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Trinity’s New Film Master’s Sets Budding Screenwriters Up for Success

Justin Mac Gregor will soon launch a new master's in film. He says now is the ‘perfect time’ to master the craft of screenwriting.
By Michael Archer
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With SugarKissAngel Hill, Players and TFM Deliver Drama Over the Airwaves

Now on its last episode, SugarKissAngel Hill – a collaboration between Players and Trinity FM – is an engaging story with super voice acting.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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Normal People Week 3 Recap: Pride and Insecurity Rear Their Heads (Again)

Connell and Marianne rekindled their relationship last night, before circumstance – and poor communication – separated them once again.
By Holly Moore
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In the Project Arts Centre, Theatre That Thinks About What Comes Next

For Cian O’Brien, the artistic director of the Project Arts Centre, theatre's future is up for grabs. This, he says, brings opportunities as well as risks.
By Emer Tyrrell
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With Dear Ireland, The Abbey Tells Tales of a Shrunken World

The theatre is staging an online festival with 50 plays – an experience that's disconcerting, exhausting and occasionally magical.
By Sophie Furlong Tighe
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Dublin’s Ghostprint Are Crafting Thoughtful Melodies in Lockdown

Having built an impressive reputation in a short space of time, Ghostprint have just released an EP, The Bluest Blue, that sees them in pensive form.
By Joe Coughlan
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Normal People Week 2 Recap: A Sligo Betrayal, (the Start of) a Trinity Truce?

Episodes three and four of Normal People aired on RTÉ last night – with a masterful depiction of young love in all its raw clumsiness.
By Gráinne Mahon
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Lockdown on the Box: Lecturers on Films (and Series) for a Pandemic

Stuck for something to watch mid-pandemic? Trinity's film lecturers have got you covered, offering prime cuts of TV and film to get you through.
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Normal People Recap: Sublime Direction, Lashings of Sex, But No Trinity – Yet

Episodes one and two of Normal People aired on RTÉ last night – and delivered a masterclass in directing and adolescent dynamics.
By Stephen Patrick Murray
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Lockdown Literature Part III: Books to Watch Birds By

In the third – and final – part of our Lockdown Literature series, more Trinity lecturers give you reading inspiration.