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FFF HOLLYWOOD heavyweight Brendan Gleeson will lead the way this week at the Irish 
premiere of his new film The Grand Seduction. The red carpet will be rolled out in the capital on Thursday at the Light House Cinema for a special screening of the flick, which sees former teacher Brendan act alongside Taylor Kitsch.

FFF HOLLYWOOD heavyweight Brendan Gleeson will lead the way this week at the Irish 
premiere of his new film The Grand Seduction. The red carpet will be rolled out in the capital on Thursday at the Light House Cinema for a special screening of the flick, which sees former teacher Brendan act alongside Taylor Kitsch.

FFF SINGER Ben Montague has announced Charlie Grant as the support act on his upcoming date at The Academy 2 this autumn. 
Talented Ben, who was the very special guest of Shane Filan on his Olympia sold out dates this year, will take to the stage on October 2 in Dublin. Tickets are priced at 
€19, including booking fee, and are on sale now from all usual 
Ticketmaster outlets nationwide, as well as on www.ticketmaster.ie.

FFF RETURNING by popular demand after its successful, sold-out run earlier this year, Alan Stanford's hit adaptation of Pride and Prejudice will kick off another stint at the 
Gate Theatre this week. Former Fair City actress Aoibhinn Garrihy will reprise her role of Jane Bennett in the play, which will run at the venue until mid September.

FFF ELECTRONIC rock-band 
Silver Apples have confirmed their second ever Irish performance, set to take place on December 1. The group will dazzle fans with a packed set list when performing at The Button Factory in Dublin's Temple Bar later this year. The hugely influential act are credited with laying foundations for experimental electronic composition in the 1970s, as well as more mainstream modes of dance and indie-rock in the 1990s. Tickets to go and see them are priced at €16 and are on sale now at all usual 
Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and from Ticketmaster.ie.


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