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First Line of Duty tour launches in Belfast

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SPOILERS FOR LINE OF DUTY Fans of BBC of the popular police drama might be missing the action from Superintendent Hastings, Detective Inspector Arnott, and DI Fleming but good news

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First Irish language film selected by Sundance to premiere in 2024

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KNEECAP will have its world premiere at the renowned Sundance Film Festival in Utah next month.

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Richard Gorman – Living Through Paint(ing) exhibition opens at the Hugh Lane Gallery

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Hugh Lane Gallery is presenting a survey exhibition by Richard Gorman in collaboration with the Contemporary Art Museum of Villa Croce, and Oriental Art Museum E. Chiossone, Genoa, Italy. The

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Part Two: 32 reasons why Ireland should be on your bucketlist

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Welcome to part two of why Ireland should be on your bucketlist. For this inspiring list originally written in 2018, I reached out to fellow bloggers and came up with

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Portrait of Dublin’s First Female Lord Mayor Kathleen Clarke commissioned

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The Lord Mayor of Dublin Hazel Chu last week announced that a commission for a portrait of Kathleen Clarke, the first female Lord Mayor of the City, has been awarded

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Art and Soul: Major art fair to feature Ireland’s largest display of sculptures

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Art and Soul, Ireland’s first major post-lockdown art fair is set to feature the largest collection of sculptures displayed on the island. The Holywood International Art and Sculpture Fair Art

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How Paddy Donnelly tells stories through Irish language illustrations

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If there’s one thing that we’re not short of in Ireland, it’s creativity. And that’s exactly what Irishman Paddy Donnelly has showcased through his breathtaking Irish language illustrations and captivating

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Illustrator Charlot Kristensen on creating empowering Black comics

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Author and illustrator Charlot Kristensen is originally from Denmark and grew up in a mixed family with a Danish dad and a Zimbabwean mom. She found her artistic streak at

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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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National Museum celebrates Strzelecki – a forgotten Polish hero of the Great Irish Famine

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The National Museum of Ireland – Country Life at Turlough Park in Castlebar, Co. Mayo, is hosting a fascinating exhibition about the life of Paul Strzelecki – a Polish humanitarian

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