Alison Spittle

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Alison Spittle’s breakout RTÉ comedy “Nowhere Fast”.

The last thing anybody wants is to turn the annual Ticket Awards into some sort of popularity contest. Instead, now that the critics’ picks and popula(...)

Muireann O’Connell: ‘My favourite restaurant is Jack’s Coastguard in Cromane, Co Kerry.'

Favourite TV show? At the moment it’s Motherland, which is written by Sharon Horgan and Graham Linehan. I’m not a parent, but it’s one of the funnies(...)

Music: Ann Marie Horan launches her debut Album Am I Am

Going out... Young Hearts Present Yule! Dublin Food Co-Op, Dublin Saturday Dec 9th, €16.55-22 eventbrite.ie Young Hearts Run Free’s Christmas p(...)

Our critics have picked their favourite TV shows from 2017 and now it’s over to you. Click on irishtimes.com/ticketawards to vote for your favourite t(...)

Kelly’s Resort Hotel in Rosslare, Co Wexford

Profits at the four-star Kelly’s Resort Hotel in Rosslare increased by 12 per cent in 2016 as a “bit more confidence” returned to the economy, the com(...)

He works hard for the money:  The Punisher

My first encounter with mental health on television was on The A-Team. I’ve written about this before. I’m slightly obsessed with The A-Team. The most(...)

Clare Monnelly, as an aggressively direct friend Mary, Alison Spittle as Angela and  Genevieve Hulme-Beaman as the nicely awkward Brid in Nowhere Fast

To judge from the first episode of Nowhere Fast (RTÉ Two, Monday, 10pm), co-writers Alison Spittle and Simon Mulholland have created a winning comedy (...)

Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery Netflix, September 25th In the 1960s, Star Trek viewers had the swashbuckling Kennedyesque James T Kirk exploring the universe on(...)

Happy Mondays are at Leopardstown Racecourse on Thursday as part of Bulmers Live

Culture Vultures Set Theatre, Kilkenny, Friday August 11, 7.30pm €15 set.ie Beaulieu House, Baltray, Drogheda, Co Louth, Saturday August 12th, 8pm, (...)

Raven Eyed by Loosysmokes will take over a warehouse in this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival

Dublin Fringe Festival has announced its programme for 2017. This will be its last programme under current artistic director Kris Nelson. With 81 pr(...)

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