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Jordan casts a spell with wicked thriller

Jordan casts a spell with wicked thriller

No tired pastiche or retro-baiting homage, Greta is a deliciously nasty romp, built around perverse maternal obsessions, with dialogue as arched as a vamp’s eyebrow

Album reviews

Album reviews

War Horse continues to dazzle a decade after its first performance

War Horse continues to dazzle a decade after its first performance

Using puppetry and song, directors Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris achieve an epic theatrical transformation of Michael Morpurgo’s affecting story, which revolves around a young man, Albert (Scott Miller), and his horse, Joey

There’s smoke at Edo – but the flavours lack fire

There’s smoke at Edo – but the flavours lack fire

It’s baffling to talk so much about your wonderful charcoal oven – which you presumably have paid a pretty penny for - then pay so little attention to the pricey steak you cook on it

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

This week

This week

Live Collision in the Project Arts Centre, THEATREclub's contemporary spin on Hamlet and a Doris Salcedo exhibition at IMMA

Off message

Off message

When powerful women like Beyoncé open up about the struggles they face, they help the rest of us understand that there is no such thing as perfect

When the whistle falls on deaf ears

When the whistle falls on deaf ears

Whistleblowers are often lauded, yet regularly pilloried. In her book, Whistleblowing, Irish academic Kate Kenny spoke to whistleblowers across the world in an attempt to understand the fallout that accompanies the act of speaking out

Nervous student: The science of the brain

Nervous student: The science of the brain

Neurologist Niall Tubridy reveals a questioning mind and gets under his patients’ skin while he reflects on his own methods and motivations in his fascinating memoir

Tell no one: The scandal shaking a religion

Tell no one: The scandal shaking a religion

The Jehovah’s Witnesses have come under scrutiny for their handling of child sex abuse allegations within the church both in Ireland and abroad

Suddenly, summer

Suddenly, summer

Holiday season is on the horizon: Susannagh Grogan has you covered with her bright tunics and scarves

Nordic ways

Nordic ways

The optimal Scandinavian look for your home

Škoda scales the heights

Škoda scales the heights

The new Škoda Scala looks set to claim some big scalps in the hotly contested C-segment hatchback market, writes Dave Humphreys

Driving our way to a heavier carbon footprint

Driving our way to a heavier carbon footprint

Carbon emissions alone present a massive challenge for the car market in Ireland – especially as everyone wants to go bigger

Sporty Honda crossover carves out a new niche

Sporty Honda crossover carves out a new niche

There aren’t many performance-oriented crossovers, but the Honda HR-V Sport aims to change all that, writes Matt Robinson