Music

Music festivals in 2021 remain in the dark

February 1, 2021

A staple of summer culture, all music festivals were cancelled last year due to the pandemic. With a vaccine being doled out and better grasp on how to deal with Covid-19, every festival fanatic is waiting to find out if they will go ahead.

Television

How reality TV adapted to the pandemic

January 27, 2021

While people are at home watching television more than ever in the last number of months, reality TV has had to take a knock due to coronavirus restrictions.

Articles

Holidate is another cringe fest of a love story

November 11, 2020

In a nutshell: yes, it is. But that’s not always a bad thing. If you love to watch two very attractive white people fall in love over the course of an hour and 45 minutes, going through the motions of “will they/won’t they” while also experiencing close to every cliché ever, then this is the movie for you.

Features

The power of street art

October 21, 2020

A walk through Temple Bar strikes a political pulse as the “Repeal the 8th” mural reminds you of a past triumph. Cutting through Love Lane, your inner romantic ignites itself. 

Television

Tiger King dominates attention during the pandemic

April 13, 2020

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, appeared on our screens on the 20th of March this year. Within a few days, memes started pouring in and Joe Exotic became an internet sensation with over 37,000

Music

The backing track to Dublin City

November 13, 2019

A new wave of young buskers have taken over the streets of Dublin. Competing for peak times and areas could cause busking wars but they are all part of a supportive community, says singer songwriter