Steve Bennett needs your help! Irish stand-up comedian, poet, songsmith, and endearingly terrible sketch artist requests the assistance of those of you who understand the pain, dread and self-loathing that comes hand in hand with a hangover!
University College Dublin students have been told that as of September 2013, UCD will begin to gradually phase out their passing by compensation system.
As we are all aware the apocalypse arrived a few short days ago. Despite the apocalypse being highly debated by some naysayers (scientists, for example), I took the only rational steps in the last few days to prepare myself.
What do you call a baby Duke…? A Dukling! It’s the news we’ve been waiting for; the scandal of the week; the talk of town; and OMG! I’m totes magotes excited!! Like, I haven’t been this excited since I met McFly and that was like, proper excited!! Kate Middleton and Prince William are having a baby!!
Alright? Our Balcony TV review today comes from Brighton. Gregory Alan Iskakov performed his song ‘Suitcase full of Sparks’ on the balcony, which was broadcast on 13th November.
Once upon a time, The X Factor would hit our screens on a Saturday night. Then the Cowell machine decided to drag it out. Now us folks endure two nights of slow-motion shots, posing, Peter Dickson’s voice and crying. So much crying.
Cormac McCarthy’s typically bleak and challenging novels pose a unique test to any director in today’s department, primarily for their tightly restraint and oppressively dark atmospheres. The Coen brothers certainly deserved every bit of praise and award for their 2007 masterpiece No Country for Old Men; a harrowing, cold and brutal cat-and-mouse thriller about a man on the run from a sadistic hit-man in pursuit of a suitcase full of money.
Today we’re in Johannesburg for our Balcony TV review. Flint, meet Spark perform their song Big Black Bear. Flint, meet Spark are a South African duo who play catchy melodies accompanied by great lyrics. Flint, meet Spark are Adelle and Joshua; they have been recording their demo this month and are getting good feedback from their fans.
Recently a video has dominated YouTube. “Gangnam Style” by Psy, a k-pop artist has amassed over 187 million views, and this continues to grow steadily, with no signs of slowing! Of course, this means one thing, and one thing only, lots of parodies. Here’s my pick of the bunch! If you haven’t seen Gangnam Style, scroll to the bottom of the article.
Whatever reaction or view of criticism aimed towards The Reynolds Number must remember that their performance had only been practiced once the night before, with single “Sleep Child Sleep”. With this piece of information, the audience can truly understand not only the enthusiasm the band have for new material, but the sheer confidence of entrusting a song that’s less than a week old to not only entice fans but promote the bands ethos to the masses.
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