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Category: Culture

Artist Elida Maiques on becoming an Irish Mammy and Ireland’s rich, abundant wildlife

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Meet Elida Maiques, an artist and creative who lives in Wicklow. For many, the concept of Irishness, identity and acceptance can be a long journey full of questions. But for

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Kerrywoman Clodagh Finn on writing about women in Irish history

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Author Clodagh Finn has always been inspired by stories, particularly around the landscape that she grew up in, in Kerry. Her family, particularly her dad and her Auntie Mary, were

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Closleabhair: 13 Irish language audiobooks you can listen to for free online

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From Irish podcasts, short films, theatre productions and more, there is plenty of content from the arts and creative world that you can enjoy online right now. But let’s not

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Three full Irish stage productions of J. M. Synge’s masterpieces free to watch now

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If you find yourself constantly scrolling through videos and unsure of what to watch, why not get a slice of something different with these amazing stage productions straight from the

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Meet Galway-based Tour Guide and Cultural Heritage Writer Marteen Lane

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Ireland is a country renowned for its rich culture and heritage, its stories and fascinating history. And, thankfully, there are many people who are working hard to keep our great

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Colourful, creative and virtual Cruinniú na nÓg launched for young people of Ireland

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Celebrating youthful creativity by creating together but staying apart, Cruinniú na nÓg’s line-up for 2020 has been announced. Wicklow County Council today revealed their Cruinniú na nÓg lineup which features celebrity chef

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Do you KnowYour5K? New initiative invites locals to share insights on hidden heritage of Ireland

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A new initiative called ‘KnowYour5k’ has been launched from the Heritage Council and National Museum of Ireland and invites the Irish public to share their discoveries and insights about the

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100 Archive project uncovers the impact of design on Irish life over the past decade

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A fascinating archival project by 100 Archive has revealed the impact of design on life, business, culture and society in Ireland over the past decade. Map Irish Design is a

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Six Irish short story competitions and awards that are still open for submissions

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With hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland now unemployed, many are looking for a way to occupy themselves during this difficult time. One such way is through writing short

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Meet the Irish folklorist preserving our stories for future generations

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If you grew up in Ireland, then chances are that you’ve heard about the wondrous tales of the likes of The Children of Lír and The Salmon of Knowledge, but

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