Eric Lalor has written a new show. He’s bringing Here! No Evil. to The Sugar Club, Dublin on 28 October. He called over to my house and he told me more about it.
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Des Bishop has a new book out. My Dad was nearly James Bond is “a son’s funny, frank and moving story of the lessons his father taught him”. It’s also very honest, tender and interesting. I met with Des and … Continue reading
John Barrowman is a man who does everything. He sings, he dances on ice, he acts, he presents and judges shows. He is also filled with charm and fantastically funny.
BE THERE! The Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange project sees Ireland swap nights with Thailand this November and you can join stars like The Potbelleez on the big night by winning a pair of tickets here. I sat down with them for … Continue reading
I met comedian and all round nice guy Fred Cooke earlier today to talk about the COMEDY CENTRAL KILLARNEY festival at the INEC. A new comedy weekend to hit the south west, it has top Irish comedians on Friday 16 … Continue reading
Welcome to Fright Night… for real! Christopher Mintze-Plasse shot to fame with his inspired turn as uber-geek Fogel in Superbad, but the path to fame has been a lot slower for Anton Yelchin; he has been acting since he was … Continue reading
Do You Read Me? is probably one of the more controversial shows at this year’s ABSOLUT Fringe. Shaun Dunne and Talking Shop Ensemble bring a piece on the decline of the Catholic Church, on the rise of psychic mediums and … Continue reading
There’s no masturbation on stage. There’s only a man’s story, his life and his poetry, his discoveries about himself, his country and what it means to be him. It’s not about being gay, straight, young, old, tolerant or intolerant. It’s … Continue reading
I have watched that video many times and I still don’t know how Shane Gillen did that trick. There’s no editing, no trickery on my part. That’s how it was shot. To find out more about Shane and his magic … Continue reading