Welcome to the March/April 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! In this jam-packed issue, our music section features an interview with our own Sarah Sylvia, we have soul from Samuel J, and jazz from Darryl Yokley. We interview graphic designer-turned-author, Glenn Quigley, about his new LGBT-themed book, The Moth And The Moon, and in theatre, the North-West […]
Welcome to the January 2018 issue of EILE Magazine! This month, we have an interview with Tom O’Connor of Dublin Bears about Béar Féile, and the current Mr Bear Ireland, Eoin Dolan. We also have a great article from Paul Dowling about the experiences of the Irish LGBTI diaspora. Our musical guests this month are No No Yeah […]
The stunningly beautiful, Song of Granite, which is Ireland’s submission for the Foreign Language category at next year’s Academy Awards, will be released in Irish cinemas 8th December. Enigmatic and complex, Joe Heaney was one of the greats of traditional Irish singing (sean nós). Shaped by the myths, fables, and songs of his upbringing in the west […]
Welcome to the October issue of EILE Magazine! As usual, we have a packed magazine to keep you entertained this month. For your musical enjoyment, we bring you American singer-songwriters, Julia Othmer and Veronica Bianqui. Brian Rochford tells us about fats in our diet and Lisa Reynolds reviews LGBT-themed film Pretty Boy. Irish emigrant, Paul Dowling, writes […]
A new €2m film fund will encourage Film, TV and the Game Industry in the West of Ireland. It is called the WRAP Fund, and will cover film, TV, animation, and game sectors. The €2m fund will run over a three-year period, and aims to create 90 direct jobs in the Western Region. The new fund is being […]
Opens at the IFI Cinemas on October 13th, with additional screenings nationwide ‘Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect’ will open at the IFI Cinemas, Dublin, on October 13th. This will follow its World Premiere at the Irish Film Institute on October 1st, where it is screening as the closing night film of IFI Documentary Festival.
LGBT activist, Tonie Walsh, has called on the Irish Government to fund an Irish AIDS Memorial, to honour those who have died from AIDS in Ireland, as well as their caregivers and activists. Mr Walsh will outline his vision at this week’s HIV Ireland National Conference on HIV and Stigma. The conference, which marks the […]