Liam Mullally

Liam has written 44 articles for Nouse

Brexit means renewed troubles in the Éire

Brexit will likely force a new border between Northern Ireland and the Republic that could undo the work of the peace process

Nothing to hide, plenty to fear from prying PM

The Government’s Investigatory Powers Act gives authority that could fall into the wrong hands, argues Liam Mullally

Planet Earth II: Review

Planet Earth II maintains the ethos and rigour of its predecessor, says Liam Mullally

Panoptical illusions

Liam Mullally speaks to artist Jess Johnson about world building, her fascination with 1980s sci-fi and bringing her work to virtual reality

Game Review: The Final Station

“a very well constructed and atmospherically designed experience.” – Liam Mullally reviews The Final Station

Edinburgh 2016 Review: Grainne Maguire: Great People making Great Choices

Grainne Maguire delivers political content without allowing it to feel political, writes Liam Mullally

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Joel Dommett: Pretending To Smoke With a Breadstick

Joel Dommett treads the line of being charming and alienating his audience. Liam Mullally Reviews

Edinburgh 2016 Review: Jonathan Pie: Live

Jonathan Pie works better in small installments, writes Liam Mullally

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Andy Zaltzman

Andy Zaltzman is a brilliant satirist, but perhaps one who would benefit from a straight-man. Liam Mullally reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Mule

Mule speaks to the humanity which is often left behind by the headlines. Liam Mullally reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: A Tale of Two Cities: Blood for Blood

A Tale of Two Cities: Blood for Blood is a tense adaptation that is not beholden to its source material, writes Liam Mullally

Game Review: Lovely Planet Arcade

Victories feel like relief, not achievement, says Liam Mullally