Sophie Hunter directs a rarely-seen work by Benjamin Britten that provides a link to major influences on Beckett, writes Padraic KilleenRead article
From teen idols to flops and back again, Ash have always been willing to adapt to the ever-changing music biz, writes Ed PowerRead article
UTV Ireland reporter Sarah O’Connor is from Banteer in north Cork. Her education includes arts, journalism and criminology.Read article
PAUL HOLLYWOOD is stripping off his leathers as he settles down to discuss the forthcoming sixth series of The Great British Bake Off.Read article
After just going through the difficult process herself, Jo Kerrigan traces a book’s journey from pub idea to publication.Read article
Dealing with weight and sexuality were the easy bits. Now Patrick James aims to show he can sustain a career in the music business after his TV talent show success, writes Ed Power.Read article
A revamped church in St Lukes is hosting Cork’s answer to Other Voices. Don O’Mahony spoke to the organisers.
Hard graft and a realistic outlook on the music business have helped keep Kodaline on an upward trajectory, writes Ed PowerRead article
His love of Cork audiences will see comedian Neil Delamere record his upcoming live DVD at the city’s Everyman theatre, writes Richard FitzpatrickRead article
Sharknado actress TARA REID is such great friends with pop duo JEDWARD that the Irish twins have introduced her to their granny.Read article
We welcome her into our homes every weekday afternoon courtesy of RTÉ’s Today show. But what’s Maura Derrane really like? Vickie Maye reports.
It’s ran in the West End, Broadway, and even Korea. As the award-winning Once opens in Dublin, John Meagher takes a look behind the scenes — and chats to Glen Hansard about seeing his real-life relationship on stage.Read article
Inside Out *****
You’re Ugly Too ***
The Legend of Barney Thompson ***