VIDEO: Shout London festival makes successful return

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By David Hennessy Shout London, the annual mental health film and arts festival, returned to The Kiln Theatre in Kilburn and The Crown Hotel...

The bad old days

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Luke Hanlon told David Hennessy about his new film The Troubles: A Dublin Story which shows the true- and ugly- face of the IRA...

Overnight success in ten years

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Donegal two piece Without Willow told David Hennessy about their debut album, Moya Brennan putting them together, playing with big names like Mick Flannery...

Jumping into Cold water

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Oisín Leech, well known from The Lost Brothers, told David Hennessy about his new album, upcoming UK dates that include opening for Gaz Coombes...

Lovers in the air

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The team behind a new production of the Brian Friel classic Lovers: Winners at the Irish Cultural Centre spoke to David Hennessy about the...

Rebuilding it  

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Ronan MacManus and Andy Nolan of The Biblecode Sundays told David Hennessy about what could be the biggest headline show they’ve ever played, paying...

Irish Embassy celebrates inspiring women

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By David Hennessy Limerick- Zambian rapper and singer Denise Chaila was at the Irish Embassy in London last week to launch the embassy’s St Brigid’s...

New direction

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Bodhrán player Gino Lupari told David Hennessy about his debut solo album No Turning Back, 34 years with Four Men and a Dog and...

Heiress to revolutionary

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Joe Lawlor, one half of the writing/ directing partnership called Desperate Optimists with his wife Christine Lawlor, told David Hennessy about the new film...

Bringing The Yellow Wallpaper to life 130+ years on

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Sue Rynhart told David Hennessy about You, Me or the Wallpaper, her musical interpretation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s 19th century feminist short story, The...