If you've ever watched the Graham Norton show on BBC One, you’ve already seen some Willy Rizzo furniture. That decked steel and red lacquered metamorphic occasional table, with a divot for champagne and Rococo falls of fruit hovering before his guests, is a signature piece of Rizzo.
Mon, 04 Nov, 2019
Scintillating, thrilling and full of potential - Ciara Mageean has moved considerably closer to Sonia O’Sullivan’s long-standing Irish women’s mile record by carving three-and-a-half seconds off her lifetime best in Monaco, in a race where the vintage world record was smashed by Sifan Hassan.
Sat, 13 Jul, 2019
The score is 1-1, there are literally seconds until the final whistle and you win a corner. What do you do? Obviously put everyone in that box and swing it in and pray for the best. Well that’s what you do if you are anyone but us. We simply play it short. And that few seconds summarises perfectly what it’s been like to watch Chelsea this season.
Mon, 29 Apr, 2019
You might say that Naples is a city of three volcanoes. Vesuvius looms behind the city and the bay, Campi Flegrei is the super volcano nine miles wide that lurks beneath - and then there is the football club, writes
Tue, 11 Dec, 2018
Balmy temperatures, no rain to spoil the party and a minister bearing a gift of a million euro - the omens were good at the opening night of WexfordFestival. Families out for an evening stroll mingled with opera-goers in posh frocks and tux at the hurdy-gurdies on the waterfront and local troubadours on guitar and keyboards warmed up the crowd before the opening fireworks lit up the clear skies.
Tue, 23 Oct, 2018
I asked my Posh Cousin is it normal for a Blackrock snob to allow a gang of Norries into his home. She said not really unless you are interviewing for a cleaner.
Fri, 28 Sep, 2018