Dublin’s city centre has found itself inundated with the oddest of entrepreneurial ventures over the past few months. Apparently, Dubliners just can’t get enough craft beer, poké, expensive coffee and €3 doughnuts that are packed with enough sugar to induce Type 2 diabetes. However, while these have quickly flooded our shelves and (somehow) emptied our
On the 29th November 2001, Ireland lost one of its most eclectic and talented troubadours. Singer-songwriter Mic Christopher – aged just thirty two – died tragically after an accidental fall on steps in the Netherlands, the same night he opened for his musical heroes, The Waterboys. Now sixteen years later, Mic is remembered through the
Figures from the Irish Film Board have shown that the number of female producers involved in Irish filmmaking peaked in 2016, with 50 percent of film producing roles in 2016 undertaken by women. This was a twenty percentage point swing from the previous year which saw just 30 percent of women involved in these production
With the Academy Awards just around the corner, Clodagh Moriarty takes a look at the contenders for the best-animated feature film.
In the wake of a politically charged SAG awards and Meryl Streep’s Trumbashing speech at the Golden Globes, Cormac Murphy awaits more of the same self-adulating politics at the Oscars.
Apollo Entertainment is a recent start-up entertainment company based in Dublin, which can attribute its name and brand to such shows as ‘Wake to Wake’ on Setanta Sports, and its follow-up TV series ‘Off the DOC’. We caught up with CEO/Producer Jonny MacCann. MacCann (23) began by explaining why he decided to set up the company. “I