Juneyao Airlines has put back the launch of its Dublin-Helsinki-Shanghai Pu Dong service from March 29 to April 24 due to the ongoing coronavirus scare…
Neil Jordan took care of ribbon cutting duties last month as Best Costume Goes To… opened in Limerick’s Hunt Museum.
Proving that clothes maketh the film star, you’ll be able to see the clobber worn in such major Irish movies as In Bruges, Calvary, The Commitments, The Quiet Man, Breakfast On Pluto, The Queen, Michael Collins, In The Name Of The Father and a couple of dozen more.
Running until April 14, adult admission is €7.50 or €12.50 for a museum combo ticket with kids free. huntmuseum.com.
Having previously enjoyed a successful Los Angeles run, the Bill Graham And The Rock & Roll Revolution exhibition is taking up residence at the New York Historical Society on Central Park West until August 23.
A Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany, Graham – obviously no relation of the storied Hot Press scribe of the same name – grew up with a foster family in the Bronx before heading to San Francisco in his 20s.
Immersing himself in the 1960s counterculture scene there, he went from managing artists to promoting them with Jefferson Airplane, Lenny Bruce, Janis Joplin and The Doors among the acts he gave an early helping hand to. Packed with gig posters and other memorabilia, it’s definitely worth hopping over the Atlantic for. nyhistory.org.
Forty years after suffering serious earthquake damage, Pompeii’s House Of Lovers has reopened to the public.
The two-story family dwelling is considered one of the jewels of the ancient Roman city.
There’s more good news with the crypt and parts of NotreDame Cathedral’s courtyard on course to re-open at the end of March following 24/7 renovations.
Disneyland Paris has confirmed details of its Frozen Land area, which come 2023 will whisk Frozen fans off to a “so immersive they won’t want to let it go” Arendelle.