Sophie Gorman reviews 'Brendan at the Chelsea' starring Adrian Dunbar which chronicles Brendan Behan's stay at New York's Chelsea Hotel. The play runs at Dublin's Project Arts Centre until Saturday November 16th.
On Friday's Programme A full programme from Dublin's Smock Alley Theatre as part of this year's Dublin Book Festival. Presented by Seán Rocks. The book 'New Planet Cabaret' will be launched on Friday November 22nd at The Gutter Bookshop on Cow's Lane in Dublin. The book is the result of Arena's on-air Creative Writing Course which ran from December 2012 to June 2013. The Publishers are New Island and the Editor is Dave Lordan, who also co-ordinated the course. All proceeds from the sale of New Planet Cabaret go to the Writers In Schools project which supports young writers.
Jill Peter's web site: http://www.jillpetersphotography.com/swornvirginsofalbania To visit the web site of The Miscarriage Association of Ireland please click here. Tracey Piggott book recommendations for overcoming depression and anxiety. 'The Dalai Lama's Cat' by David Michie 'The Miracle of Mindfulness' by Thich Nhat Hanh 'The Power of Now' by Eckhart Tolle and below Eckhart's 'Guardians of Being: Spiritual Teachings from Our Dogs & Cats'
Brendan Behan is so closely associated with Dublin City, that it's difficult to picture him anywhere else, but a new play focuses on his time living in New York, rubbing shoulders with some of the city’s most famous names. The new play written by Brendan's niece, Janet, directed by (and stars) Adrian Dunbar as Brendan himself. Janet & Adrian join John in studio this morning. Brendan at the Chelsea -the Project Arts Centre - Dublin from tonight to Saturday For more information or to book....go to www.projectartscentre.ie
Neil's next guest is actor Adrian Dunbar, best known for his roles in The Crying Game, My Left Foot & Hear My Song. Adrian joins us from London studio & talks about his latest role as director of Brian Friel's play Translations, which begins in the Gaiety next week.