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A Trinity Graduate’s Road to Director in Residence at the Abbey

Colm Summers, who studied drama studies and history of art and architecture in Trinity, reflects on opportunities that led him to where he is today.
By Anastasia Fedosova
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Trinity’s Musicians Emerge from Turbulence into Triumph

Three of College's brightest musical talents have emerged from the pandemic more sure about themselves and their musical futures.
By Charlie Hastings
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Luncheonette: A Gallery Café Firmly in the Right Lane

You might go to the Hugh Lane Gallery for the art, but you’ll stay for the food.
By Kate Burke
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The Trinity Hall Musical is Back with a Bend and Snap

This weekend’s performances of ‘Legally Blonde’ served as a post-pandemic celebration of music, joy and fun.
By Nia Willis
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Painting War: Conrad Frankel’s Solo Show for Ukraine Relief Effort

20 per cent of the sales from the 'War Paint' exhibit at the Oliver Cornet Gallery will go to the Irish Red Cross.
By Louisa Celine Klatt
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Writers on the Weight of the Trinity Literary Legacy

Prominent voices from Trinity's writing community are resisting the pressure to fill the boots of the College's literary legends.
By Molly Longstaff
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Marrying the Physical and Digital in Art

Louisa Celine Klatt speaks to Lynda Devenney and Trinity’s Sara D. Muthi about their relationship with the concept of embodiment.
By Louisa Celine Klatt
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Student Theatre Makers Flock to Galway for the Irish Student Drama Awards

The 2022 ISDA festival opened on March 28th and will run until April 8th on NUIG campus in Galway.
By Sáoirse Goes
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Five Dublin Literary Events to Distract from Your Dissertation

If you want to feel scholarly without doing any work, look no further.
By Flora Moreau
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Five of the Best: Trinity Ball Through the Years

Tinie Tempah and CMAT will next month join a lengthy list of those who've had the honour of performing in the hallowed halls of New Square.
By Clara Roche