The cafe – known for its late opening hours closed – announced its closure.
The development of the bar and hotel has been delayed by coronavirus restrictions.
As part of the DruidSynge recordings, three of Ireland's most famous plays can be streamed. They offer a glimpse of Ireland in the 20th century.
POST– is a new, online magazine started by Trinity students. It's forward-looking, and it's not afraid of a little weirdness.
Lorna Marie Mugan, Normal People's costume designer, talks vintage clothes, the importance of place and Connell's famous chain.
Dublin’s fashion students – particularly designers – are facing up to a new set of problems during and after the pandemic.
Drama-based graduates from around Dublin – both performers and technicians – are plotting a new path in uncertain times for theatre.
Normal People's TV adaptation catapulted its cast to overnight fame. Many Trinity students were there, in the background, working as extras.
With 25 shows and 57 installation pieces, Resilience, an online festival from DU Players, shows a society thriving under lockdown's challenges.
Ireland's music scene has been turned upside-down by the pandemic. Its up-and-comers say they're having to get even more creative to thrive.