Five things to do this week

Des O’Driscoll picks the best things to do this week

1|tv|

KEEPING IRELAND ALIVE

Subtitled ‘The Health Service In A Day’, this new fly-on-the-wall series was filmed at various hospitals around the country.

  • RTÉ One, 9.35pm, tonight

2 |theatre|

A GREAT ARRANGEMENT

Patrick Talbot’s take on one of the great love affairs of Irish history is at the Everyman until Saturday, with a post-show discussion tomorrow.

  • everymancork.com

3 |cinema|

JULIETA

It’s a measure of the status of director Pedro Almodovar that his Spanish film is one of the few foreign-language offerings that would make it to mainstream cinemas.

  • Cinemas nationwide

4|streaming|

NARCOS

Series two of the Colombian cocaine drama returns on Friday, as does foodie favourite Chef’s Table.

5|festival|

ELECTRIC PICNIC

Fingers crossed that the weather holds for the annual extravaganza of music and other pursuits in Stradbally.

  • electricpicnic.ie


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