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Camp sees new stars in the making

Starcamp, which runs performing summer camps in Ennis and is expanding to Shannon and Kilrush this year, is offering the chance for participants to be involving in recording a charity single.

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Focusing attention on a variety of learning issues

WICKED Angels Theatre Company are bringing their production, I’m not ADHD… I’m Bold, to the Courthouse Gallery in Ennistymon on May 2.

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Eddie meets Irish speakers in Moscow

CRUSHEEN based storyteller, Eddie Lenihan swapped the relatively cold confines of Clare for the positively freezing surrounds of Moscow for a good part of March.

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Actor of the year nomination for Kelly

ENNIS actor, Kelly Gough has been a fixture on TV screens over the last few years in Raw and at the moment she is on both TG4 and BBC, playing hard bitten reporter, Alix in the Irish language drama Scúp, set in a struggling Belfast local newspaper.

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Commissions sought for Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Ennis Civic Trust and Ennis Town Council in association with the Irish Vietnam Veterans Memorial Project are seeking to commission a memorial sculpture dedicated to Irish men and women who served in allied military service in South East Asia during the period 1959-1975, including the Vietnam War to the value of €120,000.

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Killimer lexicographer featured on new DVD

KILLIMER native, Professor Michael O’Connell will launch a DVD depicting the life of lexicographer Peter O’Connell on Monday in Knockerra Hall at 8pm. The DVD was researched by Brother Seán McNamara, while the accompanying music is by Christy McNamara.

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Black Eye exhibition opens

A NEW exhibition officially opens in the Burren College of Art next Wednesday featuring works by masters in fine arts students, John Freeman and Jill Miller.

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Scariff youth group lined up for X-HALE Short Film Festival

A Scariff youth group is participating in this year’s X-HALE Short Film Festival, an initiative developed by the Irish Cancer Society to encourage young people to take action on the issue of smoking in their communities through the visual and engaging medium of film.

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