We’re back with our top recommendations of what to watch, read, eat and do during Lockdown! This week, we’ve been:
- ‘Good Cake Bad Cake – The Story of Lir’, a documentary on what went wrong for the band once hailed as successors to U2.
- ‘Ratatouille’ and ‘Star Wars’ on Disney+.
- Fun murder mystery ‘Knives Out’.
- Dark on Netflix.
- A performance by the New York Philharmonic orchestra of the score for Karen Le Frak’s ‘Sleepover at the Museum’, with narration by Jamie Bernstein. Great watching and listening for kids and adults alike.
- The play Cyprus Avenue at the Abbey Theatre.
- Yoga classes with Adriene – now an Alice wide obsession.
- This ‘Women in HipHop’ playlist that Emma stumbled across.
- Sofi Tucker– They’re a bop!
- Revisionist History.
- Gerry Hussey’s interview on the WellGood podcast from our client Wellfest.
- The Dublin Festival of History’s Podcast.
- A recent episode of the Inside Politics podcast from The Irish Times with American journalist Clare Malone about how Covid-19 will impact the upcoming US elections.
- ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ by Delia Owens.
- Mary Robinson’s ‘Climate Justice’.
- The Met’s Costume Institute Instagram profile – linking to lots of videos of previous exhibitions/stories from the collection – to fill the Met Gala shaped hole in Darragh’s life this May.
Eating, Cooking and Baking:
Have a lovely weekend, everyone. Stay safe!