The singer-songwriter, activist and general curmudgeon discussed Christmas songs and the rise of anti-intellectualism.
This month, the Bernard Shaw is playing host to a unique food market with an amazing variety of hearty soul foods to suit all.
Rebecca Wynne-Walsh learns how Dublin’s Christmas markets inspire a sense of community through diversity and inclusivity.
The director talks about directing Neil La Bute's Tony Award-winning play and her role as a visual artist.
This week will also see Law Soc host Jingle Law the Way, and TAW turn the GMB into a mini Christmas market.
After a busy week of productions culminating in last night’s 24 hour musical, Grace Meagher learns more about the society’s ongoing events and efforts to become more inclusive.
Yesterday at 12pm, the Swedish brand launched their first store in Ireland to the public, just in time for the Christmas rush.
Last night, the Phil assembled to discuss the artist's brand of feminism and the limits of her success as a global icon.
Last night, Visiting Writer Fellow for the Oscar Wilde Centre for Michaelmas Term addressed an eclectic gathering in Trinity.
The combination of a Cork nightclub, DJs and plenty of alcohol produced an event that catered for both the naughty and the nice.