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Knives Out - a great whodunit in the Agatha Christie mould

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DIRECTOR RHIAN Johnson has made some of my favourite films of recent years, but while his last film was a Star Wars, his best work has always been his own scripts, particularly his spin on film noir with 2005’s Brick.

Give the gift of a language this Christmas

Why not give the gift of a language this Christmas? Conradh na Gaeilge is running a special offer on all Irish language course vouchers until the end of December. For just €130 you can purchase a voucher for a 10 week Irish language course.

Steve Bennett to headline the Comedy KARLnival

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STEVE BENNETT, resplendent in wildman beard, and armed with his trusty ukulele, will headline the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh Comedy on Tuesday December 10.

Mayo Association Dublin awards open for nominations

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Nominations are now open for the 2020 ‘Mayo Person of the Year’, ‘Meitheal of the Year’ and ‘Young Mayo Person of the Year’ Awards, which will be presented at their annual awards dinner on Friday, February 14 2020 in Dublin’s Ballsbridge Hotel.

Castlebar Pantomime making magic happen

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Holloween is over and thoughts are once again turning to the most wonderful time of the Year. No, not Christmas, we're talking about Panto Season!

Familiar foes face off again in u21 final

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Tomorrow night's Mayo GAA U21A final might be taking place in the fading hours of November, but it promises to be one of the most entertaining games of the year when defending champions, Claremorris, take on Westport for the second year in a row in the final of this competition.

Joe Rooney headlines the Comedy KARLnival

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A STALWART of the Irish stand-up comedy scene, Joe Rooney is best known for his roles as Father Damo in Father Ted and Timmy in the RTÉ sitcom Killinaskully, and he is about to headline the Comedy KARLnival.

Beneficial properties of eating natural rhubarb

Rhubarb is a very old plant – its medicinal and horticulture uses were recorded in ancient China. It is known in some countries as ‘pie plant’ and is prized for its use in pies, tarts and sauces.Only the petioles (stalks) are eaten (some compounds within the leaves can be toxic) although herbal remedies use the leaves and roots.

November birthday – lucky old bones!

Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian

The smash hit musical Madagascar comes to TF Royal Hotel and Theatre!

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Join Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria as they bring Madagascar to Castlebar from the 20th November and It’s going to be incredible! It’s their final tour stop and it’s been such a fun run - we’re going to go out with a bang and we’ve heard Castlebar audiences are wild.

 

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