Clubs and Socs

DCU Drama tries to cope with the global pandemic

April 13, 2020

Following the closure of all universities as a reult of the COVID-19 crisis, DCU Drama have indefinitely postpone their four shows; the contemporary show ‘The Graduate’, the member production ‘Aftermath’, the open rehearsal for Musical Theatre Intervarsities ‘ Fosse/Verdon’ and the musical ‘RENT.’

Music

Dua Lipa revives disco pop with Future Nostalgia

April 13, 2020

The British-Kosovan singer has created a fun and ambitious breath of fresh air with her long-awaited sophomore album. Her already released hit singles “Don’t Start Now” and “Physical” set the standard for Lipa’s new age

Film

Disney+ has arrived in Ireland

April 13, 2020

Amongst many people, there is a strong sense of nostalgia associated with Disney. Scores of forgotten gems reappear whilst scrolling aimlessly

Music

Niall Horan laments lost love in latest album

March 30, 2020

It’s been nearly ten years since a wee 16-year-old Niall Horan shot to fame. He auditioned for the X-Factor back in 2010, performing Ne-Yo’s song “So Sick,” and nearly didn’t get through as Katy Perry

The Hype

DOOM Eternal: inside the game

March 30, 2020

DOOM Eternal had a lot of hype to live up to. A follow up to 2016’s reboot of the classic series, Eternal doesn’t drastically change the formula, but tweaks it enough to stand out as

Music

DCU Glee Cast: Behind the scenes

March 30, 2020

The Glee cast is different to other societies. We have one show, one goal, one setlist that we work towards for the entire year.

Television

Break up the day with Daybreak

March 30, 2020

Daybreak is the teen drama comedy satire that we all need to watch, just in case the world ends. This post-apocalyptic series explores many cinematic genres of storytelling in its 10 episode spectacular, keeping audiences on their toes and keeping the presentation of the show fresh.

The Hype

How we can support our favourite artists and creatives during the pandemic

March 30, 2020

Each day news from Italy brings more horror. With the death toll continually rising, one cannot help feeling lost when contemplating such a tragedy. However, the videos that emerged last week of Italian citizens singing “Bella Ciao” and other traditional songs from their balconies in solidarity with healthcare staff were certainly uplifting.