Karen Power

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Setting up a shot from Benedict Schlepper-Connolly’s Dust. Photograph:  Kip Carroll

“If I wanted to do this I wouldn’t have started from here.” It’s such an obvious point that nobody has actually yet bothered to make it to me about an(...)

Composer Karen Power certainly gets about. The 18 pieces on her new album feature field recordings made in Australia, Cambodia, Crete, Laos, Namibia, (...)

There has been an increase in the number coronavirus cases in the coastal town of Skerries, according to local residents. Photograph: iStock

Several sports clubs and a restaurant in a town in North Co Dublin have ceased activity due to a rising number of confirmed Covid-19 cases among the l(...)

Derek and Karen Power with their children Olivia and Thomas.

Sitting on the bathroom floor rocking through a panic attack while reading the back of a limescale remover bottle was not my idea of a pleasant aftern(...)

Richard Proffitt’s installation May the Moon Rise and the Sun Set at UCC’s Dept of Music in Sunday’s Well forms part of the festiva

The modest citizens of Cork may wish to avert their eyes from the Crawford Art Gallery during this year’s Midsummer Festival when The Fig Reveal strip(...)

Kate Ellis: celebrating women composers

Finding a Voice Various venues, Clonmel, Co Tipperary Saturday March 10th 1pm. 3pm & 8pm southtippartscentre.ie  It’s the last day of Findin(...)

Director John Harris: lumbered with new commitments?

There’s a great, thought-provoking line by GK Chesterton in which he claims that “if a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly”. I first came ac(...)

Oisín Whelan and his mum Catherine. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A teacher sweeps into the classroom, tells the pupils to take out a certain textbook, turn to page 25 and start writing out answers to question three (...)

Composer Karen Power: The  performance in Heuston train station was true to the spirit of the Fluxus movement.

A man is joyfully jumping up and down. On a grave. He is cheering, savagely, fists raised. “In your face,” he shouts. “You are gone. I’m still here.” (...)

Waterford in the south-east was founded by the Vikings in 914AD and claims to be Ireland’s oldest city.

First up on Alanna Gallagher’s whistlestop tour is the Déise capital Waterford in the south-east was founded by the Vikings in 914AD and claims to (...)

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