Conor O Toole

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Birdy’s quest for a diva saviour at the Peacock

Deadline! The Dublin Correspondænt. Ends Sep 24, 7.30pm, €12-14, fringefest.com Conor O’Toole is a disarming and encouraging editor to work for at T(...)

Performances of Trophy are free but ticketed

Trophy Barnardo Square, Dame Street September 9th-11th, 3pm & 7pm Lives can change in an instant, for good or bad, pivoting on a bit of luck or j(...)

Raven Eyed by Loosysmokes will take over a warehouse in this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival

Dublin Fringe Festival has announced its programme for 2017. This will be its last programme under current artistic director Kris Nelson. With 81 pr(...)

The average loan drawn down by first-time buyers under the Central Bank’s mortgage rules last year was €185,939. Photograph: iStock

First-time buyers borrowed an average of 78.8 per cent of the value of their property and 2.9 times their income in 2016, according to a Central Bank (...)

The son of a 77-year old woman who died after being put on medication for a bladder condition has settled his High Court action over her death for €55,000. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The son of a 77-year old woman who died after being put on medication for a bladder condition has settled his High Court action over her death for €55(...)

Conor O’Toole:  “I reckon around year 10 I’ll figure out how to write jokes.”

Each year, performing artists make a pilgrimage that each must take at least once in their artistic lifetimes: they head north to pay their respect(...)

Emily Aoibheann from  aerial performance company Dying Breeds rehearsing in St Anthony’s Hall Church in Clontarf for  their new show Object Piggy. Emily helped launch the 21st edition of Tiger Dublin Fringe which runs  from September 7th -20th. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

With venues as diverse as tents and trees, the Tiger Dublin Fringe is celebrating its 21st birthday in style in September. The annual festival has pu(...)

The 12th Firehouse Film Contest takes place on January 20th in Filmbase, Dublin. See facebook.com/firehousefilm

For the past year, the Firehouse Film Contest has been providing a platform for amateur Irish film makers with its monthly competition-based screen(...)

Irish firms are too reliant on banks for finance and are slow to exploit newer products, such as crowdfunding and peer-to- peer lending, according to(...)

The ESRI study found that as “market power” increased, in other words as banking competition fell, SMEs faced higher financing constraints. Photograph: Frank Miller

The lack of competition in Ireland’s post-crash banking sector may be a key reason why firms are finding it so difficult to access credit. (...)

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