Liam Neeson’s Non-Stop: Bigger Than Jesus
Liam Neeson doesn’t have God as his copilot in Non-Stop. In fact, the copilot in the new aviation disaster movie thinks the air marshal played by Neeson is either a psycho or a cagey terrorist. But the 61-year-old Irish star doesn’t need divine intervention to attract paying customers to his action movies. Just now he’s the unrivaled deity, the one true god, of the B-movie thriller. Non-Stop led ...
The Scene talks to Claude VonStroke
Dirtybird boss Barclay Crenshaw, aka Claude VonStroke, returned to Dublin at the weekend to play The Button Factory — the fourth time he has sold out the Temple Bar venue. The San Francisco resident is best known for tracks such as Who’s Afraid Of Detroit, Deep Throat, The Whistler and Vocal Chords. Fresh off a ... The post The Scene talks to Claude VonStroke appeared first on Irish Daily Star .
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Bank customers may be subject to another increase in fees as Ulster Bank has declared that service charges in Ireland are too low.
A town of many faces: Carrick through a camera
a single harsh light delineates the sitters’ faces. Into the space step the retired schoolteacher, the young mother, the salmon fisherman, the poet, the carpenter, the boatman, the entrepreneur, the musician. The simple studio was in Brewery Lane Theatre.
Winds of change in Irish rugby on and off the pitch
On that score he can have little complaints and some new faces are beginning to emerge from the shadows to add serious competition within the squad. Over in Montrose, the RTE studio too has undergone some freshening up. Yesterday, as so often he has in his ...
Meet the Irish folk who refuse to give up work at 65
Having moved from Montrose to Marconi House, Pat Kenny is sure to be settling in nicely to his new studio at Newstalk ... Here, some of Ireland’s famous faces reveal how they’re still busy after all these years. “Being a bad loser is what has ...