Holy Show - Contemporary Irish Life & Culture, Issue 3
This is the third edition of a new magazine of contemporary life and culture in Ireland as seen through the eyes of Irish artists. Holy Show presents work from a diverse range of forms, like film, theatre, dance, music and visual art, adapting stories from the artists to the printed page. Contained within it’s well laid out and visually arresting pages you’ll find short think pieces, non-fiction narratives and interviews. This edition contains articles about the Snug Project, Thoughts on the post-pandemic city by Kerry Guinan, Emmett Scanlon and Sean O'Reilly, 40 years of Martin Parr in Ireland and Roisin Kiberd's Berlin Lockdown Diary.
At times hilariously funny, profound, sad and always thought-provoking, this magazine will hold your attention and give you an illuminating insight into a cross-section of culture in Ireland today.
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Paperback, 27 x 19 cm