Saturday August 8, 2020

Culture Counter

16th October, 2016

Depeche Mode the synth-pop band have just announced a European summer 2017 tour; however, Ireland is not on the list yet – we have to assume they’re going to announce an Irish date in short order. Otherwise, we’re booking our flights . . .

Sarah Jessica Parker back with the new sitcom Divorce, penned by the Irish writer and actress Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe); it airs Tuesday nights at 10.10pm on Sky Atlantic

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