on Friday's show.....suggestions for gifts for the music lover in your life, a celebration of Irish design, the Lena Dunham memoir that has caused a stir and the little Star of Bethlehem re-imagined for the theatre
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Sophie Gorman reviews 'Mies Julie' which is currently running as part of the Galway Arts Festival - www.galwayartsfestival.com.
The IFI in Dublin will show the Wanna Fight? Season from August 3rd-31st, a specially curated series of films to accompany the August 2nd release of the controversial and brutal new film by Nicolas Winding Refn - Only God Forgives. Michael Hayden, head of programming at the IFI joins Seán Rocks - www.ifi.ie.
As 'A Streetcar Named Desire' opens at Dublin's Gate Theatre, Evelyn O'Rourke reports on the life and death of Tennessee Williams. The website for performance dates is www.gatetheatre.ie
Composer Philip Stewart on the music for GB Shaw's 'Major Barbara' at Dublin's Abbey Theate - www.abbeytheatre.ie.
Dylan Moran, one of the acts at this year's Vodafone Comedy Festival in Dublin's Iveagh Gardens - www.vodafonecomedy.com for full details.
Vann Music perform 'Never Want To Be Alone' and 'Life in Real Time' live in studio with interview by Seán Rocks. The band play the Knockanstockan Festival in Wicklow on Saturday July 27th - www.knockanstockan.com while their own website is www.vannmusic.com.
Presenter: Seán Rocks