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Druid Theatre production to livestream in cinemas around the world

An upcoming production of Anton Checkov's final play The Cherry Orchard by Galway's Druid Theatre will reach massive audiences with a...

Galway filmmaker nominated for prestigious national award

A Galway filmmaker has been nominated for the Discover Award at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival. Tristan Heanue was nominated for his short...

Knives Out review – a fantastic modern whodunnit? with a stellar cast

Rian Johnson knocks and a star-studded cast create a modern twist on the classic whodunnit picture; Knives Out is one of the best movies...

Haunting new film set in Connemara to premier at major film event

A visually haunting film shot in Connemara in 1845 will have its world premier in November at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF)...

Full programme unveiled for Junior Film Fleadh

The full programme of events has been announced for the Junior Film Fleadh taking place at the Palas Cinema from November 10-14. The Junior Film...

Rambo Last Blood – boneheaded and xenophobic, but still a guilty pleasure

by Aonghus O'Sullivan Sylvester Stallone returns as everyone’s favourite blood thirsty right-wing power fantasy, after over a decade of semi-retirement since 2008’s blood and death...

IT Chapter 2 – Everyone’s least favourite clown is back with more, but ultimately less, of the same

by Aonghus O'Sullivan 2017’s It arrived at just the right moment: when popular culture was suddenly remembering once again just how much Stephen King told...

Never Grow Old proves there’s still life in the old west

by Aonghus O'Sullivan Irish writer-director Ivan Kavanagh’s Connemara shot, California set revisionist Western Never Grow Old may not take the viewer to places they’ve never...

Galway Film Fleadh 2019 award winners chosen

On Sunday July 14, 2019 the 31st Galway Film Fleadh came to a close after another outstanding year of Irish and international film premieres,...

New Ballinasloe cinema gets the go ahead

Planning approval has been granted for a new five screen cinema in Ballinasloe. Omniplex Holdings have received planning permission from the county council to build...

Plans for a new cinema in Ballinasloe move forward

Plans for a new cinema in Ballinasloe are progressing after the county council requested more information from the developer on its local impacts. Plans for...

Gaelic games on the big screen – Hollywood and Irish sports

While Gaelic games, football, hurling, camogie etc, are the biggest realm of sports in Ireland, people might be surprised at the long relationship they...

Local filmmaker celebrates nationwide release of first feature film

One budding local filmmaker is making a big splash this month as his first feature film is releasing in cinemas nationwide. Alan Mulligan, Bachelor of...

Submissions open for Galway Film Fleadh 2019

Submissions are now open for feature films that want to be in with a chance at an award at the 2019 Galway Film Fleadh. Galway...

New cinema in the works for Ballinasloe

Plans have been submitted for the construction of an omniplex cinema in Dunlo, Ballinasloe. Omniplex Holdings ULC plans to build the five screen cinema on...

Retro Drive-In returning to Galway with a sack full of Christmas nostalgia

Retro-Drive In is making its second appearance in Galway this season with some old school Christmas hits after a sold out Halloween experience. Last month...

Ghost Stories review – Breathes fresh life into old horror stories

For someone who generally struggles to maintain interest in a horror movie for a feature length of time, British film Ghost Stories is a nice...
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Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

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Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...