Archive for March 2018

The Cinema Corner – March 30th

The Cinema Corner - March 30th

You’ll have to wait until Monday for this week’s must see new release. A Quiet Place stars Emily Blunt and director John Krasinski as a couple attempting to keep their family safe in the wake of an alien invasion. The […]

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Whelan Family Plaque

The Whelan family will be unveiling a plaque for Thomas, Patrick and Martin Whelan on Easter Sunday after mass at Ringsend Church. Patrick Whelan was an Irish Volunteer who died in battle at Bolands Mills in 1916 and was later […]

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Lansdowne Tennis Club is Hands Down the Best

If you’re looking to play tennis in the Dublin 4 area, then you might consider popping down to Lansdowne Tennis Club. Adults who are new to the game are invited to a free social tournament every Saturday morning at 10.30am […]

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Blades Guitarist Passes Away

Guitarist with rock band The Blades, Laurence Cleary died last week in Japan aged 60. Having grown up in Ringsend, Cleary went to the Star of the Sea boys school before heading to study at Ringsend Tech. He later worked […]

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The Cinema Corner – March 23rd

The Cinema Corner - March 23rd

Over the past decade, few filmmakers can match Japan’s Hirokazu Kore-eda for consistent quality output. Having established himself as the modern master of the family drama, Kore-eda now steps outside his comfort zone to deliver a legal thriller. The Third […]

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StepUp for Stephen

The Step Up for Stephen Fundraising Committee are organising a Fun Run at Clanna Gael Fontenoy on 8th April in aid of local teenager Stephen Deering. Stephen, an avid footballer, is a local 15 year old from Bath Avenue who […]

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Strong Women and Suffragettes

Women and men from Góilín Singing Club will join writer Catherine Ann Cullen at Pearse Street Library today for a lively evening of songs and poems populated by Irish women, real and imagined. From Molly Malone to Molly Bloom, from […]

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from NewsFour

May the road rise to meet you, the roof above you never fall in and those gathered beneath it never fall out. May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live. May the […]

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The Cinema Corner – March 16th

The Cinema Corner - March 16th

Force Majeure director Ruben Ostlund continues to mine situation comedy from middle class Swedish mores in The Square, a hilarious look at the hapless life of a Stockholm art gallery curator. Close to two and a half hours long, it […]

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Feis Ceoil Continues at RDS

The classical music festival, Feis Ceoil, which has been held annually since 1896 and attracts over 5,000 participants from all over Ireland, runs in Ballsbridge until March 23rd. Following that a showcase performance of the most outstanding competitors from this […]

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