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Food & Drink

ely Wine Bar

Since 1999, the iconic ely wine bar has paved the way for engaging, rewarding and fantastic value wines in Dublin. Not only characterised by its extensive list of 100 wines by the glass, 400 by the bottle, it’s also loved for its melt-in-the-mouth organic beef, organic pork and “Craggy Island” read more…

Dining Guide: Peperina

A unique casual dining experience in Ranelagh. A Café Bistro with a fresh approach and contemporary menu, Peperina serves Breakfast, Lunch and a popular Weekend Brunch as well as Evening Menu Thursday to Saturday.

Barfly: Abbey Hour – The Jolly Monk

‘It’s weird how monks are allowed to drink, isn’t it?’ I ask Anton as we approach The Jolly Monk, the newly renovated bar of the Abbey Hotel. ‘I mean, as in you would think drinking would be prohibited or something.’


Cinema Review: Sicario

Unfortunately for Villeneuve, Sicario is just as dumb as its ‘big dumb’ contemporaries and all the pregnant pauses and sombre shootouts don’t convince otherwise.

Dublin Savoy

17 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin - (0818) 776 776

The Martian

‎2hr 21min‎‎ - Rated 12A‎‎ - Action/Adventure/Scifi/Fantasy‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 14:00‎  ‎17:00‎  ‎20:00‎


‎2hr 0min‎‎ - Rated 15A‎‎ - Drama/Action/Adventure‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 14:30‎  ‎17:30‎  ‎20:20‎

The Walk

‎2hr 3min‎‎ - Rated PG‎‎ - Drama‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 14:30‎  ‎17:30‎  ‎20:20‎



STRUT at the Peacock: The Necks

Australian trio The Necks are, quite simply, unique. Their oeuvre consists of the fragments and momentary glimpses heard in other music that you wish would last a little longer.

Arts and Culture

Sound situation: Sven Anderson – Continuous Drift

In spite of its accessibility – it only requires you having an internet ready mobile device to access the installation’s control panel at www.continuousdrift.com – it has remained a bit of a secret, a slow-burning discovery for those beyond Dublin’s art-crowd.

Artsdesk: Forest Foragings – Gary Coyle and David Godbold

We review Gary Coyle’s latest exhibition Into The Woods, at Ashford Gallery, RHA and David Godbold’s More Like Living Than Life Itself at the Kerlin Gallery

Arts Desk: El Lissitzky: The Artist and the State

Currently installed at the Garden Galleries in IMMA, El Lissitzky: The Artist and the State, is an exhibition curated by Annie Fletcher and Sarah Glennie. Although the show predominantly features the work of Russian constructivist artist and architect El Lissitzky, it functions more as an allegory to the work of Irish Revivalist poet, playwright, and author Alice Milligan.



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Hats off! Laura Kinsella Interview

‘With clothes you make it and send it into the shop and you kind of give it over at that point, whereas with what I do from start to finish it’s mine’. We talk millinery with Laura Kinsella.