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Want to Reduce Your Footprint? Dublin’s Sustainable Store Can Help

Jonny Horn and Katie O'Connell have opened a plastic-free, chemical-free store in Blackrock Market.
By Ruby Barrett
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Dublin’s Newest Literary Magazine is Changing Climate Consciousness

Channel, set up by Elizabeth Murtough and Cassia Gaden Gilmartin, is publishing 'inherently political' writing about nature and the climate.
By Aoibh Ní Chroimín
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In ‘Pale Sister’, Lisa Dwan Amazes But Ismene Disappoints

Pale Sister will run in the Gate Theatre until November 9th.
By Emer Tyrrell
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Sass Mouth Dames Film Club is Back – With Fashion in its Sights

The film club will return for a 12th series showing four films focused on fashion after World War II.
By Carla Meaney
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Bewley’s Cafe Lunches Just Got a Little Darker, With Nothing But a Toerag

Aisling O’Mara's Nothing But a Toerag will run in Bewley's Cafe Theatre all through November.
By Alannah Murray
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With Antigone – Or Pale Sister – Dublin Continues a Trend of Greek Myths

Following the trend of recent Irish productions retelling Greek mythology, the Gate shows the Euripidean tragedy Antigone, in the form of Pale Sister.
By Sophie Furlong Tighe
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Meet the Woman Putting Playwrights on a Path to the Stage

Pamela McQueen talks about how being a playwright went out of fashion – and then came back in.
By Emer Tyrrell
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Languages, Debate and Internet Security: Your Week Ahead

You can put off your essays a little longer – this week has lots to offer.
By Eimear Finan
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Telling Students’ Stories – The Same, But Different

In The Same, But Different, Niamh Barry allows students who have disabilities to tell their stories.
By Eimear Finan
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In Trinity, Margaret Atwood Talks Power and the Patriarchy

The author of The Handmaid’s Tale descended on the Exam Hall last night for an evening with the Hist.
By Martha Kirwan