Annie Keegan reviews the “promenade piece” running as part of Celtic Twilight, which takes its audience on a unique and surprising tour of the city.
DU Players's free annual festival, with a new focus on Irish writing, began today, and runs until Sunday.
Eight under-twenty-three-year-olds aim to raise €1 million tomorrow for Ireland’s homelessness charities.
Nine students respond to the collections of the National Museum of Ireland with performances, photographs, readings & film.
Rachel Kidd sits down with entrepreneur and CEO of AsIAm.ie, Adam Harris, to learn more about his work for the Irish Autistic community.
Experts including Trinity Professors and journalists will discuss the social themes in classic science fiction works including 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The first performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah by Dublin University Choral Society since 1977 left a little to be desired.
Gender theorists, theologians and students debated feminism’s relationship with the state last night.
Shauna Donnelly previews Future Composers, which "explores the full sonic range of new Irish composition in a unique, immersive surrounding".
The city centre hosts events for all types of interests.