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Glória Choir performs at St. Patrick’s Cathedral’s Christmas concert

Glória Choir performs at St. Patrick’s Cathedral’s Christmas concert

Glória is Dublin’s Lesbian and Gay Choir and was formed through an ad placed in Gay Community News, looking for people to form a choir.…

Xmas itinerary: What’s happening around you this Christmas?

Xmas itinerary: What’s happening around you this Christmas?

You can expect to see the usual favourites like the Victorian carnival, the artisan food and craft market, Santa’s grotto and an entertainment stage. …

Battle of the reality stars as Clarkson, Boyle and Lewis release Christmas albums

Battle of the reality stars as Clarkson, Boyle and Lewis release Christmas albums

Susan Boyle’s Home for Christmas is her fifth studio album in four years; and, as another achievement, she will be the first British artist ever to have a posthumous duet…

A change of tune for Eminem as star apologises to mom in latest album

A change of tune for Eminem as star apologises to mom in latest album

The Marshall Mathers LP2 is not only as a cunningly, crafted sequel to the first MMLP but introduces an interesting combination of new stories.…

The ever-evolving Katy Perry

The ever-evolving Katy Perry

Judging from her first single off the album, an empowerment anthem, “Roar”, we are well aware that Perry is “already shaking off the dust” and ready to let rip.…

Fergie’s book more of a tell-tale than a tell-all

Fergie’s book more of a tell-tale than a tell-all

Chapter after chapter, Sir Alex tells us about how someone stood in his way and how ultimately the fiery Scotsman brushed them aside.…

One Direction on the road to maturity

One Direction on the road to maturity

Given the lads’ increasing role in the writing process, the band contributed lyrics to 12 of the 14 songs, perhaps the rock band vibe will be an even greater theme…

Dublin Burlesque Festival seduces the city

Dublin Burlesque Festival seduces the city

The festival’s organisers describe the festival as combining “the art of theatre, fashion, dance, music, photography, music and circus into a magical and colourful weekend”.…

Mingle me senseless on Camden Street

Mingle me senseless on Camden Street

The Ferocious Mingle Marcade has moved it's location to 60 Camden street, much to the delight of its owners…

Judi Dench plays a real Irish mammy in ‘Philomena’

Judi Dench plays a real Irish mammy in ‘Philomena’

Darragh Mowlds gives Stephen Frears' heart-breaking, yet whimsical 'Philomena' 5 out of 5.…

Ron Howard’s Rush is a griping account of the 1976 F1 season

Ron Howard’s Rush is a griping account of the 1976 F1 season

Aidan Dundass gives Ron Howard's Rush four out of five…

Ice Age 4, Bruno Mars and a teeny tiny book for your stocking

Ice Age 4, Bruno Mars and a teeny tiny book for your stocking

Aimee McCarthy takes a look at the latest releases to hit the shops, with an exciting new DVD, uplifting music and a book for the tots. Ice Age 4: Continental…

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