Archive for October, 2013

News Bulletin 143

“What do you think of this, Watson?”*


“by means of the law”*

The Plaintiff has responded to the Conan Doyle Estate’s reply to the Motion for Summary Judgment. The matter is now in the hands of Judge Castillo. For more on this, see Bulletin 138.  


Cinemagic Belfast

We’re pleased to note that Cinemagic’s new website is now fully operational. This Festival for Young People runs from 4 – 18 October 2013. You can download the programme here.

Details of the new Sherlock Holmes film which premieres at Odeon Belfast this Saturday (12 October) are in Bulletin 141.



Belfast Restaurant Week 5 – 12 October 2013


Belfast Festival at Queen’s 17 – 27 October 2013






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News Bulletin 142

“Only one little item”*


Elementary, it’s the date!

Season 2 launches on this side of the pond on Tuesday 22 October at 9pm on Sky Living.

The new season’s first episode, shown in the US on Thursday 25 September 2013 on CBS, attracted 10.18M viewers.



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News Bulletin 141

“but about this picture”*


In the Name of Sherlock Holmes

A timely reminder that a brand new Sherlock Holmes film for children is having its UK premiere in Belfast on Saturday 12 October 2013.

In Hungarian with English subtitles, In the Name of Sherlock Holmes was made in Hungary last year and was directed by Zsolt Bernath. Running time is 99 minutes. This is its only Belfast screening.

It’s all part of the 24th Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival for Young People (4 – 18 October 2013).

The venue is the Odeon, Victoria Square, Belfast, BT1 4QG. Showtime is set for 2pm. Prices are £6 and £5 (concession).

Watch the trailer here.

Find out more about the film on the official website.

To book now, click here or on the Odeon website.

Apart from the date of the Festival and a link to the booking site, there’s not much else on Cinemagic’s website, which apparently is being relaunched soon.

Bookings can also be made by telephone or in person at Cinemagic’s Belfast office in Botanic Avenue.

A hardcopy of the programme should still be available at the Belfast Welcome Centre, Donegall Place, and possibly you might get one at some NI libraries.



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