Friday, September 20, 2019

Movie review: Killer clown’s return in IT may make a box office killing

With Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker kicking up one hell of a buzz ahead of its upcoming release, a very different joker has scuttled...

A voice of independence: The uncompromising passion of Amanda Palmer

From years as a statuesque street performer handing flowers to passers by, to marrying famed author Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer’s life has...

Captivating Culture Night to take over late-night Dublin once again

Culture Night returns to Dublin this month when, once again, local venues will open their doors for loads of exciting free late-night...

Inhaler are ready for rock ‘n’ roll to be be big again – interview

“Yeah, we’re looking forward to an incredibly gnarly Monday morning,” says Robert Keating, the bassist of Irish four-piece rock ‘n’ roll band,...

Irish version of hit cartoon Adventure Time to debut next week

The Irish language version of the cult cartoon show Adventure Time will premiere on TG4 next Tuesday. The...

Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer to play HUGE RDS gig next summer

Three of the biggest names in modern rock have announced a massive gig at the RDS next summer. Musical...

Shayne Ward: The post-popstar life suits the former X-Factor winner

Shayne Ward burst onto a very different pop scene in the middle of the last decade. Back when pop...

Movie review: Hobbs & Shaw drives some reliable comedy

A last-minute change of plans saw me and a friend park our bums on seats earlier this week for Hobbs & Shaw...

Electric Picnic: The top pick(nic) of the festival season

After a late arrival and horrifically awful experience of attempting to erect a tent, Dublin Gazette finally got into the festival mood...

Dublin Fringe Festival: The brightest and boldest talent Ireland has to offer

Dublin Fringe Festival, which kicks off this Saturday celebrates its 25th birthday with shows in more than 30 city locations over the...