Five Things To Watch Out For In 2018
For yet another year, Christmas, the holiday season and the accompanying celebrations are over once more. It is time to return to normality and rise up out of bed, to embrace productivity and overcome your fatigue.
Many of you may be feeling blue today but fear not, The Garda Post takes a look at some of the events occuring in 2018 you can watch out for.
The Winter Olympics
The 2018 Winter Olympics are due to start in February of this year for two weeks. Taking place in PyeongChang, South Korea, the Winter Olmpics will feature 102 events in 15 sports including Ice hockey, Ski jumping and Snowboarding.
A Royal Wedding
Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle are set to wed in May at St George’s Chapel within the grounds of Windsor Castle.
The British Royal Family shall be paying for the wedding.
Black Mirror Anthology Series Expanding to Print
It was only on December 29th, 2017 that the latest season of Black Mirror was released on Netflix. The anthology series centring around the dark side of technology will be expanded into a three-volume book series by creator Charlie Brooker.
The first volume of Black Mirror is set to be published in May by Penguin Random House and contributing authors will include Cory Doctorow, Claire North and Sylvain Neuvel.
Jurrasic World: Fallen Kingdom
June will see the release of Jurrasic World: Fallen Kingdom, the fifth installment of the Jurrasic Park film series. This is a sequel to 2015’s Jurrasic World and features the return of Owen Grady and Claire Dearing to the island of Isla Nublar in an attempt to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from a volcanic eruption.
The Next Doctor
The Doctor Who Christmas special for 2017 gave us a peek of the new Time Lord who will appear on our TV screens late this year. Taking over Peter Capaldi’s role of the Doctor, Jodie Whittaker will the be the Thirteenth and first ever female Doctor of the series.
Doctor Who series 11 is running for ten episodes this season and will air in the autumn of 2018.