'Manhattan Beach' by Jennifer Egan
Jennifer Egan chats about her latest novel 'Manhattan Beach', set in the shipyards and nightclubs of 1940's Brooklyn (published by Corsair)
Róisín Dwyer and John Meagher review 'Low In High School' from Morrissey, 'The Architect' from Paloma Faith and 'Rest' from Charlotte Gainsbourg
Review: 'Where The Past Begins', a memoir by Amy Tan
Eithne Shortall reviews 'Where The Past Begins', a memoir by Amy Tan (published by Fourth Estate)
International Guitar Quartet in session
Chat and live music with the International Guitar Quartet who will be performing at the National Opera House Wexford as part of the Music Network Residency series
'Body Language' by CoisCéim Dance Theatre and the RHA Gallery
Kay Sheehy reports on 'Body Language', a multi-media exploration of ways of telling your life story non-verbally
Sarah Taaffe Maguire and Simon Maher review 'Justice League', 'Ingrid Goes West' and 'Good Time'
'The Ground Opened Up', a virtual reality installation by Elaine Hoey
Elaine Hoey talks about her virtual reality installation 'The Ground Opened Up', inspired by events at Ireland's Mother & Baby homes
'The State of Us', a trilogy of plays by Peter Duffy
Peter Duffy talks about 'The State Of Us', his trilogy of one-man plays
'A Man Is Only As Good...', selected poems by Pat Boran
Pat Boran chats about 'A Man Is Only As Good...', a pocket-sized edition of some of his selected poems (published by Dedalus Press)
'The Pedcro Almodovar Archives', edited by Paul Duncan and Barbara Peiró
Alice Butler reviews 'The Pedcro Almodovar Archives', edited by Paul Duncan and Barbara Peiró (published by Taschen)
'Winter Papers, Volume 3', the annual arts anthology
Marking the publication of the annual arts anthology 'Winter Papers, Volume 3', with Kevin Barry, Sarah Baume, Paul Lynch, Jessica Traynor and Mary Morrissy (published by Curlew Editions)
Rachel Breslin and Alan Corr review 'Reputation' from Taylor Swift, 'West To The Evening Sun' from Ailie Blunnie and 'Synthesis' from Evanescence
Review: 'The Unforeseen' by Dorothy MacArdle
Yvonne Nolan reviews 'The Unforeseen' by Dorothy MacArdle, a gothic ghost story set in Wicklow which was originally published in 1945 (published by Tramp Press)
Billy Boyle, star of 'Follies'
Irish actor Billy Boyle who stars in Stephen Sondheim's 'Follies' which will be broadcast live into Irish cinemas in the latest National Theatre Live production
Martin Figura and Helen Ivory at the Leaves Festival of Writing & Music 2017
Poets Martin Figura and Helen Ivory who are both participants at the Leaves Festival of Writing & Music this weekend
Review: 'Bluebird, Bluebird' by Attica Locke
Declan Burke reviews 'Bluebird, Bluebird', the latest Attica Locke crime thriller (published by Serpent's Tail)
Alice Butler and Justin MacGregor review 'Professor Marston and The Wonder Women', 'Only The Brave' and 'The Florida Project'
'The Lodgers', a horror film by Brian O'Malley
Film-maker Brian O'Malley discusses his latest film, an Irish horror called 'The Lodgers'
'Female Lines - New Writing by Women from Northern Ireland'
Dawn Miranda Sherratt Bado and Celia de Fréine chat about 'Female Lines', a new anthology of female writers from Northern Ireland (published by New Island)
'Lou Reed – A Life' by Anthony DeCurtis
Anthony DeCurtis, author of the biography 'Lou Reed – A Life' (published by John Murray)
Moya Cannon at the Allingham Festival 2017
Moya Cannon who will be hosting a poetry workshop this weekend at the Allingham Festival
Review: 'The Alarming Palsy of James Orr' by Tom Lee
Tom Donnelly reviews 'The Alarming Palsy of James Orr' by Tom Lee (published by Granta)
TULCA Festival of Visual Arts 2017
Matt Packer, curator for the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, explains this year’s theme ‘They Call Us The Screamers’
The history of the musical 'Cabaret'
Kay Sheehy on the history of the musical 'Cabaret'
The life and music of Abner Jay
In his occasional series looking at lost musical treasures, Donal Dineen with a guide to the work of blues-infused folk artist Abner Jay
'Boom?', a play by Isobel Mahon
Isobel Mahon chats about her play 'Boom?', a satire about the madness of the Celtic Tiger years in Ireland
