Another Batman film? You must be joking. This reviewer has it on good authority that this is the seventeenth Batman film, including one involving Lego apparently. How far can you stretch the story of an orphaned multi-millionaire who fights crime? Maybe if Bruce Wayne invested his fortune in social programs, this franchise would’ve been done long ago. The trick with The … [Read more...] about Another Batman Film? Yes Please.
Arts & Fashion
L–R: Amelia Baker and James Boylan On the 15 and the 16 of March, third year drama students here in NUI Galway performed what was the last play many of them would partake in until the end of their degree. A funny, emotional and musical powerhouse, Aristophanes’ The Frogs shows the eager potential of NUI Galway’s drama students. L–R: Saorla Fenton and Áine Ní … [Read more...] about Third Year Drama Students Go Out with a Leap with their take on Aristophanes’ classic: The Frogs
If you have watched the hit show New Girl I am sure that you will have noticed the vibrant style choices made by the wardrobe department for its lead character, Jessica Day, played by Zoey Deschanel. However, the wardrobe department did not have their work cut out for them in the creative process. I have a sneaking suspicion that they simply robbed Zoey Deschanel’s … [Read more...] about Styled by New Girl
MC of the STAR Awards Colm O’ Regan A sustainability project based in Athenry has been shortlisted for an AONTAS STAR Award in the ‘Sustainable Development through Education’ Category. The initiative, named A Giant Leap, is run by the Amicitia Social Enterprise in Athenry and they are creating an exhibition on future worlds through the material of plastic. Their … [Read more...] about Galway Sustainability Project has been shortlisted in the AONTAS STAR Awards
Sometimes it feels like the common man doesn’t get a fair crack of the whip. However true that might be these days, it was most definitely the case in the 1960s when Newcastle native Kempton Bunton confessed to stealing Francisco Goya’s Portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. Bunton’s story is one of the underdog variety and is excellently … [Read more...] about The Duke review – I am you, and you are me