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John Boyne and Paul Howard Split Sides at Hodges Figgis

Authors John Boyne and Paul Howard, better known as Ross O’Carroll-Kelly, delighted the audience with tales from their remarkable careers.
By Stephen Patrick Murray
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In Double Cross, an England of Vintage Radio and Bomb Raids

Thomas Kilroy's Double Cross is sprawling with ideas.
By Ian Macartney
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Humanising the Refugee Crisis

As part of Refugee Week, Trinity last night played host to a talk focusing on asylum seekers in Ireland, and their medical care and social rehabilitation.
By Catriona Paget
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At Frank-a-thon, an Endurance Test

Mary Shelley fans spent eight hours in the GMB yesterday listening to readings from her most famous work.
By Brian Moore
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Get Intimate at the Science Gallery

The Science Gallery's new exhibition challenges how we view human connection.
By Sorcha Brennan
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Jaws Resurrected in National Concert Hall

This evening, watch the horror classic complete with live orchestra accompaniment.
By Lauren O'Hare
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Paul Muldoon on the Barriers of Art and Language

Paul Muldoon planted himself in 'tricky and treacherous' ground last night, discussing the intricacies of cultural appropriation.
By Martha Kirwan
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On Halloween, an Interactive Cult Classic

On Wednesday 31st, Q Soc and DU Players will host an immersive screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
By Katie Dumpleton
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Paul Muldoon, Discrimination Discussion and Nightmare on Eustace St: Your Week Ahead

This week, there are more than just Halloween-themed events going on in Trinity.
By Molly Furey
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Irish Eclecticism at Metropolis

Day one of Metropolis festival in the RDS showcased a vibrant Irish scene.
By Michael Dooley