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With TAF, a Week Dedicated to Campus Creativity

Gillian Murtagh previews what we can expect this week from Trinity Arts Festival.
By Gillian Murtagh
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Nine Crows, a Small Company With a Huge Imprint on Irish Fashion

Nine Crows only opened in 2010, but its become one of Dublin’s most popular vintage clothing stores with their own creative agency.
By Conor Davage
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In Break From Electronic Tradition, The Kooks to Headline Trinity Ball

Iseult Deane looks at the acts from tonight's announcement, which revealed a mixture of home-grown and international acts and a diverse range of genres.
By Iseult Deane
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With Lit Soc, Learning the Way of Words

Brónach Rafferty reviews Lit Soc's “Around the World with Words”, which saw a coming together of languages through literature.
By Brónach Rafferty
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In Smock Alley, Dublin Theatre’s New Lease on Life

Will Dunleavy looks at Scene + Heard, Smock Alley's new festival that allows artists to stage unseen or experimental productions.
By Will Dunleavy
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Visuals, Installations and Glitter: A Preview of What The Ents Race Has to Offer

Carla King-Molina previews the events and nights out planned by the Ents candidates over the next two weeks.
By Carla King-Molina
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Joe Caslin Visits Vis Arts, Speaking on the Marriage Equality Referendum and the 1916 Centenary

Geordie Milne reviews Joe Caslin's recent visit to college and highlights what we can expect from the artist this year.
By Geordie Milne
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100minds Project, Choons for Childline Will Support Fresh Musical Talent

In Radius, Ellen Pentony previews "Choons for Childline", the 100minds project that has everybody talking.
By Ellen Pentony
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Into the Swamp with VDP’s Pantomime

VDP’s pantomime version of Shrek was one of the most entertaining nights of the college year.
By Sinéad Baker
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Trinity Come Dancing Leaves Audience Wanting More with River Dance Securing First Place

Imogen McGuckin reviews this years Trinity Come Dancing, relaying all the scores, sass and anecdotes from the night.
By Imogen McGuckin