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1There will be a fight night in the Ark­low Bay Ho­tel on Satur­day, April 5 when Ark­low Box­ing Club will take on Neill­stown Box­ing Club. There will be 15 bouts in to­tal on the night and the box­ing be­gins at 8pm with doors open­ing at 7pm. Ad­mis­sion for adults is €10 and €5 for un­der 16s. Tick­ets are avail­able from the Ark­low Bay or from 087 9964371. You can also pay on the door on the night.

2THE Cir­cle Ses­sions at Bray’s Har­bour Bar on Tues­day evenings are an artis­tic haven for writ­ers, singers and mu­si­cians.

The night of spo­ken word po­etry, sto­ry­telling, mu­sic and per­for­mance takes place from 7.30 p.m. un­til 10.30 p.m.

3WICKLOW Cancer Sup­port/East Coast FM An­nual Cof­fee Morn­ing will be held on Fri­day April 4, in The Grand Ho­tel, Wick­low from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon. Come along and join East Coast FM Re­porters and a host of Spe­cial Guests for Re­fresh­ments, En­ter­tain­ment and a Monster Raf­fle. All Monies raised on the day will go di­rectly to Wick­low Cancer Sup­port. This Oc­ca­sion is in its 6th year and is grow­ing in pop­u­lar­ity as the years go on so come early and en­joy the morn­ing.

4STUDENTS of the Do­mini­can Col­lege in Wick­low will be stag­ing the clas­sic mu­si­cal Grease in Fa­tima Hall on Thurs­day, April 4, Fri­day April 5 and Satur­day, April 6 at 8:00p.m.

Re­live all the clas­sic songs from the hit 1978 film in­clud­ing 'Grease is the Word', 'Sum­mer Nights’, 'Hope­lessly De­voted to You' and of course 'Grease Light­ning' in this time­less play which cap­tures the spirit of the 1950's as stu­dents of Ry­dell High find search for love and friend­ship.

Tick­ets can be bought in Earls' Newsagent in Wick­low Town and in the school of­fice, cost­ing €10 for an adult and €5 for a stu­dent.

5‘DIG’ by Sea­mus O’Rourke will be per­formed at Mermaid Arts Cen­tre on Satur­day April 5 at 8 p.m.

Two old friends, Tom Don­nell and James McHugh are dig­ging a grave for lo­cal char­ac­ter ‘Smokey’ McCormack.

The spirit of the re­cently de­ceased man joins them on stage for the en­tire play, but it’s still too late for Smokey to ex­plain ex­actly what was go­ing on with cer­tain mem­bers of the lo­cal GAA team in his house in the years leading up to his death.

This play is about that rit­ual. About the things that never get said be­tween men who played sport to­gether, would die for one an­other, would do any­thing for the ‘cause’ and yet keep their real thoughts a se­cret to the grave.

6 THE sixth an­nual East Coast FM cof­fee morn­ing takes place on Fri­day, April 4. Cof­fee morn­ings will take place si­mul­ta­ne­ously in 11 dif­fer­ent venues around the county be­tween 10am and Mid­day. There is con­firmed per­for­mances from mu­si­cians Paddy Casey, Kim Hay­den, Mary Cough­lan, Paddy Cole, Mary Byrne and Luan Parle and co­me­dian Dave Young. There will be ap­pear­ances from TV per­son­al­i­ties Craig Doyle, Amanda Brunker, ac­tor Pat Nolan, au­thor Sarah Webb and for­mer rugby in­ter­na­tional Shane Byrne.

The venues for the cof­fee morn­ings are: The Martello, Bray; The Beach House, Grey­stones; Nood Restau­rant, Ark­low Bridge­wa­ter Cen­tre, Ark­low; The Grand Ho­tel, Wick­low Town; The West Wick­low House, Bless­ing­ton; Ka­vanaghs, Vartry House, Round­wood; Avon­dale Sports Cen­tre, Rath­drum; But­tery Cafe, Fish­ers, Newtownmountkennedy; Avoca Cafe, Mount Usher, Ash­ford; King­fish­ers Kitchen, En­niskerry; Law­less's Ho­tel, Aughrim.

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