'Slán Leis an gCeol', a documentary about Tony McMahon
Cathal Ó Cuaig, director of 'Slán Leis an gCeol/Farewell To Music', his documentary about musician Tony McMahon
Yvonne Nolan and Simon Maher review 'The White Crow', 'Us' and 'Minding The Gap'
'Grey Area', a film by Sam Perkins
Sam Perkins, whose film 'Grey Area' combines his love of skateboarding and his work as a composer
'Herod's Dispensations' by Harry Clifton
Harry Clifton talks about his latest collection of poetry 'Herod's Dispensations' (published by Bloodaxe Books)
TV preview: 'ReMastered: The Miami Showband Massacre' on Netflix
Susan McKay previews 'ReMastered: The Miami Showband Massacre', a documentary on Netflix this Friday
'The Dirt', a biopic of Motley Crue
Róisín Dwyer previews 'The Dirt', a biopic of rock band Motley Crue
Great artistic collaborations - Cage and Cunningham
Sorcha Kenny with the artistic collaboration between John Cage and Merce Cunningham
'Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration', a concert film
Nick Schwartz Hall, one of the producers of the concert film 'Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration'
'Beginning' at the Gate Theatre
Eileen Walsh and Marty Rea who star in 'Beginning', a play by David Eldridge at the Gate Theatre
Zara Hedderman and John Meagher review 'Gold In A Brass Age' from David Gray, 'Lux Prima' from Karen O & Danger Mouse and 'Punk' from Chai
Things to do at St Patrick's Festival 2019
Sinead Mooney with a round-up of what's on around the country for the St Patrick's Festival weekend
'Lanny' by Max Porter
Max Porter discusses his latest novel 'Lanny'(published by Faber & Faber)
David Power at Farmleigh House
Uilleann piper David Power, who will perform at Farmleigh House on Saturday
Sarah Taaffe Maguire and Stephen Boyd review 'What Men Want', 'Ben Is Back' and 'Girl'
Pat Laffan RIP
Colm Meaney and Tina Kellegher remember working with Pat Laffan, whose death was announced today
'Electric', a play by Ali Hardiman
Ali Hardiman chats about her play 'Electric'
Cormac Begley & Friends at St Patrick's Festival 2019
Cormac Begley, who hosts an evening of music for the launch of St Patrick's Festival
'This Land', a performance piece at St Patrick's Festival 2019
Raymond Keane and Mimmi Melaba explain 'This Land', their production for St Patrick's Festival
Lukas Dhont, director of 'Girl'
Sinead Mooney chatted to Lukas Dhont, director of the film 'Girl'
Sarah Davis Goff explains why she Loves zombies
Review: 'Show Them A Good Time' by Nicole Flattery
Yvonne Nolan reviews 'Show Them A Good Time' by Nicole Flattery (published by The Stinging Fly)
'Terra Firmish', a performance piece devised by Seán MacErlaine
Seán MacErlaine, writer/composer/musical director of performance piece 'Terra Firmish'
'Sure Look It, Fuck It', a play by ThisIsPopBaby
Clare Dunne and Tom Creed, creators of 'Sure Look It, Fuck It', a new play by ThisIsPopBaby
'Midnight Cowboy: Art, Sex and the Making of a Dark Masterpiece in 1960's America ', a lecture at Trinity College
Glenn Frankel on how the film Midnight Cowboy reflects the social upheaval of 1960's America
'Another Planet: A Teenager In Suburbia', a memoir by Tracey Thorn
Tracey Thorn chats about her memoir 'Another Planet: A Teenager In Suburbia' (published by Canongate)
Rachel Breslin and Neil Doherty review 'Stride' from Jafaris, 'Sucker Punch' from Sigrid and 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, Part 1' from Foals
'The Red Thread', an exhibition by Liliane Tomasko
Liliane Tomasko explains how sleep and the dream world inspired her exhibition 'The Red Thread'
'The Penguin Book of Italian Short Stories', edited by Jhumpa Lahiri
The writer Jhumpa Lahiri, who has edited the anthology 'The Penguin Book of Italian Short Stories'
Review: The Children' at the Gate Theatre
Eithne Shortall reviews 'The Children' at the Gate Theatre
Review: 'Last Ones Left Alive' by Sarah Davis Goff
Maev Kennedy reviews 'Last Ones Left Alive', the debut novel by Sarah Davis-Goff (published by Tinder Press)
Arlene Hunt and Chris Wasser review 'Captain Marvel', 'The Kindergarten Teacher' and 'Everybody Knows'
Review: 'Nathaniel Hone: Birth of a Landscape Artist' at the National Gallery
Eve Parnell reviews 'Nathaniel Hone: Birth of a Landscape Artist' at the National Gallery
TV previews - 'MotherFatherSon' and 'After Life'
Carl Austin previews 'MotherFatherSon' on BBC Two and 'After Life' on Netflix
'Black Leopard, Red Wolf' by Marlon James
Marlon James chats about 'Black Leopard, Red Wolf' (published by Hamish Hamilton)
Forgotten musical gem - 'Spirit of Eden' by Talk Talk
Donal Dineen on why the album 'Spirit of Eden' by Talk Talk is a forgotten musical gem
'Seahorse', a play by Christiane O'Mahony
Christiane O'Mahony chats about her play 'Seahorse'
'The Built Moment' by Lavinia Greenlaw
Lavinia Greenlaw discusses how her father's dementia inspired her collection of poetry 'The Built Moment' (published by Faber)
Review: 'The Wych Elm' by Tana French
Declan Burke reviews 'The Wych Elm' by Tana French (published by Penguin Viking)
'The Harvest', a play by Jane McCarthy
Jane McCarthy chats about her latest play 'The Harvest'
TV preview: 'Derry Girls', series 2
Mary McGill previews series 2 of 'Derry Girls', which begins tomorrow night on Channel 4
DJackulate at the Spectrum Festival 2019
Multi-instrumentalist and sample artist DJackulate, who performs as part of the Spectrum festival this week
'Leaving Neverland', a documentary on Channel 4
Daithí and Nadine O'Regan (both fans) look at the Michael Jackson documentary 'Leaving Neverland' / Keith Flint RIP
Róisín Dwyer and Adam Hogan review 'Wasteland Baby' from Hozier, 'When I Get Home' from Solange and 'Crushing' from Julia Jacklin
'The White Crow', a screenplay by David Hare
David Hare, screenwriter of 'The White Crow', the Ralph Fiennes-directed film
Review: 'The Country Girls' at the Abbey Theatre
Helen Meany reviews 'The Country Girls' at the Abbey Theatre
Brian Irvine Ensemble at the Spectrum Festival 2019
Brian Irvine, leader of the 12-piece Brian Irvine Ensemble who will perform at the Spectrum Festival next week
'Call Mr Robeson' and 'Just An Ordinary Lawyer', two shows by Tayo Aluko
Tayo Aluko whose show celebrates two important black role models - Paul Robeson and Tunji Sowande
Cara O'Doherty and Hilary White review 'The Hole In The Ground', 'Fighting With My Family' and 'The Aftermath'
André Previn RIP
David Brophy reflects on the career of pianist/conductor/composer André Previn, whose death has just been announced
The bicycle in art
James Fraser looks at the role the bicycle has played in literature and art
First Cut Youth Film Festival 2019
Elena Horgan, Max le Cain and Mary McGrath, participants in the First Cut Youth Film Festival in Youghal next week
'The Mirror Crack'd', a new adaptation comes to the Gaiety Theatre
Melly Still and Rachel Wagstaff, who have adapted the Agatha Christie crime story 'The Mirror Crack'd' for the stage
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