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 30 November 2010
The Guests

My guests tonight are writer Manchan Magan, film maker Lelia Doolan, and writer and documentary-maker Deirdre Mulrooney.


The Film: London Boulevard

London Boulevard is the directorial debut of William Monahan - the acclaimed screenwriter of Scorsese's The Departed - starring Colin Farrell. Based on a book by Ken Bruen, it's a thriller about an ex-con, played by Farrell, trying to make a fresh start working for a reclusive young movie star (Keira Knightley). Romance is inevitable - but so too is danger - in the substantial shape of Ray Winstone.


The Film: The Pipe

Winner of Best Feature Documentary at the Galway Film Fleadh 2010, Risteard O'Domhnaill's film The Pipe is the story of a proposed gas pipeline and the stand-off between the people of a small coastal village and an international conglomerate. The village is Rossport in County Mayo and the conglomerate is Shell Oil.


The Dance: In This Moment

Now on at The Project in Dublin, In This Moment is the latest piece from Irish Modern Dance Theatre. Dance, visual art and music come together in this collaboration between choreographer John Scott and film-maker and video artist Charles Atlas. Atlas is a big name in the world of dance having worked with the likes of Merce Cunningham and Michael Clark.


The Art: things made, things done

Work by the artist Janet Mullarney is now on display in Dublin in two concurrent exhibitions. Large-scale sculptures in a range of materials from bronze to sponge are in the RHA Gallagher Gallery in a show called things made. Meanwhile things done is the title of the exhibition of sculpture, drawings and video at the Taylor Gallery.


The Performance: Micheál Ó Súilleabháin

One of Ireland's best known musicians, Micheál Ó Súilleabháin has brought to the piano a mix of classical, jazz and traditional and his latest CD, Elver Gleams, brings together selected recordings from his entire career to date plus a few new pieces. Here, with Heartwork, is Micheál Ó Súilleabháin.


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