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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

David Flynn makes a welcome return to the theatre Royal stage on February 24th with his critically acclaimed show.

After selling out both his two previous shows here in his hometown in 2015 and 2016, David is once again very honoured to have his show return to the Royal.

Joining David on stage will be his live band featuring some of Ireland's leading musicians, and some special guests that will include the wonderful voice of Co. Waterford rising star Paula Weldon (Pictured below) and international sean nòs dancers The Cunningham family (Pictured below) This is a night guaranteed not to be missed.

Tickets are on sale now at Theatre Royal box office 051874402 or online at http://www.theatreroyal.ie

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) will present a live performance by singer-songwriter Sarah Bates in the foyer of University Hospital Waterford (UHW) on Monday 23rd January as part of its Healing Sounds programme.

Sarah Bates, has been playing at singer-songwriter venues around the South East for over 10 years.

Originally from Dublin but living in the South East for over 15 years, her material can best be described as easy listening folk music. Sarah recorded an album of original songs in 2009 entitled ‘Courage’ and has recorded both originals and covers for a number of Irish documentaries.

Jackie Hayden of Hot Press described Sarah’s vocal performance as ‘excellent’, and her voice as ‘haunting’. Sarah is also a current member of the Island of Ireland Peace Choir.

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust is delighted to welcome Sarah to University Hospital Waterford where she will

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

SHORTT’S BAR & TERRACE

Thanks to everyone that sang, danced and partied with us last week.

There’s no sign of any January blues at Shortts and The Terrace with the usual tonic of top quality live music and talented resident DJs keeping everyone in high spirits. The line-up for the weekend ahead is as follows:

Friday (20 Jan) – NO HOT ASHES + GROOVE DJs

A No Hot Ashes gig is like one big mad rush of top tunes, good laughs and an always buzzing atmosphere. The Deise 5 piece outfit have both male and female vocalists, allowing them to cover a wide range of your favourite rock and pop tracks, all delivered with boundless energy and skill. Out on the Terrace it’s all about getting into your Friday ‘Groove’ with a party mix of disco, funk & house music.

Saturday (21 Jan) –

Supersoul Machine

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

ZULU

Fans of Orlando Bloom's nude paddle board pictures will be pleased to hear that the first time you see him in this South African crime thriller the man himself is naked in all his glory yet again.

That might be taking away somewhat from the film itself which is a gripping story of crime, drugs and big business in some of South Africa's poorest townships. Bloom plays a grizzled detective, almost perennially hung over, who has a poor relationship with his son and his ex-wife. His boss is played by Forrest Whitaker who as a child witnessed the 'necklace' killing of his father during the apartheid years. He is solid, upstanding, good to his mother and always tries to do the right thing so when news that a new drug is taking root in the township him and Bloom try to

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

Rams (15A)

Gummi and Kiddi are brothers living in rural Iceland.

They have both dedicated their lives to tending sheep and their farms are next door to each other. But they have not spoken in over 40 years, a feud that has reduced any necessary communication between them to be carried out via written messages delivered by Kiddi's dog.

However when one of their sheep contracts a contagious disease, the livelihood of the brothers and the entire rural community they are a part of comes under threat. Can the brothers set aside their differences under the circumstances?

Writer-director Grímur Hákonarson beautifully captures the tragicomic plight of the brothers against the stark beauty of the Icelandic valleys to deliver a charming and moving drama.

See Rams in Garter Lane Arts Centre on Sunday 22nd at 7.30pm. Booking

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

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

The Unfortunate Englishman by John Lawton Publisher Grove Press UK Price €18.90

Joe Wilderness came from as tough an existence as an eastend kid and an early life of crime to become one of MI6's most adept operatives.

He was not only picked by the boss as someone with great potential he also went on to marry the boss's daughter. However the two parts of his life are always at conflict with each other, which is perhaps why he makes such a good spy out in the field. He can think on his feet, be ruthless when necessary but has an education that means that he is fluent in German and Russian. He is under no illusion about what sort of life a spy working in the Cold War of Eastern Europe means but for the most part he is always able

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

BIG Fellow, the non-stop, edge-of-your-seat theatrical adventure about the life of Michael Collins, is laced with scenes of daring, intrigue and humour and has been playing to sold out audiences all over Ireland. It makes its eagerly awaited stop in Garter Lane Theatre Waterford on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th January 2017. Tickets available now from http://www.garterlane.ie

Playwright Declan Gorman’s much-anticipated Collins biopic comes complete with original sound design by ex-Waterboys composer, Colin Blakey. The Big Fellow presents the compelling story of Michael Collins: his rise from unknown volunteer in the GPO to military leader who brought down an empire only to meet his untimely death at the hands of former comrades.

Much more than a straightforward dramatisation of the life of a hero, however, this is also the story of his biographer, the literary genius Frank O’Connor, who witnessed

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

It is an all Waterford week at Garter Lane Theatre from February 14th to the 18th when local playwrights Pat Daly and Jim Nolan combine once again to stage another new work from the pen of Pat, titled ‘The Hall.

Pat’s first produced play “The Pilferers” happened in 1999 and since then Pat has seen his plays produced in numerous towns and cities. The most recent was a production of his play Rigor Mortis in the Hope Theatre in London in 2016 which played to sold out audiences. His previous plays ‘Dissident’, ‘John Roberts Square’, ‘GTi’ engaged

audIences with an uncompromising style of

tragic-comic storytelling.

Over the years Pat has worked as writer and playwright on various projects and plays with Waterford Youth Arts, WLRfm, Red

Kettle, Bowler Hat and Stagemad theatre companies in Waterford. 2013 saw his short film “Angus” nominated in Dublin’s Underground

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

A New Season of Theatre at Central Arts - a diverse programme of plays with something for everyone

As 2017 kicks off, Central Arts has announced the first shows of its 2017 theatre programme with a season of exciting productions covering January through to March.

First up is an exciting new production of Conor McPherson’s ‘The Birds’. Brought to the stage by Tipperary company Sound Out Theatre, this is a new adaptation by leading Irish playwright Conor McPherson of Daphne Du Maurier’s classic short story ‘The Birds’, as made infamous by Alfred Hitchcock.

‘The Birds’ takes places at Central Arts from January 26 – 27 and tickets priced at just €12 … the next scream you hear… may be your own.

Following that, from February 15 – 19 is ‘Will it Fit in the Van?’ a smart new comedy by Tramore playwright Conor Clancy,

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Wednesday, 18th January 2017

28 Hours for Waterford Youth Arts happens on Saturday next 21st in Garter Lane Theatre. The show is a major fundraiser for WYA created by all the various adults in the theatrical, music, video, dance and general performing arts world here in Watertford.

The event kicks off on the day before on Friday 20th at 4pm with all the participants gathering in various locations in the city with a blank piece of paper they listen to the news and tell each other various stories and yarns and then the process continues with writers writing scripts and rehearsals taking place all day Saturday and then it all culminates after 28 hours of madness, blood sweat and tears in Garter lane Theatre at 8pm on Saturday the 21st with 5 new short drama pieces, 3 new short films, dance, poetry and music, It’s

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