Last night saw the Irish premiere of Ex Machina take place in the IFI in Dublin. Niamh Geaney went along to chat to the star of this sci-fi Domhnall Gleeson, along with writer and director Alex Garland, well-known for his writing credits such as The Beach and 28 Days Later. Find out what they had to say.
This week on Spotlight, Sile Seoige popped into the Shemazing studios to chat to Niamh Geaney on the success of her new Christmas track 'Maybe This Christmas', buddying up to Stephen Fry and the possibility of pursing a solo singing career!
Maybe This Christmas is available now on iTunes.
If you missed any of this week's Snapshot show, fear not as the Catch-Up is on its way to you tomorrow!
On this week’s Spotlight Niamh Geaney catches up with the Hot Sprockets ahead of their headline gig in Vicar Street. Of the five piece, Wayne, Tim and Franky divulge their pert bottom secrets, film adventures and their connection to Lily Allen’s Dad. They also chat on the success of their American tour, their venture into the UK and their upcoming Spanish tour.
If you missed any of this week’s show, fear not, we’ll be back tomorrow with Snapshot’s Catch-Up show.
On this week’s spotlight we caught up with Baz Ashmawy at the Eaties. TV show, 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy was a roaring success here and abroad so Niamh Geaney quizzed the good son on their antics. We also found out what food you’re most likely to see Baz chowing down on and how he’s putting his nerdy nature to good use with his brand new Sky 1 game show.
If you missed on any of this week's segments your lucky self can catch our Snapshot catch-up show here tomorrow.
On this week’s Spotlight Niamh Geaney meets with Louise Thompson from Made In Chelsea. They talk about her new New York beau who she didn't always fancy, what her Ex thinks about it (now that they’ve to brush shoulders on the new series!), what she thinks about being a sex symbol and if Chloe Jasmine’s accent really is fake! Of all people, she should know! All that and much more.
If you’ve missed any of this week’s segments, look out for our catch-up which is on its way to you tomorrow!
Your favourite part of the week is here, Spotlight!
This week Niamh Geaney chats to Irish musician Wallis Bird in the wake of her single release Daze which she recently performed live on The Late Late Show and even better, performs live for us in studio! The success of her summer anthem Hardly Hardly has seen her steady fanbase grow even further to reach new heights. Check out our exclusive interview here with the Wexford native as she chats love, influences and Berlin.
You can catch Wallis live in Dublin on November the 22nd in the Academy or Dolan's Warehouse in Limerick City on the 20th. Tickets are available on ticketmaster.ie
Wired is back with your host Niamh Geaney joined in studio by TV fiend’s Ciara O’Doherty and Emma Power taking you through this week’s telly goss.
We talk Eastenders and the possible death of a lead character, take a look at our favourite X Factor acts over the weekend and what we think of Robert Pattinson’s sister taking our Dubliner’s spot! We look at the new coach just introduced into the Voice UK and who will be taking Dolores’s spot on the Voice Ireland now that Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts has fell through! We also bring you news of Lindsay Lohan’s appalling performance on the West End. Time to throw in the towel?
Join us back here tomorrow for The Line-Up, your weekly nationwide event guide.
The entertainment world has not disappointed this week meaning we have a jam-packed show full of juicy goss on this week’s Snapshot! On Wired this week we talked about the let-down that was the Kardashians; wedding finale, me arse! We also covered TOWIE crushes, reality TV melt-down’s and our resident impersonator Conor Behan gave us THE BEST impersonation of a nagging Kourtney Kardashian that you will not want to miss out on!
Our weekly event guide The Line-Up sent you on your way bopping to Waterford’s electronic music festival Saw Fest, helped boost the joke shop’s revenue by letting you in on the Grace Kelly lookalike competition and tested out your biceps by welly throwing. We’re a diverse bunch in here you see!
Your box office bucket list Pic ‘n’ Mix checks out the latest Liam Neeson action thriller!
On this week’s Spotlight we spoke to Brendan Gleeson on something top secret, so top secret you’ll have to watch it to find out! It may involve cross-dressing…or does it? See for yourself!
Niamh Geaney reports.
Spotlight’s Niamh Geaney was invited along to the Olympia Theatre for a top secret project! All we knew was that Brendan Gleeson was going to be there and that he was going to announce something that has NEVER been done before! How could we not bite?
Find out what Brendan Gleeson has in store for us all and where you can catch him gigging tomorrow night!
If you have missed any of this week’s shows, then fear not, the catch-up will be on its way to you tomorrow! Enjoy.
So what does the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival and Niall Breslin aka Bressie have in common?
The ever popular Fringe Festival has been dominating our streets and theatres in Dublin for the past couple of weeks so we thought we’d better check out one of these productions! The Belle Bottoms is a musical comedy featuring two sassy ladies and their hilarious outlook on what it was like growing up in the 1970’s.
Our Entertainment Reporter Niamh Geaney got chatting to Bressie on his involvement and also to the Musical Director Liam Bates who in the past has worked with the likes of Bryan Adams and Bon Jovi!
As we had Bressie on hand we thought we’d try get him to tell us who is going to fill Dolores’s coaching seat on the Voice, what are these production company rumours we’ve been hearing and if he plans to delve into acting a bit more!
Niamh went along to see the show after and she says if you’re a fan of disco and laughter, it’s for you! The Belle Bottoms is on in the Smock Alley Theatre until Saturday the 20th of September and is also making a spin to Spiegeltent in Wexford from the 29th to the 31st of October.
If you have missed any of this week’s shows, then fear not, the catch-up will be on its way to you shortly! Enjoy
Our new daily Entertainment TV show 'Snapshot' brings you right up to date with all things entertainment! Missed out on any of the action? Then fear not, our Ents Reporter Niamh Geaney is here with your catch-up!
In this week’s snapshot, we took to the red carpet of Noble to chat with the cast including many of our Irish stars Deirdre O’ Kane, Liam Cunningham and even spoke to Downtown Abbey’s Brendan Coyle on this whole George Clooney thing!
We made sure you were in the know with all the telly goss including David Hasselhoff’s new reality show! Yep, you read that right. Our TV contributor Conor Behan also treated us to a hilarious impersonation of our favourite Queen Bee Kim Kardashian…you got to see this!
We lined up the best events for you to check out including tackling hotties at the beach and laughing out loud with one of our favourite comedians.
We also took a look at the best movies to watch in the cinema and the one to save your pennies on!
On this week's Spotlight, Niamh Geaney dropped by the Irish Gala screening of Noble held in the Savoy Cinema in Dublin. Noble has been setting tongues wagging in the film industry since its festival circuit debut so we had to find out what makes this movie so special and why we should see it!
Your Snapshot host and entertainment reporter Niamh spoke to cast members Deirdre O’ Kane (Intermission), Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones), Brendan Coyle (Downtown Abbey), Mark Huberman (Frank) and Sarah Greene (The Guard). She also chatted to the Director Stephen Bradley (Boy Eats Girl) and to the inspirational woman herself, Christina Noble, who has to be one of the most charismatic people she has ever met!
As well as getting the low down on the film we also talked George Clooney on the set of Downtown abbey, what Bradley Cooper is really like and if Dara O' Brian is excited about his upcoming Vicar St. gigs.
If you've missed any of our awesome shows this week then fear not, the catch-up will be on its way to you shortly.