Dublin rockers Vulpynes (Maeve and Kaz) Chat to The Arts Show. Where they discuss their new single ‘Silica’ as well as anything else that comes to mind including; foxes, punk, being compared to Jack White and the number 27 bus. They also played…
Theater Director Donal Shiels Talks to the Arts Show about his upcoming production of the new comedy play ‘A Statue for Bill Clinton’ in the O’Reilly Theater.
Theater Director Caitríona McLaughlin chats to The Arts Show about her new production, Roddy Doyle’s ‘Two Pints’
Theater Director Caitríona McLaughlin chats to The Arts Show about her new production, Roddy Doyles ‘Two Pints’ as part of The Abbey’s new season.
Singer, songwriter and pianist Farah Elle talks to The Art Show about her background, collaborations, future projects and upcoming gigs.
Actor and Director Robbie Wash talks to The Arts Show about his career. Discussing his award winning shorts, his feature film debut, his many acting credits and much more.
Acrobat Ronan Brady talks to The Arts Show about stage production Riot The jaw-dropping theatrical winner of Best Production at Dublin Fringe Festival
Natasha Helen Crudden is a punk-poet, author and musician, here she talks to The Arts Show about her influences, poetry collections and her upcoming projects. She also recites some of her work including Ted and Sylvia, The Ballad of Christopher Robin and…
Julia Walsh from The Fingal Film and Arts Festival talks to Maura on The Arts Show. Where she discusses all the events of the weekend including; films, music and workshops.
Fiachna Ó Braonáin from the Hothouse Flowers talks to Maura on The Arts Show about the bands history, influences and future. Including their upcoming gig as part of the Bulmers Leopardstown festival.
JP Dalton the guitarist and songwriter from The Riptide Movement talks to Robbie, Rebecca and Glen about new albums, gigs (including Bulmer’s Leopardstown), and publishing deals amongst other things.