What’s in The Ticket today – and your plugs
Camden Crawl Dublin: as Dublin gets ready to host its own version of north London’s Camden Crawl, Lauren Murphy looks forward to over a weekend of musical highs with Gaz Coombs, The Rubberbandits and Mystery Jets. The Spook of the …
Camden Crawl Dublin: as Dublin gets ready to host its own version of north London’s Camden Crawl, Lauren Murphy looks forward to over a weekend of musical highs with Gaz Coombs, The Rubberbandits and Mystery Jets.
The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock: lyricist, vocalist and founder Allen Blighe on their stunning new album “The Brutal Here & Now”
Gone: how British actor Jason Statham has become one of the chief go-to guys when it comes to kick-asskick-ass action movies.
American Reunion: why Seann William Scott is totally psyched about returning to his role as Stifler for the fourth time
Carol Keogh: Q&A with the former member of Plague Monkeys, Tyco Brahe and Autamata on her solo album and the Unsigned & Online band competition.
Plus CD reviews (including Richard Hawley, Damon Albarn, Bahamas, Sweet Billy Pilgrim, Keane, Death Grips, Los Miticos del Ritmo, The Plea, Vijay Iyer Trio, Daniel Freedman, Mairtin O’Connor Band, JD McPherson), films (American Reunion, Beauty and the Beast 3D, Safe, Silent House, Hara Kiri 3D, Goodbye First Love, Monsieur Lazhar, Le Quai des Brums), games (Euro 2012, Anomoly Warzone Earth, Trials Evolution), apps (Shaun the Sheep: Fleece Lightning 3), 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.
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