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02 October - 08 October

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Everest (2015)

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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials


No Escape





18:15Th, 21:00Th

Straight Outta Compton


The Intern

18:15WTh, 21:00WTh

The Martian

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The Martian 3D


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The Daily Ten

  • New Seamus Heaney exhibition for Dublin

    Fans of the late Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney are in for a treat with news that a landmark exhibition celebrating his life and work will go on display at Dublin's new Cultural and Heritage Centre in 2017.

  • Who will crumble first on Great British Bake Off?

    The winner of this year's Great British Bake Off will be crowned tonight, but who will crumble and who will rise to the top and claim the coveted top prize?

  • There's a new girl on Republic of Telly

    Irish comedian Joanne McNally has been named as the new co-host of RTÉ2's show The Republic of Telly. The IFTA award-winning series, which is Ireland's longest-running TV comedy show, returns on Monday, October 19.

  • Review: Curious Incident a dazzling tour de force

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time which opened last night at Dublin's Bord Gáis Energy Theatre soars with energy and imagination.

  • TEN's top TV picks for Wednesday, October 7

    Gordon D'Arcy and Shane Horgan are among the guests on Second Captain's Live; The Great British Bake Off comes to a conclusion and the final part of Garda Down Under is on RTÉ One - here's our top telly for today.

  • Amanda Byram to host IFTA TV Awards

    Amanda Byram has been announced as the host for the inaugural IFTA Television Awards on October 22.

  • Phil Collins - take a look at him now!

    Phil Collins is about to launch a major re-issue campaign for all of his solo work and TEN has an exclusive first listen to a live version of his song If Leaving Me Is Easy for you to listen to.

  • Gleeson and Fricker named Dublin's top actors

    Dublin cinema-goers have named Artane man Brendan Gleeson as their favourite actor and Oscar-winner Brenda Fricker as their top actress in a survey commissioned ahead of the opening of a new cinema in the Dublin suburb of Finglas.

  • Colm Tóibín says he couldn't read until aged nine

    Proving that being a late bloomer often has advantages, Wexford-born author Colm Tóibín has revealed that he could not read until he was nine years of age.

  • New Irish transgender play challenges perceptions

    Actor and playwright Amy Conroy's new play Luck Just Kissed You Hello moves to Blanchardstown and Bray this week after selling out its initial run in Dublin Project Arts Centre last week as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival.