Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Borstal BoyGaiety Theatre*** That Brendan Behan’s classic memoir can concern itself with IRA bombings, prison life, casual violence and wartime death (...)
In a world of coincidences, here’s a delicious one.Peter Coonan, the ‘Fran’ actor from Love/Hate, is playing former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive D(...)
Not too long ago, at a party thrown by Aidan Gillen, two actors fell into conversation without knowing they were up for the same part. “Has anyone (...)
TDs living on social welfare, a brutal family feud that threatens to envelop an entire community and a documentary series about people living on islan(...)
“It is a gripping drama of classical proportions, in which the tragic hero is Ireland,” says the press release for a film scheduled to begin productio(...)
Calvary was the big winner at last night’s Irish Film and Television Awards (IFTAs) in Dublin.
The story of a good priest confronting bad(...)
Why not just call the thing
and have done with it? By naming his new experimen(...)
John Butler’s comedy The Stag and John Michael McDonagh’s state-of-the-nation piece Calvary have topped the charts in the nominations for the upcom(...)
Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Lyric Theatre, Belfast
Emigration has returned to Ireland with a vengeance, and so it was in 1964, the ye(...)
The ending was flat and confusing on Sunday night, some of the storyline seemed undeveloped and there was a sense nobody knew where the series was goi(...)
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