Due Date, Todd Phillips’s unofficial remake of ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’, feels like a missed opportunity.
Nature photographer Daragh Muldowney has produced a new exhibition and book based on Irish rock pools and the treasures to be found within.
Sharon Shanon, Imelda May, Mundy will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on December 27.
Children’s book illustrator PJ Lynch will be in Westport this weekend as part of the Rolling Sun Book Festival.
On the back of their much-lauded performance last March, the Little Ass Birds are back in Geraghty’s this weekend.
Popular Castlebar cover band The Gizzards are playing in Breaffy House Hotel on Friday, November 19.
This film is at is best in its scene-setting early stages, but it is not nearly as funny as it could be.
RED is harmless stuff but offers some cheap thrills. The script isn’t top notch, but there are a few nice gags.
The Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, is screening a fascinating documentary on Kilkelly filmed in 1935.
Acclaimed singer/songwriter Kieran Goss is making a welcome return to Matt Molloy’s on November 18.
Castlebar Gospel Choir launched its new CD ‘Songs of Freedom’ during a lively, passion-filled concert last week.