5 things to do this week

Young Wonder

Looking for something to do this week? Here are five suggestions.

1|cinema|

Tomorrowland: A World Beyond

George Clooney and Britt Robertson star in a science fiction adventure tale.

  • Cinemas nationwide

2|album|

YOUNG WONDER

Fancy a bit of quality home grown electronica? Birth, the debut from Cork duo Ian Ring and Rachel Koeman, is well worth a listen.

3|festival|

LISTOWEL WRITERS WEEK

The annual literary extravaganza in the north Kerry town kicks off on Wednesday, with big name visitors including Dennis Lehane and Alan Cumming.

4|TV|

EXILES

New documentary series following the new breed of young Irish emigrants to Canada. A fashion model and a stylist are among the six participants we’ll be following over the next few weeks.

  • Thursday, RTÉ2, 9pm

5|comedy|

CAT LAUGHS COMEDY FESTIVAL

Five days of laughs and high jinks in Kilkenny with the likes of Jack Dee, Craig Cash and Ardal O’Hanlon.

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