We may not have a release date yet but we’re getting one step closer to the Artemis Fowl movie!
With the prevalence of ads and trailers for the clown horror movie 'It,' people with clown phobia, coulrophobia, are having a tough time. An Irish clinic is helping.
We may be six months off from the Academy Awards in March 2018, but plenty of Irish actors, actresses, and movies are already being tipped for nominations.
National Library of Ireland celebrates its online community, a means of “crowdsourcing for social history.”
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12 large-scale portraits of people who live and work in the long politically and religiously contested city of Jerusalem go on display
Sean and Conor’s version of “All Along the Watchtower” brought down the house winning them a place in the reality TV show’s “Bootcamp”
First-ever matchmaking festival in East Durham is hoping to sprinkle some love dust on modern-day singletons looking for a mate.
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Irish childhood friends mark milestone - the grand opening of the first ever Charles Bukowski themed bar in New York.
Cork-born, flame haired Irish singer, brings acclaimed solo show One: The Songs of U2 to Manhattan.
The Killing of a Sacred Deer is hotter than a firecracker right now, but the role he cherishes most is dad.
Irish dance and music fill the Ford Amphitheater, at Coney Island Boardwalk, in Brooklyn today as we join the celebrations at the 36th Annual Great Irish Fair of New York.
“I personally feel that the film is a legacy,” said the granddaughter of one of the Loughinisland victims. “When I’m dead and gone it will be there for generations."
Last month Jonathan was pictured in Venice shooting The Aspern Papers but following a family tragedy Irish star seems to have relapsed.
The triple Oscar winning actor, who who announced his acting retirement earlier this year, busted his arm in a motorbike accident.
On Sunday, September 17, the greatest sporting event on the Irish calendar each year will take place, witnessed by 83k fans at Croke Park.
Marleze Kruger, who sold her house and business to find love, reveals she's been inundated with calls from lonely bachelors since she arrived in Ireland.
Star of “Teen Wolf” and “The Maze Runner,” movie icon Dylan O’Brien is returning to the big screen after a life-altering accident on set.
Creative Ireland is a new Irish initiative to promote culture, creativity, and well-being. Read more about what's happening in Co. Offaly.
Thousands of volunteers give their time to make GAA the success it is - ahead of the Croke Park final Guinness celebrated their hard work.
Visiting the filming locations of The Quiet Man is the ultimate pilgrimage for fans of the Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne film.
Irish American author JP Donleavy won notoriety with his 1955 book "The Gingerman" which was both burned and banned in Ireland.
When it premiered in the US in 1952, Irish diplomats feared that The Quiet Man would provoke riots. Instead, the Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne film became beloved in Irish American circles.
On the 65th anniversary of the release of The Quiet Man I watched it for the first time.
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