Although many will not recognize the name of Dublin novelist Joseph Sheridan Lefanu, this literary talent is the man behind most spooky vampire tales we know and love today. From Dracula to Twilight, the Dubliner paved the way.
The original Irish dance show Fáinne Óir hopes to broadcast from Co Mayo in March - find out how you can help here.
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
Conceived by Black 47's Larry Kirwan, Paradise Square looks at how Black and Irish cultures met in the Five Points in the 1860s, and then changed America.
One of Ireland's most important female dramatists, short story writers, and writer for radio died on this day, Jan 19, in 1963. Today we remember Teresa Deevy.
This year's virtual festival will feature films and documentaries from up-and-coming Irish artists.
The Irish Rep closes out 2020 with a glorious online production of 'Meet Me in St. Louis.'
Negga's Hamlet had just completed its limited run in New York before the outbreak of COVID-19 shuttered theaters across the country.
An online discussion Road to the North Country: Interpreting Dylan will air on Facebook on Dec 15.
We remember O’Neill by looking back on his most famous play and the parallels between this family and the Irish.
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President Biden reflects on his Irish American pride in heartfelt letter
GAA club on remote Irish island aims to raise money for changing rooms
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Irish village covered in sea foam in rare oceanic event