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An adorable, award-winning short directed by Jeremy Collins and Kelly Dillon of South African animation studio Triggerfish, wherein the adorable and persistent Penny learns to dive, unperturbed by the spotlight-stealing skills of a haughty older girl.


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Of his new play, Frame 37, Aidan Fitzmaurice writes:

Frame 37 is part of the upcoming Scene and Heard Festival in Smock Alley Theatre [6/7 Exchange Street Lower, Dublin 8]. Frame 37 is about pool. About people playing pool. About people playing pool and coming to terms with the fact that they’re merely scripted characters in a play about pool. It’s not really about pool. But there is a pool table.

Fair balls, in fairness.

Book here.


Scenes from last months Psicobloc Masters Series in Park City, Utah at which some of the world’s best climbers competed without ropes or harnesses, scaling a 50 foot (15m) angled wall overhanging a swimming pool to catch their fall.

Many fell.

(Photos by Mike Hill, courtesy of Prana)

(Video: parkcitytelevision)



Thousands of bathers at the opening of a new wave pool in China wait – with an extraordinary combination of glee and restraint – for the first big swell of the season.