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FINANCE and fidelity entangle in a biting new comedy from Belfast's c21 Theatre Company about the underside of the recession.
The satirical comedy by Rosemary Jenkinson tells the story of divorcee Eilish who is back in the dating game and back in the courts rebuilding her law career.
Two of our top-ten reporters infiltrated a Dublin speeddating event a few nights ago — one guy (man, I suppose) and one woman (girl).
In Love or Money, audiences will see Eilish go on her first date in two years and quickly develop a love triangle with a demanding boss, a demanding life, and a new boyfriend.Producers selected had to meet the key requirements that they have experience in an international co-production and an international theatrical release in their portfolio. But what of those who haven’t yet ascended to such a dizzying level of romance, companionship and mutual understanding?Image: Members of the LGBT community and journalists who took part in the ‘speed-dating’ event By Una Murphy One of the organisers, Colin Flinn, who is on the board of Cara-Friend said: “I hope there was some demystification of who we are as LGB&T people and likewise some clarification as to how the media handles news, information and opinion with objectivity or fashioned in a manner which goes some way to reflect the views of readers, viewers or listeners.” He added: “Engaging with the media, as we did today, should improve the way news, information and opinion is delivered.” Colin, a retired solicitor, said that participants were able to find out what makes an item newsworthy and how members of the LGBT community might help the media to deal with sensitive and equality matters.LGBT Awareness Week was organised by three charities, Cara-Friend, Rainbow Project and Here NI.