Theatre has been hit hard by the pandemic. For recent Trinity graduates, it has brought challenges – but many are making waves even in lockdown.
Transcending Time, an exhibition by Aoife Dunne, sees the visual artist bringing her van around Fingal for those who want to view it.
They've worked with Girl Band's Daniel Fox and their latest single sees them at their abrasive best. Bullet Girl show no sign of slowing down.
In the last two episodes – aired on RTÉ last night – Connell and Marianne find happiness before an ending that's subtle, profound and powerful.
The journalist has just released a podcast – edited by Trinity student Ellie O'Neill – that explains every aspect of direct provision in Ireland.
Episodes nine and 10 see Connell and Marianne at their most vulnerable, in a graceful and devastating depiction of mental health struggles.
Fashion statements in Trinity are changed irreparably. But students are still trying things out in lockdown – with decidedly mixed results.
Trinity student Niamh Barry, known for her student documentaries has just released her first book of photos – set in Boston.
We're in lockdown, but Naoise Jo – a Dublin-based designer – is making waves with a brand ethos of bringing ‘a little joy to whoever wears it’.
After a breakup that hurt both Connell and Marianne, episodes seven and eight show them attempting to navigate a new kind of relationship.