After a year of indulging in society life remotely, the heads of iconic Trinity societies contemplate the importance of their on-campus spaces.
Conroy’s second solo show examines the meaning of ritual, metamorphosis, and loss.
There’s lots going on in College as we navigate our way back to lectures.
The exhibition, “Painting & Memory”, opens to the public from September 4th.
Two Dublin-based artists discuss the challenges of dealing with creative fatigue
The recorded interview was shown in Front Square today.
The Irish author's third novel is a response to her detractors and makes a case for the sentimental novel.
The theatre scene – with dozens of Trinity graduates in tow – is bouncing back after months of lockdown.
Billed as an “audio cinematic experience”, the show offered a selection of Beckett’s poetry in both English and French
The co_op has launched a new project to assess societies' accessibility and inclusion.