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Film Review & Trailer: Aquaman

Film Review & Trailer: Aquaman

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 […]

Dublin Fringe Festival 2018: SEAHORSE – 18 to 22 Sept at Project Arts Centre

Dublin Fringe Festival 2018: SEAHORSE – 18 to 22 Sept at Project Arts Centre

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 […]

Queer Eye and Nailed It! Crossover Episode

Queer Eye and Nailed It! Crossover Episode

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: Ross O’Carroll-Kelly’s Postcards from The Ledge

Theatre Review: Ross O’Carroll-Kelly’s Postcards from The Ledge

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 […]

Netflix Trailer for ‘Ricky Gervais: Humanity’ – On Netflix 13 March

Netflix Trailer for ‘Ricky Gervais: Humanity’ – On Netflix 13 March

Netflix has released the trailer for Ricky Gervais’ new stand-up comedy show, Ricky Gervais:  Humanity. Ricky’s got some experience with humanity however he wouldn’t recommend it…. In his first special in seven years, filmed at the Apollo Hammersmith in London, the Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning British comedian returns to the stage with a scathing […]

Review Dublin Fringe 2017: How to be Angry

Review Dublin Fringe 2017: How to be Angry

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. […]

Review Fringe Festival 2017: Dear Attracta

Review Fringe Festival 2017: Dear Attracta

Frances Winston really enjoyed this Fringe offering. Attracta Tension is an Irish agony aunt. Part Panto Dame, part Drag Queen part Hyacinth Bucket, she is also incredibly indiscrete, sharing the foibles of those who write to her with her eager audience. She loves nothing more than sharing her worldly wisdom, and if she can do […]