Monday, March 25, 2019

Celebrating Shackleton

THE Project Arts Centre is soon to play host to an acclaimed play that tells the story of Irishman Ernest Shackleton’s incredible polar adventure,...

Award-winning company Elrow put on quite the show at Brazilian carnival

AWARD-WINNING, immersive entertainment company Elrow made their Dublin debut in November bringing their vibrant Brazilian jungle carnival theme to the city. Samodrowmo do Brasil transformed...

Author feels on cloud nine thanks to great buzz about her book

MATCHMAKING your friends can be a tricky territory – but matchmaking strangers is a whole other ballgame. This is exactly what Sunday Times journalist...
NYF Dublin performer

What to see at Dublin’s New Year Festival

It’s that time again: the year’s most anticipated night out, followed by a hungover vow to change yourself for the better, a gym owner’s...

Family fun for all

Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular returned to Dublin’s Merrion Square last week, showcasing some of the very best in international street performance, interactive family activations...

Showcasing the city’s coastline in Dublin Salt

FOR the past three years, Peter Gordon has risen at the crack of dawn to capture a unique collection of Dublin’s seascapes. All those early...

Show Stopper

Having put a focus on obtaining a really musically talented cast, brought the simpler elements of the story to the fore and utilised a...

No joke – comedy fest will be a hoot

Out and About: The Odeon Bar

‘It’s a challenge, but it’s really rewarding’

Having started out way back in 1873, the Gaiety Panto is a Dublin Christmas institution, a classically playful comedy returning night after night with...

Hanging out with the stars isn’t the worst way to make a Livin’

Interview: TV3’s Lucy Kennedy talks about new baby, work - and Enda Kenny

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