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Dance the Night Away at Midnight Disco’s First Birthday

Midnight Disco turns the ripe old age of one and offers a very promising night out.
By Andrew Connolly
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Watch the World End with the Science Gallery

With zombies, nuclear warfare and contagious diseases, the new exhibition at the Science Gallery is an ode to all things apocalyptic.
By Ciara Haley
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The King of Dublin’s Seafood Scene

Klaw's Niall Sabongi is taking on the big fish of Dublin's seafood market.
By Lorna Reid
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At SpeaQeasy, Profound and Touching Student Poetry

Students gathered under dim lighting to share their poetry and prose, exploring themes of sexuality, depression, self-destruction and love.
By Charlotte O'Reilly
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The Revolution has Begun, and Dublin’s Shops are Leading the Way

Skinfull Affairs showcased an alternative to fast fashion at a much-hyped event.
By Niamh Farrell
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Girl Song, a Perfectly Orchestrated Production

Emma Martin's latest production is a must see for its elegance and style.
By Paraic Mc Lean
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‘Tradition Now’ Festival Brings Trad Back to the Future

Backed by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Beoga successfully married two worlds at their October gig.
By Niamh Keane
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LitSoc’s ‘Series of International Events’ Will Offer a Host of Worldwide Literature

LitSoc’s “Series of International Events” aims to bring global literary culture to Trinity students.
By Shauna Donnelly
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Deer Walk, Caffeine and Casual Drawing: Your Week Ahead

Here's a run through of the must-do activities and events this week.
By Charlotte O'Reilly
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Don’t be a Pillar of Perfection, Niall Breslin Tells Trinity Audience

Niall Breslin's talk focused on his own struggles with mental health and his advice to others.
By Muireann Nic Corcráin