Theatre: The Pillowman. The Town Hall Theatre, Galway. Directed by Andrew Flynn. Tours nationally until April 19. Reviewed by Brendan Daly. Rating: ****
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Unfolding in incremental chapters, each of which twists the heartstrings with delicate precision, Still Alice is a film about a woman’s slow, inevitable deterioration as a result of early-onset Alzheimer’s. The disease works like an eraser on a black
Aengus Finucane was a charismatic humanitarian visionary who turned a small charity into an international phenomenon. Here, writer Deirdre Purcell prefaces her biography of the man who shaped Concern
One of the weird minor perks of being a book reviewer is that you sometimes find yourself quoted on the covers of paperbacks. It can make you feel powerful, in a completely powerless sort of way. I sometimes like to imagine growing so influential as
You hear a lot these days about kicking cans down roads, but next weekend, you can Bang On A Can with far more exciting results when the world-famous New York music collective – now a worldwide bandwagon – hits town for a two-day festival at the Nati
Time was that Will Smith could do no wrong. For more than a decade, blockbuster followed blockbuster as the actor became the axis around which lucrative, global summer sci-fi franchises were constructed. He kept his hand in with the occasional sober
Opera: Faust. By Charles Gounod. Cork Choral Society. The Everyman, Cork. Reviewed by Dick O’Riordan.
EXHIBITION: Emmet Kane Exhibition
Without pomp or ceremony, fuss or fanfare, a prestigious British composer will attend a performance of one of her works in Dublin this Wednesday.