Queerness, Ghosts and The Act of Translation: A Conversation with Seán Hewitt

Andrea Bergantino sits down with the author to discuss and review his latest work.
By Andrea Bergantino

There’s More to the Science Gallery’s ‘Invisible’ Than Meets the Eye

Explore the intricacies of dark matter and dark energy at the Science Gallery Dublin’s new virtual exhibition.
By Louisa Celine Klatt

With SOFIA, Palestinian Ambassador Discusses Conflict and Coronavirus

The Society for International Affairs hosted Her Excellency Dr Jilan Abdalmajid this week in a spirited discussion about colonisation and annexation.
By Claire Molloy

RTÉ’s Illuminations Shines a Hopeful Light On the Dark Months Ahead

With contributions from John Boyne and Paula Meehan, Illuminations poignantly reflects on the experience of lockdown.
By Gráinne Mahon

An Unlikely Blend of Humour and Trauma at ‘In One Eye, Out the Other’

The production was live-streamed from the empty Smock Alley Boys’ School on October 24th.
By Molly Longstaff

‘After the Silence’ is More than Just an Entertaining Thriller

Set on a remote island in the wake of a young woman’s mysterious death, Louise O’Neill’s new book takes you into the sordid side of intimate relationships.
By Anthony Bradley

Author Emma Dabiri Addresses the Science Gallery’s Virtual Book Club

This two-hour discussion of literature and lived experience saw the acclaimed author attend the book club to discuss her work.
By Rebecca Deasy-Millar

Online, DUPA finds a New ‘Home’ for its Signature Exhibitions

Friends and fans of DUPA can enjoy a pandemic-fuelled exploration of what it means to feel at home, in its first virtual exhibition.
By Hana Gallagher

Voici Crêperie and Wine Bar: A Slice of Brittany in Rathmines

The recently opened creperie and wine bar has brought the indulgent French delicacy to Dublin, with both sweet and savoury options on offer.
By Julia Quilligan

At Dublin Theatre Festival, Deirdre Kinihan’s ‘Embargo’ Blurs Moral Lines

Fishamble’s latest production 'Embargo' was streamed live from the Pump House at 7pm last night, bringing Dublin Theatre Festival 2020 to a close.
By Ailbhe Noonan