- 19 Mar 20
Bressie, Lemmy, The Nolans, George's Street Arcade & Rory Cowan also feature in our latest round-up...
If you're in need of some quality TV viewing tonight, Pillow Queens are doing their rock 'n' roll thing on RTÉ's Other Voices alongside Sorcha Richardson, Otherkin, Talos, Le Boom and All Tvvins – which is quite the line-up!
Very exciting news from isolation camp: we’ll be on @OtherVoicesLive on RTE 2 tonight from 11:30. Tune in and reminisce over old times when we could play gigs and touch each other xox
Photo by @mollykeanephoto pic.twitter.com/PYzJiiZHf1
— Pillow Queens (@PillowQueeens) March 19, 2020
A vital reminder from Niall Breslin about the importance of social distancing.
I am seeing lots of groups of young people not adhering to the very important social distancing measures. Please please please chat to your mates about this . It’s crucial we take this seriously . We need peer responsibility #coronavirusireland pic.twitter.com/LOekRPvUtE
— Niall Breslin (@nbrez) March 18, 2020
Mrs. Brown's Boys star Rory Cowan has the perfect musical riposte to the person who wants him to stop smiling for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis.
Someone posted a comment complaining about me smiling in photos I’m putting up on social media during this unpleasant crisis. I immediately thought of this song. It sums up how we’ll all get through this #COVID19 crisis. Sing along and feel better 😊 https://t.co/Ah2FWj1JPT
— Rory Cowan (@1rorycowan) March 18, 2020
A doff of the Hot Press headphones to the owners of George's Street Arcade, the Leyden family, who've suspended all their tenants' rents
The George's Street Arcade , The Layden Family wish to advise that the Arcade will remain closed with All Rents suspended until further notice.Your safety is priority and your peace of mind, We hope God & Nature will sustain all ,until we return well .Thank you ! Gwen Layden
— George Street Arcade (@georgesarcade) March 18, 2020
Among those who've enjoyed our DEEP DIVE INTO THE ARCHIVE interview with Lemmy, who wouldn't have stood for any of this Coronavirus nonsense, is one of the objects of his lustful desires, Maureen Nolan of The Nolans fame.
"I miss Lemmy all the time!" she confides, despite Mr. Kilmister saying about them: “Our paths crossed a few times in the ‘80s but, try as I might, I couldn’t get into their knickers. Who was the young blonde one? Bernadette. She was a good laugh. I’d like to meet ‘em again now, ‘cause if they’re like other Catholic girls I know, they’ll be making up for lost time.”
- Film & TV
- 09 May 19