Person: James Joyce
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Sat, 29 Feb, 2020
One of the oldest buildings at University College Cork (UCC) has opened for the first time as a state of the art, one-stop-shop for students following a multi-million euro transformation.
Mon, 10 Feb, 2020
reports on stellar prices and previews upcoming sales
Sat, 30 Nov, 2019
A Titanic and White Star Line expert will be in Cork on Saturday to offer his help to people who may have potentially valuable ocean liner material discarded in their attics.
Wed, 02 Oct, 2019
The theatre of Dead Centre has always been haunted: by the ghosts of Chekhov, Proust, Shakespeare, even, in Hamnet, Shakespeare’s son. So perhaps it’s a logical step that they have now given us a play performed by ghosts, or at least invisible actors.
Tue, 24 Sep, 2019
The biennial festival in Cork produced another unique feast of fine music and good vibes.
Sun, 15 Sep, 2019
When James Joyce opined a century ago that “the light music of whiskey falling into glasses makes an agreeable interlude”, little did he realise just how agreeable it would ultimately become as an Irish export success story.
Sun, 18 Aug, 2019
Some of Northern Ireland's biggest problems have nothing to do with leaving the EU, but all anyone talks about now is the backstop, writes
Thu, 08 Aug, 2019
reviews Epiphany from the Town Hall Theatre, Galway.
Mon, 22 Jul, 2019
Bloomsday, celebrated yesterday, is a commemoration and celebration of the life of Irish writer James Joyce. The president of Ireland honoured the great writer with a garden party in the Áras yesterday.
Mon, 17 Jun, 2019
After making her Carnegie Hall debut last month, Ailish Tynan is coming home to Mullingar, writes
Thu, 06 Jun, 2019
Few cities in the world have football stirred into their daily lives quite as much as Madrid - but even the Spanish capital will be tested when Liverpool and Tottenham fans arrive for the 2019 Champions League final.
Thu, 30 May, 2019
As his band release a new album, Mike Scott reveals a passion for CS Lewis books that helped him bond with Bono, writes
Wed, 15 May, 2019
The creators of the critically acclaimed television series Game of Thrones, David Benioff and Daniel .B. Weiss, met each other while studying in Dublin.
Fri, 03 May, 2019
A pensioner with a "heart of gold" who has a special relationship with Malta after he donated a historic Naval crest to the country is fighting for his life after being knocked down while holidaying in the resort town of Sliema.
Tue, 09 Apr, 2019
Drinking may shorten teens’ lives Irish adolescent girls have one of the highest levels of binge drinking in the world, according to a global study revealed in The Lancet, a respected medical journal.
Thu, 14 Mar, 2019
Cork soprano Emma Nash returns to her hometown with a production of Orfeo ed Euridice featuring a new dance element, writes Cathy Desmond.
Mon, 11 Feb, 2019
The memorial event also served to highlight the simmering sense of injustice felt by many, writes
Wed, 09 Jan, 2019
Make a spa day of Sundays with these luxurious bathing buys, writes.
Sat, 17 Nov, 2018
Reviewing the White Album is a bit like passing judgement on Michelangelo’s ceiling doodles for the Sistine Chapel or wondering why James Joyce didn’t use shorter sentences in Ulysses.
Sat, 10 Nov, 2018
The opening of the new Kevin Street Garda Station is a timely boost for the force, writes
Fri, 31 Aug, 2018
A New York-based firm of architects has been chosen to develop a new centre for creative design at UCD.
Tue, 07 Aug, 2018
LÉ Samuel Beckett’s crew saved 106 migrants from drowning, revived an unresponsive baby, searched ships for suspected gun-running and, at night, watched gun battles rage on the shore between rival militias fighting for control of Libya.
Sat, 21 Jul, 2018
Pope Francis is to meet members of the Naval Service when he visits in August so he can acknowledge their role in saving thousands of migrants from drowning in the Mediterranean Sea.
Thu, 21 Jun, 2018
The first in the movie series of The Hobbit was called An Unexpected Journey — an apt description of how a rare edition of Tolkien’s classic tale went under the hammer for €29,000 yesterday.
Thu, 03 May, 2018
ON a cold January evening in Paris in 1938, Samuel Beckett was walking home with some friends after a night on the town when he was accosted and suddenly stabbed by a pimp called Prudent.
Sat, 24 Mar, 2018
Plans to convert a former hotel in Cork city centre into an upmarket retail store have been put on hold following objections from a number of local businesses and An Taisce.
Sat, 17 Mar, 2018
It’s not everyone that has the President of Ireland attend their funeral, but Dr Maurice Hayes, who passed away at the age of 90 a couple of days before Christmas, lived enough for several men.
Fri, 12 Jan, 2018
Des O’Driscoll picks five of the best things going on around the country.
Mon, 11 Dec, 2017
A former Cork city-centre hotel, with a 207-year pedigree on St Patrick’s St, is to be partly demolished and redeveloped for high-end shops use, possibly with an appeal to the likes of Zara.
Fri, 08 Dec, 2017
Ireland’s nude art collective are holding their first exhibition, and are clear about the differences between their work and pornography, writes
Mon, 13 Nov, 2017
James Joyce’s famous short works are filled with music. meets two gallants who decided to make them into an opera.
Thu, 19 Oct, 2017
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Thu, 19 Oct, 2017
Cork-born poet, Liam Ó Muirthile, was inspired by his journey along the Camino, writes
Mon, 16 Oct, 2017
shares his top tips for upcoming events
Fri, 13 Oct, 2017
Ballykissangel fuelled a romantic notion of Ireland for Thomas Morris so, at 16, he left Wales to find himself an Irish woman, writes
Mon, 09 Oct, 2017
Swimming in the Forty Foot and surfing monster waves at the Cliffs of Moher are among a bucket list of outdoor thrills listed in Lonely Planet’s new tome on global adventures.
Mon, 11 Sep, 2017
The lives and loves of the Yeats family will be illuminated in letters, works of art and personal effects to be sold at Sotheby’s in London on September 27.
Sat, 19 Aug, 2017
Aoife Burke is a cellist from Cork, and currently holds a residency at the Triskel Arts Centre in Cork, as part of which she curates the summer lunchtime concert series and the Spotlight chamber music series.
Thu, 03 Aug, 2017
Amid a sea of human misery there were heartwarming moments: The arrival of a new life and migrants singing happy birthday to a 21-year-old sailor who was happy to forego celebrating his milestone day to ensure they were safe.
Mon, 24 Jul, 2017
Censorship in Ireland, which was largely overturned 50 years ago, meant the public couldn’t easily get their eyes on work by our best writers, making it a badge of honour, says
Thu, 20 Jul, 2017
savours some father/son bonding time in the stunning Lake Garda
Sat, 15 Jul, 2017
FAMILIARITY with contemporary poetry writing in English eases one’s passage through this most enjoyable tome, and even a nodding acquaintance with Cal Lowell and his contemporaries, including Berryman and Elizabeth Bishop, or, closer to home, Ted Hughes and Seamus Heaney, helps distil the purity from the precis-like quality of the analysis.
Sat, 08 Jul, 2017