Janet Moran’s performance exuded the confidence of a woman secure in her bodily attractiveness and willing to surrender to her drives, while David Pearse’s Bloom was steady, sane, thoughtful, loveable,
John Clarke had an extraordinary knowledge of and enthusiasm about his Irish family tree.
Is comedy serious? Mary Kenneally on the risks and adventures of a life in comedy
Events at the Celtic Club for February and March
A Life in Comedy
A Film Review by Frances Devlin-Glass Sing Street, Screenplay Written and Directed by John Carney (2016), an independent film. This film is pure wish-fulfilment fantasy: a cheesy romance/comedy with a bit of grit in the backstories, but best of all a teen film which celebrates music and the communities it forms. Moreover, it has a …
There was no silver in Brendan O’Carroll’s childhood spoon
Intensive course on James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
After 44 years in showbiz, Brendan Grace still knows how to send them home smiling.’
He is wickedly witty.