Iseult Harrington and her daughter Ana Rosa González Harrington, who is eight, on the 10 kilometre-long dry river bed that is now a green walkway running  through  Valencia

Iseult Harrington is from Menlo just outside Galway city. She left Ireland in February 2009 and went to Madrid where she worked with the Instituto Cer(...)

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(...)

KiwiCo camps kick off online from June 22nd, and offer loads of free content for 3 to 11 year olds

AS SUMMER STRETCHES OUT AHEAD OF US WITH ACTIVITIES CURBED BY COVID-19, THERE ARE STILL PLENTY OF CHEAP AND CHEERFUL WAYS TO KEEP THE CHILDREN OCCUPIE(...)

Senator Ivana Bacik said 2018 would be a key year for women’s rights in Ireland because of the upcoming referendum on the repeal of the Eighth Amendment. Photograph: michaelbehan.ie

“We live in a culture where women are trying to make their voices fit into a space that is not constructed for the female voice.That’s the conversatio(...)

Arun Bakery features in a short film about Dublin’s food history

A TASTE OF SPAIN It might not be quite as good as being there, but the Spanish gastronomic workshops run by the Instituto Cervantes bring a real flav(...)

Spanish Wine Week: roll out the barrel.

A good glass of wine in Spain rarely comes without something small and delicious to eat served alongside, so it is excellent to see so many food-relat(...)

The Eaton Square property bought by Andrey Goncharenko with a Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians flag outside. Photograph: Joana Ramiro/RT via Twitter

A group of squatters has occupied an empty £15 million (€17.5 million) central London property purchased by a Russian oligarch in 2014 and opened it a(...)

Five evening masterclasses in regional Spanish food and wine for €125

Jamie Oliver caused quite a stir by including chorizo in his paella recently, and the world of Spanish gastronomy wasn’t slow to let him know the erro(...)

Monica Lavin: I think science and writing have to do with the desire to know. Science deals with objective truth, literature with relative truth. El Quijote taught us that

What made you a fiction writer? Curiosity, reading, a love for stories, the unknown, and desert turtle excrement. Desert turtle excrement? (...)

Flamenco dancer Jordan Souza from the Dublin School of Flamenco in the front square of Trinity College Dublin ahead of Culture Night 2015.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

There’s good news for arts and culture enthusiasts with dry weather expected this evening for the 2015 Culture Night as over 1,500 venues across Irela(...)

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