Homegrown: Discovering Music / Discovering Dublin Dublin wears its culture proudly. Our streets boast plaques commemorating every Ulyssian step of Leopold Bloom, walls are emblazoned with Maser’s murals, and, at this time of year, we prepare for the annual Culture Night, when the city gets to showcase the best it has to offer.

Dublin wears its culture proudly. Our streets boast plaques commemorating every Ulyssian step of Leopold Bloom, walls are emblazoned with Maser’s murals, and, at this time of year, we prepare for the annual Culture Night, when the city gets to … Continue reading Homegrown: Discovering Music / Discovering Dublin Dublin wears its culture proudly. Our streets boast plaques commemorating every Ulyssian step of Leopold Bloom, walls are emblazoned with Maser’s murals, and, at this time of year, we prepare for the annual Culture Night, when the city gets to showcase the best it has to offer.

From the Inkwell: Interview with Vanessa Fox O’Loughlin Read. Read. Read. Write. Write. Write. Edit. Edit. Edit.

Vanessa Fox O’Loughlin is a notable author, literary agent, and the founder of The Inkwell Group. She is also the founder of writing.ie, a website dedicated to all things writing-related. These are only a few of her many accomplishments in … Continue reading From the Inkwell: Interview with Vanessa Fox O’Loughlin Read. Read. Read. Write. Write. Write. Edit. Edit. Edit.

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The Power of Wow: Interview with XNTHONY "The Power of Wow" explores the idea of the desperation to be liked, heteronormativity in a post marriage equality age, and fake authenticity.

Fresh from a successful run of the hit show DOUZE at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, XNTHONY (Anthony Keigher) is back in Ireland and ready to debut a new show at Dublin Fringe Festival this month. Since 2010, XNTHONY has been working … Continue reading The Power of Wow: Interview with XNTHONY “The Power of Wow” explores the idea of the desperation to be liked, heteronormativity in a post marriage equality age, and fake authenticity.

Six Questions With an Artist: Meg McIntire Classic Nickelodeon cartoons, vintage fashion and traditional Japanese woodblock paintings come together in McIntire's technicolor comic books.

Meg McIntire is a portrait and comic book artist, based in San Diego, California. Her first self-published comic, Butter 1, was released in 2012 and sold out entirely during its run. McIntire is known for her vibrant, technicolor style and … Continue reading Six Questions With an Artist: Meg McIntire Classic Nickelodeon cartoons, vintage fashion and traditional Japanese woodblock paintings come together in McIntire’s technicolor comic books.

“Outlying Islands” is an Outlier Beautiful, visceral and sensual, balancing severe sexual tension with themes such as isolation, youth and institutionalism.

This summer Sugarglass Theatre takes residence in TCD’s own Samuel Beckett Theatre, carrying their production of David Greig’s Outlying Islands across the pond from its 2016 run in New York. The play tells the story of two Cambridge-educated naturalists who … Continue reading “Outlying Islands” is an Outlier Beautiful, visceral and sensual, balancing severe sexual tension with themes such as isolation, youth and institutionalism.