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FFF CELEBRITY chef Derry Clarke will serve up a morning feast this week to toast the return of the Theatre of Food at this year's Electric Picnic festival.

FFF CELEBRITY chef Derry Clarke will serve up a morning feast this week to toast the return of the Theatre of Food at this year's Electric Picnic festival.

The L'Ecrivain owner will host a special culinary treat for ticket holders at the end of the month event in Stradbally.

And this Thursday, he's planning a breakfast for the who's who of Dublin to announce details of the Picnic Banquet.

FFF IRISH dance troupe Innova, will be taking to the stage as part of the Belfast City of Rhythms Show.

The group of entertainers, headed up by dancers Kyra Archibald, Emma McKeary and Catherine Lamont, are famed for getting to the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent. They shot to fame on the ITV hit show after they brought their contemporary, modern twist to traditional Irish dancing to the competition.

They will perform at the Belfast event next weekend. For more information, go to www.cityofrhythmsshow.co.uk.

FFF THE red carpet will be rolled out tomorrow for the official opening of the Omniplex Cinema in Rathmines. To mark the venue opening its doors to the public, a special screening of The Inbetweeners' new movie will take place.

Following the film premiere a wine and canapes reception will be held in local hotspot Copan.

FFF SOCCER legend Jason McAteer jetted into Dublin this morning to help launch a new partnership between Vodafone Ireland and Sky Sports.

The two companies have come together to give sports fans a front row seat to their favourite sports channels live on their mobile - just in time for the start of the Premier League season on August 16. Vodafone customers can also watch European rugby, the GAA Football and Hurling Championships, and Formula One.


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