on Wednesday's show....review of “Romeo & Juliet” at the Gate Theatre, the restoration of Powell & Pressburger's 1951 film "The Tales of Hoffman" and what inspired the creation of a fictional history of the Irish avant garde?
Daily arts and popular culture show.
Alan Corr meets Steve Coogan, star of 'Alan Partride: Alpa Papa' which is released in Ireland this week.
Tony Clayton-Lea reviews 'The Guts' by Roddy Doyle which is Published by Jonathan Cape.
Olivia Laing on her book 'The Trip to Echo Spring' which explores the relationship between writers and alcohol. The Publishers are Canongate.
Inspired by Fyodor Dosteovsky's 'The Idiot' - Two Irish musicians, Pearse McGloughlin and Justin Grounds have collaborated on a new collection of music, appropriately entitled: 'Idiot Songs'. The album launches in Dublin's Odessa on Friday August 9th.
Audrey Donohue reports on 'Take the Floor' which hits the Helix stage in Dublin on Friday August 9th. For more information and tour details, visit www.takethefloorshow.com. It's part of the Gathering celebrations and the website for that is www.thegatheringireland.com.
Presenter: Seán Rocks