Belinda McKeon in Conversation with Gabriel Byrne

Updated March 4: The live stream was a hit! Ms. McKeon read several brief selections from her latest novel, Tender. She was then joined by Gabriel Byrne and they have a lively conversation about Ireland and displacement, the similarities and differences between writing and film-making, and more.  Thanks to McNally […]

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Many of you have already signed up in the past to receive email alerts when I have published a new posting on the Byrneholics website. And I thank you! One of the new features of the redesign is a better email subscription service. Better how? Well, the new method makes […]

Long Day’s Journey Into Night: Why Guilt is Good for Us

Ben Brantley takes a decidedly optimistic view of the upcoming Broadway season in his recent piece for The New York Times: Shame and Guilt Drives Several New Productions, Which Is Good for Us, in which he outlines some of the classic dramas and contemporary works coming our way this Spring, […]

Mannix Flynn Endorsement

Gabriel Byrne and Mannix Flynn have been friends and colleagues for many years. They have collaborated on plays together over the years and recently worked together on the YES Campaign for Marriage Equality in Ireland. In this season of elections, in the US and abroad, here is Gabriel’s endorsement of […]

MAD TO BE NORMAL: News and Pics!

Filming continues for Mad to be Normal, the new movie about psychiatrist R. D. Laing, in York, England, with sets that include the University of York and stately homes, including Scampston Hall in Malton, nearby. The film stars David Tennant in the lead role, with supporting cast including Gabriel Byrne, Elisabeth […]