours 55 minutes – a remarkable achievement. Inspired by the struggle of a young relative of […]

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Matthew “Gunner” Reilly

Matthew “Gunner” Reilly

Over a century ago, Matthew Reilly from Donnybrook became one of the first Dubliners to make a successful career as a footballer in England. He played international football for Ireland and kept goal for some of the most famous clubs […]

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