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“Courage, Failure and Taking Risks”: Marina Abramović Speaks to the Phil

The renowned performance artist discussed her unique career trajectory, perceptions of performance art, and holding her own in a tough craft.
By Paul Glynn
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Michael Stone on the Future of Players

Will Dunleavy sits down with the self-professed “Dad” of DU Players, who recently completed his term as Chair, to discuss the role of the society and Trinity's drama scene.
By Will Dunleavy
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Richard Gere on Time Out of Mind

Jennifer Wilson reviews the special screening of Gere's 2014 film as part of the Dublin International Film Festival.
By Jennifer Wilson
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Preview

Lán le Turais, Ceolchoirmeacha agus Ranganna Rince, Níl Críoch leis an Spraoi le linn Seachtain na Gaeilge

Tugann Jamie Ó Siochrú cur síos ar na himeachtaí ilchineálacha a mbeidh ar siúl i rith Seachtain na Gaeilge 2016.
By Jamie Ó Siochrú
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Evanna Lynch on Veganism, Luna Lovegood and Playing an Advocate for the Weird

The Harry Potter star spoke to the Hist earlier today, focusing on her role as an animal rights activist.
By Arianna Schardt
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Irish Times Theatre Awards: The Winners, The Losers, and the “Egregiously Overlooked”

Will Dunleavy reflects on the nominees for this year's Irish Times Theatre Awards.
By Will Dunleavy
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PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi is “Changing How We Make Money”

The company's CEO received the Phil's honorary patronage.
By Daniel O'Brien
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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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Feature

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