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Lucia Kickham and Philip Connaughton: ‘I’ve probably been very close to death several times but managed to wake up the next morning and carry on,’ Philip says

What book do you keep returning to? Philip The book I return to – and it’s the same as my dad – is Bram Stoker’s Dracula. My dad would always ha(...)

 Rwan Magzoub, Assumption Senior Girls NS; David Chiuariu and Jamie Kelly Maguire, St Mary’s Boys NS. Photo: Paul Sharp.

A group of schoolchildren have just done what many people only ever talk about: they have finished writing their first novels. Fifth- and sixth-class(...)

Luas Cross City archaeologists uncover the skeletons of up to 1,700 cholera victims buried in two  trench graves near Grangegorman, in 2015.

Explore our exclusive online interactive map of Luas Cross City excavation work and findings on irishtimes.com What happens when you peel back the su(...)

At William Partridge’s graveside: Trade unionist Des Geraghty (left) said  Partridge, who died in 1917,  “exposed the atrocious living conditions of workers and their families in the whole of Dublin during his lifetime”. Photograph: Patsy McGarry

Trade unionist Des Geraghty has recalled how a Dublin Corporation study in 1903 established that “virtually 60 per cent of Dublin families, with an av(...)

Sarah Perry: “I find myself altered by illness and suffering. It comes to everybody eventually, and the trick is to use it in a wise and compassionate way rather than be miserable.”

It is always curious to see how writers will interpret their illness for the page. Doctors confine descriptors of pain and suffering to numbers: the f(...)

Cirque du Soleil’s  Varekai, which will be in Dublin in February.

It’s three hours before show time for the circus folk and on the stage of the empty AccorHotels Arena in Paris, a bald man in black clothes is suspend(...)

Love (2016) by Siobhán Hapaska.
Excavating old ideas

Excavations: Hughie O’Donoghue Oliver Sears Gallery, Dublin ***** It’s been a busy year for Hughie O’Donoghue. One Hundred Years and Four Quarters(...)

Matilda Balfe (5) from Dublin, enjoys the Winterval Festival in Waterford. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

New Year cheer Head to Dublin for New Year celebrations that last for three days and include ‘Luminosity’, a spectacular 3D light projection with opt(...)

15 Reuben Street, Rialto: plenty of potential

15 Reuben Street, RialtoDublin 8 This is a very central location that is becoming gentrified but at a slower rate than some buyers might have hoped.(...)

Temple Bar at night. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

1. The Gates to Hell Hell is shown on Rocque’s Map of Dublin for 1756 and links Fishamble Street to St Michael’s Hill and running through the south(...)

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