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July 29 2014

Grease

where The Light House Cinema, Market Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7
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Grease

As one of the only people in the universe who genuinely prefers Grease 2 to Grease 1, it physically hurts to admit that this is sure to be a gargantuan crowd pleaser. Grease follows the ultimate American teens, with their huge gas guzzling cars, non-existent parents and GI Joe pen pals. You'll have no trouble grooving in your seat to the songs - you've been murdering them since you were old enough to filch your Da's midlife crisis leather jacket and rockabilly dance on the shag carpet in front of the TV circa 1986. Get your pink ladies and T-Byrds all on brand, and colour co-ordinated, and dance your way down the stairs at the cinema, as if it's lunchtime at Rydell High and you just gotta dance, dance, dance. / Kate Coleman

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July 29 2014

Thesochiproject

where The City Assembly House, 58 South William Street, Dublin 2

when Until 31st July

how much Free

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The Sochi Project

When the International Olympic Committee awarded the 2014 Winter Olympics to Sochi, it prompted a few raised eyebrows. Located in a geographical area beset by conflict without the necessary infrastructure to hand, it didn't seem a natural fit for an international sporting event. Since 2007, Rob Hornstra and Arnold van Bruggen have embarked on a 'slow journalism' project to document the region before it found itself thrust into the international spotlight. Hornstra's compelling portraits depict civilians and towns that will never reap the economic benefits of Sochi 2014, while van Bruggen's enlightening text sheds desperately needed insight into an immensely complex geopolitical situation and an Olympic Games mired in controversy and farce. / Amy O'Connor

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