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Chiara Viale’s Guide to Enjoying Life – Even Without a Happy Ending

Italian filmmaker Chiara Viale talks about her new film The New Music and how the spirit of punk informs her work.
By Gráinne Mahon
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Body and Soul, Jonathan Waterlow and the Future of Farming: Your Week Ahead

Week two is hopping – make sure to get out and about before essay season.
By Eimear Finan
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Young Talent B(l)ooms at the New Theatre

Written and directed by Trinity alumni, B(l)oom is a provocative feat of verbal theatre depicting a Dublin in disturbing decline.
By Gráinne Mahon
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Politics, KPOP and Package-less Cosmetics: Your Week Ahead

Ring in the new decade – and the new term – with an array of events run by Trinity's societies.
By Eimear Finan
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Rachael Lavelle is Finding Beauty in Songwriting Simplicity

Dublin songwriter Rachael Lavelle on the solitude of songwriting – and the value of creating music that listeners can connect with.
By Ellie O'Neill
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How Dublin’s Newest Literary Magazine is Welcoming the Unorthodox

Sonder, a new literary magazine in Dublin, has an ethos of accessibility and a fondness for the unusual, according to the duo who founded it.
By Martha Kirwan
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With Taifead, Eoghan Scally is Creating Space for Dublin’s Creatives

Eoghan Scally recently collaborated with former Horslips drummer Eamon Carr to create an immersive photo exhibition.
By Susie Crawford
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Crash, Bang – Thumper? Meet the Band Taking Dublin by Storm

Six-person band Thumper have made their mark on Dublin's music scene with a sound covered in fuzz yet still relatable to their growing fanbase.
By Joe Coughlan
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‘A Group of Friends in Tuxedos’: Trinitones Release First Single

The group have brought out a cover of Raglan Road by Luke Kelly.
By Danielle Varley
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Bowing Out With a Bang: The Gospel According to Otherkin

After seven glorious years, Otherkin have played their final notes together. The band talk about music, the future – and ending on their own terms.
By Joe Coughlan