SCÉAL IS TAKEN FROM THE OLD IRISH TERM ‘SCÉL’. A NOUN, IT MEANS: A STORY, TALE, NEWS, INFORMATION, TIDINGS OR REPORT.
PRONUNCIATION? IF YOU’RE IRISH, YOU’LL LIKELY KNOW THE DRILL. IF YOU’RE AUSTRALIAN (OR SOMETHING ELSE) JUST SAY SHH-KALE REALLY QUICKLY.
The Scéal began in June 2016 over a friends late arrival to dinner, a free basket of bread and a carafe of house white. We endeavoured to tell stories about the big, small and strange ideas in art, fashion and film. It turns out that isn’t enough - we also want to make ourselves laugh.
What we write about differs - it’s as poetic as a Drake meme, as brash as Rizzo in Grease, as conscientious as Leonardo Di Caprio in real life, all with the charm of Liz Lemon.
Amelia, Susan & Victoria
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