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Wednesday, 8th February 2017

Thank Funk return to The Reg this Saturday night with their vibrant & electrifying mix of Soul /Funk/ Motown covers.

With 5 Bars under one roof and a number of heated and covered outdoor areas, The Reg is your one-stop-shop for a GREAT night out! We’ll also be showing all The RBS Six Nations action Live on our HD Screens and The Reg Sports Club Loyalty Cards are available for all Live Sports Events!

DJ Shay Searson gets the Saturday Night Party started from 10pm!

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Wednesday, 8th February 2017

No Offence

Developed by the same writer who made Shameless such a hit for Channel Four this programme set in a police station in Manchester brings much the same irreverent humour to the screen as Scally Mancs on the Chatsworth estate did. Headed up lead detective Viv, everyone is on first name terms here to a large extent, there always seems to be both a larger series length theme running through all of the episodes as well as individual story lines in each show.

The first series had a story about the rape and murder of young deaf girls as the main story line which didn't have a good ending for Viv as it turned out that her husband was the one that was the serial killer but in this the second series it is all about gang warfare on the streets

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Wednesday, 8th February 2017

A real treat is in store for Waterford rock music fans as the awesome Bitch Falcon is to kick off their first ever Irish tour with a gig at Central Arts on Saturday 10th February.

To add to the excitement, Central Arts has just announced an amazing duo of support acts with Dungarvan’s Cider Wasps and Kilkenny’s Beautiful Corruption, giving fans a serious triple header of quality rock music.

Two years on from an initial explosive emergence, Dublin-based three-piece Bitch Falcon haven’t so much discovered their voice as relentlessly refined it. If anything, they relish in sharp declarations, their signature sound always moving forward even when throwing a nod to the past.

Bitch Falcon are a straight-up three-piece rock band from Dublin with a signature sound that is always moving forward even when throwing a nod to the past. Looking set to become

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Wednesday, 8th February 2017

Death In The Tuscan Hills

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

After resigning from the Florentine police and moving to a small holding in the Tuscan hills Bordelli is approached by a Duchess from the local castle to investigate the death of her son. Her son died over 15 years ago and the death was ruled a suicide but his mother has always maintained that it was a murder.

She has held firm to this belief even though all the evidence points to the fact that her son did in fact kill himself. The son was found hanging in a room in the castle and all the windows and all the doors were locked from the inside.

The authorities had to break in before they even found the body. The duchess says that no matter the

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Wednesday, 8th February 2017

Garter Lane Arts Centre is delighted to present Ray of Light, an exhibition of cityscapes by Gary Kearney.

Kearney’s work examines aspects of the city and urban living- its architecture and how the city space is shaped by the vast amounts of information which is processed and altered through our obsession with construction and progression.

His work presents a stark vision of the urban environment and of modern society, where humans are absent and yet, traces of their presence and impact are felt throughout his paintings.

Born in Tipperary and currently based in Cork City, Kearney graduated from the Crawford College of Art & Design in 2005.

His work reflects his interest in architecture, perspective and natural lighting and explores how these impact our connection to the urban environment.

His work has been exhibited throughout Ireland, including a recent solo show at the Linenhall Arts

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Wednesday, 8th February 2017

Top comedy duo The Craicateers (Konor Halpin and Dermott Sullivan) will present their fantastically funny show A Life In The Day Of A Pub on Sunday 12th Feb. at The Gaelach Gorm Theatre in Kill as a fund raiser for the Kill Action and Alert Group.

The show has been very well received on its recent outings in Coolnasmeer and Kilkenny and features the many comical characters who visit a pub on a particular day. From an emergency A and E to the Taoiseach's visit this show has everything, hilarious sketches, comedy songs and stand up routines all wonderfully woven into a complete comedy play.

Admission is €10 and for bookings tel. 086 8569358

Win two tickets to the show by texting the translation of Gaelach Gorm to 087 2225225

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Wednesday, 8th February 2017

Browsing through a newspaper on a long train journey led Katriina Bent to discover the poem ‘From the Birds’ by Irish poet Brendan Kennelly. It immediately translated into a series of visual images and her heart was set to develop the theme further.

Katriina is originally from Finland and lived and studied in the vicinity of the Arctic Circle in the city of Oulu. She has lived with her family in Ireland for the last twenty years. She works as assistant curator in Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) .

From The Birds will be on view on the WHAT Staff Art Wall in the post room corridor of UHW until the 31st of March 2017. The Staff Art Wall is an initiative of WHAT which aims to celebrate the creativity of HSE staff.

For further information, please contact WHAT on 051 842664, or

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Wednesday, 1st February 2017

Don’t miss an unforgettable night for an unforgettable entertainer at The Tower Hotel on Thursday 9th March when Waterford’s finest musicians perform together for one night only in a ‘not to be missed’ event.

Bands perfoming on the night include Moon Struck Bob Miller Band Soul Reason featuring

Peter Kelly with special guest stars Compere Dermot Power

All proceeds from the night will go towards the purchase of a headstone for the late, great BOB MILLER.

Doors open at 8.30 Bands on stage at 9.30

Tickets €10 available from Caroline : 086 777 8490

Ches : 086 861 5179

TICKETS also available on The door on the night

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Wednesday, 1st February 2017

It’s NOT creepy or kooky, mysterious or spooky.

It’s Psychic Medium Tony Stockwell demonstrating his belief that those who have passed can communicate with their loved ones. Tony is sensitive and inspirational, his messages are amazingly detailed and always humorous

At its best, Mediumship has the potential to change someone’s life and to instil in them a sense of peace, comfort and purpose.

Psychic Medium Tony Stockwell is not a new kid on the block and during his 25 years working as a medium he has constantly worked to improve his game and push the boundaries of his communication. In that time he has had umpteen television programmes, taught at some of the most respected schools for mediumistic development as well as setting up his own training school for

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Wednesday, 1st February 2017

Pat Daly’s newest play attracts two of Waterford’s finest emigrant actors home to perform in the beautiful Garter Lane Theatre.

Lenny Hayden originally from the Quay in Waterford (anyone remember Hayden’s Hackney Cabs!) is one of Waterford’s finest actors and has the portfolio to match his great talent.

Lenny is a long-time member of The Focus Theatre in Dublin where he studied the Stanislavski method of acting. He also studied and taught drama in Bull Alley. He has an enormous list of theatre credits and his TV and Film credits include The Tudors, Fair City, Ordinary Decent Criminal and the Stardust Tragedy.

Lenny is thrilled to be working with Jim Nolan on ‘The Hall’ and the feeling is mutual as director Jim Nolan is delighted to eventually work

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Letters to the Editor


    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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