Wild Youth to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2023
Ireland reacts and reflects on closing of all Argos stores in the country
Explainer: What is amyloidosis, the rare form of blood cancer that Aslan legend Christy Dignam is battling?
Eurovision hopeful John Lydon calls contest “disgusting”
Men Prefer Pretty Blondes
Moon Knight: The Less Dark Knight
Rick and Morty Season 5 – Has it lived up to past Seasons?
The Batman Review – Fear the Knight
Turning Red Review – Pixar’s Period Drama
Turning Red is about periods and the changes that accompany them. But it’s also a lot more. It’s a study of adolescence in Toronto in the early noughties. A trip down family lane. It’s a loud reminder that it’s okay to be weird and different. But most of all, it’s a big fat lie about the size of red pandas.
Nintendo releases new tracks for best-selling Mario Kart 8
Rhinestone pop melodies and sing-along self-loathing are in abundance on CMAT’s delightful If My Wife New I’d Be Dead
Artists remove their art from the National Gallery of Ireland
The National Gallery of Ireland (NGI), located in Merrion Square, Dublin has awarded a catering contract to the American Company, Aramark, for a three-year term. Aramark has gained controversy in recent years as it was revealed that they profit from Direct Provision in Ireland, which many find unacceptable.
“The 2 Johnnies” return to RTE
Brand new Night & Day Festival lineup announced
The Zutons, Villagers, John Grant and Orla Gartland will headline the first ‘Night & Day’
music festival which will take place in September in Clonalis House, Castlerea.
The lineup, which was announced at a launch event last week at The Workman’s Club in
Dublin, will also feature The Mary Wallopers, Cathy Davey, Moxie, Alana Henderson, Paddy
Dennhey, Columbia Mills, Amy Montgomery and Soda Blonde.
Jamal Edwards, music executive and entrepreneur, dies aged 31
Four Binge Worthy Books
Longitude Festival- What to expect
DCU’s St. Pat’s Campus a “natural fit” for Poetry Ireland’s temporary relocation
Mitski dances with dread on Laurel Hell
The Eyes of Tammy Faye Review: Sex, Drugs, and The Almighty Dollar
The Eyes of Tammy Faye is a scandalous yet darkly comedic biopic that depicts the rise and fall of the Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, two of America’s most infamous televangelists. We follow the pair as they build their media empire from nothing, spreading the word of God to televisions across America whilst also lining their pockets with the donations of their easily manipulated viewers.