Petition Launched to Save Bernard Shaw’s Beer Garden

A petition has amassed over 500 signatures after the popular Dublin pub was refused planning permission to keep its outdoor area.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

Silliness Meets Sincerity At Trinitones Summer Concert

Acapella group Trinitones offered a crash course in music through the decades at their last Irish gig of the year last night.
By Céire Carey

Rick Astley Performs Surprise Gig in Trinity Chapel

No. You're not being rickrolled.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

In Defence of Taylor Swift

Aisling Marren argues that people's aversion to Taylor Swift is ill-informed, flawed and often overtly sexist.
By Aisling Marren

Speaking With: Bicurious

One word crops up again and again when describing two-piece instrumental group Bicurious: confused.
By Michael Dooley

The Trinity Students Making their Mark on Dublin’s Cultural Scene

These Trinity students are making a name for themselves in the cultural sphere, all the while keeping up with a full-time degree.
By Molly Furey

Five Acts, One Trinity Ball Slot: Battle of the Bands Heats Up

Five acts will compete tonight in Whelan's for the chance to play this year's Trinity Ball.
By Michael Dooley

At This Year’s Choice Music Prize, RTÉ Botched Its Chance at Relevance

RTÉ's decision to award the Choice prize to an uninspiring band at the end of their career doesn't augur well for Irish music, writes Michael Dooley.
By Michael Dooley

Kneecap Escorted off UCD Stage After Chants of ‘Tiocfaidh ár Lá’

The Irish-language group, who will play Trinity Ball next month, were escorted off stage early at a concert in UCD this week.
By Orla Murnaghan

Dreaming of Jupiter: Ambi-Groovers With a Penchant for Pop

Up-and-comers Dreaming of Jupiter talk straddling genres and the importance of self-awareness to songwriting.
By Michael Dooley