Beidh an t-imeacht ar siúl idir 4 i.n. agus 6 i.n. i dTéatar Maxwell, ar Déardaoin, an 22ú Lúnasa.
Slavoj Zizek, Lenny Abrahamson and Emma Donoghue are also included on this year's speaker lists for the Phil, the Hist and Law Soc.
Located in Temple Bar, the Cauldron offers a unique experience – albeit at a cost.
Shiftings, the now-completed exhibition in Pallas Projects in the Liberties, is at once coherent and unexpected.
Its food is great, but V restaurant needs to have more confidence in its plant-based abilities, writes Elliot Milofsky.
Choy-Ping Clarke-Ng and Grace Morgan are set for the Abbey, with their play selected to feature in the theatre's Young Curators Festival.
The Fair Lady Vintage Bazaar brought vintage enthusiasts flocking to St Stephen's Green for a celebration of ornate clothing and jewellery.
Om Diva's summer residency programme is giving Irish designers some much-needed visibility.
For Trinity student Jordanne Jones, acting offers the opportunity to tackle important societal issues.
Trinity graduate Tim MacGabhann talks about class consciousness and why Donald Trump is nothing new – 'just a bit ruder'.