'Fire Below (A War of Words)' by Owen McCafferty and Jimmy Fay
Playwright Owen McCafferty and theatre director Jimmy Fay chat about their play 'Fire Below (A War of Words)'
Susan McKay lecture at the Allingham Arts Festival
Susan McKay will be speaking on the topic of the female experience of frontiers and borders in society and the arts
Simon Maher and Anna Carey review 'The Thrill Of It All' from Sam Smith, 'Honey & Tar' from The Cornshed Sisters and 'Red Pill Blues' from Maroon 5
Newly-refurbished Stella Theatre
Lisa McGeough reports on the newly-refurbished Stella Theatre in Rathmines
Roe McDermott and Gavin Burke review 'Conor McGregor: Notorious', 'The Killing of A Sacred Deer' and 'Murder On The Orient Express'
Celebrating George Bernard Shaw, at the Dublin Book Festival
In collaboration with the Dublin Book Festival live from Smock Alley Theatre, celebrating the work of George Bernard Show on the centenary of his death
'Transmissions' by Elaine Cosgrove
Elaine Cosgrove chats about her debut collection of poetry 'Transmissions' (published by Dedalus Press)
Preview: 'Alias Grace' on Netflix
Mary McGill previews 'Alias Grace', a new series coming to Netflix
'In White Ink' by Elske Rahill
Elske Rahill chats about 'In White Ink', her first collection of short stories (published by Lilliput Press)
Lois Smith, star of 'Marjorie Prime'
American actress Lois Smith talks about her starring role as the 85-year old lead character in the film 'Marjorie Prime'
How the 1917 Revolution impacted on art and culture in Russia
How the 1917 Russian revolution impacted on that country’s art and culture, with Justin Doherty and Marina Levitina
Róisín Dwyer and John Meagher review 'Pacific Daydream' from Weezer, 'Between The Earth and Sky' from Lankum and 'The Meaning Of Life' from Kelly Clarkson
'How To Say It The Way It Is!', an exhibition at the Rua Red Gallery
Kay Sheehy reviews 'How To Say It The Way It Is', an exhibition from the international collection a/political which is currently on view at the Rua Red Gallery in Tallaght
Arlene Hunt and Paul Whitington review 'Thor: Ragnarok', 'Breathe' and 'Call Me By Your Name'
'This Is The Funeral Of Your Life', a play by Louise White
Louise White chats about how the death of her father inspired her latest play 'This Is The Funeral Of Your Life'
'A Life Of My Own', a memoir by Claire Tomalin
Claire Tomalin talks about her memoir 'A Life Of My Own' (published by Viking)
'Bat the Father, Rabbit the Son', a play by Donal O'Kelly
Donal O'Kelly explains why he has revived his 1-man play 'Bat the Father, Rabbit the Son', which he first performed 30 years ago
'Tell Them Our Names', a film by Smashing Times Theatre
Mary Moynihan talks about 'Tell Them Our Names', a film by Smashing Times Theatre
RDS Visual Art Awards 2017
Artist/curator of the RDS Visual Art Awards exhibition Nick Miller and artist Kevin O'Kelly (winner of the RDS Taylor Art Award for his work Something About The Way You Look)
'Hymn To The Reckless' by Erin Fornoff
Performance poet Erin Fornoff chats about her debut collection 'Hymn To The Reckless' (published by Dedalus Press)
'Sugar Money' by Jane Harris
Jane Harris chats about her latest novel 'Sugar Money' (published by Faber & Faber)
'Stephen McKenna: Selected Works', an exhibition at the Kerlin Gallery
Declan Long reviews an exhibition of selected works by the late artist Stephen McKenna, currently showing at the Kerlin Gallery
Preview: season 2 of 'Stranger Things' on Netflix
Roe McDermott previews season 2 of the Netflix sci-fi horror series 'Stranger Things'
'Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami', a documentary by Sophie Fiennes
Sophie Fiennes (director) and Katie Holly (producer) chat about their documentary 'Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami'
Review: 'Uncommon Type: Some Stories' by Tom Hanks
Darryl Jones reviews 'Uncommon Type: Some Stories' by Tom Hanks (published by William Heinemann)
Alan Corr and Lauren Murphy review 'Flicker' from Niall Horan; 'The Endless Shimmering' from And So I Watch You From Afar and 'Glasshouse' from Jessie Ware.
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