Posts Tagged ‘Orla O’Sullivan’

Orla O'Sullivan reports on Taoiseach Enda Kenny's comments about St. Patrick's Day controversy, at Irish Arts Center's Book Day in March.

"Happy Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Up the Republic! Buy the book!" Peter Quinn's "Dry Bones" launch party at the residence

Orla O'Sullivan finds "Made in Belfast" an enjoyable portrayal of friendship.

"The Hardy Bucks Movie" includes jokes about defecation and fellatio by a baboon. Orla O'Sullivan walked out.

Orla O'Sullivan reviews "Run & Jump," a film about the return home of a stroke victim, which recently played at the Irish Film New York Festival. Starring...

Orla O'Sullivan finds that "The Boat Factory," about the men who built boats in Belfast, evokes a way of life with poetry and humour. The play runs at 59E59...

Orla O'Sullivan reviews the film "Choosing Signs" and finds it, while a little implausible, sweet and funny.

Downtown Millburn, post-Sandy. Dark. How It’s New York: This is about Hurricane Sandy, which hit us here big time on October 29. The world was...

How It’s New York:  Screened at NYU’s Cantor Film Center, Jumpmade its U.S. debut as part of a four-day festival of Irish features, Irish Film New...

How It’s New York: The Craic Festival was conceived by local Terence Mulligan, and brings Irish film to a NY audience. You can read an interview I did with...

How it’s New York: The play from New York’s Alloy Theater Company is running at Theater 511, on W. 54thSt. in Manhattan. How it’s Irish: Patrick...

Simon Callow (@Stephanie Berger) How It’s New York: Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) briefly hosts Simon Callow’s one-man hit...

How It’s New York: Part of the 14th annual Craicfest, a New York festival of Irish movies and music, this segment featured some award-winning shorts (Sundance...

How It’s New York: The party to mark St. Patrick’s Day was held on Park Ave., with the Irish Consul hosting the Irish Business Organization. How It’s...