Cinema: Mad Max: Fury Road. Directed by George Miller. Nationwide, cert 15A. Rating: *****. The Tribe. Directed by Myroslav. Slaboshpytskiy. Selected, cert 18. Rating: *****. Also opening The Clouds of Sils Maria (selected, 15A). Juliette Binoche an
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There’s a whopping prize of €15,000 awaiting the winner of the tenth Dublin International Piano Competition, which has begun its sorting-out process of 63 young hopefuls from 18 countries around the world.
New Dublin Voices (NDV) has celebrated its tenth year by winning the most prestigious international trophy at the Cork International Choral Festival. By doing so, it became the first Irish choir to win the trophy in 17 years, and only the third since
ELECTRONICA/ALTERNATIVE: Hot Chip, Why Make Sense? (Domino)
Your band name stems from the Don DeLillo novel White Noise; explain . . .
Classical: Irish Chamber Orchestra Viennese Prom
Theatre: Little Thing, Big Thing. By Donal O’Kelly. Directed by Jim Culleton. Project Arts Centre, Dublin, until May 16. Rating: ****. Reviewed by Joanne Hayden
Cinema: The Canal. Directed by Ivan Kavanagh. Nationwide, cert 16. Rating: ***. Girlhood. Directed by: Céline Sciamma. Selected, cert 15A. Rating: **** . Also opening Phoenix (IFI, no cert). Christian Petzold reunites with star Nina Hoss for the sto
May is the month when the old almost inevitably overlaps the new in the annual programming of the National Concert Hall. The newly announced NCH International Concert Series 2015/2016 may stretch out before us into a distant future – not to mention a