Grace Jones

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The Warwick Hotel in Salthill, Galway, “the west’s alternative ballroom of romance”, undergoing demolition.  Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

The walls have come tumbling down at the Warwick Hotel in Galway where tens of thousands of people danced and sang and shifted their way through their(...)

NIGHTCLUBBING: Rachael Young and her badass band of super-humans embrace Afrofuturism and the cult of Grace Jones

People do strange things. In live art, the things are stranger still, although give it a while and some of them start to make a certain kind of sense.(...)

Philip Lynch: “A few months ago, after years of listening to CDs, I finally got around to buying a second-hand record player”

Here in Tasmania where vast tracts of our fragile wilderness have been razed by this summer’s devastating bushfires, rainfall is still a stingy affair(...)

Bell X1 leave the stage in Dublin. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

The trade accessories in Ruth Medjber’s Dublin photography studio are here for all to see: printouts, camera equipment, laptops, large background shee(...)

 Grace Jones: wonderfully confrontational. Photograph: Kevin Winter/Getty Images

There are surely people in the higher reaches of promoters MCD who are hoping Ireland’s long-standing heatwave and drought continues until their Summe(...)

Saturday, July 21 Walking on Cars Festival Big Top, Galway €43.55 giaf.ie Dingle five-piece Walking on Cars are taking on a pretty big stage at the G(...)

Róisín Murphy’s tweet revealed the personal and financial struggle that many artists are currently experiencing
Róisín Murphy: Our New VBF

“I’m crying a lot, tiredness. I feel like I’m banging my head against the wall. I make good and surprising records, I kill myself to make visual, in w(...)

Local paddling in wooden canoe, Volta River, Ghana. Photograph: Getty images

We hear the vigorous drumming – tap-tap-tum – before we enter the courtyard, just as a woman streaks across the bare earth floor, her arms outstretche(...)

Princess Beatrice wearing a Philip Treacy headpiece. Treacy has said he thought he would end up with his ‘head on a spike’ for his design. Photograph: PA

Irish hat-maker Philip Treacy has said he thought he would end up with his “head on a spike” for his design worn by Princess Beatrice at the royal wed(...)

 ‘Happy as Lazzaro’ speaks to the people of the Italian countryside with a sincerity that still allows flourishes of romanticism.

Imelda O’Reilly at L’Atelier To the headquarters of L’Atelier at the end of an exterior carpet – not up a red staircase, alas – that leads westwards (...)

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