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Friday 24 November 2017

Dervish to make their own radio show

POPULAR traditional group Dervish have been commissioned to make their own radio show called Irish Heartbeat With Dervish.

Already the programme has been broadcast by nearly 50 radio stations in the US, as well as BBC Radio Scotland and RTE Radio 1 in Ireland.

Earlier this month the group released their new album and DVD, From Stage To Stage.



  • IT will be Sex And The City mania this weekend when fans of the NYC foursome step out to an exclusive Unicef screening of the film at Cineworld on Parnell Street.

Guests at the much-anticipated event will enjoy entry to an aftershow party in the Church and a fab girlie goodie bag.

Meanwhile, over in Dundrum, Kellogg's Special K will also be hosting a VIP screening of the blockbuster.



  • IRELAND'S fashion pack will be out in force at the Peter Mark NCAD Graduate Show tomorrow night when a host of big names step out to Trinity College's exclusive Dining Hall.

The event will kick off at 8pm with top models including Sarah Morrissey, Karen Fitzpatrick, Yomiko, Naomi Cullen, Baiba and Aoife Cogan, all taking to the runway to showcase the 10 final year students' collections.

Inspiration for this year's collections range from the weird to the wonderful with themes including dark romance, medical research equipment and the crime scenes of Barry Le Va.



  • FASHIONISTAS take note, the Lainey Keogh Spring Summer Collection 2010 arrives at the Mount Juliet estate tomorrow for a one-day sale, which includes one-of-a-kind pieces created especially for the event.

The bespoke collection features beautiful summer-inspired embroidery on classic Lainey cashmere, long, slim cardigans and lace stoles.

The collection will be available to shop at No 55, The Rose Garden Lodges.

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