Co-founders Harry Williams and Oscar Verdon defend the new real estate society, insisting that their main intention is to help students find jobs after they graduate.
The venue has been closed since March and is unable to open due to social distancing measures that will curb its box office earnings.
Trinity’s societies made noise at the height of this summer’s Black Lives Matter protests, but now they’re figuring out how best to fulfill their virtual promises.
During lockdown, the company asked established and aspiring playwrights for 600-word scripts that explored the human experience of the current historical moment.
The expansion of the ethical brand during lockdown is symptomatic of a broader pushback against fast fashion.
The play is part of the company’s annual festival that is running online until July 23rd.
The cafe – known for its late opening hours closed – announced its closure.
The development of the bar and hotel has been delayed by coronavirus restrictions.
As part of the DruidSynge recordings, three of Ireland's most famous plays can be streamed. They offer a glimpse of Ireland in the 20th century.
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