Two contemporary fictions reviewed, one about the ever popular Bram Stoker, and the other about the challenges facing millennials.
If you ever wondered why Anne Enright was chosen as first Laureate for Irish Fiction, this book will explain.
Jaki McCarrick talks about the writing, at ‘white heat’, of her play, ‘Belfast Girls’.
Porridge, RTE, the Travellers …
When angry local men turned up with brickbats at an Irish concert.
The play powerfully captures in battle and at home the courage of Australian men and women.
at the end of the day you WILL feel inspired to explore this wonderful book further… that’s a promise!
Book a table! BYO Drinks and nibbles. Doors open 3pm. Show starts 4pm.
a phenomenal one man tour de force
Book Review by James McCaughey Colm Toibin House of Names, Picador. May 2017 RRP: $29.99 h/b 261 pp ISBN: 978 1760 551421 The ancient Greeks have left us a legacy of myths. Some of them are still current – the stories of Oedipus or Antigone, for instance. Others, though less known, the story of Pygmalion say, have …