Pan's Labyrinth @ The Picture Lounge
Pan's Labyrinth was directed by Directed by Guillermo del Toro (Spain) and won three academy awards in 2007
Following a bloody civil war, young Ofelia enters a world of unimaginable cruelty when she moves in with her new stepfather, a tyrannical military officer. Armed with only her imagination, Ofelia discovers a mysterious labyrinth and meets a faun who sets her on a path to saving herself and her ailing mother. But soon, the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur, and before Ofelia can turn back, she finds herself at the center of a ferocious battle between good and evil.
Friday 15th October
The Gonzo Club presents Cavan's first ever dwiddle off!
Doors: 9pm. Adm: €5Cavan's first ever Dwiddle off @ The Gonzo Club!!
The Gonzo Club is a monthly open mic night held in the Gonzo Theatre, Main Street, Cavan. This month again promises to be an entertainment filled evening with the usual impressive line up of local talent. The
headline performance will be Cavan's first ever dwiddle off between 3 well known Cavan guitarists, Peter Denton, Daragh Slacke and Jacek Raczyński. 3 guitars, 3 egos and only one winner. Not to be missed!!
Also in the line up is Bipolar Joe(Noise), Jimmy McDonnell (Spoken Word), Adrian Geraty(Beatboxing) and much much more! The night will be MC'd be Philip Doherty and Daragh Slacke.
Saturday 16th October
Origins Promo Presents: BILL COLEMAN + Fiona Fitzpatrick
"Essentially, Bill Coleman is a finger-picking-guitar-style singer-songwriter from Cork, Ireland. He released his debut album I'll Tear My Own Walls Down in February '07, and has some free downloads on his website. I go to his live show every chance I get. The guy knows how to put on a show, especially when he has his full band (at times, reviewers try to compare his live shows to The Flaming Lips, for the sheer zanyness, and po...sitive, uplifting vibes to come from the music and the persona of Bill himself.
Some songs may dredge you through the darkest areas of the mind at times, but somehow, Bill always manages to find some light at the end. His quiet/sad songs are simply sublime and majestic. His upbeat songs leave you with a smile on your face, and the feeling everything will be alright."
"It's getting crowded out there in singer-songwriter land, but make room for this guy..." - The Irish Times
"There hasn't been a debut album from an Irish singer/songwriter this impressive since O" - Totally Dublin
"an edgy cut above the introspective herd... consistently excellent... Don't let this one pass you by." - Magill Magazine