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Daon Broni tells us about his new role in Holy Sh!t

Holy Sh!t opened in The Kiln theatre last week. Formerly known as the Tricycle, it reopened after two years.  Holy Sh!t...

Artist Stuart Semple takes on the world’s greediest paint manufacturers with ‘PALETTE’

Anyone that is an artist grows weary at the escalating cost of art materials. Some manufacturers allegedly can charge upwards of £100...

Eastern Star – Review

Guy Slater’s Eastern Star tells the story of the relationship of a human rights...

London Theatre dedicates play about freedom of expression in Myanmar to the two imprisoned...

Tara Theatre in London has dedicated a three-week run of Eastern Star, a play about freedom of expression in Myanmar to the two...

The Cosmic Shambles Network launch new Science Blog platform

The aim of the blogs is to provide a platform for must-read content from some of the world’s leading science writers.

British actor Michael Palin and author Anne Applebaum to headline Dublin Festival of...

Monty Python star Michael Palin and Pulitzer-prize winner Anne Applebaum to be headline speakers at Dublin Festival of History which takes place 24th September to 7th October .

David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny is back in the West End at Harold Pinter Theatre

Every Friday, Ben (Tom Cawte), an eleven-year-old boy, is dumped at his granny’s house by his parents (played by...

Cosmic Shambles Network announce August to October 2018 programme

The Cosmic Shambles Network to present a three months bonanza of digital and live events that are both inspirational and entertaining for anyone of a curious mind.

Actress Linzi Hateley debut performance as Mrs Johnstone in Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers announces its 2018 Autumn tour, opening on Tuesday 4 September at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley. This iconic 'international...
Neil Jordan directing Michael Collins (1996) Image Credit: Neil Jordan.

Oscar-winning writer and director Neil Jordan donates archive to National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland has announced receipt of the archive of award-winning Irish screenwriter, director and producer, Neil Jordan.

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