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Fight, flight and the concert pianist, with performance psychologist, Jaime Diaz.


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The bliss of having your own venue, as enjoyed by Dublin musical collective, Popical Island.


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The ancient glint of the golden section in music and painting, with artist, Maurice Quillinan.


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“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.


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The power of the hive with Alys Fowler, whose next apicultural love letter of a book is being crowdfunded via internet publisher, Unbound.


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Artist-engineer, Nora O Murchú, is using LilyPad to teach young girls to sew computers. Because that’s a thing.


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IMMA celebrates the work of Tropicália artist, Hélio Oiticica, with a participatory festival of food and fun. Artist, Fiona Hallinan, walks the garden with us.


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Artist, Isabel Nolan, guides us through the speculative world of her work “The Three Body Problem” - a story about an imaginary planet lit by three suns


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Irish artist, Isabel Nolan, on her solo show at IMMA, the Thomas Hardy inspired, The Weakened Eye of Day.


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Is it simple? Is it magical? Is it beautiful? Testing new children’s theatre with Galway company, Branar.


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If you think your latte takes too faffing long now, wait till you get a shot of 12-hour brewed “cold press” joe.


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Christine Tobin on what might attract “a jazzer” to simple, shiny Leonard Cohen gems such as Susanne and Famous Blue Raincoat.


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ID is the latest from Galway’s Blue Teapot, a company that works with people with a disability to produce theatre with unique perspectives.


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Mikel Murfi, who stars alongside Cillian Murphy in Ballyturk, on the real meaning of “secret theatre”.


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On the River Nore in 1905, among the waterway’s cots, punts and wherries, one vessel stood out: The Nore Lass.


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