Evin Ryan takes a look at the skyrocketing price of student housing in Cork. Continue reading The Boom is Back. Apparently
Ireland’s premier anarchist gaelgòir hip hop trio takes the rebel county by storm, Niamh Browne writes.. There can’t be anybody else doing what Kneecap is doing, and if so, certainly not as well as these lads from West Belfast. The opening song for their Cork set was “Tá na Baggies ar an Talamh”. Your first thought when they play this is, “Jesus Christ I have … Continue reading Kneecap Live @Cyprus Avenue
Entertainment Editor Andrew Burke discusses the Cork Film Festival 2019 Programme Launch, along with a few films to keep an eye out for. Motley staff writer, Kane Geary O Keeffe, and I had the pleasure of attending the launch of the 64th Cork Film Festival Launch at the River Lee Hotel. The night featured powerful speeches from the Chair of the Cork Film Festival … Continue reading Cork Film Festival 2019 Programme Launch
Deputy Entertainment Editor Cathal Donovan O’Neill gives you the five best gigs of the week Welcome back! Hope you’re getting on well this week. This week’s gig guide’s very much loaded towards the weekend but there’s some great, great stuff on offer. Cyprus Avenue has a lot of good acts in! Hope you enjoy this special Motley weekend gig guide – Nialler9, we’re comin’ for … Continue reading THE MOTLEY GIG GUIDE: OCT 7TH-OCT 13TH 2019
Motley Editor Dan Webb looks at the factors that led up to the recent breakdown in negotiations between Disney and Sony Pictures, and what this means for the future of Spider-Man, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe I find myself sitting here writing an article I hoped I wouldn’t have to even think about, for a long time. Five years ago, in 2014, news broke … Continue reading Spider-Man: Leaving Home
Is it possible to see successful and sustainable climate action under capitalism? Can individual effort save our planet? Aisling O’Leary explores the fact that perhaps neither is possible, that we need change – big, sometimes inconveniencing, change. The future that climate change has forced us to visualise is a bleak one, and bleaker again when you remember we can only point the finger of … Continue reading Capitalism and Climate Action – can we have both?
Cathal jams at length with music journalist Mike McGrath-Bryan to figure out why you should check out Cork’s music Hello! As promised, here’s the longer version of my interview with Mike. There was so much good stuff that just couldn’t fit into the print issue (although I’m very happy with the article), so we had to put it up online! This is the almost-full transcript, … Continue reading The Town’s Tunes: Long Play