— Will Corry (@slievemore) January 17, 2015
Channel 4 has commissioned a sitcom about the Irish Famine in which one million Irish died of starvation and one million emigrated. What a great subject for cheap laughs!
No this is not an April Fools story, this is a January 1st story, incredible as it may seem.
The writer will be Dublin-based Hugh Travers, a 31-year-old, who has already had a major hit with a show called “Lambo.” He is a former film student at UCLA.The sitcom will be called “Hungry” and Channel 4 has given the Dublin writer full freedom to write his own scripts which he says is seriously daunting.
The video, which shows the team busting some serious moves while lip-syncing along to the Christmas hit has generated almost 350,000 viewers since then.
It seems that the video went viral after it was mentioned on Twitter by Mariah Carey. She tweeted “The Belfast Giants show off some festive moves in their video version of All I Want For Christmas Is You.”
Junior's crew 2 Old Irish beats Something's coming together… watch it here first http://www.j2o.co.uk
Conclusion - Someone in the marketing department has some serious issues they need to work through
Creedons Top of Coom pub on the Cork - Kerry border reopens after if was destroyed by fire in 2012. Video by Dan Linehan @lensdan. Thanks to Martina Quinn for this gem.
'I'm Irish and I don't know half of what they're saying........but I know what they mean!
Lidl has announced the appointment of Smarts Communicate to oversee the brand’s communications strategy in Northern Ireland.
Recently marking 15 years in business, Lidl continues to strengthen its presence in Northern Ireland with plans to expand further and has joined forces with Smarts Communicate to deliver an extensive communications programme that comprises PR, marketing and events.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) September 7, 2014