Celebrating strong Irish women in the run-up to St. Brigid's Day.
On January 26, 1907, John Millington Synge's “The Playboy of the Western World” opened at the Abbey Theater in Dublin and caused such a fuss that projectiles were flung at the stage
This is actually the twelfth successful year of the annual theater festival, a month-long series of Irish arts events in New York City that runs from January 7 to February 3.
The creative team behind the Tony-winning "Once" on Broadway is back with another big Dublin musical, this time set in the fair city of the early 1980s.
Nothing is funnier than a grown man who's convinced that he's God's gift.
We remember O’Neill by looking back on his most famous play and the parallels between this family and the Irish.
In this flinty, hard-eyed Irish production the horse just changes riders, but the lash goes on. If ever a Richard has met his match, it's this one courtesy of Druid.
Some highlights from IrelandWeek 2019, the biggest Irish event in Los Angeles.
In June the final beam was raised on the brand new Irish Arts Center in Manhattan.
This week Ireland's Druid theatre company returns to New York with Richard III, a play that's over 400 years old but that feels like it's been ripped from the headlines.
The Irish rebel song that Conor McGregor loves to play before his fights
On This Day: Irish writer William Butler Yeats dies in 1939
Celtic Woman celebrates 15 years with massive American tour featuring special guest artist Chloë Agnew
First female genital mutilation conviction handed down in Ireland
Ireland family of five found dead in North Carolina in apparent murder-suicide
No poor need apply - Trump to deny green cards to immigrants on benefits
The Celtic and Catholic traditions of St. Brigid and her cross
Jameson release new limited-edition cold brew coffee
Hundreds gather at candlelit vigil for murdered children as father speaks out
US giant Comcast buys out Irish cloud-based telecom Blueface