"Open Source Aran Sweater" is a project to create an archive of Aran knitting as part of the global initiative, Cut, Make, Do.
Do you know where your data is? Aisling Kelliher on data collection, inference engines and good old fashioned cookies.
Dublin Fringe Festival kingpins, The Company, reboot Aeschylus The Oresteia as a nightmare of social anxiety.
A radical approach to audience building: hide cassettes of experimental music at locations in rural England for anyone with a GPS device to track down.
Conductor, Stephen Barlow, on the acid colours of Benjamin Britten’s grim, The Rape of Lucretia, which tours in a new production from IYO.
Grassy acres of gurning dancers, TEDy pep talks & cava bars? Expect none of that at Enniskillen Beckett Festival.
Synesthesia, the politics of contemporary Ukraine and the legacy of John Field, with Wicklow-based pianist, Svetlana Rudenko.
Culture File brings its “storynet” (aka microphone) to Galway storytelling club, Moth and Butterfly, to meet instigator, Órla McGovern.
“A space to do our thinking out loud…with an audience,” is how Druid’s Thomas Conway describes the company’s program of rehearsed readings.
The power of the hive with Alys Fowler, whose next apicultural love letter of a book is being crowdfunded via internet publisher, Unbound.