This week in The Ticket – and your plugs
His & Hers: Laois-born director Ken Wardrop talks to Donald Clarke about his new film where 70 women from the Irish midlands talk about the men in their lives. The Gaslight Anthem: Frontman Brian Fallon talks about the sweet smell …
His & Hers: Laois-born director Ken Wardrop talks to Donald Clarke about his new film where 70 women from the Irish midlands talk about the men in their lives.
The Gaslight Anthem: Frontman Brian Fallon talks about the sweet smell of success ahead of the release of their new album “American Slang”
World Street Performance Festival: Davin O’Dwyer finds out what drove the world’s best contortionists, jugglers and weirdoes onto the streets to entertain – and what they’d be doing if they weren’t swallowing sharp blades.
Plus: reviews of music releases from Enrico Pieranunzi (CD of the Week for the Italian jazz pianist), Sleigh Bells, We Are Scientists, Enemies, R.S.A.G, Scissor Sisters, Ariel Pink, Peter Wolf Crier, Suzanne Vega, “Greenberg OST” and others, and new movies rated and slated including Brooklyn’s Finest, Letter to Juliet, Greenberg and Black Death.
All this and more in The Ticket, in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.
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