A bloody triumph: The team behind Carrie the Musical

Siobhán Walsh sits down with the team behind TMT’s upcoming Musical: Carrie to discuss the cast, the crew, and the artistic decisions made.

In a year where studios seem bizarrely eager to hide the musical parts of their movie-musicals (looking at you Mean Girls…) it’s great to see that love for musical theatre is still alive and well. I was delighted to sit


Getting involved in the giving season with Childhood Cancer Ireland

Siobhán Walsh speaks to the Cancer Society about their Christmas toy appeal in partnership with Childhood Cancer Ireland

As the nights get longer and the days get darker (even more so than usual this year it seems), there are still some bright spots to look forward to. Christmas lights adorn the streets of Dublin, friends and family make


Home away from home: Part 2

Siobhán Walsh talks to two of Trinity’s cultural societies to discuss their goals and values, and how they can act as a home for those missing theirs

In Trinity News’s first issue of the year, the Societies team spoke to the Hispanic and Japanese societies on campus about what they offer Trinity students. Now, we’re following up with two more brilliant cultural societies: the Afro-Caribbean Society (ACS)


Home away from home: Part 1

Two of Trinity’s cultural societies discuss their goals and values for their societies

Sometimes it can feel like there are almost too many societies to keep track of. Some students might arrive in September with a handful of names in their back pockets. The Hist, The Phil, and DU Players are all some


Brands on social media are not people, and they are certainly not your friend

Consumerism is packaged so neatly into our lives nowadays that we barely notice it anymore, as brands on social media blur the line between business and the individual

The civil defamation case between actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard completely dominated social media in the early half of 2022. What was a deeply upsetting and personal case about alleged domestic violence in a disintegrated marriage became something