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Irish Author Dermot Healy Dies Aged 66
The Irish nation is saddened at the passing this week of author Dermot Healy. While Seamus Heaney was Irelandís international literary star, it was Healy who was a national star, one who was actively engaged in cultivating the next generation of Irish writers. His contribution to the Irish arts wi
Do you prefer you castles to be ruins or to be refurbished into a luxury hotel or conference center? Virtually every county in Ireland can offer you an example of each kind of castle.
Irish Christmas Carols and Music
While many of the old Christmas Carol chestnuts are popular in Ireland, this article will alert you to some carols composed in Ireland or by Irish musicians. There are ancient and very modern Irish Christmas songs.
Irish Culture 2025
There's a national conversation going on in Ireland in September 2015, discussing Irish Culture and the direction for the arts over the next decade.
Irish Halloween or Samhain
Halloween, or Samhain, used to be the Celtic New Year. It is still an important festival in the Irish calendar, warranting, like St. Patrick's Day, a bank holiday. The ancient traditions always get a modern twist!
Irish Heritage Week
The final week of August sees many free events all over Ireland as we celebrated Heritage Week. While this is week's events are aimed at 'backyard tourism' or 'staycationers', overseas visitors can also benefit from the wealth and variety of events around the country.
Irish Referendum Day 2015
May 22nd 2015 is a day when Irish citizens will vote on the 34th and 35th amendments to the Irish constitution. Whether Marriage Equality passes with a majority 'yes' or not, the campaign has shown the sea change in Irish contemporary culture.
Irish Soda Bread
Loaf tin or round loaf? Wholemeal or all white flour? Soda bread is a staple of the Irish larder, great toasted with jam or buttered with a bowl of stew or soup.
Irish Weddings and Handfasting
Irish weddings and commitment ceremonies have changed with the times. Divorce, civil partnerships, and opening up legal marriage to more religious groups has broken the template for the Irish wedding or handfasting.
Mudlarking with Irish Birdwatchers
Guided walks with a theme and a shared purpose can really make for a special weekend outing that appeals to overseas visitors and Irish residents alike. Here Bee shares her experience out with Cavan Birdwatchers in the west of the county on a Sunday.
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