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THE EVERYMAN’S CORNUCOPIA Autumn Season Launch 2019 http://www.everymancork.com “There’s so much to see here at The Everyman this autumn: we like to make sure you, our audience, are spoiled for choice” says Julie Kelleher, Artistic Director of Cork’s Everyman Theatre at the announcement of the theatre’s programme for the coming months.
The Odd Couple (Female Version) DATE AND TIME | UNTIL SAT 17 AUG, 7.30PM PRICE | €33 | CONCESSION €30 | STUDENTS €9 | OPENING WEEK €26 The Everyman’s production of Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple, is a perfect summer night out, and it must finish this Saturday, August 17. Since it opened in July, audiences have been delighting in […]
57 PERFORMANCES DURING WEEK 2 OF THE INTERNATIONAL DUBLIN GAY THEATRE FESTIVAL. Week two of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival begins tonight with 10 brand new shows, running for 57 performances over the next seven days. The festival, now in it’s 16th year celebrates global LGBT+ theatre and culture like no other festival does, bringing a […]
Frances Winston reviews this latest origins-style movie from the DC universe, Aquaman Directed by: James Wan – Starring: Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, Patrick Wilson, Dolph Lundgren, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Nicole Kidman Although this is Aquaman’s first standalone movie, it is actually leading man, Jason Momoa’s third outing as the aquatic superhero. He has […]
A Christiane O’Mahony & For the Birds Theatre Company production SEAHORSE Seahorse will debut at the Dublin Fringe Festival from 18 until 22 September, at Project Arts Centre, Dublin. A surreal underwater tale about trying to be a grown-up and wishing you were a seahorse Mara finds herself in an aquarium in the middle of […]
Watch the guys from Queer Eyes in a special episode of Nailed It! Love Queer Eye and love Nailed It! – The crossover episode of your dreams, featuring the fab five. Nailed It! Season 2 and the extended Crossover episode are now streaming on Netflix. Everyone’s favourite amateur baking show, Nailed It!, is back with […]
Theatre Review by Frances Winston Ross O’Carroll-Kelly’s Postcards from The Ledge The Gaiety Theatre, South King Street Dublin 2 – Until April 14th Love him or loathe him, rugby jock, Ross O’Carroll-Kelly, is now a bona fide pop-icon. Even if you haven’t followed his adventures from day one, he has a way of tapping into […]