Cinematic Cravings

Are you a big film fan, love food but can't cook to save your life? Or perhaps you are just lacking motivation in the kitchen lately? One of the best ways to get in the mood for cooking, get over your fear and learn a few things is to watch cookery programmes and YouTube recipe videos. … Continue reading Cinematic Cravings

Arthouse Autum

Published on These may not be popcorn movies, but if you want to see the best of the Irish and foreign cinema’s latest offerings, these are the places where you’ll want to go. So get in your car, get your film buffs friends together, and enjoy these film festivals in Ireland ... Clones Film … Continue reading Arthouse Autum

Scintillating September

Published on After a summer full of outdoor concerts, plays and festivals, we retreat indoors for even more culture. Artsy types and little culture vultures are going to have a busy September, with three major cultural festivals kicking off this month: Dublin Fringe (September 5 - 20) Culture Night 2014 (September 19) The Dublin … Continue reading Scintillating September

Eat, Make, Watch, Love

Published on The evenings are getting shorter and darker, and we’re pining for something new and exciting to welcome this alluring autumn vibe. In the spirit of the great voyage of discovery that was Eat, Pray, Love, we go looking for inspiration in ethnic restaurants, exotic cookery lessons and foreign films. The full Swedish breakfast … Continue reading Eat, Make, Watch, Love

Film Al Fresco

Published on: “Summertime, and the living is easy…” You don’t need us to point out that we’ve stumbled onto an unexpected early summer heatwave. There’s lots going on in the sunshine up and down the country, but nothing says summer quite like an open-air cinema screening. I’ve picked a few worth checking out. * Bringing … Continue reading Film Al Fresco