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Dutch cycling documentary Irish premiere screens on Thursday

NEWS IN BRIEF: Waterford City is to host the first Irish screening of the Dutch cycling documentary, Why We Cycle, tomorrow evening.

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The screening — which is free — is to take place at Greyfriars Municipal Art Gallery this Thursday at 7pm as part of the launch of the Waterford Cycling Campaign.

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2 comments

  1. Great work by Marc O Cathasaign a schoolteacher in Tramore to get this going, and the screening licence has been facilitated by Cyclist.ie (www,cyclist.ie), the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network (ICAN). We hope to screen this film in a number of loactions around the country over the coming months! Watch out for a venue close to you!

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