Taz Kelleher and Geraldine Carton, the founders of Sustainable Fashion Dublin, have taken their weekly flea market to Instagram.
The Brutalist developments of 1960s Dublin might not be pretty, but they're historically significant. They're disappearing at an alarming rate.
Sketches created by Irish artist Evie Hone, for her ‘Rose Window’ in Co Donegal, reside in Trinity's Arts Block. They're worth a look.
The Trinity graduate, a founding member of Trinity Musical Theatre, is the artistic director of Ireland’s newest musical theatre training company.
The writer–director – with two generations of grandmothers who went to Trinity – talks breaking taboos and being drawn to a sense of place.
In unprecedented times, Irish theatre has had to get creative to celebrate World Theatre Day 2020, releasing archived and fresh content online.
The model and author discusses body image, social image – and why it's important to back up your activism with facts.
Once the stylistic equal of socks and sandals, the mullet has has risen from the ashes to take Trinity by storm.
The frontwoman of Trinity's biggest new band talks about growing in creative confidence and writing music as a disability activist.
Stage management, a vital part of theatre-making, is a process shrouded in mystery. Those who do it say there's a lot to the job.