Forget second-rate gifts fresh off the high street and impress with a quality present from one of Dublin's independent stores.
Emmet Kirwan and Ian Lloyd Anderson's performances are a feat to behold in the smash hit's revival on stage.
Come From Away will make its European debut in Dublin's Abbey theatre.
Sorcha Brennan talks to up-and-coming Taproot, Big Birds and Fíor Studios art collectives to find out why for young artists, there's safety in numbers.
In its 13th year, the Polish Film Festival hopes to further embed itself within the cultural fabric of Dublin.
Chic's concert was more akin to a huge, communal disco party straight from the 1970s than it was a gig.
Last night, College celebrated the renowned poet’s 90th birthday with readings and a peek at unpublished material.
Imogen McGuckin sat down with Christian Moore and Harry Downes, the creators behind new literary-prose magazine, Carta.
In the National Gallery, an assortment of Irish writers and musicians made plain the devastating financial pressures they face.
Commitments author Roddy Doyle and comedian Tommy Tiernan debated the purpose of comedy, and entertained with anecdotes.