As Tiger Dublin Fringe draws to a close, Siobhan O'Leary Ashford reflects on Joanne McNally's thought provoking addition to the festival.
Arianna Schardt reviews Alec Soth's latest photography exhibition, just finished its run in the Douglas Hyde Gallery.
As a first time attendee, Lee Jones investigates the diversity of performers on Slam Sunday's stage.
Jennifer Wilson investigates the appeal of enjoying your favourite films beyond the comfort of your living room.
Fionnuala Egan looks ahead to some of the best events on offer during the first week of term.
Annie Keegan reflects on Umbrella Theatre Company's latest visual storytelling experience.
As Tiger Dublin Fringe draws to a close, David Donovan looks at the festival's new take on a much loved classic.
After a showstopping Bowie tribute at Electric Picnic earlier this month, we talk to Aran O'Grady and Seamus Ryan of Trinity Orchestra.
Rebecca Wynne Walsh speaks to Jason Lynch of the Pav about how, from weddings to comedy gigs, the bar is at the heart of Trinity's – and the city's – social life.
Maryia Ditchkowska reflects on the MUN club's recent exploration of the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962