Irish playwright makes an important later in life discovery: his own voice.
Born in Dublin on October 16, 1854, Wilde became perhaps one of the most famous writers in history.
New York hosts its premier “First Thought Talk” on the festival with transatlantic adventure rower Gavan Hennigan.
“Sons of Molly Maguire” will play in Dublin telling the story of the 20 Irishmen accused of being Molly Maguires and executed in 19th-century Pennsylvania.
From Yeats to filmmakers – what it means to be Irish at heart.
“We have a building in Dublin, but we’re interested in telling the full Irish experience... I think that’s exciting. I think that’s where Ireland is right now.”
Half Irish, half Jewish, all rebel, Barney Rosset fought censorship all his life.
The former lead singer of the Black 47 band has a new play which takes a fresh look at Dr. Noel Browne’s notorious “Mother and Child” scheme.
The Cruinniú na Cásca festival will take place on Easter Monday for the next five years, with 31 local authorities across the nation hosting special free cultural, fun initiatives.
The Origin Theatre Company will mark its 15th year of operation in May with a gala celebration bringing stars of the stage and screen together under one roof.
Secrets of ancient Irish charms and spells
Top sites in Ireland where history comes alive
The mystery of Irish and Celtic symbols (PHOTOS)
Celtic Canines - top ten Irish dog breeds (PHOTOS)
Study claims that Irishmen descended from Turkish farmers
Irish father's "unbearable" wait to hear from his daughter at Manchester concert
Scientists say Guinness really does taste better in Ireland
Stunning drone footage lets you fly like a bird over Cork
Top ten adventure vacations in Ireland