'Daddy Long Legs:The Musical' at Smock Alley
Róisín Sullivan and Mark O'Looney chat about their musical 'Daddy Long Legs' (originally a 1912 novel by Jean Webster but since a musical on film and stage)
'Pathways: Irish Routes to the Art of the Matter', a documentary by Donal Dineen
Donal Dineen chats about his documentary 'Pathways: Irish Routes to the Art of the Matter', where various artists who were born in Ireland but now live abroad chat about their creative journey
Sarah Taaffe Maguire and Gavin Burke review 'The Square', 'Tomb Raider', 'Damo & Ivor: The Movie' and 'Mary Magdalene'
Liam O'Flynn, RIP
Remembering the uilleann piper Liam O'Flynn, whose death was announced today
'This Voice' by Colm Keegan
Colm Keegan reads 'This Voice' from his latest collection ‘Randomer’ (published by Salmon Poetry)
'Who reads poetry?', a lecture by Eileán Ní Chuilleanáin
Eileán Ní Chuilleanáin who will deliver the annual Chair of Poetry lecture in Trinity College asking who are the readers of poetry?
Review: 'The Only Story' by Julian Barnes
Áine Ní Ghlinn reviews 'The Only Story' by Julian Barnes (published by Jonathan Cape)
'Lady Windermere's Fan', from London stage into Irish cinemas
Samantha Spiro and Kevin Bishop who play the lead roles in a production of Oscar Wilde’s 'Lady Windermere’s Fan', directed by Kathy Burke and which is being screened live into Irish cinemas
Review: 'Almost Love' by Louise O'Neill
Yvonne Nolan and Daragh Downes review 'Almost Love', the new novel by Louise O’Neill(published by Riverrun)
Hubert de Givenchy, RIP
Marie Brennan from the Museum of Style Icons at Newbridge Silverware remembers career of designer Hubert de Givenchy whose death was announced today
Simon Maher and Edel Coffey review 'American Utopia' from David Byrne, 'Record' from Tracey Thorn and 'World Beyond' from Erasure
'Diary Of A Martian Beekeeper', a play by Niamh Shaw
Dr Niamh Shaw talks about her play 'Diary Of A Martian Beekeeper', based on her experience working on a space mission exploring ways of producing food on Mars
Review: 'Sight' by Jesse Greengrass
Sinead Gleeson reviews 'Sight' by Jesse Greengrass (published by John Murray)
'Money', a play by Peter Daly
Peter Daly chats about how the 2008 bank bailout inspired his play 'Money'
'Roar', a new collection by Cecelia Ahern
'Roar' is a new collection from Cecelia Ahern, 30 stories all titled 'The Woman Who...' This is an extract from The Woman Who Was Swallowed-Up By The Floor and Who Met Lots of Other Women Down There Too
Roe McDermott and Simon Maher review 'Wonder Wheel', 'You Were Never Really Here' and 'Sweet Country'
Statement from the Board of the Gate into allegations of misconduct at the theatre
Sinead Mooney with a guide to the contents of the amended review from the Board of the Gate Theatre (about allegations of inappropriate behaviour made against Michael Colgan) which was published today
Review: 'Coal Black Mornings', a memoir by Brett Anderson
Tony Clayton Lea reviews 'Coal Black Mornings', a memoir by Suede lead singer Brett Anderson (published by Little, Brown)
'Spring Shine' by Colm Keegan
Colm Keegan reads 'Spring Shine' from his latest collection of poetry 'Randomer' (published by Salmon)
Review: 'Hedda Gabler' at the Gaiety Theatre
Kay Sheehy reviews 'Hedda Gabler' at the Gaiety Theatre, a production from the UK’s National Theatre directed by Ivo Van Hove and adapted by Patrick Marber
Late At The Gate, a new initiative at the Gate Theatre
Actor/writer Emmet Kirwan who was asked to respond to ‘Look Back In Anger’ by John Osborne in a new series of performances called Late at the Gate
'State of Exception' by Catherine Young Dance
Catherine Young explains the new work from her dance company 'State of Exception', inspired by her work with refugees/asylum seekers in direct provision
Round-up of latest crime fiction
Declan Burke with a round-up of the latest crime fiction
'An Seisiún', a new documentary series on Raidió na Gaeltachta
Colm Mac Con Iomaire and Rosa Nutty, two of the musicians taking part in 'An Seisiún', a new documentary series starting on Friday 9th March on Raidió na Gaeltachta
Review: 'A Very Fatal Murder', a podcast series from satirical website The Onion
Mary McGill reviews 'A Very Fatal Murder', a 6-part podcast series from the satirical website The Onion
A history of record labels - Motown
