Michael Scott

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David Brophy with the Choir of Ages. Photograph: Kyran O’Brien

Alongside cabin fever, anxiety and home baking, singing was an early theme of lockdown last year. Do you remember those scenes from Italian balconies,(...)

I think this photo sums up the title of the book, The Dignity of Everyday Life: Celebrating Michael Scott’s Busáras, as a man waits on the concourse of Busáras carrying a bunch of flowers. Photograph: Mal McCann

It wasn’t love at first sight. Eoin Ó Broin recalls passing Dublin’s central bus station, Busáras, for 11 years on his journeys up and down to Belfast(...)

St Peters Church. Photograph: Noel Meehan/Copter View Ireland

Once upon a time, the Boyne Valley was the centre of the universe. At least that’s how it feels standing among the passage graves at Knowth. Across th(...)

Lilium I 2014, Joseph Walsh, currently on view at Dublin Castle (€100,000- €150,000, Adam’s)

Earlier this month, award-winning New York interior designer and co-founder of the Design Miami fair Amy Lau was asked to list her top three furniture(...)

There are few more prestigious addresses nor a more admired building in Dublin that the American embassy in Ballsbridge. The Chancery Building, to gi(...)

Bluebeard’s Last Wife, Harry Clarke stained glass set in a cabinet by James Hicks – Adam’s (€80,000-€120,000).

From mice to musketeers, the rule of three – omne trium perfectum – suggests that a trio of events is far more satisfying than other numbers. This is (...)

The two €3 stamps reproduce one of the artist’s trademark abstract compositions, Meditation 28.

In a rare accolade for a visual artist, An Post tomorrow issues a stamp marking the centenary of the birth of artist and designer Patrick Scott, who d(...)

At ClassicsNow festival, audiences are invited to explore the  arts and ideas of ancient Greece and Rome.

Ranging from Irish theatre and dance to language, literature and myth, the first ClassicsNow programme begins on Friday, November 13th. In a new weeke(...)

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(...)

Lot 152, a bronze death mask of James Joyce (€1,500–€2,000).

From pikes and pistols to sundials and sextants, there is quite a selection of historic artefacts in Mullen’s of Laurel Park sale, taking place live a(...)

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