Each week, we bring you our top tips on what to read, watch, see and do in Dublin, Belfast and beyond! This week, we’ve been:
- ‘When Women Won’, Anna Rodgers’ excellent documentary about the Together for Yes campaign. It premiered during the Dublin International Film Festival yesterday. Some members of #TeamAlice can even be spotted in the background of some scenes 😊
- ‘I Am Not Okay With This’ on Netflix.
- ‘Summertime (La Belle Saison)’.
- Musashi on Capel Street, Dublin.
- Ranna Ghor, a lovely Indian restaurant in Thurles.
- Another Indian restaurant – Doolally – this one on Camden Street in Dublin.
- Meltdown in Temple Bar for a cheese toastie (and you can bring your toastie to Crowbar, if you fancy a drink with it).
- ‘Invisible Women’ by Caroline Criado Perez.
- The new album from Christine & The Queens.
- Iceland’s Eurovision entry (and warming up to Ireland’s entry too!).
- David McWilliams’ podcast on economics and the Coronavirus.
- ‘Death and the Early House’ by Fields (“good Monaghan lads”, according to our own Monaghan native, Darragh).
- ‘The Show of Delights’ from This American Life.
- MoLI, the Museum of Literature Ireland (yes, they welcomed our very own Emily Brennan, as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this week!).
- The lovely Bray to Greystones clifftop walk.
- Martina’s husband, Raj, becoming Irish – at the lovely citizenship ceremonies in Killarney this week.
Looking forward to:
- International Women’s Day on Sunday.
- The Belfast Children’s Festival. (6th to 11th March)
Have a lovely weekend, everyone!