Irish Country Living from the Irish Farmers Journal has all the latest entertainment news from around the country. Browse our selection of articles including in depth entertainment news from Ireland and abroad. Read about your favourite music artists and sport stars.

Style tips and a treasure trove of theatrical style
Caitríona Bolger
With tips from a personal stylist and a tip-off on a thrifty sale happening this weekend, here is all you need to know if updating your wardrobe this spring.
25 March 2023 News
Courses to develop practical skills in the Burren
For those interested in developing their practical skills, ‘Common Knowledge’ offers courses in building, making, and mending, in a hands-on experience in Co Clare.
22 March 2023 Features
‘I've got this great idea for a farming programme’
Despite her parents doing their damndest to put her off journalism, Nicola Weir was not for turning. Her latest endeavour BBC radio show Farming Matters is not short of topics.
The protracted nature of grief
Although people are resilient, being faced with reminders of a loved one gone from our lives can bring that same pain back as strong as the day it was first felt.
22 March 2023 Amii
Good Causes to support around the country
We have people representing Ireland in the U.S and Africa in this round-up of good causes, writes Caitríona Bolger.
22 March 2023
Caring for families through the night; a pleasure and a privilege
Agnes Horan is a night nurse lead with the Irish Cancer Society. She lives in Kenmare, Co Kerry and her work takes her from west Cork to west Kerry. In conversation with Caitríona Bolger.
22 March 2023 Features
Agri Careers: Life and business with Blaise Brosnan
Blaise Brosnan has authored three books – so far – that offer a practical guide for navigating life and business. Caitríona Bolger writes.
22 March 2023 Careers
Margaret Leahy: a heartfelt tribute to Brian Donnelly
Without the work of US politician Brian Donnelly, the Irish living and working in America might never have had the right to return home, writes Margaret Leahy.
22 March 2023 Features
Ann Devine: whatever floats your boat
There were tensions surrounding the ‘artistic direction’ of this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade in Kilsudgeon. Literally, writes Colm O’Regan
22 March 2023 Features
A bump in the road: where do you stand under an M20 compulsory purchase order?
If your farm is on the route of the proposed M20 that will link Limerick and Cork? Do you know where you stand under a compulsory purchase order (CPO)? Tadhg Dorgan and Maura McNally explain.
22 March 2023 Features
Folklore: the timeless long ago
As the clocks spring forward this weekend, folklorist Shane Lehane reflects on our ancestors’ relationship with time.
22 March 2023 Features
ET or ICSI – what should I know?
Specialist in embryo transplantation and intracytoplasmic sperm injection, Hans Hurkmans, explores the considerations and average costs of ICSI and embryo transfer
22 March 2023 Breeding