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EMMA DORAN describes herself as a “comedian, mother, chancer”, but in reality, as the Irish Independent said, she is “one of the hottest young stars in Irish comedy”.
Hannibal Lecter's favourite forms centrepiece of Music for Galway’s 41st International Concert Season opener
Moate-native, Jamie O’Rourke, has been selected as a finalist in the Virgin Media Discovers & Screen Ireland Short Film competition for his film ‘Calf’, the script telling the story of a near fatal farm accident that leaves teenager Cáit with a terrible decision to make in order to do what she must to protect her family.
I think its the best titled film to be released since… There Will Be Blood? I was hoping the film would live up to its great title. Unfortunately I had heard mixed things. Neither a comedy nor a horror.
I have wanted to tell this story for 27 years. It started when I replied to a job ad in the DCU newsletter, which had been placed by the Centre for Independent Living (CIL). I was invited to an interview at the Royal Dublin Hotel. Soon, the door was pushed open and a bearded man in a wheelchair rolled in. A fishing hat sat on his head, a cigarette hung from his lips and he wore a smile on his face. ‘Shake the thumb,’ he told me. This was my first introduction to Martin Naughton.
DNG Maxwell, Heaslip & Leonard presents to the market this bright and spacious two bedroom duplex penthouse apartment in the popular development of Sailin, Wellpark.
Jordan Peele has a new film out. 'Nope' is Peele's third movie after two very successful films ‘Get Out’ and ‘Us’. It's pretty remarkable that a sketch comedian (Peele was one half of comedy duo ‘Key and Peele’) has not only made the transition to film maker so smoothly, but in such a short time. There is such excitement around him his films are already anticipated like a Christopher Nolan or Tarantino movie.
The WNL season continues on Saturday with Alan Murphy’s Galway WFC away to Treaty United at the Markets Field (5pm).
There is a certain symmetry to this year’s Rose of Tralee Festival Westmeath contestant, Rachel Duffy hailing from the picturesque village of Rosemount in the heart of the county.
Jamie Erickson has made a significant contribution for Galway WFC in the WNL this season.