Diemonds guitarist Daniel Dekay hand-picked the lineup for the show on the 18th and has committed to making the show a special one.
Not only will this be the band’s triumphant return to the stage since their Juno nomination in April, it will also be the first Diemonds show with new bassist Tyrone Buccione. There’s a reason why Diemonds have saved these special moments for The Bovine’s 25th Anniversary.
Also Read: Saoirse Ronan Rages Against Suburban Machine in Greta Gerwig's ' Lady Bird' Trailer (Video) When the moment of truth arrives for the young couple, though, the gentle laughs end.
Director Cooke, to his credit, has a soft touch with Mc Ewan, whose incisive work should have produced more top-notch movies by now.
(“Atonement” was the best known, “The Comfort of Strangers” the darkest.) This is a story that begins in nervous bliss and ends in deep regret, and he makes it an uneven but moving journey.
All of a sudden the demands started coming in.” Over its 25 years, The Bovine has been home to countless bands that have gone on to achieve international success.
“We had a lot of early bands like Cancer Bats, Alexisonfire, and Monster Truck who were all 18 and 19-years-old when they started playing here.
For about an hour, “On Chesil Beach” seems like the most genteel sex comedy ever made.