Interview with the Wicked Cast

We sat down with Amy Ross who plays Elphaba and Helen Woolf who plays Glinda in Wicked, now running at Bord Gais Energy Theatre until 1 September. EXTRA matinees have been added due to phenomenal demand.

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Limerick-born, London-based trio @whenyoungband share their top track for summer on #WonderlandMagazine. Catch them live at @WorkmansDublin on Friday 2 November and @mydolans Limerick on Saturday 3 November. Tickets: https://t.co/9fzr4dkp6t https://t.co/Bkap8IKwZW

.@TheGrahamBonnet returns to @LimelightNI 2 on FRI 17 AUG w/ local Belfast metallers @Conjuring_Fate #Tickets here: Get #Tickets here: https://t.co/RjzjeLeHKL
'Meanwhile, Back In The Garage' has been getting rave reviews. Listen to 'Sea of Trees': https://t.co/InSL2JLy1W

WHY? (@whywithaqmark) celebrate 10 Year Alopecia Anniversary with special guests Serengeti at the @ButtonFactoryv on 17 September. Tickets are on sale now! https://t.co/JOArTGbPNv

Sons of Apollo

Super group Sons of Apollo play The Limelight Belfast on 3 July and Tivoli Theatre on 4 July.

Review: Wicked

We went along to see Wicked, now running at Bord Gais Energy Theatre until 1 September.

Review

Private Peaceful – Gaiety Theatre

Private Peaceful runs at Gaiety Theatre from 29 May to 2 June. Check out shots below taken at National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History at Collins Barracks.

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First Barbarians Women’s Squad contains 1,019 Caps

The Barbarians will deploy a side packed with international experience for their first-ever women’s fixture. A 23-strong squad with 1,019 international caps has been named by Head Coach Giselle Mather ahead of the match against Munster at Thomond Park on November 10 (4.45pm). Admission to the Barbarians v Tonga match (7.30pm) also includes admission to the women’s match.

New Music: Naaz

Check out the Dutch singer / producer challenging who gets to do what with her own brand of quirk-pop.

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