Tuesday 20 March 2018

If you do one thing this week... Adore Audrey

Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn

Have you yet to plan Valentine's Day? The Pavilion Theatre in Dun Laoghaire is screening a romantic double bill next Saturday, February 14, with the comedy Breakfast at Tiffany's, starring Audrey Hepburn, at 4pm, followed by Cinema Paradiso at 8pm. Tickets cost €12 for both films. www.paviliontheatre.ie


An Evening With Gay Byrne - with the TV legend reminiscing about his life and times - at Johnstown House Hotel & Spa, Enfield, Co Meath, on Wednesday, February 11 (www.johnstownhouse.com), and in Castle Hotel, Trim, on Thursday, February 12 (www.trimcastle.com). Ticket prices vary.


"The Irish are a very popular race - with themselves" Brendan Behan once said. The Brendan Behan Quotations Book is an amusing pocket-sized collection of the writer's witty quotes, compiled by Andrew Russell, and published by Somerville Press, price €6.99. www.somervillepress.com


Kevin is a little prince…or so his mum keeps telling him. Far Away From Me is a new show by Amy Conroy, inspired by The Princess and the Pea, and infused with dance music and storytelling, at The Ark, Saturday. February 14, 2pm and 4pm, suitable for children aged 6-plus. www.ark.ie


Novelist Evelyn Conlon will lead a creative writing workshop on Wednesday, February 11, at 3pm, at the National Gallery, Merrion Square, as part of the exhibition Lines of Vision: Irish Writers at the National Gallery. Aimed at people aged 55 plus, and free. www.nationalgallery.ie

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