Jim Carroll with the latest in his occasional series on the history of record labels - tonight, Motown
Special screening of 'The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse' for St Patrick's Festival
Ruth Barton looks at what makes the Rex Ingram 1921 film 'The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse' such a classic
'Coming Home: Art and The Great Hunger', art of the Irish Famine
Robert Ballagh and Niamh O’Sullivan, curator of 'Coming Home: Art and The Great Hunger', an exhibition of paintings depicting Ireland during the great famine
A public interview with Edna O'Brien
From the archives, a public interview with Edna O'Brien from 2012 - she has just received the 2018 PEN/Nabokov Lifetime Award for Achievement in International Literature
A public interview with Saoirse Ronan
From the archives, a public interview with Saoirse Ronan (which took place at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2013)
'Gallery Of The Dead' by Chris Carter
Chris Carter chats about 'Gallery Of The Dead', his latest crime thriller in the LAPD detective Robert Hunter series (published by Simon & Schuster)
'Finding A Voice Festival', Clonmel 2018
Catherine Marshall, one of the curators of the 'Finding A Voice' arts & music festival in Clonmel celebrating women composers
Review: 'Powder Her Face' by the Irish National Opera
Niall Morris reviews 'Powder Her Face', the first production from the newly-formed Irish National Opera
'The Image You Missed', a documentary by Donal Foreman
Donal Foreman explains the background to his documentary 'The Image You Missed'
Essay: the possibilities of your imagination
Daniel Seery with an essay about the creative possibilities inspired by your imagination
'The Unmanageable Sisters', a play by Deirdre Kinahan
Deirdre Kinahan chats about her play 'The Unmanageable Sisters'
'Good Favour', a film by Rebecca Daly
Irish film director Rebecca Daly and actress Victoria Mayer chat about their film 'Good Favour'
Review: 'The Last Straw' by Tom French
Dave Lordan reviews 'The Last Straw', a new collection of poetry by Tom French (published by Gallery Press)
'From The River of Ghosts' by Roger Gregg
Roger Gregg explains his play 'From The River of Ghosts', a memoir about 3 generations of immigrants in a small town in Ohio
'Trajectory' by Richard Russo
Richard Russo talks about his latest novel, a collection of 4 short stories 'Trajectory' (published by Allen & Unwin)
Paul Schrader public interview
A public interview as part of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival, with legendary sreenwriter/director Paul Schrader
Aoife Barry and Eamon Sweeney review 'Wyvern Lingo' from Wyvern Lingo, 'Hundred Acres' from S Carey and 'Plunge' from Fever Ray
Arlene Hunt and Justin MacGregor review 'I, Tonya', 'Finding Your Feet' and 'Lady Bird'
New Music Dublin Festival 2018
Uilleann piper David Power, Deirdre O'Leary and Lisa Dowdall from Crash Ensemble and John Harris, director of the New Music Dublin Festival
'A Long Way From Home' by Peter Carey
Peter Carey reads an extract from his latest novel 'A Long Way From Home' (published by Faber & Faber)
'House of Art: A Remarkable Journey Through The Portrait Collection of Leinster House'
Mick O'Dea, who presents the Oireachtas Television documentary 'House of Art: A Remarkable Journey Through The Portrait Collection of Leinster House'
Kilkenny Animated, a festival of visual storytelling
Paul Young from Cartoon Saloon animation studios, the company behind Kilkenny Animated, a new festival celebrating visual storytelling
Cedric Gibbons celebrated in a conference at NCAD
Grace Lennon, one of the speakers at a symposium at NCAD where she will speak on the career of Hollywood film art director Cedric Gibbons
First Cut! Youth Film Festival 2018
Mary McGrath and Brendan Canty explain the idea behind the First Cut! Youth Film festival
'A Quarter Of An Hour', a new collection by Leanne O'Sullivan
Leanne O'Sullivan talks about the near-fatal illness that inspired her latest collection of poetry 'A Quarter Of An Hour' (published by Bloodaxe)
'Dark River' director Clio Barnard
Clio Barnard, director of the film 'Dark River'
Essay: decisions about eye surgery
Sonya Kelly with an essay about being told 'it's really up to you' when looking for advice from a doctor about possible cataract surgery
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