The Natural History Museum is putting on special tours this summer which allow vistors to touch the animals on display. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Minister for Tourism Paschal Donohoe unveiled the Molly Malone statue this afternoon, July 18th at her new home in front of the Saint Andrew’s Church tourist office, where she will wheel her barrow until 2017.
The epic Irish tale of Cúchulainn and Queen Maeve is reimagined in the hip hop theatre version of The Táin. The production runs at The Milk Market, Limerick, from the 20-25th of July. Video: Daniel O'Connor
US artist Kurt Perschke’s sculptural installation is at Spanish Arch in Galway as part of the Galway Arts Festival. Video: Robert Canavan
Dublin-centric prints and textiles have moved beyond tack to beautiful design. Here we speak to Clare Grennan of Irish Design Shop, Rubio of Hang Tough Framing and Kate Ó of RetróEire about this trend of industry as art. Video: Kathleen Harris
Veteran broadcaster Bill O' Herlihy said an emotional farewell to audiences last night following his last programme as anchor of RTÉ's soccer coverage. A tribute video was produced featuring Enda Kenny and Robbie Keane amongst others. Video: RTÉ
As the Galway Arts Festival gets underway, we get a sneak peek as the artists put the finishing touches to the gallery space. Video: Daniel O'Connor
The Galway Fringe Festival is a multidisciplinary Arts Festival encompassing visual art, music, theatre, dance, literature, cabaret, street spectacle and events. IThe festival runs from the 12th - 28th of July. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Enda Walsh’s intense new play brings together an all-star cast of Cillian Murphy, Stephen Rea and Mikel Murfi. Are they looking forward to being put under ‘tremendous strain’ by Walsh? Video: Landmark Productions
In 1974, farmers in the Chiinese province of Shannxi, while digging for a fountain, found the tomb of Emperor Qin Shihuangdi, with a huge, life- size army of naturally crafted teracotta warriors inside. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Anna Carey meets with Dublin teens Lia Cummins, Anna MacNeil, Laura McDunphy and Aoife Mitchell to talk about why John Green's The Fault in Our Stars is so popular among young adults.
A Modern Panarion features contemporary artists whose works resonate with ideas central to the belief system of The Theosophical Society. The exhibition is at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane until September 7th. Video: Daniel O'Connor
A first World War museum opened at the weekend in Bob’s Bar in Durrow, Co Laois, devoted to Jack Moyney, a sergeant in the Irish Guards regiment, who was awarded the British army’s highest honour, the Victoria Cross, in 1917. Video: Alan Betson
Aria-singing bananas and more feature in a series of pop-up opera performances around Dublin this weekend, presented by Wide Open Opera as part of the Dublin City Public Art Programme. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Zambia's Barefeet Theatre company and young people from across Ireland danced their way through Temple Bar today, July 3rd as part of a nationwide tour organised by the National Youth Council of Ireland.
A €10 million Claude Monet painting, which was damaged in 2012 when a man allegedly put his hand through it, is back on display at the National Gallery in Dublin after 18 months of extensive conservation work.
Set in an imposing redbrick warehouse on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Rhythms of a Port, intertwines the stories and memories of dockworkers and boatmen with personal reflections. Video: Darragh Bambrick
A Francis Bacon small-format triptych of his lover George Dyer made what Sotheby's called a "landmark" price of £26.7 million ($45.4 million) yesterday, in a contemporary art sale that surpassed estimates and set new records. Video: Reuters
Artist David Booth discusses his work with nudes, thoughts on legacy, and bringing the canvas to life. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Rodrigo y Gabriela returned to Grafton St earlier today. The duo made their name here in Ireland before taking the world by storm. They are set to play the National Concert Hall tonight (24th June). Video: Darragh Bambrick