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Drag culture in Ireland

As drag culture is increasingly in the spotlight, Michelle Nicolaou uncovers its history within Ireland

Drag finds itself in new bloom as wider recognition of the art form, partly due to the popularity of hit shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race, has brought it to the forefront of pop culture. The very practice of drag creates

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Working on the Fringe

Martin O’Donnell sits down with Oisin McKenna and Colm Summers to discuss their current show Gays Against the Free State, the challenges of bringing a show to Fringe and the difficulties of students and graduates who pursue careers in the theatre.

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“It’s important that people employ both revolution and reform and I think, in fact, the tension between those methods is what brings about change.”


   Throughout history, people have worked consistently to effect political and social changes in societies throughout the

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Trinity hosts public forum on marriage referendum in lead-up to polling day

Although tensions occasionally surfaced, the debate was conducted in a very civil manner with four panelists speaking per side

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A public forum on the upcoming marriage referendum took place in the Edmund Burke Theatre yesterday evening. The forum was organised by Trinity College to encourage discussion amongst staff and students regarding the marriage referendum and the event was welcomed …

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Brendan Behan, auld pink triangles and a yes vote

Sam Ford, TCD student and Dublin tour guide, tells of his revelations in the run up to the Marriage Equality Referendum on May 22nd


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There are 12 bronze faces tucked away at the back of Saint Patrick’s Park that I pass by almost every time I’m leading a tour group: Jonathan Swift, Eilis Dillon, James Clarence Mangan, Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, William Butler …

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