Culture vulture: What not to miss this week
The movie - Rushmore
Ahead of the release of Wes Anderson's bonkers Isle Of Dogs - a stop-motion romp about diseased canines quarantined off the coast of Japan - what better moment to revisit this quirky masterpiece? Jason Schwartzman plays a delusional high school dork who strikes up a far-fetched friendship with tycoon Bill Murray.
Saturday, 3pm, Light House, Dublin
The gig - Rejjie Snow
With his sublime debut album, Dear Annie, Dublin rhymer Snow has become the toast of hip hop and R&B. He's that rare confessional rapper prepared to let his vulnerability show - the angst offset by his warm and fuzzy pop.
Monday, Olympia, Dublin
The lol - Russell Brand
Dandyish-comic-turned-unlikely-movie star-turned-self-help-guru, it's been quite a rollercoaster for Katy Perry's ex - and his latest tour, Re:Birth, explores his quest for spiritual and emotional renewal.
Monday, Cork Opera House; Tuesday, University Concert Hall, Limerick; Wednesday, Leisureland, Galway
The podcast - Wolverine: The Long Night
Having conquered the rest of the entertainment industry, it was only a matter of time before Marvel set sights on the booming medium of podcasting. So here it is, Marvel's first venture into scripted podcast drama, with the X-Men's long-clawed MVP front and centre.
The box set - Jessica Jones
A strong woman abused by a controlling man and required to pick up the pieces of her life while he sails blithely on... two years before #MeToo, Marvel's Jessica Jones was an unnervingly prophetic exploration of abuse dressed up as a comic book thriller. Now Krysten Ritter is back as the super-powered private detective with season two.
Available on Netflix now
The TV show - Weinstein: The Inside Story
The cover-up that allowed Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein prey on women for decades is explored in this gruelling documentary.
Monday, 10.35pm, RTE One