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.

Food News: celebration of the food and drinks of Mayo
Ciara Leahy
Regional food producers across the country are really coming together and this summer the spotlight in on Mayo, writes Ciara Leahy.
18 May 2022 Amii
Is the grand tour trip now a thing of the past?
The origins of modern day tourism are centuries old. People have travelled to learn, to relax and to escape but will the affordable travel we have become accustomed to last?
18 May 2022 Features
Holiday at Home: one Coole castle in Fermanagh
The McKeevers took a trip to Fermanagh for their Holiday at Home this year. The verdict of the little people? Thumbs up; but let’s get more water activities in the next time.
’If the walls could talk’ - tales from Blessingbourne Estate in Fermanagh
To set yourself up for the history and heritage of Co Fermanagh, where better to start than with a family soaked in history themselves, the Lowrys of Blessingbourne Estate.
18 May 2022 Features
Legal Matters: farm worker - employee or self-employed?
Agri-solicitor Aisling Meehan responds to a reader's query regarding workers' rights for employees and self-employed people working within agricultural services
18 May 2022 Features
Journalist turned sheep farmer stuck in the middle with ewe
Holly Crawford’s new book is a traditional love story, just with added sheep. She discusses moving from England to a Northern Ireland sheep farm in conversation with Anne O’Donoghue.
18 May 2022 Features
From the Civil Service to crime thrillers
With her youngest starting school, Amy Cronin had more time. So she decided to pick up on a chapter of a novel she had written 10 years previously. That book is now on shelves, writes Anne O'Donoghue
18 May 2022 Living Life
Know your holiday rights
Flyers Beware! Knowing your consumer rights is the new holiday essential. The Consumer and Competition Protection Commission (CCPC) has this advice.
18 May 2022 Consumer
Welcome to a week in the country
Find out what caught the eye of the Irish Country Living team this week.
18 May 2022 Features
Carrers: Beefing up on a career in auctioneering
Parents pave the career path for some but for others it may be burning ambition or the way that opportunity knocks. In Fionn Sherlock’s case it all started with a calf. Writes Marianne Heron
18 May 2022 Careers
Denny Fitz: strife- and strikes- on the golf course
The annual golf classic often feels like more trouble than it’s worth; not least when the winners’ legitimacy will be questioned, writes Denny Fitz.
18 May 2022 Features
Return of round-robin to All-Ireland hurling
The round-robin format brings more excitement and drama to the All-Ireland hurling championships.
18 May 2022 Sport