James Gandon

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Bellair Estate, Ballycumber, Co Offaly

 It is difficult to describe the Bellair estate, about 4km from the village of Ballycumber in Co Offaly, as there is so much on offer that will a(...)

73 Ailesbury Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

The allure of Ailesbury and Shrewsbury roads still remains as two of the most prestigious residential addresses in the country. Earlier this year The (...)

Ireland is blessed with a myriad of cycling routes suitable for cyclists of all standards.

From epic rides along the rugged coast or over high mountain passes, to perfectly flat and leisurely spins along by lakes and canals, her(...)

William Ashford’s A View of Dublin from Chapelizod

You have to make your own entertainment during lockdown, Netflix notwithstanding. And so it was that I spent an afternoon recently trying to recreate (...)

RSCI, St Stephen's Green West

Not many have heard of the busiest firm in the capital who are remaking the city from grafton street to docklands Nearly everyone in Dublin know(...)

Susie Dent: ‘There has never been a golden age of English. Even in the era of Keats and Shakespeare, people complained about the abuse of language.’ Photograph: Stewart Williams

The Countdown lexicographer on a life-long love of languages, accidental fame and why ‘gobsHIte’ isn’t as Irish as we think In the dumbed-down w(...)

Lot 72 Jack B. Yeats, Early Morning, Glasnevin, €177,000–€295,000

A collection of Irish art and furniture from the estate of the late housebuilder Patrick Joseph Kelly will be auctioned by Sotheby’s in London on Marc(...)

A view of a new exhibition at Emo Court, Co Laois

Head to Emo Court in Co Laois for an exquisite exhibition of contemporary artwork on display throughout the neo-classical mansion designed by James Ga(...)

Lot 16 Western Landscape by Paul Henry is seeking €100,000–€150,000

The forthcoming Important Irish Art Sale of 205 lots by Whyte’s auction house, at the RDS on May 27th, will feature a large selection of works by Loui(...)

Bono in a  still from the film U2: An Cat Dubh.  Photograph:  IFI/Merry Doyle

For the first time in nearly 40 years, extended footage of U2 shot when they played the roof of an inner-city Dublin community centre in 1982 is to be(...)

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