This week in The Ticket – and your plugs
When Donald met Justin: as Justin Bieber completes his quest for world domination with the release of his Biebermovie Never Say Never, he even manages to draw Donald Clarke into his world. But what did Ireland’s grumpiest film critic (that’s …
When Donald met Justin: as Justin Bieber completes his quest for world domination with the release of his Biebermovie Never Say Never, he even manages to draw Donald Clarke into his world. But what did Ireland’s grumpiest film critic (that’s Donald) make of the world’s most translucent teen (that’s Justin)?
Le Corps Mince de Francoise: Finnish girl pop with a French name? Mais oui! Or, indeed, kyllä!
Chapel Club: Lauren Murphy hears how one of her tops for 2011 are doing ahead of their Irish gigs next week,
Plus: reviews of music releases from Jamie XX and Gil Scott-Heron (CD of the Week slot for the excellent “We’re New Here”), Nicolas Jaar, Papercuts, Yuck, Low Anthem, Claire Maguire, Brad Mehldau and more, plus new movies on the block including Big Mommas: LIke Fathers, Like Son, Paul, Confessions, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never and Inside Job.
All this and more in The Ticket, in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.
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