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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Theatre Royal on Friday 17th February

Don’t miss this special evening with Frances Black & Kieran Goss as they reunite for a special show.

It has been over 20 years since Frances Black and Kieran Goss last toured together. In the intervening years both artists have enjoyed huge international success in their respective solo careers, but it was the inspired pairing of these unique talents as a duo in the early ’90s that first caught the imagination of the Irish public.

Tickets Price ?28.50 full, ?26 concession

Time: 8pm. Book now on http://www.theatreroyal.ie, 051 874402 or pop into the box office on The Mall

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

A Night of Original Music With Karen Coss and John Keane

On Saturday night, February 25, Central Arts presents a very special evening of original music with two of Waterford’s finest singer-songwriters, Karen Coss and John Keane.

John Keane is a songwriter from Waterford who has just finished writing his first album ‘Chasing the Whale’, which is filled with passionate songs written about both positive and negative personal experiences. John is an energetic and passionate live performer.

Karen Coss is a singer songwriter, originally from Galway but now based in her adopted home Waterford. Karen’s songs are deeply personal and she is currently working on her EP 'Courage to Change' to be released this year.

Songs from the Soul presents an opportunity for audiences to hear new works from both of these artists for the first time. Tickets priced at ?10 are available from

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Brendan Grace at the Theatre Royal on Thursday 16th February @ 8pm.

It's a funny old world when seen through the eyes of Brendan Grace.

The sanctimonious priest who knows more than he's telling, the father of the bride makes a speech at his daughter’s wedding, and then there's the schoolboy with the unspeakable personal habits and a fine line in sympathy pleas.

Brendan Grace is all of these and more.

Brendan's material owes more to the best of the traditional stand-up-comics than it does to modern alternative humour and his show is very much a show for all the family. There is sincerity about his act that endears you to him, and his off-stage persona is very much a 'man of the people' as he makes himself available after each show for a photo and a 'meet and greet.

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Central Arts is very excited to announce that the infamous deep house duo Fish Go Deep are to play a gig in the venue on March 11. Fish Go Deep (AKA Greg Dowling and Shane Johnson) have been playing records in their home-town of Cork for more than twenty years and in that time have become legends of the Irish house music scene.

Throughout the nineties their residency at Sir Henry's introduced a generation of Irish clubbers to house music and played host to some of the biggest names on the underground circuit. Since then the duo have conquered the world, traveling their unique sound to clubs and festivals throughout Ireland, Europe and beyond.

They have released two albums, more than a dozen EPs and several compilations, presented radio shows and a much-loved weekly podcast, hosted many of the world’s top house

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

A tribute to Johnny Cash comes to town!

He sings like Johnny and he looks like Johnny and he performs just like the great man, with energy, charisma and vitality! The No. 1 Johnny Cash Tribute “THE MAN IN BLACK” comes to the Theatre Royal Waterford on Saturday 18th February.

Featuring Terry Lee Goffee and his band, this is one show you won’t want to miss. He is, without doubt, the top Johnny Cash Tribute Artist in the US, where he performs to packed houses and great acclaim.

Time: 8pm Tickets Price: ?25

BOOK now on http://www.theatreroyal.ie 051 874402 or pop into the box office on The Mall

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Full line-up of Entertainment this Friday & Saturday Night at The Reg.

Friday night sees one of Waterford’s best loved bands THE JAM TARTS who play their unique set of Funk/Soul/ Indie/Rock with some mesmerizing mash-ups thrown in!

Saturday night we welcome High Defintion back to The Reg with their classy, professional and funky covers of all-time big band favourites to keep the party going through the night!

As usualRESIDENT DJ SHAY SEARSON is Live in The Reg Bar from 10pm each night playing all the latest Club Hits, Classic Floor Fillers and some Cheesey Tunes!

The Reg Sports Club

Loyalty Card

The 6 Nations takes a break this weekend but there’s still lots of Live Sports in The Reg! Take advantage of our NEW Sports Club Loyalty Card. It’s very simple, pick up a card at one of our bars, get 4 Balls stamped during

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

RobotRock are the ultimate next generation party band. They perform live what up until now DJ's only dared to do. By mixing, mashing, slicing and dicing classic dance anthems, the band creates the ultimate floor filling experience that will bring you back to the halcyon days when dance anthems reigned supreme and club nights brought the party people together. With a set list full of big hitters by The Prodigy, Daft Punk, LCD Soundsystem, Chemical Brothers, Justice, Fatboy Slim, Hot Chip, Underworld, Groove Armada, Mylo, Basement Jaxx, Gorillaz, New Order and The Beastie Boys, the 4 piece from Dublin are really looking forward to their Waterford debut at Shortts this Friday at midnight.

On Saturday at Shortts there’s another AAA Party with The Jam Tarts live in the Bar, Good Times DJs on the Terrace and DJ Evan Marshall upstairs in

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Doctor Strange

Never has a movie been more appropriately titled then this one. It is just strange from beginning to end. It is part of the 'Marvel' franchise of films which are usually all about Superheroes but in this one we are told that 'while the Avengers protect the physical world we protect the astral one'. So, that's us told. Basically the movie is about a super cocky neurosurgeon who after a car crash, his own fault, loses the 100% flexibility in his hands that he needs to do his job and therefore quickly loses the will to live, the audience will soon discover this feeling as well. A short time later the doctor is given some hope when he hears about a place in

Katmandu where it is said that even the most impossible of cases can be healed. He heads

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Viva (15A)

Viva stars Héctor Medina as Jesus, a hairdresser for a troupe of drag performers in Havana, who longs to make his stage debut. Encouraged by his mentor, Mama (Luis Alberto García), Jesus finally gets his chance.

But when his estranged father Angel (Jorge Perugorría) turns up unexpectedly he prevents Jesus from performing. As father and son clash over their opposing expectations of each other, Viva becomes a love story as the men struggle to understand one another and reconcile as a family. Viva screens in Garter Lane Arts Centre on Sunday 19th at 7.30pm.

Booking 051-855038 & http://www.garterlane.ie

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Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Anna-Liese are a 4 piece band. Their first EP "Chasing and Fading" set to be released in April and May 2016. They are growing from strength-to-strength, building a reputable following and continue to establish themselves as an energetic force in the local music scene.

'Their naturally affluent knack for sweet toned slick riffs and melodies leaving no doubt there is talent behind these lads.' http://www.Indiebuddie.com

Collides are a 3 Piece band. Expect dance beats mixed with thumping bass,and gritty guitar riffs. Somewhere between The Prodigy and Queens of The Stone Age. Debut EP, Fools Feel Fine, set to released in March.

'A band not short of energy or enthusiasm, the vocalist is very charismatic, variously shouting, singing and snarling, calling to mind punk vocalists such as Jello Biafra and Johnny Rotten.' Pure M

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    Travel chaos as strike likely to go aheadWith the Bus Eireann strike for February 20th looking as if it will go ahead it seems that the workers in that particular section of the C.I.E. company will get the overwhelming support from their co-workers in Bus Eireann and Irish Rail. This will mean that public transport in the country will effectively come to a standstill next week. Considering that some bus stations share the same facilities between Bus Eireann and Dublin Bus it is understandable that some p …

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