Arts & Culture

The rise of Irish spoken word poetry

Aoife Coyne explores the growing popularity of spoken word poetry currently experiencing a surge thanks to climate change, the housing crisis, and a global pandemic

For many of us, the newfound excess of spare time we have on our hands has resulted in extra hours of mindless scrolling. However, if you’re looking for some online content that will feed the soul, look no further than

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Nollaig na mBan: A night of women’s literature

The Irish Writers Centre celebrated Nollaig na mBan by bringing together some of Ireland’s most talented writers and performers

Traditionally, the 6th of January, Nollaig na mBan, was the day when the woman of the house would finally put her feet up after all the turkey basting and sprout peeling of the Christmas period and her husband would take

Arts & Culture

How Give Us The Night are challenging the status quo

Sunil Sharpe from Give Us The Night talks about Ireland’s outdated approach to nightlife, the cultural value of clubs and changing legislation

It is no secret that the sorry state of nightlife in Dublin has been a topic of heated discussion in recent years. The closure of some of the city’s most treasured venues such as Hangar, District 8, and most recently