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099 - Albert Nobbs (2011)

spacetime coordinates: 19th-century Dublin, Ireland

Albert Nobbs is a 2011 British-Irish drama film directed by Rodrigo García and starring Glenn Close. The screenplay, by Close, … 60 weitere Wörter

Movies

TransAtlantic, by Colum McCann

Human nature transcends time, ever offering violence upon the innocent, cruelty bred from war. Following a number of timelines and characters, Transatlantic explores the strifes of humanity, which echo on throughout history. 235 weitere Wörter

Books

The SOUND of my future 

My future SOUNDS green … no longer yellow; no longer an angry

bellow.

I wonder if this is where a taste of love might

one day take me. 107 weitere Wörter

Poetry

Secrets of the Heart (Heartfelt Series #3) by Adrienne Vaughan @adrienneauthor #SundayBlogShare

  • Author: Adrienne Vaughan
  • Published: November 2014 by New Romantics Press
  • Category: Romance, Drama, Review

Finally free to be together on the remote Irish isle of Innishmahon, campaigning journalist Marianne Coltrane and her movie star partner, Ryan O’Gorman are looking forward to life away from the bright lights of Hollywood and the constant pursuit of the paparazzi.

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Romance

Spatial Poetics of Gautier’s ‘Giselle’

Ballet Ireland’s creative re-working of Gautier’s nineteenth Century Classic is currently touring Ireland http://projectartscentre.ie/event/giselle/ having had its premiere in Project Arts Centre this week. Here I had the pleasure of watching bodies flesh out before me, a story that was all- too familiar. 5.250 weitere Wörter

Ireland

Sunday morning 

So Thursday evening was quite drunk, Friday was hungover and eating a lot of comfort food.

Yesterday, tried slightly to get back on the wagon and went swimming with PH. 56 weitere Wörter

#OTD in Irish History – 20 April:

Great photo of a little intersection in the village of Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland.  All the buildings really are painted in bight colors!  From a site which posts daily on what happened „On This Day“ in Irish History.

OTD in Irish History – 20 April:

Photography