“High Café is a highly recommended hidden gem for dining out in Galway” The High Café gets the ambience just right with its cosy interior After a difficult time for the hospitality industry and with little space to accommodate outdoor dining, when High Café reopened for indoor diners I was excited to revisit this hidden Galway … [Read more...] about Dine in Galway: High Café, 2 High Street, Galway
The Dig review – it’s better than it sounds, I promise.
By Alice O’Donnell Arts and Entertainment Editor Picture the scene. Me, sitting at the dinner table. A steaming bag of Chinese yumminess in front of me. And the homepage of Netflix on my laptop. I know I can’t be the only one who has this issue. The food’s ready, but there’s nothing lined up to watch. And then you’re faced with the impossible … [Read more...] about The Dig review – it’s better than it sounds, I promise.
Looking back at La La Land
By Nithu Krish This was a film that I really wanted to see ever since I saw the first trailer. The reason being that I was a fan of the actors as well as the director. Damien Chazelle’s previous film Whiplash also dealt with music, but in a different way compared to La La Land. I must admit that I am not a very big fan of musicals, so I was a little apprehensive before … [Read more...] about Looking back at La La Land
End Game documentary review
By Ameya Godse Amidst the multi-million dollar budget movies that recently hit the screens, and the star-studded actors that turned them into global blockbusters, a 40-minute documentary made its silent appearance on Netflix. The documentary was nominated for an Academy Award in the ‘Best Short Documentary Feature’ category. It talks about the most unbiased, unprejudiced and … [Read more...] about End Game documentary review
Moonlight: A review
By Harry King Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, which came out in 2016 and won an Academy Award (just about) for best motion picture, follows a young African American called Chiron on his journey to manhood. This unconventional coming of age tale is told in three segments and is flooded with symbolism, beautiful cinematography and stellar acting performances across the board. It … [Read more...] about Moonlight: A review