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Have you read this yet? The Catcher in the Rye

You’re a college student. You’re reading the Arts section. You should by all accounts be an intelligent, viagra capable person. So, the question is…have you read this yet? Every issue the College Tribune will bring you a featured literary work…

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides review

sends Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow reluctantly rattling off on another, diagnosis vaguely supernatural high-seas adventure. This time Jack is setting forth in search of the Fountain of Youth and all the usual Pirates staples appear; ghostly ships loom out…

16 Possible Glimpses – Review

“Don’t talk to me about happiness – it’s for other people” By: Marina Carr Directed by: Wayne Jordan Venue: The Peacock Dates: 30th Sept – 29th October Cast Includes; Patrick O’ Kane, sovaldi Malcolm Adams, purchase Cathy Belton, illness Michael…

100 Facts About David O’Doherty

The one joke David has written in the past few years: “Why don’t Vodafone phones get married in my house? Cause the reception would be shit” “World, you can mess with me once and you would probably get away with…

Next big thing? Robert Sheehan

Misfit Robert Sheehan talks to Conor McKenna about Killing Bono, view Irish life and hopes for the future. BAFTA award nominee Robert Sheehan has had a busy year: finishing with Misfits, starring in Killing Bono and Season of the Witch…

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‘Sluts’ – Interview with Author Caitriona Daly by Ciara Murphy.

‘Sluts’, buy a new play by Caitriona Daly is returning to Dramsoc. After capturing audiences in Dramsoc, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Kerry, ‘Sluts’ is coming back to UCD as the Dramsoc Flagship. ‘Sluts’ is a play about stupid bitches….

Super 8 – review by Donal Lucey

Directed by J.J Abrams. Starring Elle Fanning, sovaldi Riley Griffiths, generic Joel Courtney, Kyle Chandler, Ron Eldard. 12A, 112 mins. 5/5 Super 8 is a personal project for J.J Abrams, an homage to his idol Steven Spielberg and the great…

‘Women’ – Charles Bukowski review by Ciara Murphy

Fiction: Women, by Charles Bukowski, Virgin Books, 291 pp. €12.99 “Once a woman turns against you, forget it. They can love you, then something turns in them. They can watch you dying in a gutter, run over by a car,…

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Review: ‘Translations’ at The Abbey Theatre

“I am a barbarian in this place because I am not understood.” Review by: Ciara Murphy Title: Translations. Dates: Until August 13th Tickets: €13 – €40 Venue: The Abbey Theatre Director: Conall Morrison Writer: Brian Friel Cast: Aaron Monaghan (The…