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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

One of the best loved acts in Waterford is without question, Kristian Beyer, aka Âme DJ. He will make his fourth appearance for RePublik since 2007 which shows how much ever present DJ in the modern scene. Kristian has DJ'd all over the world and considers Waterford to be one of his "favourite places to play".

His last appearance was a special B2B with good friend Gerd Janson at the X event in 2015. This time he is back to headline on Saturday November 25th alongside Warren Sauvage and Pygmalion resident Colin Perkins. Doors open at 10.30 and limited tickets on the desk.

As core members of what they refer to as the Innervisions family, the duo are deeply involved in the group's operations. The imprint is renowned for exacting quality control, releasing only five or six titles a year encased in

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

WLRFM's 'Fresh Eire' music festival takes over Shortts & the Terrace this Saturday with a fantastic line-up of live bands (Backroad Smokers, SON, Central Hall, Crome Yellow) and DJ/Producers (Between Ourselves, SX2, Jay Ru). Doors are 9pm and all proceeds go to the WLR Christmas Appeal in aid of the St Vincent de Paul. Full line-up details for the weekend ahead are as follows:

Friday – Suzie Q + Groove Djs

Suzie Q are one of the most popular cover bands in Waterford. The 5 piece always get a great reaction in Shortts with their high energy set of rock & pop classics. Out on the Terrace the Groove DJs will be getting you in weekend mode with their bag of funk, disco and house floor-fillers.

Saturday – "Fresh Eire" + Marshal (Project) + Good Times Djs

As well as the fantastic line up

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

Theatre Royal Saturday 18th November:

Comedians Karl Spain and Bernard O'Shea have decided to drop a few pounds together and go on tour.

The two comedians will be performing stand-up around Ireland in 2017 and 2018.

Karl says: "Don't expect massive weight loss or body transformations or Bernard being funny".

Starts @ 8pm – Tickets €18/?16 available from the box-office Tel: 051 874402 or online @

Ad Hoc Chorale

Ad Hoc Chorale was founded in 2003 by a group of Waterford choral conductors and singers meeting occasionally in each others houses to sing for fun.

Over time, the group developed into a fully fledged choir, using the different conductors within the choir to conduct different pieces.

Ad Hoc Chorale has won numerous competitions in both the Sligo and Cork Choral festivals, including the Premier Mixed Voice competition in Cork in 2008 and again in 2010

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

Free Gig – Saturday, 18 November

The Imagine Music & Arts festival's planned FREE outdoor gig at the Apple Market with Kila last month, fell victim to storm Brian. Kila agreed to reschedule as quickly as they could and true to their word, one of Ireland's truly legendary live bands will now take to the Apple Market stage on Saturday, 18 November (from 8pm to 10pm).

The set up will be similar to the Ham Sandwich gig which launched this brilliant new entertainment space for the city back in July of this year. That event brought 1,500 people into the Apple Market, creating a fantastic atmosphere for all. Expect a similar crowd for this one and an even more spectacular setting, as this will be the first one against the background of a dark sky and with the Apple Market's 'Winter Village'

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017


Internationally acclaimed mentalist/hypnotist Keith Barry is bringing his brand new live show MAGIC MADHOUSE to venues across Ireland over the next few months beginning Thursday, 28th December in Castlebar. MAGIC MADHOUSE will see Keith returning to his magic routes which will bring audiences on a rollercoaster ride of laughter and madness while promising a death defying finale to leave spectators at the edge of their seats.

In this brand new show, Keith will bring never seen before magic illusions to life while delivering his unique blend of comedy, magic, mentalism and hypnotism. MAGIC MADHOUSE will put Keith firmly in charge as all around him descends into mayhem. Do you dare to come along?

Speaking on the tour announcement Keith said: 'I'm very excited to hit the road with my new tour 'Magic Madhouse', it's been 15 years since I

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017


Although this film is named after Jason Bourne there isn't sight nor sound of Matt Damon in the movie and the focus is definitely on the legacy part of the film.

The movie stars Jermey Renner as a Bourne type figure who realises quite quickly that the shadowy organisation that really brought him into being as the man that he is today is out to get him and anyone else involved in the government programme that he was involved in.

He gets a not too subtle clue about this when a drone blows up a mountainside cabin he was staying in with another member of the programme. Not content with this the programme realises that they didn't do a good enough job and that he is still alive so Renner has to do some self surgery to take out his

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

The 11th Waterford Film Festival closed on Sunday with a fantastic audience.

We would like to thank our core funders Waterford City & County Council for their continued support for over ten years!

Garter Lane hosted the event and we would like to thank Artistic Director Caroline Senior and all of the amazing team at Garter Lane for their support and hard work over the course of the weekend.

Filmmakers, writers and guests traveled across the country, Northern Ireland , UK and Holland to attend the event!

Congratulations to all the filmmakers and writers involved in the festival.

Best short film went to Kubrick By Candlelight by Vinnie Jassal and David O'Reilly.

Runners up for Best Short Film went to the short documentary Throwline by Mia Mullarkey and a Special Mention award went to Saving Santa by Keith O'Grady.

Best Short Screenplay went to Forget Me Not

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

After the Storm

One of the highlights of the Japanese film Festival, After the Storm, is another beautifully written and directed family drama from Hirokazu Kore-eda. Coasting on past glories as a prize winning author, separated dad, Ryota fritters away the money he makes as a private detective on gambling and barely meets his maintenance payments. After the death of his father, Ryota struggles to regain control of his life and to find a place in the life of his son until a stormy summer night offers them a chance to truly bond again.

After the Storm screens on Sunday, Nov 19th at 7.30pm. Booking 051-855038 &

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

Author Martin Holmen: Published by Pushkin Vertifo : Price e11.25

Harry Kvist is happy to be leaving Langholmen Prison after serving a stretch for a year and a half although he is not so happy to be leaving his prison lover behind. But himself and Doughboy have made a plan that in a week's time when Doughboy is released the two of them will meet up and try and forge some sort of life together.

This isn't going to be easy because it is 1930's Stockholm and homosexuality is very much frowned upon. But Harry has one thing on his side, he is a champion boxer who has never lost a match. Indeed one of the first things that he does when he leaves the prison is to go and arrange to have some matches chalked up for himself so he can

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Tuesday, 14th November 2017

Waterford's Countercultures 1979-1996 Upcoming Exhibition 17-19 November.

This exhibition will take place at Goma Modern Art Gallery, Lombard Street Waterford. Running from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. it will feature numerous images, soundtracks, and associated memorabilia relating to the origins and legacy of movements and scenes such as bikers, Mods, Ska, Punk, Indie and underground dance.

The exhibits will include quotes from those who were founding figures in the aforementioned groups, along with commentaries that will detail the significance of the items displayed. This combination of imagery and text will offer rare and invaluable insights into Waterford's countercultural heritage.

For further details please visit our Facebook page

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Letters to the Editor


    Christmas timeBeing part of the huge crowd that was in Waterford city centre for the annual turning on of the Christmas lights was without a question one of the highlights of the year. Seeing so many people, and particularly young people, infants and children, being part of the whole event made the turning on of the lights an even better occasion than you could possibly imagine.Each year the Winterval festival just gets better and better and you really have to hand it to the people behind it whose …

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