The power of the hive with Alys Fowler, whose next apicultural love letter of a book is being crowdfunded via internet publisher, Unbound.
Artist-engineer, Nora O Murchú, is using LilyPad to teach young girls to sew computers. Because that’s a thing.
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.
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
Irish artist, Isabel Nolan, on her solo show at IMMA, the Thomas Hardy inspired, The Weakened Eye of Day.
Is it simple? Is it magical? Is it beautiful? Testing new children’s theatre with Galway company, Branar.
If you think your latte takes too faffing long now, wait till you get a shot of 12-hour brewed “cold press” joe.
Christine Tobin on what might attract “a jazzer” to simple, shiny Leonard Cohen gems such as Susanne and Famous Blue Raincoat.
ID is the latest from Galway’s Blue Teapot, a company that works with people with a disability to produce theatre with unique perspectives.
Mikel Murfi, who stars alongside Cillian Murphy in Ballyturk, on the real meaning of “secret theatre”.
On the River Nore in 1905, among the waterway’s cots, punts and wherries, one vessel stood out: The Nore Lass.
How d’ya like them apples? A growing band of Irish cider producers are encouraging us make cider “the wine of Ireland.”
Unexpected couplings and translated messages the latest from Hiberno-Norwegian choreographer, Liv O’Donoghue, Hear Me Sing Your Song.
Bringing sounds to the silent city in 3epkano’s latest creation, a new score of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis.