- Film And TV
- 21 Jul 23
Inside the new edition of Best Of Ireland, you can also look forward to Lisa O'Neill, Andrew Omobamidele, Paul Murray, Shane Daniel Byrne, Megan Nolan, Molly O'Mahony, Niamh Bury, Markéta Irglová, Conor Murray, Orla Gartland, Josh Ritter, Caroline O'Donoghue, Shiv, Chamila Mananwatta, Negro Impacto, Ferna, Brad Heidi, and more...
The definitive guide to Ireland's top talent, restaurants, shops, venues, pubs, cafés, hotels, and more is here – with Aisling Bea featuring as the cover star of Best Of Ireland 2023!
This action-packed publication covers all aspects of life in our beautiful country, with informative guides, handy listings, and insightful interviews with some of the many artists, actors, writers, musicians, chefs, and sportspeople who have ensured that Ireland keeps punching above its weight across the board.
Whether you were born and reared here, have embraced Ireland as your adopted home, or are just here for a visit, there's something for everyone to enjoy in this special Best Of Ireland edition.
As she dazzles audiences with her first cinematic lead role in Greatest Days – based on the Take That jukebox musical of the same name – the irrepressible Aisling Bea talks to Roe McDermott, and shares some of her Irish favourites...
After garnering international praise for her latest album, All Of This Is Chance, Lisa O'Neill shares her reflections on folk "as the music of the people"...
Acclaimed author Paul Murray discusses his new novel The Bee Sting, an engrossing epic focusing on a troubled family in the Irish midlands.
Norwich City and Republic of Ireland footballer Andrew Omobamidele discusses growing up in Leixlip, the emerging talent in the domestic league, and more...
Nephin Restaurant chef Chamila Mananwatta takes us on a culinary tour of Mayo – a county rich in artisan produce, and home to its own Gourmet Greenway...
Award-winning Irish comedian Shane Daniel Byrne discusses his favourite LGBTQ+ venues – plus queer comedy, music, theatre and more.
My Ireland: Throughout Best of Ireland, personalities such as Markéta Irglová, Conor Murray, Orla Gartland, Josh Ritter, Caroline O’Donoghue, and Shiv talk about their favourite aspects of Irish life.
Eating Out: A guide to the top spots for food in West Cork, Waterford and Dublin – courtesy of local creatives Molly O'Mahony, Megan Nolan and Niamh Bury.
Our Music Scene: Artists like Negro Impacto, Ferna, Brad Heidi and more fill us in on what makes their local music scenes so vibrant.
And, wth the country simply bursting at the seams with talented creatives, sports stars and entrepreneurs, we've selected some of the rising superstars to keep an eye on...
Of course – this being Best of Ireland! – we also take a look at the best attractions, festivals, restaurants, shops, family-friendly fun, bars, venues, and clubs across the country...
And that's just a taste of what to expect! You'll find much more inside the 2023 edition of Best Of Ireland – so what are you waiting for? Pick up a copy in shops over the coming days, or order online now...
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