Michael Scott

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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(...)

The former College of Technology on Dublin’s Kevin Street may not be among the most distinguished modernist buildings from the mid-20th century, certa(...)

The Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies at 10 Burlington Road, above, and 24 St Stephen’s Green  are two of the youngest buildings in Dublin to secure preservation status. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Two 1970s buildings, one of which required the demolition of a Regency house on St Stephen’s Green for its construction, have been added to Dublin cit(...)

Transformative vision would include a move away from large footprint in an expensive Dublin suburb. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

RTÉ’s current miserable predicament is reminiscent of one of those novels about decaying gentry in post-war England. You know the sort of thing. Trapp(...)

A Dublin Port  sign, located on East Wall Road.

Open House Dublin, the annual free-to-attend architecture festival, is a chance to nose about private homes and commercial buildings not normally open(...)

Yvonne Farrell and Shelly McNamara, of Grafton Architects,at their office in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dublin-based Grafton Architects have been named as the recipient of the Royal Gold Medal awarded annually by the Royal Institute of British Architects(...)

Paul Henry’s West of Ireland landscape purchased by German diplomat W Muller in 1940 will be auctioned by Adam’s on September 25th €60,000-80,000

When German-Irish diplomatic relations began in 1929, neither side knew they were midway between the end of one world war and the beginning of another(...)

Somali, Carrickbrack Road, Howth

A stretch of coastal homes along Howth’s Carrickbrack Road called Somali Village may sound like an anomaly but it is widely known locally. The name de(...)

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