Published: May 8th 1982Photograph by Paddy WhelanIrish actors and Irish locations are practically a permanent fixture on international television thes(...)

Dublin Metropolitan Police, dockers and Jacob’s factory workers in a re-enactment of events at the State commemoration of the 1913 Lockout on O’Connell Street, Dublin on Saturday. Photograph: Dara MacConaill

Exactly 100 years after Jim Larkin addressed supporters from the balcony of Dublin’s Imperial Hotel, a new generation gathered to hear him speak again(...)

Thousands lined O’Connell Street this afternoon to commemorate the 1913 Lockout in which an estimated 20,000 workers and 300 employers were invloved. (...)

Police charge during the transportation strike in Dublin in 1913. Photograph: Getty

Thousands of people are expected to line the streets of Dublin this afternoon for the official State commemoration of the Dublin Lockout. President Mi(...)

Mayo’s largest Gathering celebration, “In Humbert’s Footsteps”, a re-enactment of the 1798 invasion of Ireland by French forces, took place in Castlebar yesterday.  Photograph: Michael McLaughlin

Mayo’s largest Gathering celebration, “In Humbert’s Footsteps”, ended yesterday with a re-enactment in Castlebar. Members of Le Garde Chauvin histori(...)

Best Man Everyman Theatre, Cork**A best man’s speech is “a cover-up story”, suggests one character in Carmel Winters’ new play. Alan should know: a st(...)