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SGC Dungarvan

02 October - 08 October

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Everest (2015)

11:00Tu, 21:10nTh

Hotel Transylvania 2

12:00SS, 14:00SS, 16:00SS

Inside Out

11:50SS, 14:10SS, 16:30



Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

16:10nSu, 18:50F-SuTu



Miss You Already

11:00Tu, 18:30


11:40SS, 13:50SS, 16:00FM-Th




11:00Tu, 19:00, 21:30

The Importance of Being Earnest Live


The Martian

12:30SS, 15:20SS, 18:10, 21:00

The Royal Opera House: Le Nozze Di Figaro


The Who in Hyde Park


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The Daily Ten

  • Take me to court. Hozier to fight copycat claim

    Hozier is taking another musician to court over claims that the Wicklow singer ripped off his chart topping hit Take Me To Church. Chilly Gonzales told a German radio station that the track was almost identical to a song recorded by Candian singer Feist.

  • Paisley-McGuinness movie begins filming

    Filming has started in Northern Ireland today on a new film charting the unlikely friendship between the 'chuckle brothers' Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness.

  • Wallander writer Henning Mankell dies

    Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell has died, aged 67 after battling cancer. He earned a global reputation for his novels featuring Inspector Kurt Wallander.

  • Katie Hopkins hits back at Lord Sugar comments

    All is definitely not sweet between Lord Sugar and former Apprentice contestant and professional mouthpiece Katie Hopkins, who has hit back at comments he made describing her as 'Piers Morgan on steroids'.

  • We are family! McCaul's sister has the X Factor

    Donna McCaul, the sister of Irish X Factor contestant Joseph McCaul, is continuing to break America and revealed on Twitter she has featured on the soundtrack for a new horror movie starring and directed by Julia Roberts' brother Eric.

  • TV highlights for Monday October 5

    Gary Lineker investigates the personal and family story of the legendary Manchester United player in Wayne Rooney - The Man Behind The Goals, while Hidden Impact: Rugby and Concussion features Ronan O'Gara, Johnny Sexton and Conor O'Shea.

  • Ed Sheeran wants to officiate Cox-McDaid wedding

    Ed Sheeran wants to become a ordained minister so he can officiate at the forthcoming wedding of Friends star Courteney Cox and Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, according to reports.

  • Ireland debuts in Junior Eurovision Song Contest

    Niamh Kavanagh, Brian Kennedy and Stiofán Ó Fearail are looking for the voice and song to represent Ireland in our debut entry at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

  • Keywest hit wrong notes with Dublin City Council

    Irish five-piece Keywest were fined for exceeding Dublin City Council's noise limit while busking and for not having their permits visible.

  • Gleeson casts doubt over new Star Wars movie

    The force may be weak! Domhnall Gleeson isn't sure if Star Wars fans will be impressed with The Force Awakens and said the cast and crew put their heart and soul into the new movie.