The Covid-19 pandemic has rocked the entertainment industry, causing the cancellation of major events and leaving the future of others in doubt, writes Kate Curry.
Des O'Driscoll rounds up the latest entertainment news.
Des O'Driscoll shares the latest from the entertainment world
Wild Rose looks like being a breakthrough role for Jessie Buckley, and the Kerry actress has a string of other big projects in the pipeline, writes Esther McCarthy.
Derry Girls is back for another lighthearted look at life during the conflict in the North, writes
The artists formerly known as the KLF are back, writes Richard Fitzpatrick. And it’s not to make music.
Des O’Driscoll has you covered on things to do this week.
Ed Power visited the Castletroy set of the new Netflix adaptation of Nightflyers, based on the stories of George RR Martin
Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh is a singer and musician from Corca Dhuibhne in Co Kerry.
What's on this week
From music to film to theatre and art, Marjorie Brennan looks at the heavy hitters of the arts and entertainment world that have attracted huge audiences in Ireland over the past 12 months.
Ronan Jennings selects the video games he’s most looking forward to for the year ahead
Whether you’re couch-bound or want to get out and about, Des O’Driscoll offers some arts and entertainment options over the next few days.
Our regular contributors select their highlights of the year
Some of the movers and shakers of the Cork arts and entertainment scene tell Des O’Driscoll about their highlights of 2018, and what they’re looking forward to over the next 12 months.
lt’s been a huge week for gig announcements as promoters rush to get those tickets on the Christmas present list.
The company is set to "reimagine and extend" some of Dahl's best-known stories including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, The BFG and The Twits.
John C Reilly returns as Ralph in a film that will appeal to adults and children alike, writes
Des O’Driscoll looks ahead to what's going on around the country this week.
Des O’Driscoll offers a round up of what's going on around the country
From redefining pop a decade ago to stealing the spotlight at film festivals this year, Lady Gaga, with her show-stopping role in A Star Is Born, is a force of nature, writes Rachel Syme.
We've selected some highlights for you to look forward to.
Madonna has fought her whole life against society’s bid to define her by gender, sexuality, age, and culture. At age 60 she continues to lay out the parameters of her own existence as Suzanne Harrington describes.
Brad Bird is back with the family of superheroes he first brought to the big screen in 2004, writes Esther McCarthy.
Many on the political left, including the linguist and philosopher Noam Chomsky, view sport as serving the interests of capitalism, in part by entertaining, pacifying and disciplining the working class, writes Jon Dart.
WALKING into the room where the gentlemen of Queer Eye are hanging out is an onslaught. If that doesn’t sound like fun, then let me assure you that it really is, writes Laura Harding.
The model said she is looking forward to getting bigger.
Don’t build a bungalow, renovate an old building instead, is the theme of a new programme on RTE, writes Carol O’Callaghan Don’t build — renovate an old building instead — that’s the theme of a new programme on RTÉ, fronted by Home of the Year’s Hugh Wallace, and pulling in the viewers on Sunday nights.
The prolific US pop star Meghan Trainor had made three albums by 17, and has written for Jennifer Lopez and Fifth Harmony. She has songs for everyone, says Joe Nerssessian.
WHAT started in 2012 as a one-man show for the Bealtaine Festival, celebrating creativity in older people, has since morphed into an international touring show garnering a rave review in the New York Times.
Des O’Driscoll rounds up the best things to do this week
Our favourite Cork hooligans are set to re-offend all over again.
Fittingly, for his new WWI movie, director Saul Dibb referenced such horror films as Alien, writes Esther McCarthy.
She made her name on RuPaul’s Drag Race. Now she’s a judge on TV3’s Ireland’s Got Talent. Esther McCarthy meets Michelle Visage
The Hardy Bucks perform in Cork tonight and are also putting together a new series of their RTÉ show, writes Ellie O’Byrne.
It was ladies’ night on RTÉ’s Dancing With the Stars last night - but it was the boys’ costumes that stole the show.
Something for everyone!
Ah, live TV...
The best tweet of the night was in relation to Rob Heffernan.
Andy Murray will make a decision on his Australian Open prospects at the weekend as he tries to avoid surgery to treat his long-term hip problem.
New darts world champion Rob Cross has said he is on "cloud nine" after his life-changing victory over 16-time winner Phil Taylor in the William Hill World Championship final at Alexandra Palace last night.
RTÉ’s new show takes us into the houses of some well-known people, writes Richard Fitzpatrick
It was a no-brainer for Maia Dunphy to twirl into ‘Dancing With the Stars’, she tells Ciara McDonnell
Charlie Brooker tells Ed Power about the latest series of Black Mirror, which includes a Star Trek parody and an episode directed by Jodie Foster
Some of the movers and shakers of Cork’s arts and entertainment scene tell Des O’Driscoll about their highlights of 2017, and what they are looking forward to for 2018.
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