Dublin Fringe Festival 2023: Hilarious new show about fashion, fame and the lengths some may go to keep the dream alive
Perhaps my tormentor flicks through our pages or scrolls through The Irish Times app during his lunch break. Well, when he least expects it, I’ll be waiting
Having spent most of his working life at Dublin Zoo, Gerry Creighton now travels around the world developing care and enclosures for elephants he describes as ‘intelligent, compassionate and kind’
Most physical therapists are not qualified to deal with stroke or cardiovascular rehab unless they pursue courses that crossover with physiotherapy
Dublin Fringe Festival 2023: This show feels like a history of Ireland but also a heartfelt ode to a fading country
Dublin Fringe Festival 2023: Play speaks to real feeling of selling city to highest bidder, only this time it’s funny
Dublin Fringe Festival 2023: An admirable scientific endeavour, but as a stage show it needs more innovation
Dublin Fringe Festival 2023: This Bluehouse production inspires a sense of wonderment in the everyday
You can’t remove the image of Kielty’s head spinning 180 degrees into a weird smile
From Belfast-set comedy The Lovers to compelling Japanese Netflix series Is She the Wolf?
Amid high rents and property prices, what is the end goal for twenty-somethings struggling to leave nest?
The treatment is certainly an experience worth trying to combat any pressing ailments – if you can endure -120 degrees
Everything you need to know about the DJ’s concert on Saturday, August 26th
Theatre: We’ve all seen phone filters before, and the show’s evolution might have shone brighter with more innovation around its use of ChatGPT
Everything you need to know about the band’s concert on Friday, August 25th