Artist John Busher will host a series of workshops in printmaking and drawing this summer. The informal sessions will take place over six weeks and will cater for the complete beginner and for those who may want to refresh their skills. Participants will have the opportunity to make art in a studio setting and become familiar with a variety of printmaking tools and equipment, such as an etching press and hotplate.
Often video games fail to deliver on promising premises, but rarely does a game do so as spectacularly as Avalanche Studios' latest offering. Generation Zero is one of those games you truly want to love, one that offers a fresh take on a well-trodden formula, only to succumb to formulaic and dull gameplay and a very questionable state of completion. Despite being a full 1.0 release, Generation Zero truly feels early access.
An eclectic top ten from over fifty years ago this week, with some true classics as well as a song which featured in the very first episode of The Muppet Show ('Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear'), the landslide winner from 1967's Eurovision Song Contest, which the singer detested ('Puppet On A String'), and a novelty record mostly performed by whistling ('I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman').
As expected, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice bears many similarities with the Dark Souls and Bloodborne series. But though these games come from the same developer and are by and large cut from the same cloth, there is still an inescapable uniqueness to Sekiro.
A team of avid quizzers proved that last year's win was no fluke by retaining their title at the annual Na Fianna Clonard GLC table quiz. The St Mary's team, which consisted of Jimmy Stafford, Roisin Stafford, Martin O'Connor and Bobby O' Leary, were narrow victors, finishing just a couple of points ahead of Fianna Failers, Shane O' Leary, Kevin Browne, Peter Redmond and Emmet O' Leary in a hotly contested battle which also saw a tie-break to determine the second-placed finishers.
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