Frances Winston recently attended the Dublin Fringe Festival 2017, and found How To Be Angry well-paced, well-written and well-acted With a title like How To Be Angry, you just know that this piece is going to be relatable. After all, there is nobody who can honestly say that they haven’t ever felt anger over something. […]
Welcome to September’s edition of EILE Magazine! This month brought the sad news of Edie Windsor‘s passing, and Australia are in the thick of the equal marriage plebiscite. Our musical guests are Ezra Furman and Oriel Poole, Lisa Reynolds review LGBT animation, In A Heartbeat, Frances Winston reviews the latest films, and Arosa Ski Week […]
Starring Jo Brand (Getting On) and Alan Davies (Bob & Rose, Jonathan Creek) DAMNED is a new six part comedy series for Channel 4. Based around the lives of two rather jaded social workers, it is a sharply written, warmly comical and frequently poignant observation on what it means to try your best amidst the […]
Stephen’s (David Mitchell) father, a local legend and pub landlord, has died, so Stephen is set to – finally – take over the pub. Mum, Ellen, and sister, Cass, have no interest in the family business – they’re ‘creative’, with weed to buy and energy-centres to rebalance. With his dad dead, it’s now Stephen’s chance […]
After the excitement of the recent Galway Community Pride 2017 festival, you all need to settle down now and just enjoy those Club Gass nights! Club GASS for September has everything you need to ease you into the Autumn, with ‘Back 2 School’ night, (where your old school uniform will come in handy) hosted by Kiki […]
Netflix has renewed GLOW for a second season (ten episodes). Set in 1985 Los Angeles, GLOW follows Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), a struggling out-of-work actress, as she auditions for, trains for, and eventually makes the first-ever women’s wrestling TV show. Inspired by the short-lived, but beloved, show from the 80s, GLOW is a Cinderella […]
….The Jungle Bunch to the rescue! Trailer below: In Irish cinemas September 15th!