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Food & Drink

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.

Pedal Pushing Monkey

Pedal Pushing Monkey is a new Cocktail Bar and Bistro in the confines of prime Georgian comfort. Unique takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to this place. Eclectic decor, a throwback to old media, with hand painted cups and contraptions behind the bar. The restaurant is close read more…

Back to the Future: Dublin Food Provenance

Food provenance is now very much in vogue with diners the world-over increasingly keen to establish the precise origin of the food they put in their mouths. Such global trends are replicated and reflected in the Dublin food and drink scene with restaurant menus detailing regional origination and aspects such as how the food they serve was reared, caught and prepared.

Film

Cinema Review: Moebius

A quick read of the film’s synopsis and Moebius might sound similar to several other recent releases aimed at an art cinema audience hooked on high-concept sexual violence.

Dublin Savoy

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

The Equalizer

‎2hr 11min‎‎ - Rated 16‎‎ - Action/Adventure/Suspense/Thriller‎‎ - English‎

Times: 14:15‎  ‎17:20‎  ‎20:10‎

A Walk Among the Tombstones

‎1hr 54min‎‎ - Rated 16‎‎ - Suspense/Thriller/Action/Adventure/Drama‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 14:25‎  ‎17:45‎  ‎20:25‎

What We Did on Our Holiday

‎Rated 12A‎‎ - Comedy‎‎ - English‎

Times: 14:00‎  ‎16:15‎  ‎18:25‎  ‎20:45‎

 

 

Music

One Amor Tune: An Interview with Dan Snaith of Caribou

Published

We have two ways of thinking about the sublime. One is the revelation of regularity and harmony underpinning the bizarro phenomena of the world around us, the other is an appreciation of the brute chaos of the universe. With his Caribou project, Dan Snaith somehow captures both.

Arts and Culture

Hallowed Halls and Houses: David Jazay’s Dublin Photography

published

German photographer David Jazay’s collection Dublin Before The Tiger collects, with incredibly beautiful detail, images of Dublin’s inner city from the late 1980s to the early 1990s.

Culture Night Special

published

Culture Night never fails to deliver on a smörgåsbord of exciting once off events, performances, tours and workshops.

Hammer Time: Pallas Studios’ Auction

Since the art cuts attacked, cultural spaces have had to be pretty crafty to keep their doors open. Pallas Projects is amongst the most entrepreneurial, with its annual fundraising party Running in the Hall, but on Thursday 9th October, Pallas will be teaming up Whyte’s Auctioneers to introduce a new kind of event to the Irish art calendar: the benefit auction.

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Book Review: How To Be Both – Ali Smith

Deservedly shortlisted for the Man Booker prize, Ali Smith’s How to Be Both is a novel in two parts, one focusing on Renaissance painter Francesco del Cossa and the other on George, a 16-year old girl mourning the loss of her mother.