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Andy Warhol’s first commercially successful film, Chelsea Girls (1966), will be shown as part of The Eternal Now programme. TODAY

13th October, 2007

Andy Warhol’s first commercially successful film, Chelsea Girls (1966), will be shown as part of The Eternal Now programme. TODAY

The film stars some of Warhol’s factory ‘superstars’ and follows the lives of several young women who lived at the Chelsea Hotel, New York. Showing at Model Arts and Niland Gallery, The Mall, Sligo, 3pm, €5, tel 071–9141405.

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