EILE Magazine

IDGTF 2018: ‘Let Me Look At You’ at the Pearse Centre Theatre

IDGTF 2018: ‘Let Me Look At You’ at the Pearse Centre Theatre

Starving Artists Theatre Company presents: LET ME LOOK AT YOU by Godfrey Hamilton, performed by Mark Pinkosh As a part of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival (IDGTF 2018) presented at the The Pearse Centre Theatre – 27 Pearse Street – Dublin, May 7 – 12 at 9 pm, additional performances May 7 & 12 at 2.30 […]

Saxophonist Dave McMurray’s Debut On Blue Note Records

Saxophonist Dave McMurray’s Debut On Blue Note Records

Saxophonist Dave McMurray makes Blue Note Records debut with Detroit-centric album, Music Is Life – Available May 18 The album serves as pseudo-reunion between McMurray and Blue Note President, Don Was, former bandmates in Was (Not Was), whose hits included Walk The Dinosaur, Spy In The House Of Love,and Robot Girl. The saxophonist combines his experiences playing with […]

Not heading to Coachella – Why not Couchella instead?

Not heading to Coachella – Why not Couchella instead?

With Coachella kicking off again this weekend, you may feel some serious FOMO as you’re scrolling through all the pictures on Instagram; especially when instead of partying in your cowboy boots and fringed jacket, you’re at The Barge Pub on the Grand Canal or Dollymount Strand working on those T-shirt tan lines. To help ease […]

Stunning exhibition to celebrate 50 years of North Louth artists

Stunning exhibition to celebrate 50 years of North Louth artists

A stunning exhibition of painting and sculpture, celebrating 50 years of artists working in North Louth, will open in Dundalk’s An Táin Arts Centre on May 9.  The 50th Anniversary Exhibition of the North Louth Artists features over 60 artworks, paintings, sculptures and ceramics created by leading professional artists living and working in the region. […]

Great GLOW Maniac Video Announces Date for Season 2!

Great GLOW Maniac Video Announces Date for Season 2!

The girls are back in town. Season 2 of GLOW returns on 29 June – bring your leg warmers! Inspired by the real story of the 1980’s female wrestling league, the series — set in Los Angeles, and showcasing big hair and body slams – is the fictionalized story of an out of work actress, […]

UK: Firefighters and bankers pledge to be ‘transgender allies’ in the workplace

UK: Firefighters and bankers pledge to be ‘transgender allies’ in the workplace

In fire stations, banks, companies and parliament, British workers have pledged to support transgender colleagues facing violence and discrimination through a training programme that aims to promote inclusive workplaces. Britain’s lower house of parliament, leading banks Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group, consumer goods maker Procter & Gamble Co, and accounting firm EY are among those […]

Film Review: The Cured

Film Review: The Cured

Frances Winston reviews this Irish film about zombies, and finds it comes up short.  Directed by: David Freyne – Starring: Sam Keeley, Ellen Page, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor Horror is a tricky genre to pull off. There is always a danger that you’re going to veer the wrong side of shtick and silliness rather than scares. In the […]