Ronan Keating

20 results

The band is named after Dúlamán which is the Irish for channelled wrack, a strain of yellow seaweed found on the Irish coast.

Members of an Irish music and dance act that only formed last year are counting down the hours until Saturday night when they will perform a song as G(...)

In my day they’re what passed for tasty Christmas treats. We’d have sprouts for dessert covered in cream and they’d often come in selection boxes next to the Revels. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

It’s December, and thanks to “liberals” (sorry for whispering but I’m in The Irish Times office) there’s absolutely no sign of any celebration anywher(...)

Forever to be remembered in the lexicon of pop culture as that “diddly aye” band with the identikit sisters and the brother in the corner, it’s hard n(...)

Malia Obama allegedly smoking a cannabis joint at Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago last week. Photograph: Radar Online

Video footage emerged on Wednesday showing Malia Obama, daughter of president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, smoking what some have suggested is(...)

Walking On Cars

2016 is already shaping up to be a bumper year for albums, as top-level pop stars and rock bands get their respective fingers out and tussle for the (...)

Faisal Ellahi’s victim was completely trusting of others because ‘her life experiences hadn’t taught her to be any other way’, the trial was told.

Faisal Ellahi’s victim was completely trusting of others because “her life experiences hadn’t taught her to be any other way”, the trial was told. Un(...)

Amal Alamuddin ditched her own surname to become a Clooney. Photograph: Mike Coppola/Getty

It was “take that, Ronan Keating, but hello, George Clooney” this year as two women said “I don’t”, and then “I do”, to two famous men. Yv(...)

‘With its rotting fairytale castle, a duckpond featuring miniature boats full of refugees, a princess in a chariot crash being bombarded by paparazzi (above), and frowning staff, Dismaland is the latest in Banksy’s wry anti-establishment commentary battering his five favourite Cs: capitalism, conflict, conservatism, consumerism and celebrity.’ Photograph: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Over in Weston-Super-Mare, the artist Banksy has created a large installation in the form of a “bemusement park”. With its rotting fairytale castle, a(...)

Boyzone was at the peak of its success in the late 1990s when Keith Duffy was looking to move into the Rolestown area of north county Dublin. Keith an(...)

 Storm Uechtritz  in  Dublin.  “Sometimes in life it really helps to take a step back and try to understand that there are always two sides to a story.”  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish TimesTimes

RTÉ researchers shouldn’t wait too long to book Australian TV producer Storm Uechtritz, for the popular genealogical TV show Who Do You Think You Are?(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • Next
  • Last »