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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

Congratulations to all the students who are graduating this week and thanks for all the great nights we've had together the last couple of years. In the words of Daft Punk, of course we have to do it 'One More Time' with The Waxies (Wed) and Brand New Cadillac (Thur) plus your Number 1 DJ [Marshal] out on the Terrace both nights. The rest of the line up for the weekend ahead at Shortt's, Project & The Terrace is:

FRIDAY – CIDER WASPS + GROOVE DJs

The Friday Session features Cider Wasps, a young band from Dungarvan who are beginning to make waves on the Irish music circuit. For Shortt's they play a set of indie & alternative rock classics, with a few of their own brilliant original songs in the mix. Meanwhile, the Groove DJs will be getting you in weekend

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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

The Odyssey (12A)

The French inventor, explorer and environmentalist, Jacques Cousteau was a familiar face on TV and cinema screens in the 60s & 70s. The Odyssey charts the adventures of Cousteau and his bobble hatted crew aboard their vessel, the

Calypso over a 30 year period. Shot on location in Argentina, South Africa and the Antarctic, the film features stunning footage above and below the waves. The Odyssey begins in Garter Lane Arts Centre on Sunday, Nov 12th at 7.30pm.

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

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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

Blind Date

When this show started in Britain back in the eighties it quickly became the most popular programme on telly with audiences in their millions. It waned in popularity towards the end of its run but it made the name of its host Cilla Black who always asked if she had to buy a wedding hat if two of the contestants seemed like they had a spark between them.

Now this show has been resurrected and is on TV3 but instead of hitting the highlights like it once did it now seems as if it is just repeating the old, jaded format that it once began. Other than the fact that the two winning contestants get a bit of a holiday out of it there doesn't seem to be any other redeeming factors in the show. The set looks like it

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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

The Three Evangelists

Author Fred Vargas: Published by Harvill Secker : Price e17.65

A Beech tree is planted overnight in a suburban Parisian garden and it leaves the wife of the house out of sorts. Where did it come from and who planted it are just two of the questions that she is left with.

Her husband doesn't give it a second thought. The wife whose name is

Simona Simoneidis is Greek and a former opera singer decides to see if she can get to the bottom of the affair of the beech tree. She employs three men from the house next door, known as the 'disgrace' due to it's dilapidated state, to dig a trench to see if there is anything underneath it. There isn't but a friendship builds up between the two houses.

When six weeks later Simona goes missing the men decide

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Wednesday, 1st November 2017

10 days of celebrating the arts in Waterford has come to a close. The hugely successful 2017 Imagine Arts Festival ended on a musical note as the final gig of the festival saw thousands enjoy a music trail at venues across the city and county.

This year's festival featured a programme filled with a variety of 120 events with 58 of those on offer to the public free of charge.

Festival Coordinator Ollie Breslin says, "We've just closed a hugely successful Imagine Arts Festival. This year we took a big step forward and appointed three curators Jenna Whelan, Rick O'Shea and Stephen Butler who all took charge of different genres of programming and the end result was a hugely popular festival filled with unexpected acts and some outstanding big-name artists, writers, musicians and more."

The festival ensured the City was alive with colour

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

Extravaganza at Imagine Arts Festival

The 16th annual Imagine Arts Festival is underway and there are yet some 56 events to enjoy before the festival closes on October 29th in Waterford.

The 10-day festival commenced on Thursday last, November 19th and festival goers have enjoyed art exhibitions, talks on publishing, interviews with authors at the Waterford Writers Weekend, the John Dwyer Trad Weekend plus Ireland's first Battle of the Blaa at Blaamageddon.

The latter half of the festival has a lot for festivalgoers to enjoy with music gigs on offer with lead guitarist with the legendary indie band The Coral, Bill Ryder Jones, pictured above, the ‘must see' Martin Stephenson, eyes right, and the Daintees and a gig with the critically acclaimed James Yorkston, Jon Thorne and Suhaul Khan plus Shaun Walsh on classical guitar at Garter Lane.

For families and young festivalgoers, there

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

RePublik celebrate their 12th Birthday with the legendary Sasha on Bank Holiday Sunday October 29th at Project, John Street. One of the most iconic and influential Djs over the past 20 years, Sasha is once again heading to the top of the DJ list due to his recent back 2 back sets with John Digweed and also his new live set. Making only his second ever appearance in Waterford, this night will go down as one of the biggest in RePubliks ever growing list of events. Support comes from residents Warren & Kenno. Limited tickets remain online.

Recording Academy / GRAMMYs nominee, four-time International Dance Music Award winner and four time DJ Mag award winner, the legendary SASHA is a man who needs no introduction. In the last 18 months, his already prosperous career has been burgeoning at an exciting rate,

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

NATIONALLY-renowned street arts and spectacle company Spraoi is totally transforming a section of Ireland’s favourite greenway to stage Wicked Woods at Carriganore Woods on the Waterford Greenway on the edge of the city this Halloween. Award winning Spraoi’s re-imagining of this unique setting is expected to attract thousands of spectators.

Visitors to Wicked Woods can expect to walk a woodland path at night, encountering exotic creatures, costumed performers, sound and light – a mildly scary seasonal experience at Halloween, with an additional Sunday daylight matinee show for smaller children.

The event is a family-orientated celebration of the Samhain Festival, marking the end of harvest and the beginning of winter, ‘the darker half’ of the year. The woodland Halloween experience runs on Saturday, October 28, from 6pm to 9pm and again on Sunday, October 29, from 2pm to 4.30pm and again from 6pm

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

Hallowe’en has been one of the BIGGEST weekends of the year at Shortts over recent times and 2017 will be no different, especially with the HUGE Fancy Dress Party taking place outside under the Apple Market roof between 8.30pm and 10pm, at the end of the Monster March through the city. With a fully decorated venue and all our bands and DJs getting into the theme of Hallowe’en, the full line-up for the weekend ahead is:

FRIDAY – CROW BLACK CHICKEN + ANNA LIESE + GROOVE DJs

Imagine Festival and Shortts present the always brilliant Crow Black Chicken with support from the highly rated new Waterford original band, Anna Liese. Crow Black Chicken are veterans of high profile sets at Electric Picnic and supports with the likes of ZZ Top and have built a loyal following of blues rock fans in Waterford

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Tuesday, 24th October 2017

Blue Raincoat Theatre Company are delighted to announce that their engaging stage adaptation of Lewis Caroll’s much loved classic novel, Alice in Wonderland, will embark on a 5 venue national tour across Ireland playing Roscommon Arts Centre; glór in Ennis; Garter Lane Theatre, Waterford; Everyman Theatre, Cork and Town Hall Theatre, Galway.

Originally adapted for the stage in 1998, the company re-presented a new production from the original script as part of their 25 year anniversary celebrations in 2016.

This classic literary tale has enthralled and engaged both children and adults alike, as they follow Alice who falls down a rabbit hole and lands into a fantasy world full of strange people and unpredictable events.

"It’s fantastic to continue working on this wonderful show with our ensemble and creative team.

Most of the ensemble have worked together for over twenty years and, in that

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    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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