Culchie Catch-Up (14)
There are some sore heads this morning after an early start on the #dubcrawl trail hence the delayed Catch-Up this week. (Ouchy).
So what happened this week? Charleze Theron handed a sneaky victory to Ireland. The Top Gear Live show is attracting thousands. Electric Picnic tickets went on sale and I couldn’t get my hands on Florence & The Machine tickets for love nor money. **ahem** Put on another gig **ahem**.
Stan suggests a Martial Arts classic for your viewing pleasure.
I have still to see the last film and already teasers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows are hitting the net. Don’t they look so grown up?
Speaking of teasers, two words for you: Tony. Stark.
This weeks Friday (now Satuurday) Feeling.
A Princess & The Frog update.
If you’re sitting in to save for the holiday season here are the Couch Potato DVD suggestions of the week.
Niall is running a Advent styled Count Down of his favourite movies of 2009:
#25 , #24 , #23 ,#22 , #21
The Oscar Short-listed short Irish film ‘Granny O’Grimm’. Hopefully it will go very far…very far…very far.
Electric Picnic 2010 tickets went on sale yesterday! WANT!
Sharon went along to the first IMVAs and has a line-up of the winners here.
A brief history* of The Beatles (*may not be actual historically correct)
Tom Waits new live album is all doom and no glitter…but then I might be alone on that opinion.
Duke Special could sing the phone book, couldn’t he?
We love countdowns on Culch – here’s another one for you.
Keleher continues his stake-out of “V”.
He also has a sneaky look at ‘Men of A Certain Age’. Oi! It’s a TV show – minds out of the gutter please.
The Jungle isn’t cutting the mustard for The Red Lemonaders. Has anyone else lost intere… sorry, where was I?
Ronan reviews Jenny Huston’s ‘In Bloom’ and has a copy to give away to a Culch.ie reader.
Sinead reviews Her Fearful Symmetry, the latest book from The Time Traveler’s Wife author, Audrey Niffenegger.
Art world superstar Charles Saatchi is looking for the next Damien Hirst or Tracey Emin.
How are your operatic muscles? Good enough for an Egyptian Queen?
Art and other things that go on inside the mind of Peter Donegan.
Terry O’Neill and a whole host of celebrities at Kildare Village.
NaRocRoc puts it in Top Gear.
Fashion & Gossip
Harriet wants you to Wear it Again. This shop is my own secret obsession. I pass it most days and make fantastical shoe love to the window.
This week on Sweary’s Jaw we teach you how to make thousands from a magazine cut out of your favourite celebrity.
Charleze Theron has FIFA all hot under the collar as she puts Ireland back in the World Cup.
In General/ Random Whimsy
Pale and intense Sheamus O’ Shaunessy takes a run at the WWE Title on December 13th.
Johnjoe – Ireland’s newest celebrity.
Top Gear madness in the run up to the big event.
Or if you’re feeling charitable and can spare €10 then Crimlin Childrens Hospital would really appreciate it.
Carlsberg don’t do gamers heavens but if they did…
Ventertainment has some suggestions for gamer stocking fillers.
While Niall has the Top 10 XBox 360 games this Christmas.
QUICK! Win The Emergency’s new CD. Competition closes today!!!
Events – Coming Soon
The Smash Hits Christmas Dance Party is this Saturday in The Button Factory.
There may also be some tickets left for The Magi Numbers tonight as part of Trim 2025
Win of copy of ‘In Bloom – Irish Bands Now’
The Munch exhibition closes in The National Gallery this Sunday.