ARTS AND FEATURES

An Post releases WW1 commemorative stamps

An Post have released two commemorative stamps to mark the 100 year anniversary since the start of WW1 [...]

Kids enjoy interactive science playground in Dublin

Visuals of all the happenings within The Curiosity Carnival at Temple Bar's Smock Alley [...]

Chocs away!

Sloane, who brought chocoate back from Jamaica, was born in Killyleagh [...]

Songs not just for Amy

By David Hennessy Galway singer-songwriter Ultan Conlon is coming to the UK just after his latest album, Songs of Love So Cruel has been released to a UK audience. The album follows his 2009 debut Bless [...]

Sean Nos Sensation

The National Dance Company of Ireland’s dynamic step dance show, featuring The Young Irish Tenors and a live band comes to the UK [...]

The Rat pack’s back

Geldof's legendary Dublin outfit are on tour this autumn [...]

Two wheels good, four wheels bad

Seventh Cork Cycling Festival begins this weekend [...]

Rare chance to see historic art treasures

Chester Beatty Library brings out rare artefacts [...]

The pull of nostalgia

Shelley Marsden speaks to Katie Flynn about the personal story behind her latest WW2 saga and her ongoing struggles with M.E. [...]

Back to The Mill

By David Hennessy Channel 4’s highest-rating drama of 2013, The Mill, is set to return to television screens. The star studded first series featured well known faces like Jamie Draven, Sacha Parkinson, Craig Parkinson and Aidan [...]

Honourable intentions

By David Hennessy Hollywood star Maggie Gyllenhaal stars in a new BBC drama that explores themes of conflict, deception and betrayal on both the political stage and a more personal level, set against the present day [...]

New London hotel recruitment day – Tuesday 15 July

Recruitment day for Morgans Hotel Group who are opening a new hotel in London's vibrant South Bank. [...]

One last bedtime story

Carlow's Bryan Burroughs inspired by Anglo-Saxon classic [...]

A Soldier’s Wife: The photo that inspired my novel

Novelist delves into family history for latest novel [...]

Romance in the City of Light

Eldest McGann brother reveals his thoughts on romance and more [...]

Poetry in motion

By David Hennessy Camille O’Sullivan brings her musical interpretation of Shakespeare’s epic poem The Rape of Lucrece to London for the first time this week. Described by Camille herself as a sad story beautifully told, The [...]

First, we take Manhattan…

The son of Shane Ritchie and Colleen Nolan talks about his band already breaking America [...]

Crossing the line

Amanda Hale tells David Hennessy about her new play, Ripper Street’s missed opportunity with her character and throwing shoes at Andrew Scott’s head “It’s rare that a piece addresses everything that you’re reading about in the [...]

Country grows up a little

Country star Mary Chapin Carpenter embraces the orchestral [...]

Mazzy star

Folk star experiments on second album This Willowed Light [...]

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