50th anniversary of the album 'Abbey Road' by The Beatles
Jason Carty marks the 50th anniversary of the 'Abbey Road' album by The Beatles
'Last Orders At The Dockside' by Dermot Bolger at Dublin Theatre Festival 2019
Dermot Bolger discusses the background to his play 'Last Orders At The Dockside'
Ruth Barton and Simon Maher review 'Ad Astra', 'The Kitchen' and 'The Farewell'
Review: 'Girl' by Edna O'Brien
Yvonne Nolan reviews 'Girl' by Edna O’Brien (published by Faber & Faber)
God Knows in session
God Knows, who is a National Ambassador for Culture Night
Launch of Galway 2020
Helen Marriage, creative director of Galway 2020, now officially launched
Culture Night with Leonard Slatkin and the RTÉ NSO
Leonard Slatkin, who will conduct the RTÉ NSO on Culture Night at the National Concert Hall
Review: 'Grease' at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Jim Sheridan reviews the musical 'Grease' at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
'clann' by Theresa Nanigian at the dlr Lexicon, Dun Laoghaire
Theresa Nanigian whose photographic exhibition ‘clann’ is at the dlr Lexicon
Emi Mahmoud, slam poet champion and UNHCR Ambassador
Emi Mahmoud, slam poet champion and UNHCR ambassador
Museum of Literature Ireland opens
Kay Sheehy visited the newly-opened Museum of Literature Ireland (MOLI)
'This Ain't No Disco' live
Emmet Kirwan, one of the performers in 'This Ain’t No Disco' live
A profile of Jethro Tull
Jim Lockhart profiles the British prog-rock band Jethro Tull
Loves: 'Great Expectations' by Charles Dickens
Patricia Gibney explains why she Loves 'Great Expectations' by Charles Dickens
'Beckett's Room' by Dead Centre with Mark O'Halloran at Dublin Theatre Festival 2019
Mark O’Halloran and Bush Moukarzel chat about 'Beckett’s Room' at the Dublin Theatre Festival
Tradition Now: curated by Geoff Travis at the National Concert Hall
Lisa O’Neill and Geoff Travis chat about Tradition Now at the National Concert Hall
Jackie Fox and John Meagher review 'Beneath The Eyrie' from Pixies, 'Charli' from Charli XCX and 'Days of The Bagnold Summer' from Belle and Sebastian
'Things We've Always Wanted To Tell You' by Scottee and friends at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Scottee and Felicia Olusanya talk about their show 'Things We’ve Always Wanted To Tell You',
'My Name Is Why' by Lemn Sissay
Lemn Sissay talks about his memoir 'My Name Is Why' (published by Canongate)
'The Dutch House' by Ann Patchett
Ann Patchett chats about her latest novel 'The Dutch House' (published by Bloomsbury)
Sarah Taaffe Maguire and Paul Whitington review 'Downton Abbey', 'Extra Ordinary' and 'For Sama'
Loves: silence and the music of JS Bach
'Oh When The Saints' author Peter Money explains why he Loves silence and JS Bach
Review: 'A Single Thread' by Tracy Chevalier
Siobhán Callaghan reviews 'A Single Thread' by Tracy Chevalier (published by Harper Collins)
Tara Breen, Laoise Kelly, Josephine Marsh and Nell Ní Chróinín on Music Network tour
Tara Breen, Laoise Kelly, Josephine Marsh and Nell Ní Chróinín, on a Music Network tour
'Irish Food: A Play' by JP McMahon at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
JP McMahon, whose 'Irish Food: A Play' is at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Winner of the 2019 RTÉ Short Story Competition in honour of Francis MacManus
Stephen O’Reilly, winner of the 2019 RTÉ Short Story Competition
'Vespertilio' by Barry McStay at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Barry McStay, whose play 'Vespertilio' runs as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival
'Extra Ordinary', a film by Enda Loughman and Mike Ahern
Enda Loughman and Mike Ahern, directors of the Irish film 'Extra Ordinary'
Review: 'The Testaments' by Margaret Atwood
Sinead Gleeson and Gerry Stembridge review 'The Testaments' by Margaret Atwood (published by Chatto & Windus)
'Rubberband', a lost album by Miles Davis
Ryan Quigley assesses the lost Miles Davis album 'Rubberband'
'It's Not About Love' by Megan Riordan at Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Aoife Spillane Hinks and Megan Riordan chat about their play 'It’s Not About Love'
RuthAnne in session
Singer/songwriter Ruthanne in session
'Beyond The Sea' by Paul Lynch
Paul Lynch chats about his latest novel 'Beyond The Sea' (published by Oneworld)
Review: 'How It Is (Part 2)' by Gare St Lazare/Coronet Theatre at the Everyman Theatre
Helen Meany reviews 'How It Is (Part 2)' at the Everyman Cork
'Play Like A Riot Grrrl, featuring Soak' at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Soak and Rossella Bottone in 'Play Like A Riot Grrrl' at the Fringe Festival
'The Josephine Hart Poetry Hour: Oscar Wilde' at the Abbey Theatre
Simon Callow and Merlin Holland celebrate Oscar Wilde at the Abbey
'The Brendan Voyage: The Music of Shaun Davey', a celebratory concert at the National Concert Hall
Shaun Davey, Rita Connolly and Mark Redmond - celebrating The Brendan Voyage
Cara O’Doherty and Chris Wasser review 'It: Chapter Two', 'Thank You Come Again' and 'Aniara'
'The Examination' by Brokentalkers at Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Gary Keegan and Catherine Cox discuss the Brokentalkers play 'The Examination'
'I dreamt I dwelt' by Dorothy Cross at Kerlin Gallery
Dorothy Cross gives a tour of her exhibition at the Kerlin Gallery – 'I dreamt I dwelt'
Review: 'Quichotte' by Salman Rushdie
Yvonne Nolan reviews 'Quichotte' by Salman Rushdie (published by Random House)
'GAA Maad' by Áine O'Hara and Vickey Curtis at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Áine O’Hara and Vickey Curtis, creators of the play 'GAA Maad'
Review: 'The Miami Showband Story' by Marie Jones and Martin Lynch
Ian Walsh and Judy Murphy review 'The Miami Showband Story'
Stanley Townsend, who performs 'Incantata'
Stanley Townsend, who performs 'Incantata' at the Gate Theatre later this month
Shortlist for the 2019 Booker Prize
Sinead Gleeson with a guide to the 6 authors on the 2019 Booker shortlist
'Making A Mark' by Mark Smith, Aisling Byrne and Shaun Dunne at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Mark Smith and Aisling Byrne discuss their play 'Making A Mark' at the Dublin Fringe Festival
'Nine Weeks', a play by Seán Kennedy at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2019
Seán Kennedy, creator of the play 'Nine Weeks' at the Dublin Fringe Festival
Review: 'Is There Still Sex In The City?' by Candace Bushnell
Edel Coffey reviews 'Is There Still Sex In The City?' by Candace Bushnell(published by Little Brown)
'Heyday: The Mic Christopher Story', a documentary by Alan Leonard
Alan Leonard, director of 'Heyday: The Mic Christopher Story'
Zara Hedderman and Simon Maher review “Monomania” from Join Me In The Pines, “Norman Fucking Rockwell” from Lana del Rey and “Twelve Nudes” from Ezra Furman
Review: 'If All the World and Love Were Young' by Stephen Sexton
Colm Keegan reviews 'If All the World and Love Were Young' by Stephen Sexton
'This Is Happiness' by Niall Williams
Niall Williams, author of 'This Is Happiness'
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