Karen Power

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Oisín Whelan and his mum Catherine. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A teacher sweeps into the classroom, tells the pupils to take out a certain textbook, turn to page 25 and start writing out answers to question three (...)

Composer Karen Power: The  performance in Heuston train station was true to the spirit of the Fluxus movement.

A man is joyfully jumping up and down. On a grave. He is cheering, savagely, fists raised. “In your face,” he shouts. “You are gone. I’m still here.” (...)

Waterford in the south-east was founded by the Vikings in 914AD and claims to be Ireland’s oldest city.

First up on Alanna Gallagher’s whistlestop tour is the Déise capital Waterford in the south-east was founded by the Vikings in 914AD and claims to (...)

“Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” asks men (and women) to put on high heels and walk a mile at one of three venues in Dublin, Cork and Galway in aid of Women’s Aid and Concern.

“Are you man enough?” That’s the challenge from Concern and Women’s Aid for their upcoming fundraiser. “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” asks men (and women)(...)

John Wilson: ‘takes the players of the RTÉCO to a new level of responsiveness. They sound like a better band when he is in charge’

There is nothing like competition to keep people on their toes. Or so we’re told. But when it comes to the larger end of the orchestral reperto(...)