Neil Jordan Donates Archive to National Library of Ireland

Oscar-winning screenwriter and director Neil Jordan is to donate his archive today to National Library of Ireland, it has been announced. Continue reading Neil Jordan Donates Archive to National Library of Ireland

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Planet Love Dance Festival Returns at Féile an Phobail

The Planet Love dance music festival is returning to Belfast tonight, this time as part of Féile an Phobail’s 30th anniversary celebrations.

The new outdoor concert space in Falls Park, which has a capacity of over 10,000, 20 Years of Planet Love will be headlined by Dutch hardstyle DJ Headhunterz, AKA Willem Rebergen. Continue reading Planet Love Dance Festival Returns at Féile an Phobail

Irish Clothing Company Primark Has Become the Fastest-Growing Retailer in the US

Primark’s three-year-old assault on the US retail market hasn’t always been straightforward. But it is starting to win the recognition – and fear – of its larger peers. Continue reading Irish Clothing Company Primark Has Become the Fastest-Growing Retailer in the US

Irish Chefs Bring A Taste of Dublin to Hong Kong

Mark Moriarty, the Irish winner of the San Pellegrino global young chef of the year contest in 2015, flies to Hong Kong on Monday to run a pop-up restaurant for four nights at the Test Kitchen, a culinary innovation centre that invites chefs from all over the world to showcase their skills throughout the year. Continue reading Irish Chefs Bring A Taste of Dublin to Hong Kong

The Stories Behind 3 of Ireland’s Unlikeliest Music Venues

Ireland is home to countless brilliant, unique music venues. Bars, theatres, stadiums and fields that have served as the backdrop to some of the country’s most memorable gigs.

But what about non-traditional music venues? Where do you go if you want a truly one-off experience? Continue reading The Stories Behind 3 of Ireland’s Unlikeliest Music Venues

A Game Of Thrones Festival is Coming to the Real-Life Winterfell Where the Series is Filmed

Game of Thrones fans have to wait until 2019 for the TV show’s final series, but luckily there’s a way to get your GoT fix in the meantime!

That’s because National Trust is offering up an epic Game of Thrones themed festival at the real-life Winterfell – aka Castle Ward , where some of the show’s scenes are filmed.

The Winterfell Festival 2018 will offer up a bonanza of activities including meeting some of the show’s actors, immersive experiences and even the chance to learn to shoot a bow and arrow, right where Jon Snow taught Bran Stark in the first series. Read More via Mirror.