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Monday 18 December 2017

FFF A SMATTERING of familiar faces gathered at the Odeon cinema in the Point Village on Saturday for the premiere screening of The Nut Job. Among those were TV presenter Lorraine Keane, who was there with her two girls Romy and Emilia.

FFF A SMATTERING of familiar faces gathered at the Odeon cinema in the Point Village on Saturday for the premiere screening of The Nut Job. Among those were TV presenter Lorraine Keane, who was there with her two girls Romy and Emilia.

Former world champion boxer Bernard Dunne was also there with his wife Pamela and their children Caoimhe and Finnian. Featuring the voices of Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl and Liam Neeson, the movie looks set to be one of the big family flicks for the summer.

FFF TOWER Records on Dawson Street will form the venue for two of Dublin's rising stars. Performing for music fans as part of the Tower Live Irish indie showcase night will be Colour//Sound who draw their influences from artists like Jeff Buckley and Radiohead.

They have spent the past year supporting stars like Cathy Davey and The Divine Comedy. Also making their debut will be all-girl indie teen quartet Featuring X. They've just done their leaving certs and are ready to take on the charts with their first single, Wild Love.

FFF FUNDRAISER Monique Kelleher took centre stage at a bash at theccccc Sussex Restaurant over the weekend. Held to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society, she hosted a disco brunch in the city centre venue as part of a series of pop-up events ahead of her running the New York marathon this Autumn.

Over 60 guests turned out to show their support while Brian Deady got everyone in the mood with some toe-tapping tunes.

FFF The Original Rudeboys are gearing up to perform a headline show at the Olympia Theatre.

They'll take to the stage of the southside venue on September 5 after confirming that Fresh Re will be their guests on the night. ORB recently released their second album, All We Are.

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