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Tuesday, 17th October 2017




Getting the 2017 Imagine Arts Festival off to a colourful start is the opening of the Bernadette Kiely, pictured, art exhibition at 6 pm on Thursday, October 19th at Greyfriars Gallery in Waterford. The official opening of the 10-day arts festival is a free event and it launches a programme of some 120 acts & performances for all tastes and ages, with 58 of those events on offer free of charge at venues across the City from October 19th to 29th.

Later on, opening day is a gig with one of Waterford's great singer and songwriters Lorcan Reidy who will perform at the stunning St. John's College; the event will also uniquely be a recording for a live album release.

On Friday the much-anticipated John Dwyer Trad weekend gets off to a lively

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Tuesday, 17th October 2017

Author Robert Harris: Published by Arrow : Price e8.99

A bestseller since it was first published back in the 1990's Fatherland is an alternative history novel about how the Nazi party tries to hide what happened during the Second World War and the final solution. It all starts with the discovery of a naked body by the Havel River by a young cadet out on an early morning jog.

Xavier March from the Kripo is tasked with getting to the bottom of the murder of the highly placed Nazi official but the more that he digs the more that he finds out that he isn't really supposed to solve the case at all.

What he begins to find out is that there is a conspiracy around the murder that goes much deeper than he ever could have expected. In the meantime though he

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Tuesday, 17th 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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Tuesday, 17th October 2017

BLAA-MAGEDDON set for Imagine Arts Festival 2017

Imagine Arts Festival goers are invited to take the streets of The Apple Market on Sunday, October 22nd for what is sure to be the country's largest ever flour fight.

Free family fun is to the fore at the 16th annual Imagine Arts Festival as the free ‘Battle of the Blaa' is on offer at 1 pm. Organiser's say "A theatrical reconstruction set in a ‘post-apocalyptic war-zone' will feature tonnes of flour, thousands of eggs and google wearing families ready for battle."

‘BLAA-MAGEDDON' is just one of 120 events on offer at the 10-day Imagine Arts Festival. Imagine Arts Festival offers a colourful international programme of some 120 performances including theatre, dance, music, visual art, discussion, and debate, alongside a strong focus on home-produced work from October 19th to 29th. 58 of these events are on

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Theatre Royal Waterford Friday 20th October @ 8pm

Reginald D Hunter makes his Waterford debut in the Theatre Royal on Friday 20th October with a highly anticipated brand-new show following a hugely successful year performing across Europe.

In the years that he has been living and performing in the UK, Reginald’s sneeringly honest material has garnered him a popular fan base that spans the generations. In the past twelve months he has appeared in a critically acclaimed tour of the UK as well as performing across Europe. His appearances on television have included 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown and the hugely popular three-part BBC2 series Reginald D Hunter’s Songs Of The South which documented Reginald’s epic road trip from North Carolina to New Orleans through 150 years of American popular song.

Reginald has been in the UK for just under two

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

The Waterford City Massed Band will give it everything on Friday night at The Sascred Heart Church, when once again the cream of Waterford’s bands, musicians, and singers, will unite side by side to continue their extraordinary journey of coming to the aid of so many charities with their spellbinding, and magically musical evenings that have attracted thousands over the years since 2005. Over 100 musicians from The Barrack Street Concert Band, City Of Waterford Brass, The De La Salle Scout Pipe Band, The TFM, Fife and Drum Band, The Waterford String Ensemble and a top class rhythm section added to this incredible sound the World Class and uplifting voices of Waterford’s own Donna Roche Soprano and David Flynn Baritone under the baton of Mark Fitzgerald and Julie Quinlan will leave no one down when they raise the roof taking

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Our Mad Ferritt boys are doing a brilliant Oasis ‘MTV Unplugged’ set at the Theatre Royal this Friday, with just a few tickets remaining. The After Party takes place at Shortts with Suzie Q throwing a few Oasis and other Brit Pop classics into their set, so ‘Go Let It Out’ if you are mad for it ! The full line up for the weekend ahead is as follows (doors 11pm each night):


Suzie Q are a very popular Waterford 5 piece who always pull a big crowd to their appearances at Shortts. As stated above, this Friday they will be throwing plenty of Oasis and Britpop into their set for the crowd coming from the Mad Ferritt gig at the Theatre Royal. Out on the Terrace it’s all about getting into your Friday night

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Pleased to present A Man Called Ove (15A) on Friday 13 October at 7.30pm.

Early Bird Tickets: €7.50/6 concs on or €9 on the door.

Ove (Rolf Lassgård) is a retiree struggling to come to terms with the death of his wife - a struggle that he angrily takes out on his neighbours by strictly enforcing the estate rules. Ove’s world is unexpectedly turned upside down when a young family move in next door. Despite his initial resistance, Ove slowly forms a bond with his new neighbours and discovers a whole new side of life...

'A strong contender for feel-good film of the year' Empire Magazine

Based on a novel and nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2017 Oscars, this Swedish hit is a bittersweet but charming tale of one man rediscovering himself after a devastating tragedy. Darkly comic

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017


Who can believe that it has been 40 years since the beginning of the Antiques Roadshow? While the people on the show seem to age somewhat the concept of looking at antiques hasn't worn thin at all. There are minor changes here and there and at times it does seem that there are too many social items on the programme but on the whole the show seems to hold steadfast to having the sparkliest chains, rings and brooches as well as the best in terms of furniture and paintings. It does certainly seem that the show is all about the money which is not necessarily a bad thing as it gives everyone a bit of hope that all of that tat in the attic might one day be work something.

The emphasis on money is reflected in the latest game

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Tuesday, 10th October 2017

Some of the country's award-winning and best-selling authors and poets are bound for Waterford for the annual Waterford Writers’ Weekend as part of the Imagine Arts Festival this October 19th to 29th.

Curated by broadcaster Rick O'Shea, a programme filled with favourite, award-winning and best-selling writers is on offer at venues across the city, with a diversity to suit a variety of audience tastes.

Nationally known names like Alan Shatter, Stefanie Preissner, Paul Howard, Francis Brennan and Liz Nugent will take part in the festival alongside debut authors Sally Rooney, Ciaran McMenamin and Eithne Shortall and emerald noir stars Alex Barclay, Sam Blake, Jane Casey and Sinead Crowley.

Poetry has two big events: one devoted to politics and social change as Poet Mark Roper will launch his seventh poetry collection, amongst others, Elaine Feeney, Karl Parkinson and Dave Lordan,

A Secular Sunday Service with

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Letters to the Editor


    Paradise papersOne of the most surprising things about the release of the copious amounts of tax details of some of the richest people on the planet wasn't the names of the people involved but the fact that three of them were actors from Mrs. Brown's Boys. Between them the three had accounts nearing 2 million euros in off-shore accounts and let's face it, these people aren't exactly Robert De Niros or Meryl Streeps but three bog standard, and that's putting it mildly, actors, from a middling comedy serie …

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