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Banter: Madonna’s Pop Lives

Banter is heading to the movies. As part of the forthcoming OneTwoOneTwo music documentary festival at the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin, we’ll be hosting a bit of a Banter session. Taking place prior to a screening of the In Bed …

Tue, Oct 9, 2012, 09:16

   

Banter is heading to the movies. As part of the forthcoming OneTwoOneTwo music documentary festival at the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin, we’ll be hosting a bit of a Banter session.

Taking place prior to a screening of the In Bed With Madonna doc, Madonna’s Pop Lives will look at the various creative and stylistic changes, makeovers and shimmies the pop star’s pop star has carried off over the course of her career. We’ll also talk about which ones worked (and which ones didn’t) and wonder if Madonna is still capable of similar groundbreaking shapeshifting in the future.


From the 1980s….

…to infinity and beyond

The panel: Melanie Morris (editor, Image magazine), Panti (pub landlady and performer), Jennifer Gannon (State magazine and all-round pop champion) and John Sullivan (H2 Films and uber Madonna fan)

The details: Lighthouse Cinema, Saturday October 20, 6pm. Admission is free. In Bed With Madonna will be screened at 7.40pm.

And don’t forget our other Banter this month: a live recording of the Anti Room podcast featuring Anti Room hosts Sinead Gleeson and Anna Carey with guests Miriam O’Callaghan, Maeve Higgins and Martina Devlin. It takes place at the Twisted Pepper (Middle Abbey St., Dublin 1) on Wednesday October 24. Doors open at 7pm-ish and the recording gets underway at 7.30pm sharp (please note change of time for this one). Admission is free, but you need to be signed up to the invite list which you will find here.

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