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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

The X Factor Auditions in Waterford are on Wednesday 19th April at George’s Court Shopping Centre, Waterford from 11AM – 5PM

Register online for one of our audition days or just turn up at one of our audition days or send in your own video audition via application.xfactor.tv

The UK’s favourite singing show, The X Factor, is back and on the lookout for the next big breakout music stars. The team will be searching high and low, bringing the auditions directly to you in their hunt for singing sensations.

You can also apply by visiting Mobile Audition Tour dates, which will be visiting smaller towns and cities across the country. Dates to be announced shortly

For anyone who isn’t able to make it to any of the cities you can also send in your own video audition via our website application.xfactor.tv/ .

Acts are advised

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

As if Darren Holden’s global trotting schedule isn’t already enough for the Mooncoin man, he has now added yet another chapter to his successful career.

The High Kings main man, has been seen in recent weeks on SKY Channel 389 presenting the brand new show “Country Showtime” and gaining an army of new admirers across the UK.

The show airs on Wednesday at 6pm and repeated on Thursday at 7.30pm.

Ratings were very favourable with more than 200 thousand tuning in to catch Darren’s chat show skills, and also hear some of his favourite Country/ Folk/Pop music videos.

A music industry veteran, Holden first burst onto the scene in 1989 and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The High Kings are set to tour the UK, USA, Canada, Germany, The Netherlands and more this year.

Their concert still features Holden’s show stopping version

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

Having recently played a sold out concert as part of NYF Dublin in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Liam Ó Maonlaí and his all-star band take to the road this April with performances lined up in to include Waterford at the Theatre Royal, on

Sunday 16th April @ 8pm

Ré (pronounced ‘ray’ and meaning ‘moon’ or ‘era’ in Irish) features some of Ireland’s most innovative and decorated musicians. Maitiú Ó Casaide, the Dublin based piper; Cormac Begley whose concertina playing has been described as ‘a masterclass; Eithne Ní Chatháin (Inni-K), a highly celebrated traditional singer and fiddle player from Co.

Kildareounding member of the Hothouse Flowers and revered songwriter and accompanist, Peter O'Toole from Dublin adds a depth of musicality and sensitivity to this eclectic group.

Over the past three years the band have performed at some of the main international arts festivals including the Sydney

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

Celebrating their fourth year as a theatre production company, Waterford's Beretta Productions return with their third staged production, Frank McGuinness's classic Someone Who'll Watch Over Me.

Having tread the boards in 2015 in Garter Lane to great reviews and appreciative audiences the cast have decided to try their hand one more time with this dark and, at times, comic tale in Central Arts for a four night run.

Based on the true story of three hostages held against their will in eighties Lebanon, McGuinness has penned a powerfully dramatic play combining poignancy, tragedy and humour. The characters, a Northern Irishman, an American and an Englishman, at times battle with their cultural differences but their instinct for survival forces them to realise they are stronger together. Starring Darren Malone, Tim Fardey and Dean Sullivan and directed by Clare Smith. Someone Who'll Watch Over

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

TOM Crean is one of Ireland’s unsung heroes. The intrepid Antarctic explorer, born in Kerry in 1877 joined the navy at just 15 years of age and went on to have adventures that you and I can only experience at the movies.

In “Tom Crean – Antarctic Explorer”, which comes to Garter Lane on Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, celebrated actor Aidan Dooley brings Tom back to life in a captivating way. You will feel like you’re there with the man himself amidst adventures like the time he was trapped for months on sheets of ice after his ship was crushed. Hear the riveting true stories of Crean's Antarctic explorations as one of the few men to serve with both Scott and Shackleton and survive three famous expeditions: Discovery, (1901-1904); Terra Nova (1910-1913); and Endurance (1914-1916).

Tom Crean's story is

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

Murka Murcury and Nicky Wicks Step Up to the Mic!

