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Upcoming shows and movies to tantalise your culture buds


Made in Chelsea's Jaime Lang

Made in Chelsea's Jaime Lang

Made in Chelsea's Jaime Lang

IF you can't get enough of ballet pumps and pirouettes, then you'll be delighted to hear the Birmingham Royal ballet is twirling on to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre stage next month.

The acclaimed ballet group will perform the classic Giselle for a limited three day run from July 4-6.

The story is all about ghosts, jilted brides and heartbreak. If you couldn't get enough of Natalie Portman's sinister turn in Black Swan, it's well worth checking out.

THE IFI Feast Your Eyes season brings together vintage Hollywood films and tasty treats.

Screenings of old school movies are held every month and afterwards cinema-goers have the chance to tuck into meals inspired by the film.

Tomorrow night 1980s iconic film When Harry met Sally will take centre stage.

The film's most memorable moment has to be when Meg Ryan fakes an orgasm in New York landmark restaurant, Katz Deli.

So get your ticket and be prepared to tuck into pastrami sandwiches. When Harry Met Sally will be screened at 6.30pm, June 19.

THE boys are back in town. It looks like the Made In Chelsea boys are big fans Irish ladies.

Jamie Laing (inset below) and his gang of super posh mates will be back in town tomorrow night, partying the night away at Dublin hotspot Everleigh Gardens.

The lads will spend the night schmoozing girls, drinking Moet by the bottle and dancing on the tables.

It's sure to be a pretty wild night so if you fancy rubbing shoulders with the kings of the reality TV world – throw on your glad rags and head down.

WITH showjumpers trotting around the parade ring, ladies in fancy fascinators posing for judges and champagne cocktails being poured throughout the day – The Dublin Horse Show has to be one of the most important events in any Dublin socialite's diary.

To get them all chomping at the bit, the RDS will be hosting a drinks reception in the Champagne Bar on Angelsea Road tomorrow night.

The fizz will flow and the horsey set is sure to be out in force.