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FFF Movie buffs should head along to the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival and Sony Pictures special screening of the highly-anticipated movie Whiplash on Tuesday, November 18, at Dundrum Town Centre at 7pm. Whiplash tells the story of Andrew Neyman - an ambitious young jazz drummer who practises night and day to rise to the top. Tickets for the special screening are available exclusively through the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival website, www.jdiff.com.

FFF The glamorous Stellar magazine Shine Awards in association with John Frieda will take place tonight at Dublin's newest designer hotel, The Spencer. The awards, which will be hosted by Maia Dunphy, are going to shine a light on some of the nation's most talented women aged 18 to 35. Winners on the night will be lauded for their success in a range of categories including TV, film, sport and music. Guests expected to walk the purple carpet include blogger Suzanne Jackson, Love Hate's Charlie Murphy, author Cecilia Ahern and 2fm's Jennifer Maguire.

FFF Pop legends Take That are bringing their new tour to Dublin next year for two nights. The English crooners will be treating fans to their well-known hits from Relight My Fire to Patience as well as some new tracks from the anticipated new album, III. They will take to the stage on May 8 and 9 and tickets are priced from €76.00 and are on sale now.

FFF Chart-topping Dublin band The Original Rudeboys - who are switching on the lights on Grafton Street tonight - have launched a Christmas single called Never Alone in aid of suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console, who give hope to young people in crisis. The single can be bough on iTunes with all proceeds going to Console.