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An Ornate Archetype of Venetian Character, the Museum Building

Holly Brown investigates the high level of ornament on the exterior of campus’s most elegant structure.
By Holly Brown
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On the Beaten Track: the Peacock Theatre, the Abbey’s More Experimental Counterpart

Daniel McFarlane explores the lesser known theatrical institution renowned for its more controversial productions.
By Daniel McFarlane
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Capturing Unobserved Moments in Daily Life, Samuel Laurence Cunnane

The photographer is currently displaying a series of prints in the Trinity-based Douglas Hyde Gallery that illustrate his uniquely observant eye.
By Holly Brown
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Preview

Light House Cinema Welcomes the Multifaceted Work of David Lynch

Robyn Kilroy looks ahead to the festival that hopes to prove David Lynch as more than just a director of the grotesque and peculiar.
By Robyn Kilroy
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The New Musical Theatre Society on Their Ambitious Production and Enjoying Their Craft

Brian Donnelly talks to Mairéad Hughes, Chairperson of Trinity Musical Theatre Society, as the society prepares for its first musical: West Side Story.
By Brian Donnelly
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Understanding the Implications of Lost Pieces for Well-Known Writers

On Thursday, LitSoc welcomed Eadaoin Lynch to read Blacklegs, the lost play of Louis MacNeice.
By Chris Joyce
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Preview

A Contemporary Reimagining of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull

Corn Exchange’s presents The Seagull at Dublin Theatre Festival, set in pre-revolutionary Russia.
By Annie Keegan
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Exploring Mental Health Through the Eyes of a Child, Every Brilliant Thing

As part of the Dublin Theatre Festival, Pavilion Theatre presents the worldwide premier of this intimate production.
By Bríd Nolan
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Speaking with

Raglans on Moving Beyond the Irish Indie-Rock Scene

Stephen Kelly of Raglans talks to Saoirse Ní Scanláin about the band’s recent triumphs ahead of today’s release of their EP, Again & Again.
By Saoirse Ní Scanláin
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Supersonic: Documenting Oasis’s Journey into Mainstream British Culture

Released today, Killian Barry reflects on the documentary that traces the evolution of Oasis and their unique sound.
By Killian Barry