coming up on Friday's show...a tribute to Dermot Healy at Cúirt International Festival of Literature, an artist looking for a rural retreat finds more than she bargained for in "The Dead House", the first novel by Billy O'Callaghan and the latest albums from Gorillaz, The Cranberries and Thurston Moore
coming up on Bank Holiday Monday....Colm Meaney and Timothy Spall chat about taking on the roles of Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness in "The Journey", how British-German artist Tino Seghal inspires novelist Rob Doyle, review of "Things We Lost In The Fire", short stories by Mariana Enriquez and American folk singer Rhiannon Giddens in session
Daily arts and popular culture show. Presented by Evelyn O'Rourke
The Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin is the inspiration for a show by Ulysses Opera Theatre Company at this year’s Tiger Dublin Fringe. ‘Harp – a River Cantata’ is a large-scale outdoor production completely free to anyone who wants to join in on the Fringe opening weekend celebrations.
In studio to tell us more about it is Conor Hanratty, the director, and Tom Lane, the composer.
'Light Source' is the name of an exhibition of work in the medium of stained glass by the group RADE. Recovery through Art, Drama and Education is a project that works with people who are in recovery from addiction who use the arts as a means to help the process of recovery.
Rachel Breslin went to visit the exhibition in the Dublin City Council offices at Wood Quay here in Dublin and she’s here now to tell us a bit more about it...