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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

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. Waterford’s most popular commercial/dance DJ MARSHAL (aka Evan Marshall) will be pumping out the PARTY tunes upstairs in Project Bar with a great mix of dance, hip-hop and chart anthems. Get Down Edits (Daz & Martin) return from a series of high profile UK dates to play their monthly residency out on the Terrace. And if that’s not enough for ya, the amazing Supersoul Machine are live in Shortts with a 2 hour set of the singalong classics that has made them one of the most in demand cover bands in the country. All this great entertainment plus 2 spacious heated smoking areas are under the one roof at 10 John Street so come on down

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Manchester By The Sea

There is a Hollywood story about a writer who once went on the set of a Clark Gable movie and for most of the day nothing happened at all. Clark Gable was nowhere to be seen as the technical crew got everything set up for the shot. At last when everything was ready Clark Gable come on set, got up on a cart and horse and rode off into the sunset for 10 seconds. That was it. The shoot was over. The writer was horrified, he was expecting to be blown away by Clark Gable's acting but for all that he was aware no acting had even taken place. Nearly a year later he went to the movie when he came out and when the scene that he was there for came up on the screen he

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Dead Meat

Author: Philip Kerr Price 6.45 Euro

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

The Soviet Union has fallen and in the chaos of the new reality the mafia has begun to seize all of the opportunities that have been afforded them. A detective from Moscow has been sent to Saint Petersburg to study their successful anti-mafia techniques. He is the narrator of the novel but for some reason is the only person in the book who is never given a name. He is being sent to work under a man called Grushko who believes that the man's real reason for being there is in fact to spy on his department. No matter how many times the narrator denies this it seems Grushko doesn't really believe him. And he would be right not to believe

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Barq • Hawk • Harbouring Oceans

Three of Ireland’s Hottest Bands

BIG GIANT HEAD TOUR is coming to pick your brains with some of Ireland's most exciting musical mind bullets. The Big Giant Head Tour has been arranged by the guys at Veta Records who have said that they are ‘psyched to come to Central Arts with an immense line-up of melty rock and grunge-riddled indie’. Sunday April 2 sees these three exciting bands come together to create a whopper of a gig in the cool and intimate setting of Central Arts.

BARQ are a high energy four piece, shoving groove into the belly of the rock beast and creating ‘agro soul’. This is music to dance to dangerously to.

‘The sound Barq are creating is unique: a tough-as-they-come mash with elements of hip-hop, jazz, r’n’b and funk rubbing shoulders with rock and pop.’

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

On Friday April the 7th at 8pm, Project Music Management brings you REFLECTION, a concert containing both music and readings of a reflective nature, befitting the Easter season. Some of the cities finest soloists and choirs will be joined by international concert pianist Chengwei Li for an evening not to be missed. The evening will take the shape of music interspersed with readings, from solo singing to choir performances, with of course our pianist performing from a grand piano set in the heart of the church. The readings will be read by well know local man Harry Flynn, as we bring together many facets of the community to deliver this unique and inspiring event.

The soloists, Valerie Leahy, Donna Roche, Dominic Mc Gorian and Dermot Doyle are well know on the musical scene in Waterford, and they will sing repertoire from

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Hailing from Florida, Jim White, songrwiter, film-maker and visual artist, comes to Waterford, courtesy of Subterranean Sounds. Jim released his now legendary debut album, ‘Wrong-Eyed Jesus’ in 1997 and played his part alongside Wilco, Ryan Adams and The Jayhawks in creating the Americana movement. Talking Heads’ David Byrne is such a fan that he signed him to his Luaka Bop label; and since then White has released a string of high quality albums.

His gothic Americana can have a cinematic feel, incorporating many curious and illuminating characters and is instilled with a sense of the broken beauty of humanity. A Jim White show is an quirky experience and no two gigs are the same. He mixes songs from his formidable back catalogue with quirky tales of his experiences from life on the road.

Jim White, accompanied by guitar virtuoso Clive Barnes, plays

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Returns to Tallow for One Night Only!

Brideview Drama Tallow will perform ‘Living Quarters’ by Brian Friel in Tallow Community Centre this Wednesday 22nd of March!

So you may have heard from your pals and drama-going folk that 'Living Quarters' by Brideview Drama is an intriguing production and its doing well on the festival circuit.

Well now you have the chance to experience it for yourself as Brideview have added a special perfomance date this Wednesday 22nd in Tallow Community Centre at 8.15pm.

With four festival performances under their belt, the show has developed and transformed substantially from the early run in Tallow so perhaps you may even like to see the show again to see how far they've come on their 2017 festival journey.

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Wednesday, 15th March 2017

“The January Show”

Stagemad Theatre Company presents “The January Show” written, directed and composed by local playwright Anna Jordan. The show takes to the stage at Garter Lane Arts Centre, Thur 6th - Sat 8th April. Tickets on sale now at Garter Lane Box Office 051 855038 or online http://www.garterlane.ie. The all Waterford cast includes: Grainne Kavanagh, Karina Thompson, Natasha Everitt, Becky Phelan and Kieran Walsh.

Waterford’s Becky Phelan, has acted both on stage and for film and has performed a number of her written works around the city including spoken word and ‘Threads’ a co-devised production based on the history of the Magdalene Laundries.She has also spent time with Labyrinth Management and Dreamboat Productions among other new and innovative circles. Becky has stage managed a number of local productions including ‘On The Razzle’ and ‘Blackwater Angel’. She is currently

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Wednesday, 15th March 2017

Just about a year ago a set of nine puppets made their first public appearance during a filming session at the Dungarvan Shopping Centre.

They were made by members of the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) Resource Centre, during an eight month project led by local artist and writer Corina Duyn.

Corina, also a member of the IWA, was asked in 2014 if she could facilitate puppet project. This Life Outside the Box project received funding from Create – Artist in the Community Scheme, part of the Arts Council of Ireland. The IWA staff provided practical support every step of the way.

The making of the puppets and props were a weekly adventure into learning new skills, building friendships, sharing lots of laughter, but also brought a huge sense of empowerment. Words like “I found me again”, and “I did not know I could

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Wednesday, 15th March 2017

“He shall not hear the bittern cry In the wild sky where he is lain”

A call to arms, War Poet Francis Ledwidge (Ethan Dillon) is torn between his love for Shivvie (Katie O'Kelly) his friend and confidante and Ellie (Amy O'Dwyer). In spite of their fears he enlists in Captain Dunsany's (Ian Meehan) regiment and is dispatched to Suvla Bay.

Excelling as a sniper, Ledwidge distinguishes himself at Gallipoli but the poet remains conflicted. Gerard Humphreys' play explores the poet's personal struggles with war and his early life as a trade union activist in a class ridden society on the eve of revolution. LEDWIDGE presents its subject in the context of his art and politics, bringing to life the adventurous spirit of Ireland's greatest war poet.

This production will celebrate one hundred years since Francis Ledwidge's death and 20 years presenting new

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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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