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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

The ERCS Annual Concert will be held in the Large Room, City Hall on Friday April 21st at 8pm. We are delighted to have the wonderful Soprano Niamh Murray as our Special Guest this year. Our Musical Director Catherine Power has also secured the musical talent of Violinists Marian Power and David McElroy, which will no doubt add tremendous variety and sparkle to the evening. Our line up for this concert is complete with the talented Denise Crowley as Accompanist.

Tickets are only €15 each and can be had from any member of Edmund Rice Choral Society, also from Reddy's Off Licence in Ballybricken or phone 087 639 2868. This concert is a very popular event on the social calendar of many music lovers in Waterford and beyond. As always we look forward to and appreciate all support.

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

“AAA” THIS SATURDAY AT SHORTTS/PROJECT

It’s Waterford’s biggest night out so don’t miss ‘AAA’ this Saturday with 3 rooms of top quality FREE entertainment through the Shortt’s front door. After last week’s full dancefloor for Robbie G, this Saturday it’s the return of the South East’s most popular young commercial/dance DJ, MARSHAL, who will be pumping out the PARTY tunes upstairs in Project (full club set up).

The Renegades are the best new covers band on the Irish live circuit and they just love being in their own hometown on a Saturday night, so expect the usual high energy 2 hour set from the lads that will have ye bouncing off the walls. The Access All Areas line-up is completed by the “Good Times” DJ crew out on the

Terrace with a perfect Saturday night mix of funk, disco and house music. All

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Smash Hits @ Project – Easter Saturday, 15 April

Ireland’s best PARTY band, Smash Hits, are back in Waterford for a MASSIVE Easter Party on Saturday, 15 April, at Project, 10 John Street. The band is an absolute phenomenon and sell more tickets on the live circuit in Ireland every year than any other band. Their winning formula is very simple; fully decked out in 90s gear they perform a fun filled and high energy set of 90s dance, pop and R’n’B chart classics. Just take a look at their current set-list highlights… “Maniac”, “U Can’t Touch This”, ”Rhythm Of The Night”, “Gangster’s Paradise”, “It’s My Life”, “Ice Ice Baby”, “Pump Up The Jam”, “I Like To Move It”, “Mr Vain”, “Free From Desire”, “Jump Around”, “Here Comes The Hotstepper”, “Never Forget”, “Insomnia” and “Born Slippy”. So grab your bum bag,

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Spring is in the air and we’re bringing back Late Live Music Sessions EVERY THURSDAY & SUNDAY NIGHT!

Every Thursday Night “THREE PIECE SUITE” are our Resident House Band from 11pm and on Sunday Night “THE MARDY BUMS” are our Resident House Band at the same time.

Both these trios have played many rocking gigs in The Reg and we look forward to them

taking up residency from this week to bring back some life to Waterford’s Thursday & Sunday Live Music scene. Drink offers available on each night!

ZOO 2 (U2 Tribute) & HIGH DEFINITION THIS WEEKEND @ THE REG!

This Friday Night, to celebrate U2’s upcoming worldwide JOSHUA TREE TOUR, get in the mood in The Reg with the world’s best U2 Tribute

Act – ZOO 2!

ZOO 2 have played across the globe, entertaining audiences with an amazing tribute to their heroes. NO COVER

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE

This movie is related to the whole Star Wars series but if you sat down to watch it and didn't know anything about Star Wars then you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was just any other action adventure film with a little bit of science fiction thrown in for good measure. It is essentially a prequel to the first ever Star Wars story, the third in the series overall, where the rebel alliance has to get the information so that they can destroy the Death Star. It is only in the very last seconds of the movie does is the connection with this film made. Otherwise this is a huge romp that lasts for way too long and features none of the characters that are in all of the other movies. To be fair it is

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Japanese Film

Festival 2016

Garter Lane Arts Centre and Waterford Film For All are delighted to again present the Japanese Film Festival in 2017 with three titles, Tsukiji Wonderland, Princess Arete and Her Love Boils Bathwater from Sunday 9th to Tuesday 11th April at 7.30pm. Early Bird Tickets €7.50/6 concs or €9 on the door on http://www.garterlane.ie Further information on Japanese Film Festival http://www.jff.ie

Sunday April 9th: 19.30 Tsukiji Wonderland

Dir: Naotaro Endo, 2016, 110 minutes, Cert: CLUB

Featuring: Jiro Ono, Rene Redzepi, Theodore C. Bestor

There’s nowhere quite like Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo. Work begins before many people even head to bed, with the excitement really kicking off in the early hours of the morning. It is a place of gloriously organised chaos - thousands of people rushing around to secure the best fish for the seafood shops and restaurants

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Sons of Sparta

Author: Jeffrey Siger Published by Poison Pen Press Price Library Loan

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

Yiannis Kouros, a detective in the crime division in Athens, is summoned by his uncle back to his home in Mani. Mani is a small rural area in the Pelopennese and the people that live there are said to be the direct descendants of the Spartans that once ruled the entire region. The people are fiercely proud of the Mani and still stick to codes of honour and behaviour that have long been abandoned by other people in Greece.

One of the most potent of their honour codes involves blood feuds. They still go on there and it has made people from all the different clans very wary and very particular in their behaviour. While people

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Do you remember that evening, back in December, a cold Wednesday, right before Christmas? A packed church, 700 people, filled the aisles and were blown away by the concert they witnessed, Christmas in Benildus. The same team that brought you that critically acclaimed concert is bringing you REFLECTION, a concert of reflective music and poetry, on April 7th at 8.00 PM in the Sacred Heart Church, The Folly. The concert involves award winning local, national and international musicians, amazing choirs from the City and readings performed by Harry Flynn, Principal Scoil Lorcan. This huge team effort will allow you relax, contemplate and enjoy such musical treats as The Prayer, O Mio Babino, The Lords Prayer, Climb Every Mountain, Time to Say Goodbye and so many more much loved classics. Not forgetting the Grand Finale that will have soloists, pianist and

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND PRIOR TO ITS NATIONAL TOUR

The Collector by John Fowles, adapted by Mark Healy

Ground Floor Theatre Co. in association with Central Arts has brought you a piece of theatre that captures your subconscious and possesses you. Directed by Killian Collins, The Collector tells the story of Frederick Clegg (Andrew Holden), a socially awkward young man who collects butterflies. Infatuated with the beautiful and (to him) unapproachable art student Miranda Grey (Paula Weldon), he resorts to “collecting” her, imprisoning her in a specially-designed, underground cellar in the hope that in time, his affection will be reciprocated.

The entire play is inter-spliced with a narration from Frederick that enables to audience to get a direct and unsavory window into his psyche. Healy manages to find a brooding pace and structure which really teases out the terror.

It’s this very human and

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Today FM’s lunchtime presenters Dermot & Dave brand new nationwide comedy tour is currently touring Ireland and is set to hit Woodlands Hotel, Waterford on Sat 8th April.

Entitled the ‘Ah Sure Lookit’ tour, Dermot Whelan and Dave Moore debuted their comedy show at the first Cork Comedy Festival in

September 2016 and in October at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival in Galway. Both shows sold out in record time.

This is the first time the pair has taken to the stage for a comedy gig but they’re well used to each other, having worked together in radio for over 12 years. The tour will take in almost every corner of Ireland with 15 dates scheduled for April and May 2017 and a further 15 shows in the Autumn.

Credit for the idea to take the show on the road goes to Dermot Whelan “I

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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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