By turns wildly funny and achingly sensitive, Holy Show – edited by Brendan Mac Evilly – is telling stories in different ways.
Labhair Diyu Wu faoin taithí a bhí aige agus an scánnán á thaifead aige, agus faoin nGaeilge sa chóras oideachais.
The IFI will give attendees an insight into French society – from Joan of Arc to modern stories of urban homelessness.
More welcome distraction from the mounting pile of assignments - this week is Rainbow Week and there's lots going on.
This year's Debut Festival is well underway, but if its first production passed you by, there's plenty of time to catch up.
Jonny Horn and Katie O'Connell have opened a plastic-free, chemical-free store in Blackrock Market.
Channel, set up by Elizabeth Murtough and Cassia Gaden Gilmartin, is publishing 'inherently political' writing about nature and the climate.
Pale Sister will run in the Gate Theatre until November 9th.
The film club will return for a 12th series showing four films focused on fashion after World War II.
Aisling O’Mara's Nothing But a Toerag will run in Bewley's Cafe Theatre all through November.