A poetic meditation on splitting up by The Poet Geoff.
My aim was to write a piece that didn’t lay blame, but rather to highlight the turmoil experienced in the aftermath and to show the vulnerabilities that some of us feel.
The Poet Geoff
Previously: Letter To Leo
The Ann & Barry Generation.
0 to 30 in under six minutes.
Tim Horgan writes:
This is my experience of growing up in Ireland from 1984 to present day….
My Dad’s Blind.
An irreverent play by Anna Sheils-McNamee (top) about her relationship with her visually impaired father (played by Steve Blount) showing at the Abbey Theatre on the Peacock stage on July 30-31.
Producer Donncha O’Dea writes:
My Dad’s Blind was awarded Best Production at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2018 and is now returning to the Abbey Theatre as part of the Young Curators Festival ahead of a nationwide tour.
Based on Anna’s life, with material sourced from her father John , My Dad’s Blind challenges the perceptions of people with disabilities in today’s society.
My Dad’s Blind (Abbey)
Starring Paul Gallen (top) as Ethan Hunt.
A short film created by Donegal-based
Re-Act Productions to promote the HSE’s new Health Passport.
It’s Mission Possible For Paul Gallen in big screen-debut (Donegal Woman)
A Broken Light
Short film about male suicide by Thomas Arkins Walsh.
Starring Adam Kennett as Robbie.
A long-awaited sequel to John Woo’s unhinged 1997 thriller
Face /Off from comedy troupe, The Hand Fitz.
The Hand Fitz
Sexy Men Kissing Their Fingers And Doing A Peace Sign‘
A new comedy short from the nice people at
Derrynane Robot Club.
An Bhfuil Cead Agam Dul Go dtí Na PJ Fitzpatricks‘
A new comedy short from Dublin/Cavan comedy troupe.
Starring Michelle Beamish, Darren O’Loinsigh and Malachy McKeever as the quietly seductive PJ.
Rainy in Glenageary.
An ‘unorthodox true crime documentary’ which explores the unsolved murder of 17-year Raonaid ‘Rainy’ Murray in Glenageary, County Dublin in 1999.
Sean O’Reilly writes:
Please take a moment to consider our unusual Irish documentary which tries to approach the ‘true crime’ genre in a new way. I understand Broadsheet has done some pieces on Raonaid’s murder in the past so sincere thanks for any attention you might draw to this film.
Previously: Lifting A Silence In The Suburbs
An Overlooked Suspect