EILE is delighted to again feature LA-based, RnB/pop singer-songwriter, Amy Cohen, with an atmospheric, pared-back acoustic version of her previously-released ballad, Lose My Mind.
The 23 year-old rising artist starting writing music in Boston College, and then took her talent to LA, where she continued working on her music. Lose My Mind is another single from her just released debut EP, Direction, a project that documents her journey through turmoil, change and renewal. We hope you like it!
To catch up with Amy and her music, visit:
Joly Screen Photographs
Alan Phelan has been working for the past three years on reviving the Joly Screen process, a forgotten colour photography process invented in the 1890s in Dublin, by John Joly, a physicist and geology professor from Trinity College, Dublin.
This exhibition marks the first major exhibition of this new body of work. The photographs are small 4×5 sheet film-sized images, as they comprise of two parts – the sheet film from a large format camera, and a colour screen sheet. Continue Reading »
Frances Winston reviews this sequel to the wildly popular Frozen
Directed by: Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee – Starring the voices of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad
It’s hard to believe that the original Frozen was released back in 2013 – mainly because the iconic song, Let It Go, is still stuck in my head. And Elsa and Anna costumes are still top of every little girl’s wish list. If you don’t know who or what I’m talking about, then you’re probably not the target audience.
This time around, Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf, embark on a journey to discover the origin of Elsa’s magical powers, and save their kingdom. So it’s basically a road-trip – albeit through an Enchanted Forest. Continue Reading »
On Sunday’s music slot at EILE, we feature the latest edgy single from powerful alt-pop artist, Amy Guess, who has just released her great new track, Holy Hell. The dynamic track mingles dark vocals, rocky pulsing instrumentals and with the shout of ‘Holy Hell!’ could well become a classic. We think this is well worth a listen. Enjoy!
If you would like to know more about Amy, we also featured her in our bi-monthly EILE Magazine for July/August, pages18-21.
Amy Guess will be heading out on an Autumn tour in support of the single, with Icon for Hire.
Click HERE for a full list of tour dates.
130+ delegates, Honorary Life Members (HLMs), and observers of the international Federation of Gay Games (FGG) from 23 countries, recently participated in the Annual General Assembly (AGA) in Guadalajara, Mexico from October 31 – November 2, 2019. The AGA was a great success!
The Hong Kong Team delivered two sessions to update members on the current state of planning for Gay Games 11. One presentation on the current situation in Hong Kong, and the other outlining the progress of the Hong Kong team for the 2022 Gay Games.
“While we fully recognize the troubles in Hong Kong continue, the FGG Board and the attending members are leaving Mexico committed to the Gay Games in Hong Kong, which will be a spectacular sports and cultural event that will kickstart and foster LGBTQ+ connections among our communities in the city and region”. Continue Reading »
Gifted Craft and Design Fair Cork at City Hall Cork from November 29 to December 1, includes Art Source Cork. Pictured here Empty Room by Igor Taritas from the Sol Art Gallery
Gifted Craft and Design Fair Cork is the ultimate destination for anyone interested in craft, design, unique independent brands, and artisan food producers, at City Hall Cork from November 29 to December 1.
And this year sees the launch of Art Source Cork, featuring the best of contemporary Irish artists, which will run alongside Gifted Cork.
Art Source Cork will feature 20 of Ireland’s top artists and galleries, showcasing affordable painting, sculpture, photography, illustration and ceramic and textile art. Continue Reading »
Christmas will be here before we know it, and a visit to a traditional Pantomime is an essential part of the general excitement around this most lovely time of the year. Jack, the star of this year’s Pantomime at The Everyman Theatre in Cork, is learning all his lines, the songs, and the dances, and he is looking forward to welcoming old friends and new into his world, and he hopes that everyone will enjoy the wild and wacky adventure. Jack and the Beanstalk, will arrive on the stage of The Everyman Theatre on Saturday, November 30th.
Jack, played by Jimmy Brockie, will be joined by Michael Sands as Professor Saxophen, Fionula Linehan will bring her own particular brand of parenting as Jack’s Mother, Marjorie Dawe, and Ciaran Bermingham is Charlotte Cowhee, who says everything that people think privately. The loveable Goose is back, played by April Kelly, and Jack’s ‘special’ friend, Jill, will be played by Margarida Silva, with Alex Hindmarsh as the Giant with the monster appetite. Continue Reading »