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Michaela Coel: ‘I feel like I only want to work with people who feel comfortable speaking their mind.’ Photograph: Wulf Bradley/The New York Times

The city of Edinburgh, Scotland, was the epicentre of a powerful energy pulse on August 22nd, 2018 – not the kind that precise scientific equipment ca(...)

Agnes O'Casey: ‘It’s so rare and lucky to be able to hear your great-grandad’s thoughts and feelings. I feel like I have a relationship with him.’ Photograph: Pip Bourdillon

Agnes O’Casey recalls her childhood was “like having two lives”. For the most part, she had a relatively normal upbringing as the daughter of hospital(...)

Cush Jumbo: ‘The reality is that actors wish they could choose jobs.’ Karsten Moran/The New York Times

Even virtually, Cush Jumbo’s energy enters the room before she does, which is at a run, with the force of someone just ejected from a cannon. “I don’t(...)

Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemons in I’m Thinking of Ending Things. Photograph: Netflix

Casting practices in films shot here raise questions about equal opportunities for women in the film industry in Ireland. By allowing the double-sta(...)

 Jason O’Mara:  “When things go well all the other disappointments, setbacks and losses fade away. So we learn from the losses and celebrate the wins. That’s when it’s not just a sport it’s a lesson for life.” Photograph: Mchael Tullberg/Getty Images

My introduction to rugby came as a child through my father. He brought me to several matches including a Leinster Schools Cup final involving Clongowe(...)

Leaving Cert students will have fewer questions to answer and greater choice in their written exams this year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Leaving Cert students will have fewer questions to answer and greater choice in their written exams this year under changes announced on Tuesday eveni(...)

Next Stage is offering interactive singing, dance and drama for ages four to 14 with an at-home performance for family on the final day of the course.

It has been a long year. Children have spent much of the past 12 months away from their friends – not going to school and also not participating in cl(...)

Pat Burke: a passion for all forms of theatre

Actor, teacher, drama director, scholar and writer Pat Burke, born on May 6th, 1943, in Johnstown, Co Kildare, was a “man for all seasons” (to borrow (...)

Moore St. Dublin 1972

Last year, 76-year-old retiree Michael Foley uploaded a number of beautiful old photos of Moore Street fruit and veg traders and their customers to Fa(...)

James Stewart talking to his imaginary rabbit while  Peggy Dow, as a nurse, and Charles Drake, as a doctor, look on, in a still from director Henry Koster’s film, Harvey. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

It was an old late-night black-and-white film on television that took me back to long-ago Halloween times in our house. I watched James Stewart play(...)

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