Snippets from Irish newspapers, including death of Brendan Grace, The Open and more
In Holy Cow!, pathos was blended with comedic bombast, prolixity with wordless groans, and irony with genuine feeling. The ending was incredibly moving, reminding us of Joyce the man and the writer.
We think Ulysses is the funniest, the wisest and the most human book,
James Joyce, and Steampunk? Circus? Vaudeville? and the squiffy liffey, and worse?
‘This is an Irish novel that is afraid of nothing, least of all of being thought of as an Irish novel.’
John D. Ruddy, is very good taking a subject that kids find dull and withdrawing them from their devices.
Get a table of friends together and come and see the musical.
Is comedy serious? Mary Kenneally on the risks and adventures of a life in comedy
A Life in Comedy
We are on our way to seek asylum in Egypt