David Donovan goes behind the scenes to co-op’s rehearsals to learn more about the annual production that is running throughout this week.
Ahead of this weekend, Saoirse Ní Scanláin talks to Will Rolfe of the festival’s production team and New Jackson ahead of their performance.
Last night, the Freemason’s Hall welcomed a Tudor-style debate organised by DU History and DU Players.
The zoology student and Chair of DU Zoology Society speaks about his passion for photography and blogging with The Typing TRex.
As students begin to slow down with Reading Week in sight, societies have taken no such approach with a jam packed line-up for the days ahead.
In association with the Bram Stoker Festival, this Sunday will see IMMA and Kilmainham Gaol travel back to the 1920s.
Launching today, the film festival seeks to engulf the city in a Halloween spirit through its gothic programme of events.
In its final day of running, the play, based on Roald Dahl’s classic, creatively takes inspiration from current affairs.
The Phil welcomed the international human rights lawyer to the GMB Chambers this afternoon to discuss the findings of his latest book.
With donations going to the Peter McVerry Trust, O'Doherty riffed on topics ranging from Mary Robinson to the author of Winnie the Pooh.