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Feeling Restless, Milk. Are Back in the Studio

Tickets for Milk.’s 2021 UK and European tour are available now through the band’s websit
By Joe Coughlan
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In Latest Exhibition, Artists Rework the Architecture of the Douglas Hyde

The gallery reopened its doors last week with two solo exhibitions by Gabriel Kuri and Kirsten Pieroth.
By Lucy Sherry
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Trinity-Based Theatre Company Gift Horse Postpones Tour of ‘Tess’

The group was meant to tour the play from August 20th to 24th, visiting Waterford, Wexford and Kildare.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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With ‘Tess’, Gift Horse is Figuring Out Theatre in a Coronavirus World

The play will run from August 20th to 24th, and tour Waterford, Wexford and Kildare.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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How Carol McGill is Using Literature to Help the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

Entrants are asked to compose a short story of 500-1,000 words, to be submitted alongside an entry fee of €6.50 going to the DRCC.
By Emer Tyrell
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Through Letters, ‘Dear Ireland Continues’ Platforms the Voices of a Nation

The Abbey Theatre’s production is now available to stream free of charge on Youtube.
By Molly Longstaff
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With “Dislocation”, Skinner is Branching Out

Skinner's newest single, "Dislocation", came out in June.
By Joe Coughlan
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Mid-Pandemic, Jack Farrell Has Set About Reimagining Dublin Musical Theatre

Farrell’s production company released its first single, “Dangerous”, today.
By Gráinne Mahon
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Lockdown on the Box: Lecturers on Alan Parker’s Best Work

Prof Justin Macgregor and Prof Denis Murphy pick Alan Parker's highlights.
By Lucas Closs
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Kyoto Love Hotel on Mixing Pop Sensibilities and Lyrical Coherency

Joe Geaney, one half of Kyoto Love Hotel, says that their sound has a “pop aspect to it, but bordering on something else as well”.
By Joe Coughlan