Entertainment

Normal People: Thrusting a mirror at Irish society

Since the publication of her first novel, Conversations With Friends, in 2017, Sally Rooney has gradually become a name muttered by people of all ages across the globe. Last summer, it was announced that her s...

What the world needs now are musical episodes

What do you do when your television series has been picked up by a network for multiple seasons and you’ve cultivated a loyal fanbase, but you want to explore other genres? You could start from scratch and pit...

A hero’s journey into role-playing games

Congratulations on making the important decision to embark upon a journey of epic proportions - collective storytelling. This is a quest which may test your bravery, strength of mind, and ability to remember i...

RuPaul’s Drag Race is running on references

The cult reality show has gained mainstream popularity and a larger production budget over its run, but with each passing season, frustrated viewers are seeing more of the same. Now past the halfway point t...

Up & Coming: An interview with N I T E F I S H

N I T E F I S H is an audio-visual punk project that’s making electronic punk songs from glitched out projections and mangled sounds. I make a lot of music from things that I see around me, everything from vaca...

The Dublin Comics Art Festival

Elida Maiques is a comic book creator in Dublin, who along with eight other comic book artists, is a member of a collective called Stray Lines. Along with producing periodical issues, anthologies, and their own...

Review: Uncut Gems

In this calm period between exam seasons, sometimes we all just need a booster hit of crippling stress to get us by. In this regard, I can’t recommend the Safdie Brothers’ latest film Uncut Gems enough! Curren...