Tucked neatly along Francis St, the cafe boasts picnic-worthy lunch dishes accompanied by a sufficient supply of coffee.
Anastasia Fedosova speaks to four of Trinity’s first-year drama students about their experiences learning to make theatre online.
The fiction podcast features four episodes released throughout June and streaming on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
The show was performed by Hatch Theatre Company and filmed in The Everyman Theatre as part of the Cork Midsummer Festival.
The Reverie festival takes place from the 21st-24th of June across DU Players' social media.
Louise Nealon interrogates classism in Irish society and the challenge of staying connected to one’s roots in her debut novel Snowflake.
The hit adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel aired last year.
Through DUCG, students can work on client projects with the aim of helping companies from various industries solve problems.
The ‘Future Cities’ series – organised by Trinity Development & Alumni – ended with a talk between CEO of Human Future Jonathan Reichental and Prof Anna Davies.
Filming for 'Harry Wild', which stars Jane Seymour in the titular role, will take place at the Graduates Memorial Building, Parliament Square and the Anatomy Building.