A goddess-sized helping of quiet contemplation and raw beauty, with vocal trio, Sionna.
Join a platoon of mythic Celtic warriors fighting off a Nazi invasion of Ireland, with comic impresario, Rob Curley.
Bush Moukarzel, on how to fit Marcel Proust’s giant novel, Remembrance of Things Past, into a 50-minute theatre show.
The Book Doctors, otherwise known as Kim Harte and David Maybury, make a house call and prescribe a course of reading.
A new IMMA season of architecture-themed exhibits, talks, screenings and happenings asks us to consider how unconscious is The Everyday Experience?
Feel the force of Beethoven, in the company of students from St Mary’s School for Deaf Girls, Cabra, and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
Why the co-editor of the first Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland, Harry White, isn’t awaiting excitedly an electronic version of his magnum opus. (Part 4 of 4)
Do flash-in-the-pan girl band B*witched need to be immortalised by an entry in the first Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland? Most certainly says one of the new book’s editor, Harry White, them and Val Doonican. (Part 3 of 4)
The changing status of the harp and how to compare Gerald Barry & U2, with Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland editor, Harry White. (Part 2 of 4)
From A River of Sound all the way to Zozimus, with Harry White, one of the editors of the first Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland. (Part 1 of 4)
Just how Irish is Irish enough? On tour in Australia, Culture File diarist Philip McMahon rethinks Irish identity.
"I love trash" is the mantra of Sesame Street’s Oscar The Grouch, but it’s also a key phrase for Dublin artist, Sam Keogh.