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The Front Row: a theatrical treat to return
Leo Powell
Although Girl from the North Country has just finished its run in Dublin, it returns to the stage in Belfast early next year, and comes highly recommended by Leo Powell.
10 August 2022 Living Life
The stage to the screen and beyond with actor Stephen O’Leary
Stephen O’Leary always enjoyed acting, but never saw it as a career. Now, from the stage to the screen and a feature film on the horizon, his star is certainly on the rise.
10 August 2022 Sport
Sport grieves for Dillon Quirke
Dillon Quirke's death is a tragedy felt throughout the country, but his memory will live on.
Royal County crowned champions
After a rough start, Meath kept their cool to win their second All-Ireland Ladies' SFC Final. Denis Hurley reports.
3 August 2022 Sport
A twist on tradition with the Kilfenora Céilí Band
30 years on from the newest chapter of the Kilfenora Céilí Band starting under current leader, John Lynch, the band has stayed true to tradition while adding strings to its bow, writes Anne O’Donoghue
3 August 2022 Living Life
The Kingom are rulers once again
With Kerry's win in the All-Ireland Championship last weekend, Denis Hurley reminds us that the season is only just getting started.
27 July 2022 Sport
From milking cows to making music with Bryan Murphy
Bryan Murphy left his job milking cows to pursue music one year ago. Since then, he has made quite an impression on the Kerry’s music scene and beyond, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
27 July 2022 Living Life
Four festivals taking place this weekend
From arts festivals to garden festivals, there’s plenty on this weekend around the country to keep everyone busy.
22 July 2022 Living Life
Limerick are nearly-men no more
From past heartbreaks to winning streaks, Limerick have overcome their reputation in search of the three-in-a-row.
20 July 2022 Sport
Seán Mulkerrin, the Island man
From dancing shoes to football footwork, Seán Mulkerrin has always had famous feet. He speaks to Anne O’Donoghue about music, injury and the logistics of getting to training from the Aran Islands.
20 July 2022 Living Life
Your good causes to support around the country
With the country packed full of charitable events and good causes, Anne O’Donoghue has a flavour of what’s going on.
No hurlers like the hurlers on the ditch
Sometimes the harshest criticism comes from those closest to us, and sport is no different.
13 July 2022 Sport