The song 'Cedarwood Road' on U2's new album was inspired by Bono's childhood address. He grew up in Number 10, and current occupant Tom Ryan provides a warm welcome to curious visitors. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Guillame Cousson of Riuchi performs 'The Tale of the Ancient Lights' . The show mixing circus, magic, dance and led lighting technology runs at the Project Arts Centre from Sep 16 -20 as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Artist Amanda Coogan discusses her collaboration with Dublin Theatre of the Deaf in ‘You Told Me To Wash And Clean My Ears’ at the Project for Tiger Dublin Fringe. The show coincides with Irish Sign Language Awarenes Week. Video : Bryan O'Brien
After seven years in Stoneybatter, art and music space the Joinery is set to close its doors in coming weeks. Video: Darragh Bambrick
With more than 60 members over a 60-year period, The Drifters take their Optimum tour to Ireland from October 24th to 27th. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Entitles ‘Moving Objects' the exhibition showcases current international work from members of the Inrenational Acadamy of Ceramics. It takes place in The Printworks in Dublin Castle from 8th to the 14th of September. Video: Daniel O'Connor
More than 200,000 spectators turned out to see a street extravaganza featuring a giant granny by French theatre company Royal de Luxe in Limerick this weekend. The event was the highlight of Limerick’s year as City of Culture. Video: Fusionshooters
Sean Reynolds, curator of Mountjoy Prison Museum shows us some of its very unusual exhibits and brings us into the prison's execution chamber, known as the 'hang house' which was last used in 1954. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Author Karl Whitney talks about the lengths he went to to research his new book, Hidden City: Adventures and Explorations in Dublin.
A new exhibition in New York seeks to rebrand the villainous, unsexy ginger male stereotype through a series of photographs portraying a wide array of attractive red-haired men. Video: Reuters
David O'Doherty and Chris Judge have collaborated on a new book 'Danger is Everywhere'. They answered some tough questions for The Irish Times. Video: Darragh Bambrick
'HippopoThames' is the creation of renowned Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, who is best known for his 'Rubber Duck' installation which saw a giant yellow duck sculpture bobbing along bodies of water around the world. Video: Reuters
Stephen Berkoff has brought his play, The Actor's Lament, to the Gaiety Theatre. Opens Sept 1st - Sept 6th. Video: Darragh Bambrick
People gathered at Seamus Heaney’s grave beside St Mary’s church in Bellaghy, Co Derry on the first anniversary of the Nobel laureate’s death to pay respect with poems and private prayers. Video: Alan Betson
Highlights of Electric Picnic 2014, where 41,000 people crammed into a field for the annual arts and music festival. Video: Niamh Guckian & Daniel O'Connor
The party is almost over in Stradbally - here's some drone footage of sunset at the Picnic.
The Mindfield spoken word arena in Electric Picnic is where you'll find an oasis of readings, political debate, performance poetry, science experiments, inspiring talks, news quizzes, public conversations and much more.
They're long, short, straggly, tidy, but all homegrown. Beards are the ultimate accessory at this year's festival.
Drone footage of the site on the third day of Electric Picnic 2014
A view from above as Hozier is welcomed home by the biggest crowd of the weekend. Video: Sky Tec Ireland