Review

Providing Space for Literary Creativity to Flourish, Cave Writings Returns

Last night, the Cave welcomed readings from Will Fleming, Sean Pearson and Jenny Moran among others.
By Michela Curcio

A Triumphant Spectacle of Human Emotion: West Side Story Comes to Dublin

Last week the Bord Gais Energy Theatre played host to the Olivier award-winning production of classic musical.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

From Beauty and the Beast to Blade Runner, Spend Some Time in Trinity’s DVD Library

Trinity's DVD library isn't just for film students. If you have a spare hour in Trinity, why not pay a visit and watch some classic films.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

Entry into General Science to be Restructured for New 2018/19 Students

Students filling in their CAO will choose from four new strands. The change comes as part of the Trinity Education Project.
By Eleanor O'Mahony

European Court President, Koen Lenaerts, Speaks to Law Soc About European Law and Empowering Citizens

Koen Lenaerts has been President of the European Court of Justice for just over a year and spoke about the importance of the court in Europe.
By Brónagh Kennedy

Brexit, Band Aid and the Boomtown Rats: Bob Geldof Speaks to Law Soc

The singer-songwriter, activist and general curmudgeon discussed Christmas songs and the rise of anti-intellectualism.
By Jenna Clarke-Molloy

Speaking with Jessica Aquila About Beauty and the Reasons to be Pretty

The director talks about directing Neil La Bute's Tony Award-winning play and her role as a visual artist.
By David Donovan

Puppets and & “Purpose”: Trinity Hall Warden Enjoys Avenue Q, His Last JCR Musical

The JCR performed the famously risque Avenue Q to a packed out audience in Trinity Hall last night.
By Dominic McGrath

Trinity Cancer Society Defeat Mature Students to Claim Victory at University Challenge

The evening provided an eccentric approach to the traditional table quiz format.
By Grace Meagher

A More Mature Metropolis Lives Up to the Hype

With performances from Girl Band, Grace Jones and Crystal Castles, this year's festival provided some of the best musical moments of the year.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin