Aisling Bea

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Protesters march to the Dublin City Council offices in protest against the proposal to build a 114 room hotel around the Cobblestone pub in Smithfield, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Well done. You’ve almost made it to The Day Itself. As we prepare to close the door on another insufferable dose of a year, it can be helpful to draw (...)

Aisling Bea’s This Way Up explores loneliness, co-dependence and the smaller ways politics impact our lives. Photograph: Amy Lombard/The New York Times

When it comes to comedy, there is little Aisling Bea can’t turn her hand to. After training as an actor, she began performing standup in her mid 20s a(...)

Aisling Bea stars in the new Home Alone reboot from Disney and does it with a convincing generic English accent.

Actor and comic Aisling Bea is a Kildare woman, like myself. Unlike me – raised practically on the Dublin border – she’s from Kildare Town in the hear(...)

The following is a taste of some open days to look out for in Ireland’s universities: Technological University Dublin/TU Dublin When is open da(...)

Attention attire – Multiseason coat,€290

“It’s only waste, if we waste its potential.” This is the mantra of The Upcycle Movement, a platform founded by interior designer-cum-circular fashion(...)

Aine (Aisling Bea) and Shona (Sharon Horgan)

With season one of This Way Up (Channel 4, Wednesday), Aisling Bea cornered the post-Fleabag market in irreverent comedy streaked with poignancy. In a(...)

Riverdance: The Animated Adventure – the Irish elk turn out to be pretty nifty dancers

It was inevitable that Riverdance would be made into a movie. The stage show has been going strong for much of the 25 years since the night in 1994 wh(...)

Angela Scanlon: ‘It’s quite unsettling to always feel like you’re torn between two places all the time.’ Photograph: Julien Behal

The presenter on feeling Irish through and through, the excitement of live TV and finding an upside to lockdown When she moved to London six yea(...)

From arts and media to politics and law, it’s the graduates of all-girls Catholic schools who are blazing a trail for independent women. Photograph: Marvin Recinos/ AFP/ Getty

The convent school prefect is having a moment. From arts and media to politics and law, it’s the graduates of all-girls Catholic schools who are blazi(...)

Irish comedian Aisling Bea plays Áine, the protagonist of This Way Up

Irish stars Michael Harte and Aisling Bea both claimed prizes at the British Academy Television Craft awards on Friday night. Ms Bea, from Co Kildare(...)

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