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Observing teens in the wild

TV REVIEW There is no doubt in my mind that there are a number of very troubled teenagers in our country right now.

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Bob Dylan confirmed for Thomond Park

LEGENDARY musician Bob Dylan is certain to pack Thomond Park to overflowing when he plays there on July 4, American Independence Day. Tickets go on sale on Monday at the usual outlets.

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Treading the boards at 63rd drama festival

THE 63rd annual Clare Drama Festival opens in the Scariff Community College Hall next Thursday and runs for 10 nights, culminating in the award ceremony after the final performance on Saturday, March 27.

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Ciana escapes with a good book

  FORMER television presenter, psychologist and adult literacy tutor Ciana Campbell remembers well the days when she used to escape into the hotpress with a torch to read, because that was the only place she could get lost into a book in peace.

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Boglands inspire new exhibition

A CYCLING tour of the West of Ireland and a visit to its bogs are the inspiration behind Dutch artist Trudi van der Elsen’s Bog exhibition.

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Fortunes and Misfortunes in Kildysart

Although they are not participating in the Doonbeg Drama Festival this year, Kildysart Players have started rehearsals for this year’s production, a comedy by Jimmy Carey called Fortunes and Misfortunes.

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Thespians flock to Doonbeg

THE 49th West Clare Drama Festival starts this Saturday evening in Doonbeg and will run until Monday, March 15.

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Traditional music to echo through West Clare

FEIS Cheoil, Inis Cathaigh will be held at the Kilrush Adult Education Centre on Saturday, March 13.

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