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Brigit 2022: Dublin City Celebrating Women

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Join in celebrating the contributions and achievements of women past and present on February 1st for Brigit 2022: Dublin City Celebrating Women. Drawing inspiration from the Celtic goddess Brigit (Brigid) a

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9 of the best Irish language movies

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From Irish podcasts, short films, theatre productions, closleabhair (audiobooks) and Irish language short films, there are so many things that you can enjoy (including Irish language movies!). Often, finding a shortlist of the top movies

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15 video games you can play in the Irish language

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Video games give people an outlet to let off steam or embark on an adventure. They allow us to explore countless worlds, battle alongside teammates and challenge our deepest emotions.

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9 Black Irish and Irish People of Colour to follow on TikTok

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Across all social media platforms both in Ireland and abroad, you’ll discover fantastic Black Irish and Irish people of colour who are making excellent content to suit all tastes. One

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Kids in Australia chant months of the year in Irish in heartwarming video

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If you grew up in Ireland, it’s more than likely that you came across the months of the year in Irish at some stage of your lives, but did you

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“Sol” scannán croíúil teilifíse do pháistí le feiscint den chéad uair um Nollaig

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Beidh ‘Sol’ Scannán croíúil teilifíse do pháistí fén dobrón le feiscint ar TG4 ar an oíche is dorcha sa bhliain. Is scannán spreagúil fé bhuachaill beag agus beidh sé le

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From 3D molding and video games to digital art: Meet Irish artist Clare_3C

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Clare Byrne (also known as Clare_3c) is an inspiring Digital and Traditional artist who grew up in Dún Laoghaire. The artist describes her story as being “non-linear” noting that she

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How perseverance helped Kerry writer-director Eoghan Hand discover his talents

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Director and writer Eoghan Hand is a Kerryman but when he was little he moved around between Tipperary, Cork and even the south of France before returning to the Kingdom.

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How growing up during the Troubles influenced this Irishman’s paintings

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When artist Greag Mac a’ tSaoir was growing up in Newry in the 1970s, it was a very oppressive society. Soldiers and the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) were everywhere, and

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Erin Duffin on celebrating Irish culture and the vibrant GAA community in Hamburg

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The feeling that one gets from being part of a GAA community is quite special. It’s something that unites people across the globe no matter their race, gender, background or

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