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Sunday 17 December 2017

HHH Final preparations are underway ahead of the Indian Film Festival which kicks off in the capital tomorrow night.

HHH Final preparations are underway ahead of the Indian Film Festival which kicks off in the capital tomorrow night.

Held from September 19 to 22, and running in various venues including Movies@Dundrum, it brings together some of the best Indian movies as well as master classes and a gala awards night. Now in its fifth year, it will also host discussions with film directors and top-class writers.

HHH We'll have American rockers Wheatus in our midst next month as they're performing a one-off gig in Cafe en Seine. The band, best known for their 2000 smash-hit single Teenage Dirtbag, will be showcasing their talents to their Irish fans at the October 9 concert, with tickets priced at €18.50 and doors open at 8pm. Their most recent release was the Valentine LP with their gig promising to be an entertaining one for attendees.

HHH Celebrity favourite Stella & Dot is doing its part for charity this season. The colourful accessory line, worn by stars like Karen Koster and Rosanna Davison, has announced it will be donating the net profits raised from the sale of two bracelets to an Irish Breast Cancer charity as they do their part for a good cause. The campaign will run until October 31 and is available to customers online and via its independent stylists.

HHH TV3's new movie The Guarantee will hit Irish cinemas on October 30 with a special live screening hosted by Matt Cooper. The feature film starring Peter Coonan of Love/Hate fame tells the story of the events leading up to the decision to bail out the banks in 2008.

Based on Colin Murphy's stage play Guaranteed!, this is the first time the controversy has been told on the big screen. It was filmed mainly in TV3's new HD studio at Ballymount.

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