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Dee Laffan
After a decade-long absence from the Dublin stage, Marie Jones’ hilarious comedy play is back, but be warned, this show may contain hot flashes, laughter and Daniel O’Donnell fever, writes Dee Laffan.
10 April 2024 Living Life
A menu for mindfulness
Have you ever found solace in cooking dinner or baking bread? Then whet your appetite, and sharpen your skills with our top 10 classes, writes Dee Laffan.
3 April 2024 Living Life
Sweet sounds of summer
As musical acts, events and festivals kick off across the island in the coming weeks, we’ve picked out a few that are upcoming that we know will get you in the mood for summer, writes Dee Laffan.
Birds of a feather
Jim Wilson and Mark Carmody have had their eyes on Ireland’s bird population for years. Their new guide gives a wealth of information to help you achieve your birdwatching goals, writes Dee Laffan.
3 April 2024 Living Life
Bean & Goose: ‘we tell an Irish story with flavour’
Wexford company Bean & Goose creates distinctive and delicious chocolate, and it’s their efforts to do something special without compromising quality that has shaped their story, writes Dee Laffan.
27 March 2024 Features
Therapy reading: ‘I started the project for my own wellbeing’
Have you ever read a book that really left an impression? Author Katie O’Donoghue writes children’s books in which the stories go a lot deeper than they first appear, writes Dee Laffan.
27 March 2024 Living Life
Celebrating excellence in Irish food and drink
Eight awards were bestowed on producers, chefs and local heroes in the annual Irish Food Writers’ Guild Awards which took place last week.
6 March 2024 News
How fast is your fashion?
Investing in your clothes, it’s not just the money spent, but how you care for them that makes them last. Laura De Barra has a plethora of practical tips in her new advice bible, writes Dee Laffan.
28 February 2024 Living Life
Living Life: hunting for treasures
The Hunt Museum in Limerick is an iconic historical institution. Newly appointed director Teresa Crowley speaks about what makes the museum so special, writes Dee Laffan.
21 February 2024 Living Life
Living Life: 8 of the best arts and cultural festivals this spring
As we welcome in brighter days, arts and culture festivals are taking place across the country. Here are eight of the best for the weeks ahead, writes Dee Laffan.
21 February 2024 Living Life
The Front Row: Life of Pi and new exhibition opens in Dublin
As Life of Pi opens in Dublin, associate director Leigh Toney talks about the story and its stars, and the National Gallery of Ireland celebrates its 160th birthday, writes Leo Powell.
21 February 2024 Living Life
Garron Noone: 'follow me, I'm delicious'
Garron Noone has accumulated over one million social media followers with his witty commentary on Irish culture. His down-to-earth attitude is helping to cement his success, writes Dee Laffan.
14 February 2024 Features