Kate Nash

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Kate Nash relocated to Los Angeles and is now recording music and acting

Late in 2017, an article appeared on Buzzfeed with the headline: 33 Singers That Only Exist in the Mind of British Millennials. At No 9 was Kate Nash,(...)

UK singer and songwriter Freya Ridings

The “Titian-maned Goddess of acoustic pop” – as one UK magazine extravagantly dubbed her – is having none of the pomp and circumstance that is current(...)

An armed soldier attacks a protester on Bloody Sunday. Photograph: Frederick Hoare/Central Press/Getty Images

Prosecutors in Northern Ireland have warned about speculating on imminent prosecution decisions in relation to British soldiers involved in the 1972 B(...)

Delorentos, headlining at Indiependence. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Up until this year, music fans planning to meander across the August bank holiday weekend outside Dublin had to choose between two open-air music fest(...)

Kate Nash, who plays Indiependence festival 2018

Saturday, July 28th Le Boom Róisín Dubh, Galway; 11pm; €10; roisindubh.net Two years ago, Aimie Mallon and Christy Leech were but a faint whisper in(...)

Kristin Hersh: Bound for the NCH. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Friday 21 Damien Dempsey Iveagh Gardens, Dublin, 7pm, €40, ticketmaster.ie Damo has been a significant presence on the Irish music scene for over 20 (...)

From left, Ben Johnston, Simon Neill and James Johnston. Photograph: Austin Hargrave

It is the day after Brexit and Northern Ireland have just exited the Euros by an own goal to Wales, so the circumstances of Biffy Clyro’s headline sl(...)

Kate Nash: “You look at the way the whole thing is being handled and you know it’s all more about politics than finding the truth.” Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

At Westminster on October 12th, Northern Secretary Theresa Villiers will introduce legislation on dealing with the past. But the chances of it working(...)

The Royal Air Force is recruiting for reservists across Northern Ireland, has re-established a base at Aldergrove in Co Antrim and said it was aiming to offer job opportunities to the widest possible number of people. File photograph: John Giles/PA

The British Ministry of Defence has apologised for “any offence” after an RAF recruitment billboard placed close to the scene of the Bloody Sunday ma(...)