Tag Archive | Dublin
Grace Petrie is a folk singer, songwriter, and activist from Leicester, UK. Her unique takes on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered, have won over audiences everywhere. Grace Petrie is due to perform at the DC Music Club, 20 Camden Row, Dublin 8, Friday 12th April, 2019 […]
Frances Winston reviews this play at the Abbey Theatre, based on a once-banned book by Edna O’Brien The Country Girls at The Abbey Theatre, Abbey St, Dublin 1 When Edna O’Brien published The Country Girls in 1960, it caused uproar, thanks to its depiction of Irish women, who wanted more than the marriage and motherhood […]
Free psychedelic improvisers formerly known as ¡NO! have changed their name to ZEROPUNKT, and to mark the occasion they have issued a new single entitled Bitch Nails, available as a free download at: https://nosound.bandcamp.com/track/bitch-nails-free-download . The single is a standalone precursor to two forthcoming studio LPs, Clap Your Hands Say No and Open War, scheduled for release in 2019 and 2020 respectively. […]
“You were almost unrecognisable. Maybe that’s why I agreed to go for coffee with you because I wasn’t entirely sure who you were” FAMILY TREE is the story of Rachel and Fiona’s relationship. A smart and funny drama about the bravery and choices of what is called ‘ordinary life’ From the makers of festival hits, BEASTS, BLIND […]
The nation’s movie critics have spoken. The members of the Dublin Film Critics Circle have, for the 12th year, selected their favourite works of the year. In common with several other awarding bodies, A Star is Born was a clear favourite, but it was Alfonso Cuarón who was named Best Director for Roma. Second placed […]
Frances Winston reviews the latest Kylie Minogue outing, The Golden Tour, at the 3Arena in Dublin, and except for a small blip, really enjoyed the experience! Kylie Minogue The Golden Tour 3Arena Dublin, 3rd December It feels like pocket-sized, pop-princess, Kylie Minogue, has always been there. Her three-decade career has straddled so many images and […]
The 2018 Irish Aid Annual Professor Michael Kelly Lecture on HIV/AIDS will take place in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, on December 11, at 5:00 pm. This year’s lecture will include a video address from Father Michael Kelly in Zambia, and will be moderated by broadcaster and entertainer, Dil Wickramesinghe.