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BIGGEST Wedding Etiquette Pet Peeve?

Recently, I had an online discussion with a great group of people regarding Wedding Etiquette Pet Peeves. While the discussion was a little heated here and there, overall, it was a great opportunity to air out some frustrations, recount personal experiences, and consider cultural differences around etiquette (some of these faux pas are completely unacceptable in certain areas, while other areas would never consider them to be an issue). 569 more words


Author: The JT LeRoy Story - Film Review

Author: The JT LeRoy Story – Film Review by Fran Winston

Directed by: Jeff Feuerzeig

Starring: JT LeRoy in all his forms

Showing in the IFI from July 29th… 506 more words


Pleats Please

Pleat deatailing in fabric and garments is my all time favourite. I’m the kind of girl that would prefer texture and embellishments in my clothing, rather than pattern. 274 more words


Tiger Dublin Fringe - Top 5 Recommendations

Tiger Dublin Fringe10-25 September 2016 – Preview by Frank L.

The Tiger Dublin Fringe returns on 10th September for fifteen days and nights of promoting “the radicals and experimentalists, artists whose projects just don’t fit in the box, the crafters, the grafters, the misfits and the clarion voices thrive at the Dublin Tiger Fringe.” So Kris Nelson, the Festival Director, and Ruth McGowan Programme Manager, are challenging into which category, if any, the multiplicity of shows on offer may possibly belong. 623 more words


Waiting For Godot - Druid Lane Theatre - Review

Waiting For Godot – Druid Lane Theatre – Review

This is possibly Beckett’s best known and loved work. The tale of two down and outs, Vladimir and Estragon waiting for the mysterious figure Godot was written by Beckett in 1949 and first performed on 5 January 1953 in the Théâtre de Babylone, Paris. 462 more words


Jason Bourne - Film Review

Jason Bourne – Film Review by David Turpin

Directed by Paul Greengrass

Starring Matt Damon, Alicia Vikander, Tommy Lee Jones, Julia Stiles

Leading man Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass reunite for a third time on this fourth instalment in the successful “Bourne Saga” – the fifth if one counts Tony Gilroy’s 2012 spin-off The Bourne Legacy.   569 more words


Dublin Theatre Festival 2016 - Preview

Dublin Theatre Festival – 18 days and nights of exceptional theatre – 29th September to 16th October 2016

The day has finally arrived! We get to wade through a variety of new productions and work out what is a ‘must see’ and what is only a ‘want to see’. 651 more words