Madness Meets Musical, as TMT Does Mamma Mia in Twelve Hours

Trinity Musical Theatre Society will attempt an incredible feat this week, staging Mamma Mia 12 hours after auditioning a cast for the production.
By Molly Furey

Live and Local, at Hard Working Class Heroes

Aimed at promoting local talent, this year's lineup at Hard Working Class Heroes is bursting with variety.
By Alison Traynor

Alex Turner Enthralls, as Arctic Monkeys Hit 3Arena

Visiting Dublin on the back of their acclaimed sixth album, Arctic Monkeys transported the crowd to a world of Alex Turner's own making on Monday.
By Gabriela Grzywacz

Women on Wednesdays Take Thursday

The monthly showcase of female talent may have switched nights, but it's maintained quality.
By Michael Dooley

Meltybrains Hit Their Psychedelic Peak

Playing a one-off gig in the Abbey last night, Meltybrains challenged the very essence of what a gig can be.
By Céire Carey

Meltybrains Veer From Madness to Masterpiece

Playing a one-off gig in the Olympia on September 18th, Meltybrains offer something to every music fan.
By Michael Dooley

Performer of Passion David Keenan Hits the Right Notes

Despite his unabashed earnestness, the authenticity of Dundalk-born songwriter David Keenan ensures he never descends into cliche.
By Michael Dooley

TCDSU Asks Students for Trinity Ball Act Suggestions

Ents Officer David Flood says the move will ensure that the lineup reflects students’ music tastes.
By Donal MacNamee

At Body and Soul, a Space-Themed Science Gallery Installation

Festival-goers this weekend will be able to enjoy an excerpt from the Science Gallery's newly launched Life at the Edges exhibition.
By Jack Synnott

The Trinitones Take America

The band are reaching the end of their US tour.
By Molly Furey