Alice Farrell says Christmas came early at the Lúnasa concert with Karan Casey!
Archives for 2015
Gwen Orel talks to Belinda McKeon about the short story collection “A Kind of Compass,” featuring stories from 17 different writers; Alice Farrell talks to Rónán Ó’Snodaigh about his work with Kila. Featured tune from Glen Hansard, from his new CD “Didn’t He Ramble.”
A rave from Alice Farrell about Declan O’Rourke’s “From Neuve Chappelle to New York” World War I show at Irish Arts Center.
Alice Farrell saw Paul Brady at City Winery: “Closing in on 70 years old, he hasn’t lost any of the vigor and energy”
Philomena Connors saw Colm Toíbín’s, “Brooklyn”, at the New York Film Festival and enjoyed the subtly powerful story, beautiful costumes and stunning scenes from 1950’s Brooklyn and Enniscorthy.
Erin Roll takes us through some of the Celtic traditions of Halloween! Punky Night?
Erin Roll finds Anne Enright’s “The Green Road” powerful, almost Tolstoy-esque.
Gwen Orel talks to Conor Lovett about Gare St. Lazare’s “Waiting for Godot,” and Alice Farrell talks to Mike Farragher about “A Devilish Pint.” Tune from Iona Scottish Session.
Philomena Connors reviews The Gloaming’s album in anticipation of hearing them live at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival this upcoming weekend.
Ray Foley finds Michael Fassbender in “Steve Jobs” to “completely inhabit the role.”
Philomena Connors enjoyed being transported to Ireland for a night of craic via Pat Shortt’s production, “Selfie” at the Irish Arts Center.
Gwen Orel talks to Newry actor Ciaran Byrne talks about becoming an actor, and about the new TNT drama “Public Morals.”
Savage F*cks of Dublintown – Kevin Holohan, Honor Molloy, Maeve Price and Michelle Woods read Joyce, Brennan, McCabe and more*
Three contributors to New York Irish Arts read from their work and from the work of famous writers!
How it’s New York: Event organized by the Municipal Arts Society of New York How it’s Irish: Famous Irish writer, Oscar Wilde, and his visits to New York in 1882 Did you know that long before his dramatic life in London and Paris, Oscar Wilde, the Irish poet, dramatist and wit, spent an entire year […]