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Henry Winkler evacuated from Dublin hotel during fire

Happy Days, has thanked firefighters for assisting him and other guests who were evacuated from a hotel in Dublin.Winkler, 78, was staying at the Shelbourne Hotel on Wednesday when the fire service was called to help deal with a fire on the fifth floor.The actor, who was in Ireland to promote his memoir, told Irish broadcaster RTÉ that he initially thought an alarm clock was going off, but soon realised it was the fire alarm.“I thought somebody had set the alarm before we got there, like another guest,” the actor explained. “And finally I went into another room and it was still buzzing, so I called downstairs and the woman said, in a very calm voice, ‘Yes, we’re all evacuating, you must evacuate right now.’ And I left.”Thank you Dublin ‘s fire department … our hotel was evacuated on our first morning !!! pic.twitter.com/kyByb5VSoM— Henry Winkler (@hwinkler4real) June 12, 2024Winkler took to his official X account to thank the firefighters involved, posting a group selfie with them, alongside the caption: “Thank you Dublin’s fire department…our hotel was evacuated on our first morning!!!”Earlier today, Winkler posted another photograph of himself dressed in firefighter uniform, posing in front of a fire truck with the caption: “Joining the firefighters here in Dublin!!!! What a bunch”.Joining the firefighters here in Dublin !!!! What a bunch pic.twitter.com/b8VZnEA82N— Henry Winkler (@hwinkler4real) June 13, 2024In RTÉ’s broadcast, he praised the work of the firefighters who assisted at the incident, saying: “You know what, how wonderful.
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Henry Winkler evacuated from Dublin hotel during fire
Happy Days, has thanked firefighters for assisting him and other guests who were evacuated from a hotel in Dublin.Winkler, 78, was staying at the Shelbourne Hotel on Wednesday when the fire service was called to help deal with a fire on the fifth floor.The actor, who was in Ireland to promote his memoir, told Irish broadcaster RTÉ that he initially thought an alarm clock was going off, but soon realised it was the fire alarm.“I thought somebody had set the alarm before we got there, like another guest,” the actor explained. “And finally I went into another room and it was still buzzing, so I called downstairs and the woman said, in a very calm voice, ‘Yes, we’re all evacuating, you must evacuate right now.’ And I left.”Thank you Dublin ‘s fire department … our hotel was evacuated on our first morning !!! pic.twitter.com/kyByb5VSoM— Henry Winkler (@hwinkler4real) June 12, 2024Winkler took to his official X account to thank the firefighters involved, posting a group selfie with them, alongside the caption: “Thank you Dublin’s fire department…our hotel was evacuated on our first morning!!!”Earlier today, Winkler posted another photograph of himself dressed in firefighter uniform, posing in front of a fire truck with the caption: “Joining the firefighters here in Dublin!!!! What a bunch”.Joining the firefighters here in Dublin !!!! What a bunch pic.twitter.com/b8VZnEA82N— Henry Winkler (@hwinkler4real) June 13, 2024In RTÉ’s broadcast, he praised the work of the firefighters who assisted at the incident, saying: “You know what, how wonderful.
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Lankum write letter asking Latitude to drop Barclays as a sponsor amidst boycott
Lankum have said they have signed a letter asking Latitude to drop Barclays as a sponsor amid the current boycott of the bank over its ties to companies who are supplying weapons and military technology to Israel.Numerous acts have already pulled out of the Henham Park festival over its sponsorship by Barclays, including CMAT, Pillow Queens, Mui Zyu and Georgia Ruth. Comedians Joanne McNally and Alexandra Haddow have also dropped out.Now, Lankum have lent their voices to the conversation by revealing that they have signed a letter to Latitude over the issue, suggesting that the festival itself will be subject to acts taking a collective stand.“In relation to the Barclays sponsorship of Latitude Festival, we have signed a letter asking the festival to drop the bank due to their links with weapons firms involved in the genocide in Palestine,” they wrote in a statement.“We have also been working behind the scenes with a number of the acts scheduled to play at the festival as we firmly believe that collective action is the most effective action.“Hopefully we will have more news on this soon.”“Love and solidarity, Cormac, Daragh, Ian and Radie.”In relation to the Barclays sponsorship of Latitude Festival, we have signed a letter asking the festival to drop the bank due to their links with weapons firms involved in the genocide in Palestine.We have also been working behind the scenes with a number of the acts… pic.twitter.com/DIGdmhDxIp— LANKUM (@LankumDublin) June 12, 2024The announcement of artists pulling out of Latitude comes shortly after the major boycott of The Great Escape in Brighton last month, also due to its ties with Barclays.
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Coralie Fargeat’s ‘The Substance’ and David Bowie Homage Join Fully Announced Lineup For Mediterrane Film Festival
Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor The Mediterrane Film Festival announced its complete program ahead of its second edition, taking place in Malta’s capital of Valetta from June 22-30. New titles selected include recent Cannes highlights in Coralie Fargeat’s Demi Moore-led body horror “The Substance” and Roberto Minvervini’s “The Damned,” which join previously announced films like Yorgos Lanthimos’s “Kinds of Kindness” and Jane Schoenbrun’s “I Saw The TV Glow.” Further program additions include Mahdi Fleifel’s Directors’ Fortnight standout “To a Land Unknown,” which Variety labeled “a confident, angry, fully-realized drama,” and Truong Minh Quy’s Un Certain Regard breakout “Viet and Nam.” An extended version of the Malta-shot “Jurassic World: Dominion” will play as part of the Malta Expanded strand, while on the retrospective end of the program, the festival will honor David Bowie with screenings of Nicolas Roeg’s “The Man Who Fell to Earth” and Lisa Azuelos’s “My Way,” plus a masterclass on the musician’s enduring legacy helmed by British Film Commissioner Adrian Wootton titled “David Bowie: Celebrating 60 Years of Genius.” Artistic Director Teresa Cavina said she is “very happy” with the selection, calling it “a chorus of strong and harmonious voices that, through extraordinary films, gives shape to a complex and varied universe, a mirror of the reality that surrounds us, often difficult to decipher, sometimes painful, but also full of hope and capacity for renewal.” Cavina also emphasised the strong female presence at this year’s festival, with 16 films — almost half of the festival’s official selection — comprised of works directed by women.
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