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A role to play: Detachment in "Calvary" (2014)

People join monastic orders for many reasons, but in art a major reason appears to be the desire for solitude. In “Calvary,” writer-director John Michael McDonagh picks the Catholic priesthood as a staging ground for a kind of passion play in miniature–the examination of one man, Father James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson), as he treads the strange, solitary boards of priesthood. 1,151 more words

Review: Dylan Moran

My pal Rebecca and I went to see Dylan Moran. But why just have a nice night out when you can write about it?

Dylan Moran: Off The Hook

Georgia Can't Shut Up

Rewind #24: Shaun of the Dead (2004)

Ever since the release of the first entry of the Cornetto Trilogy back in 2004, Simon Pegg has become a Hollywood superstar of sorts, ranging from similarly small British fare like Burke and Hare and Hector and the Pursuit of Happiness to blockbusters Star Trek and soon Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. 335 more words

Film And Television

COMEDY REVIEW: Off The Hook

Dylan Moran’s latest stand-up show, Off the Hook came to Adelaide on 14th and 15th July. This is his first tour in four years; one of his longest breaks. 456 more words

Review

Roadtrip for Dylan!!!!!

There is something magical about roadtrips, the open road, the long hours… the music (or lack thereof). Lets be honest the real magic is when the feeling in your ass disappears… abra-ka-dabra. 638 more words

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A quiet night in with Moran

Words: Dave Mann

Photographs: Mia van der Merwe

I just sat through a Dylan Moran show slightly tipsy and red faced. In my defence, I didn’t plan this terrible cliché. 355 more words

Dave Mann

A quiet night in with Moran

Words: Dave Mann
Photograph: Mia van der Merwe
DYLANMORAN.COM

I just sat through a Dylan Moran show slightly tipsy and red faced. In my defence, I didn’t plan this terrible cliché. 293 more words

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