Rent – a tale worth telling

The Trinity Halls annual musical was a taste of what this year’s crop of fresh young talent has to offer in the world of theatre

Rent debuted last night and will perform again tonight as this year’s Trinity Halls Musical. With almost a full house, there were high hopes for this student-run production of the much-loved musical. The Halls musical is put together every year …


The great charitable escape: Jailbreak 2019 launch

Jailbreak, a charity event organised by Cumann Gaelach, DU Amnesty and VDP which sees students race across Europe, launched last night

Last night marked the official launch of Jailbreak 2019, an annual fundraiser organised by Cumman Gaelach, DU Amnesty and Trinity Vincent de Paul society (VDP). The event consists of a race to a mystery location or ‘location X’ which is


Two acts, one big success

DU Players’ ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ is a Tuesday evening triumph

Last night saw the second performance in a five day run of DU Players’ production of Richard Bean’s ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ directed by Imo Redpath and Neil O’Flanagan. Set to the backdrop of a sitting room scene reminiscent of


MASI ethnic leadership panel

A frank conversation on the real issues at hand

Wednesday’s evening lecture marked the third day in this year’s ‘Empowerment Week.’ This is an initiative run by the Students Union in an effort to encourage individuals to take action on issues they feel passionately about. This event was focused


Societies: navigating a versatile landscape

With an overwhelming number of societies to join, it’s key to remember what you want most out of college

Every year, whether you’re a Fresher or a returning student, the anticipation of Freshers’ Week builds up to five days of events and nights out that start the academic year with a bang. Possibly the most lively event is the

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Feminist literature unwrapped

A sit down with Irish author Louise O’Neill

Louise O’Neill, a critically acclaimed Irish writer hailing from Cork, visited the GMB last night courtesy of FemSoc and LitSoc. The author of “Asking For It” and “Only Ever Yours” was a humble and gracious guest who made it clear …

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A true battle of sound and soul at Tramline

Dearbhla Morgan reports on the the versatile final heat of Trinity’s Battle of the Bands, with each band seeking a spot on Trinity Ball’s main stage

“This is the best attended soundcheck we’ve ever had.” This was directed to the small group of people who were the first to arrive at the venue for the final heat of Trinity’s Battle of the Bands competition.

When doors

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