Murka Murcury and ‘Voice of Ireland’ Star Nicky Wicks pick up the mic to showcase their new material to a Central Arts audience live on Easter Saturday, April 15.

Nicky Wicks is a fulltime reggae and hip hop artist from Waterford with a music career spanning several years.

Murka Murcury is an up-and-coming Waterford rapper and no stranger to the Central Arts having guest starred at a number of Open Mics, as well as a host of performances at other venues throughout the city and beyond as his name becomes more and more known.

This is your chance to see some great new material by two great rappers all for only a tenner! Special guests on the night to be announced so keep up to date by checking the Central Arts Facebook page.

Tickets are

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

We’re very excited about our ever growing offering of LIVE

ENTERTAINMENT in The Reg 7 Nights a week! Our LATE & LIVE SESSIONS on Thursdays & Sundays are proving to be a big hit and our MONDAY CLUB Service Industry Late Night event is going to get better and better, with BEAT 102-103’s DARREN RICE (above) on the decks EVERY MONDAY NIGHT ‘til Late!

Monday Club Easter Mayhem!

This Easter Monday night promises to be a huge night for all those who are stuck working for the weekend!

Come and join us for our

Late Night MONDAY CLUB with DJ DARREN RICE from 10pm til Late! Super drink deals and COMPLIMENTARY

Finger Food served at 10.30pm!

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

SILENCE

Any Martin Scorsese movie is definit ly always worth a watch and this film about missionaries in feudal Japan while not his usual subject matter is no exception. The film is based on a novel by a Japanese writer and concerns three Portugese Jesuit missionaries who travel from Macao to Japan in order to convert as many people as possible. The movie starts with two missionaries hearing the tale of their mentor, a priest who went out to Japan in order to undertake a mission to convert the heathen. There was such a huge crackdown onthe Christian community there by the authorities that the overwhelming numbers of converts were murdered. The priest was caught and wouldcertainly have been killed also but for some reason he recanted his faith and was allowed to live.

His two students can't believe what they are

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

A stage adaptation of Waterford playwright Sue Healy’s popular radio play COW is showing for one performance at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, 9.45 p.m. on Easter Saturday April 15th, as part of the PubTheatreFestival. Come along if you’re in London for the weekend!

When a mysterious and beautiful Hungarian woman arrives in Glenmore to work as a mushroom picker, the Clearys' strained, childless marriage comes under further threat…

An entertaining light comedy that also mulls contemporary issues including immigration, perceptions of women and infertility – and there’s ongoing consternation about hurling, camogie and Irish weather! The play is directed by Catríona Clancy whose family hails from the Deise. COW also feature’s Waterford City’s own Michael Quinlan as Damien Cleary, Mooncoin’s Geraldine Crowley as Marie Cleary and Emma Lyndon-Stanford as Ági Kovács.

Sue Healy

This Waterford writer’s work has been supported and developed by

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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

In The Name of the Famly

Author: Sara Denant Published by Virago Price 15.99 euro

by Marco Vichi Translated by Stephen Sartarelli Published by Hodder & Stoughton Price €25

This is the follow up novel to Dunant's 2014 book Blood and Beauty that followed the lives of the Borgia family as they clawed their way to power in renaissance Italy.

The head of the family is Pope Alexander, spanish by birth, a man who had 7 children from various mistresses. It is him and only three of the children that are the focus of the books, with one of the children already murdered and thrown into the Tiber in the first novel it is now just his son Cesare and his daughter Lucretiza that are left to secure the Borgia name.

The Pope is elderly and his powers are waning but he still has immense

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    Waterford Institute of TechnologyWaterford Institute of Technology is once again making national headlines for all the wrong reasons. At the recent Public Accounts Committee meeting representatives of WIT were questioned and in turn left more questionsunanswered. The Chairman of the P.A.C. Sean Fleming, T.D.,Fianna Fail, called the failure to have up to date accounts for W.I.T. as “disgraceful”.Faced with a deficit of €15m. the financial problems facing the Institute are very …

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