What’s in The Ticket tomorrow – and your plugs
What you’ll find in The Ticket on your newstands, app and online tomorrow: J Edgar: screenwriter Dustin Lance Black on the new flick about former FBI director J Edgar Hoover Delorentos: Nial Conlan and Kiernan McGuinness on the ups and …
What you’ll find in The Ticket on your newstands, app and online tomorrow:
J Edgar: screenwriter Dustin Lance Black on the new flick about former FBI director J Edgar Hoover
Delorentos: Nial Conlan and Kiernan McGuinness on the ups and downs behind how the Dublin band’s best album yet “Little Sparks” came together.
Coriolanus: why would Oscar-nominated actor Ralph Fiennes want to direct and star in a violent film of one of Shakespeare’s least popular plays? “Because I am perverse,” he tells Donald Clarke
A level playing field?: Louise Bruton looks at how Dublin’s main music venues handling their obligations to their customers with mobility issues. Plus Irish musicians on their observations of and commitment to access for all
Diagrams: the former Tunng Frontman on going it alone with new guise Diagrams and brand new album “Black Light”
Booking the Cooks: musical comedian Reggie Watts whips up a toasted cheese sandwich. Not just any old toasted cheese sandwich, mind, but a toasted cheese sandwich by Reggie Watts.
Plus reviews of new album releases (including The Weeknd, The Big Pink, Frank Turner, Howler, Andy Stott, “War Horse”, First Aid Kit, Ex Norwegian, “Café Irlandaise”, Brad Mehldau Trio, The Wiyos, Dan Gurbey, Angelika Niescier), movies (War Horse, The Darkest Hour, Margin Call, Shame, Tatsumi), games (BBBB), apps, listings, news and much, much more.
That’s your winning Ticket in The Irish Times tomorrow in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.
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