Pedal karaoke, whin bush rockets and a Bin Boat: meet the Belfast artist and engineer whose crazy creations have wowed Glastonbury, Electric Picnic and Venice Biennale
Pair sued organisers and security firm for assault, wrongful arrest and false imprisonment
The Lean in 15 fitness guru is on a crusade to change the way we think about food
Mike Hadreas found fame with songs about his messy history with drugs, alcohol and sex abuse. Now he’s focusing less on darkness and more on beauty and magic in the world
The JNLR survey is out. What does it tell us about our listening habits?
Consider every weekend until the end of May as practice sessions for getting yourself festival fit for the summer
Bananarama were the biggest girl group of the1980s. Can Siobhan, Keren and Sara recapture their glory days?
Film and TV studios need to learn the lessons of the music industry if they want to stop illegal streaming
Food from from 14 countries served at event as Ireland embraces food truck culture
Comments come after Electric Picnic sells out in less than five minutes, ahead of lineup announcement
Homelessness rises alongside increased affluence in the capital’s tale of two cities
The first tranche of acts is announced hours after the festival sells out
The music festival is due to announce its line-up at noon today
Too few women playing Ireland’s big music festivals – and too many excuses
Promoter Festival Republic reports music fans spent €26m around Laois annual event
Are you trailer trash material? Put your design skills to work at this year’s festival
No room for misty-eyed accounts of society in ‘The Creative Quarter’
Thanks to synaesthesia Lucy McKenna experiences the world differently to most people, and now, following a stint at Cern, she’s trying to explain huge questions in science with art
Students seek support from chaplains over stress rather than faith guidance
Accused had gained €7,000 as a result of the fake ticket scam, court is told
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