12 March 2002
Film: The Royal Tenenbaums
American independent filmmaker Wes Anderson is well known for 'Rushmore', a deadpan account of a nerd's progress - or lack of it - through a New England prep school. Now Anderson has co-written and directed 'The Royal Tenenbaums' with laughs a-go-go and stars aplenty.

Karen Fricker, Gerry Godley and Brenda Power review 'The Royal Tenenbaums'

Theatre: Diarmuid and Gráinne
'Tóraíocht Diarmuid agus Gráinne' was compulsory reading for Leaving Cert Honours Irish for the last thirty years or so, which can be the kiss of death for any romance. Paul Mercier of The Passion Machine Theatre Company has taken the old story of seduction and treachery and updated it with a vengeance of his own.

The panel discuss 'Diarmuid and Gráinne'

Book: The White Road
The last three books of crime writer John Connolly have been bestsellers. He's back with a new adventure from the dark entitled 'The White Road'.

The panel talk about 'The White Road'

Theatre: Lovers at Versailles
Bernard Farrell is the author of some seventeen plays, many of them dealing with the tension between old morals and new values. His eighteenth, 'Lovers at Versailles', is no exception.

The panel review 'Lovers at Versailles'

Performance: The Hugo Wolf Quartet
The Hugo Wolf Quartet was formed in 1993 and since then they have toured the world and won numerous awards.

The Hugo Wolf Quartet play two of Webern's Five Movements for a String Quartet

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