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Love at the Lakeside

A VALENTINE’S musical treat is in store this weekend when Boris Hunka brings together two female singers in Killaloe for a concert, counting down the top 20 love songs of all time.

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The importance of catching Wilde’s masterpiece

OSCAR Wilde’s theatrical masterpiece The Importance of Being Earnest will be staged by the London Classic Theatre company in Glór next week.

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Book fundraiser will ripple towards India

A GROUP of Ennis teenagers will travel to one of the poorest cities in the world next month to work in conditions few would relish. They will wash, feed and dress patients, as well as clean floors and walls and hand-wash laundry at an orphanage for severely physically and mentally challenged children and in a hospice.

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Love at first bite

Warm BodiesDIRECTED BY: Jonathan LevineSTARRING: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry, John MalkovichCERT: 12A

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Dark reflection of our future selves

It was rather frightening to be told of the scale of larceny of taxpayers’ money that Irish Nationwide seems to have (so far) gotten away with, seeing as no one has yet been held to account for the goings on there before the financial crash.

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On the couch

Ruby Sparks*****Directed by: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie FarisbStarring: Paul Dano, Zoe Kazan, Chris Messina, Annette Benning, Elliott Gould Pusher***Directed by: Luis PrietoStarring: Richard Coyle, Agyness Deyn, Bronson Webb, Mem Ferda, Zlatko Buric Ruby Sparks is not what you think. Ruby Sparks may well have lied to you or be lying to you right now.Ruby Sparks is not to be trusted.  

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Portrait of a cartoonist as a Bannerman

GOOD political or current affairs cartoons can be a huge addition to a newspaper but for some reason, relatively few Irish local papers use them.

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The unknown side of WB Yeats

Clare-based Professor Margaret Mills Harper talks about her life-long obsession with the dark side of WB Yeats.

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