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Sunday 19 August 2018

FFF Kildare troubadour Damien Rice will play a date at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre on November 3. The Blower's Daughter star will be performing tracks from his new album, My Favourite Faded Fantasy, for fans - his first new material in eight years. A limited number of concert tickets are available from his website ahead of general sales starting this Friday at 9am.

FFF Kildare troubadour Damien Rice will play a date at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre on November 3. The Blower's Daughter star will be performing tracks from his new album, My Favourite Faded Fantasy, for fans - his first new material in eight years. A limited number of concert tickets are available from his website ahead of general sales starting this Friday at 9am.

FFF Comedian Andrew Stanley will be pulling out the belly laughs among attendees at an invite-only party tomorrow night. To mark international 'talk like a pirate day', Captain Morgan has invited a select crew along to a bash in 4 Dame Lane for lots of swash-buckling shenanigans. Also in attendance will be '90s band Smash Hits alongside Richard Fink IV, who holds the Guinness World record for the longest note ever held.

FFF Attention all sports fans. Odeon cinemas have announced that they will be partnering up with the GAA to show the All-Ireland Football Final.

Following on from screening the hurling final they'll be showing the much-awaited clash between Kerry and Donegal at venues nationwide on Sunday.

Free tickets for the screening are available from the GAA website and from the cinemas themselves on the day of the game.

That means anyone unlucky enough not to nab a ticket can enjoy a full-screen view of all the action while chomping down on their popcorn.

FFF Fashionistas will be beating a path to Merrion Square next week for the Marks & Spencer show. The high street store will be unveiling all its hottest looks for autumn/winter at the invite-only event at the Irish Architectural Archive.

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