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Events: summer is coming
Anne O'Donoghue
With summer gradually getting underway, there are plenty of events happening and things to get out and do around the country, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
11 May 2022 Living Life
TR Dallas is back on the road again
With the arts and entertainment sector back in full swing, TR Dallas speaks to Michael Commins about getting back on the road.
4 May 2022 Features
Experience classical music up close and personal in Wicklow
In 2017 a long-held dream to establish a music festival in his native country was realised by Fiachra Garvey, an Irish pianist of international renown. It’s back for 2022, writes Leo Powell.
Celebrating Bealtaine on the Hill of Uisneach
Bealtaine traditionally marked the beginning of summer. Uisneach run a unique and authentic event to celebrate it.
29 April 2022 Living Life
Easter food news: super new tastes
From sensational sardines to Avoca's new range of coffee and rare whiskey, Irish producers are launching some interesting new products, writes Ilka Denker
13 April 2022 News
What's on: your April events guide
From kids to adults, there is an event for everyone in April. Get creative, go to a fashion show, see a musical or take a hike, but most importantly - enjoy this month, writes Ilka Denker.
13 April 2022 Around the country
Your St Patrick’s Day events guide – it’s been a minute
Dress up in green, put your party hat on and dance a dance of joy – St Patrick’s Day celebrations are back in full swing, writes Ilka Denker.
Fiddle making in Co Armagh
Fiddle maker Paul Bradley has been immersed in traditional music his whole life. He discusses Irish music and fiddle making, in conversation with Anne O’Donoghue.
9 February 2022 Features
How to celebrate St Brigid’s Day
St Brigid’s Day takes place on 1 February. Whether it’s making a cross or attending an online workshop, here are some ideas on how to celebrate.
28 January 2022 Living Life
Science Week hosted by Teagasc runs as part of the farming festival
No better time to dive into all things agriculture, environment and food, while taking a moment to learn, enjoy and contribute to the industry during Science Week, writes Ilka Denker
1 November 2021 Around the country
Entertainment: Leaves Festival returns to Laois
The 14th annual Leaves Writing and Music Festival takes place in the Dunamaise Arts Centre in Portlaosie this November.
29 October 2021 Living Life
Samhain: when the veil separating the world is at its thinnest
Between the autumn equinox and the winter solstice, Samhain, marks the period when the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead is at its thinnest.
27 October 2021 Features