What’s in The Ticket today – and your plugs
Skyfall: Donald Clarke goes on The Ticket’s secret service to Pinewood Studios, home of Mr James Bond, and hears from Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Barbara Broccoli about the new British secret agent’s latest run-out, as directed by Sam Mendes. …
Skyfall: Donald Clarke goes on The Ticket’s secret service to Pinewood Studios, home of Mr James Bond, and hears from Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Barbara Broccoli about the new British secret agent’s latest run-out, as directed by Sam Mendes. Plus five decades of Bond-age.
Beach House: Victoria Legrande on why touring still pays the bills for her rented apartment in Baltimore
Cody Chesnutt: Q&A with the soulful dude behind the excellent new album “Landing On A Hundred”
The Walkmen: ahead of their upcoming Dublin show (Vicar Street on October 29), The Walkmen’s lead singer Hamilton Leithauser on how the band are still getting on with each other a decade into their career.
Room 237: Rodney Ascher on his documentary about the conspiracy theories of ardent fans who are convinced they have decoded The Shining’s secret messages regarding genocide, government conspiracy and other historical matters.
Plus CD reviews (including Jesse Boykins III & Melo-X, Madness, Owensie, Saturday Captains, Swedish House Mafia, AR Kane, Kreidler, “Skyfall OST”, Mick Coady, John Mclaughlin and the 4th Dimension, Irish DeMent etc), films (Room 237, Skyfall, Stitches, Fun Size), games (Dishonored, Skylanders: Giants, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Soundtracking), listings, news and much, much more.
That’s your winning Ticket in The Irish Times today in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.
DJ-ing plug: if it’s the last Friday of the month (and payday), it’s time for Glider at the Workman’s Club, Dublin 2. Playing this, that and the other upstairs from 10pm and downstairs from 11.30pm will be Cillian McDonnell, Tanya Sweeney and myself plus special guest, the dashing (and very tall) 2fm megastar Dan Hegarty. Admission is free.
The OTR plugs service is now open for business. Please feel free to plug and recommend stuff away to your heart’s content, but remember some simple rules: (a) declare an interest where one should be declared, (b) plugs are accepted on the whim of OTR and may be edited for length/clarity/common sense and (c) plugs which mention a commercial sponsor are really ads and will probably not be published in this slot. Best of luck to all the OTR readers running the Dublin Marathon on Monday.