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Magic is centre stage in Evie’s latest novel

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Galway-born novelist Evie Gaughan was doing research for a book she intended writing when she came across a character by...

Liam comes home with new film Lost and Found

‘Money no object’ might well have been Liam Ó Mochain’s motto as he set about making his latest film, Lost & Found, which is...

History through eyes of early travel writers

A word of warning to history fans. Before you go browsing Ireland Illustrated, 1680-1860, a new service from NUIG, make sure you’ve nothing else...

Standoff over chair led to Sonya’s latest play

Arts Week with Judy Murphy A chance encounter with a snooty curator at the Irish Embassy in Paris was the spark that ignited Furniture, Sonya...

Woman’s desire at the heart of ‘Baoite’

Arts Week with Judy Murphy “A good woman making difficult decisions,” is how Carraroe actress Siobhán O’Kelly describes Cáit, the character she plays in Baoite...

‘Shelter’ offers a fresh take on thorny issue

Arts Week with Judy Murphy An often-quoted piece of advice given to would-be authors is ‘write about what you know’. Playwright Cristín Kehoe doesn’t agree...


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