Moore Lane just off Moore Street, Dublin this afternoon.
Thanks Leon Giblin
Robin Oree writes:
“‘Meat’ is set in an upmarket brothel run by Demo, a gifted hawker and collector of beauty. The exquisite specimens in his menagerie are Anezka, glamorous courtesan with a flair for the esoteric, Shóna, hard-bitten veteran of the street trade, and Miriam, whose speciality is everything. Enter Free, a young mother desperate to make money for the sake of her son and a radical new element in Demo’s masterfully composed concoction.”
“Meat” opens TONIGHT and runs until Saturday, July 20th, in the new Cube Theatre, as part of the Galway Fringe Festival. Tickets can be bought at the door.
A Dublin 15 resident has made a complaint to the HSE after she saw a washing line filled with unusual meats in her neighbour’s back garden.
The Clonsilla resident, who has been living in the area for the past 12 years, said there were about eight meats hanging from a washing line, beside another line that was filled with clothes.
The resident is now looking for help from the HSE to stop this from happening again.“.
Via Gazette Group
Thanks Paul Hosford and Lynda Kealy
Diets laden with pies, sausages, and ready meals can lead to an early death, a major study has shown.
Research involving half a million people highlights links between processed meat and heart disease and cancer. It also shows that people who eat a lot of the meat products have a significantly greater chance of dying prematurely than those consuming low amounts.
High processed meat consumption led to a 72 per cent increased risk of dying from heart disease, and an 11 per cent increased risk of dying from cancer.