John Barker shakes his head at the rapidly declining quality of fan favourite Skins.
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John Barker looks at the lives of TV’s most dysfunctional family as they crash into RTÉ.
Editor in Chief Daniel Lynch ponders the broad category of ‘classic’ literature, and questions who decides what that is and why.
Features Editor Margaret Perry attempts to review a performance of three of Samuel Beckett’s most famous short plays amidst a vague feeling that reviewing Beckett misses the point of his theatre entirely.
John Barker – Now that title grabbed your attention. I’m sorry to disappoint but I won’t be talking about what it is you might expect. I refer rather to a time, many moons ago, when entertainment did not mean watching 105 minutes of Justin Bieber in 3D, rather it meant productively watching plastic stars and clouds rotate on a mobile: pure quality.
Jennie Brosnan invites readers to discover Spain’s most prominent modern Author, Carlos Ruiz Zafón.
The first question I asked myself as I sat down on my lonesome to watch Disney’s Gnomeo and Juliet was just how did the writers behind this movie decide to use gnomes to reinvent Shakespeare’s original?
Tracy Nyhan is desperate for more of the inhabitants of Wisteria Lane.
In light of the release of the third instalment of the horrendous Big Mama’s House series, Thomas Crowley gives us seven decent cross-dressing films to choose from instead.