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Bray People - - WHAT’S ON -

1 C’EST LA VIE!: Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre will screen the film C’est La Vie! on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 15, at 8 p.m. Max is a vet­eran wed­ding plan­ner who is think­ing about sell­ing on his busi­ness. For now, how­ever, there’s some­thing more press­ing to worry about: or­gan­is­ing a lav­ish wed­ding in a 17th cen­tury chateau. It’s no small task - there are dozens of peo­ple to man­age, un­re­li­able elec­tric­ity, a last­minute mu­si­cian change, and an in­creas­ingly de­mand­ing groom. Soon, things start go­ing very wrong in­deed. Can Max and his team sort ev­ery­thing out with­out the guests notic­ing? The lat­est film from Un­touch­able di­rec­tors Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano is a glo­ri­ously manic French com­edy. It hits the ground run­ning and barely takes a breath as wed­ding disas­ter af­ter disas­ter un­fold. With larger-thanlife char­ac­ters and laugh-out-loud set pieces, C’est La Vie! is a de­light. Tick­ets to the movie are €8.50 or €7 con­ces­sion and avail­able at mer­maid­arts­cen­tre.ie or at the box of­fice, which can be con­tacted on 01 2724030. 2 DUNLAVIN FLOWER/HAR­VEST FES­TI­VAL: This takes place from Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 12 to Sun­day 14 at St. Ni­cholas of Myra Catholic Church, Dunlavin and St. Ni­cholas Church of Ire­land, Dunlavin. A Har­vest Ser­vice takes place at St Ni­cholas Church of Ire­land on Oc­to­ber 12 at 7.30 p.m. fol­lowed by tea and cof­fee. On the same day, judg­ing of flower ar­range­ments will take place in both churches on Fri­day af­ter­noon. Ar­range­ments can be viewed by the pub­lic on Satur­day and Sun­day in both churches. The clos­ing Har­vest Ser­vice will take place at St Ni­cholas of Myra Catholic Church at 3 p.m. fol­lowed by tea and cof­fee. For in­for­ma­tion con­tact (045) 401871. 3 FASH­ION SHOW: There will be a in Balt­in­glass on Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 12, at 8 p.m. The show takes place in Balt­in­glass Golf Club. Ad­mis­sion is €20 and tick­ets can be bought in ad­vance from the Golf Club, Up­stairs in Quinns or in Daisy-ADay and in­clude cheese and wine re­cep­tion and there will also be a raf­fle. The show will in­clude de­signs from Up­stairs at Quinns, Buy De­sign, Se­cret Kloset, Kaideen Menswear, and hats from Daisy-A-Day. 4 SPON­SORED WALK: The an­nual spon­sored walk in Glen­dalough in aid of the Lak­ers So­cial and Recre­ational Club takes place on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 13. There are three dif­fer­ent walks to pick from. There is a medium to dif­fi­cult hill walk which in­volves The Spinc, with regis­tra­tion at 11.30 a.m. There is also a wood­land walk along the Grey Road, with regis­tra­tion at 1.30 p.m. The third walk is an easy, flat walk along the Green Road. The start time is 2 p.m. 5 RUT WATCH: A free rut watch takes place in Wick­low Moun­tains Na­tional Park on Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wick­low has a large pop­u­la­tion of hy­brid Sika deer. Ev­ery au­tumn the stags vye for fe­males dur­ing the rut. Te­le­scopes will be set up by Gle­nealo foot­bridge on the White walk­ing trail in Glen­dalough, so that any­one pass­ing can stop and watch the ac­tion. Please be aware that there is a hike of 1.5 hours to reach the te­le­scopes. Those tak­ing part should wear hik­ing boots and bring rain gear. Binoc­u­lars are also use­ful. No dogs al­lowed. 6 A NIGHT FOR PAUL: Mu­si­cian Paul Fair­clough from Bray is very sick and in need of sup­port from the mu­sic and wider com­mu­ni­ties. In light of this, Gerry and Ken Doyle have or­gan­ised a ben­e­fit con­cert for him. The event will take place on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 17, at the Royal Ho­tel in Bray at 8 p.m. En­try is €10 with tick­ets, if there are any left, at the door or from ho­tel re­cep­tion. The amaz­ing line-up will in­clude Ba­gatelle, Ger Doyle and Friends, Bree Har­ris, Woodsy and Friends, Sonny Con­dell and Rob­bie Over­son, and Brian Meakin. There is also a gofundme.com un­der ‘A Night for Paul’. 7 LIP SYNC CHAL­LENGE: Ark­low United FC, as part of its 40th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tions will host a Lip Sync Chal­lenge at the Ark­low Bay Ho­tel on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 13. Twelve acts have been un­der­go­ing a rig­or­ous train­ing pro­gramme with pro­fes­sional chore­og­ra­phers, and will take to the stage in aid of Ark­low United FC, Ark­low Com­mu­nity Ac­tion Re­source Cen­tre and Ark­low Can­cer Sup­port. Prize money of €1,000 is up for grabs for the win­ning act who will be cho­sen on the night, through a com­bi­na­tion of au­di­ence and judges’ votes. A very limited num­ber of tick­ets are avail­able from TRTV, Main Street, Ark­low and each of the acts are ac­cept­ing spon­sor­ship. For more de­tails call 086 1633253. Have you an event for our What’s On pages? email the de­tails (with a pic­ture, if pos­si­ble) to: what­son@peo­ple­news.ie

Paul Fair­clough and Bree Har­ris. SEE NUM­BER 6

Sika deer. SEE NUM­BER 5

C’est La Vie. SEE NUM­BER 1

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