The other songs cut straight to the chase of the reality of war. Mrs McGrath and Johnny, I hardly knew you. They give a heartbreaking perspective on the horror and futility of war and although tinged with humour they give a firsthand account of the injuries and lifelong disabilities inflicted.
MacGowan’s anarchic spirit is well served by Julien Temple, who writes and directs, bringing a lifetime of music filmmaking and a keen sense of place and time.
Two new OAM recipients with connection to Tintean
If you enjoy Irish music, you won’t want to miss the musical, Come from Away.
European elections, murder, the courts, two true Dubs
My first ‘dance’, a hop, as it was known then, was at the local ‘Legion of Mary’, organised by a fellow teenager….
The Irish punkers will play headline gigs in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth throughout July.
They are quite simply one of the most promising young bands to come out of Ireland in several decades.