Arts & Culture

A labour of literary love

Maisie Greener talks to Viv Sweet and Joe Prendergast about their recently launched Queer Book Club

Boasting a Whatsapp group with over sixty members and being a fortnightly topic of discussion among students in between lectures since it launched last term, Viv Sweet and Joe Prendergast’s Queer Book Club has joined an ensemble of exciting student-run …

Arts & Culture

Decades of memory at the Eponymous Gallery

Maisie Greener reviews: 2012–2022, a decade of exhibitions at the Olivier Cornet Gallery at the Eponymous Gallery

Running until February 22 at the Eponymous gallery, Olivier Cornet’s recent exhibition entitled 2012–2022, a decade of exhibitions at the Olivier Cornet Gallery — although a self-effacing celebration of his gallery’s success — triumphantly platformed the individual and collective achievements

Arts & Culture

Coburn Gray is highlighting the Wrongs

Maisie Greener reviews Dylan Coburn Gray’s latest production Absent the Wrong and its depiction of queerness, race and adoption in Ireland

With queerness, race, adoption and eviction all appearing in Absent the Wrong’s promotional material, I was slightly apprehensive that Dylan Coburn Gray and Once Off Productions’ collaboration would only skim over these serious subject matters. I expected that the play …