Dominic McGrath reports on Dublin’s midnight scene.
Philip Connaughton is a carer – along with members of his family – for his mother. Now he’s exploring their changed relationship in a new show as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival.
On some days it feels like being a woman could be the reason I don’t get certain opportunities, but it’s not clear cut, writes Liz Roche.
See a tutu-free Swan Lake set in the midlands or referee a dance battle in Tallaght.
A new documentary looks at how some families did this from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Even if we’re just dancin’ on the dart~
People already want them to win the whole thing.
Cruinniú na Cásca attracted some 550,000 people to events around the country.
We spoke to the two women responsible for the St Patrick’s Festival pageants, which will make up part of the parade this year.
“A haon, a dó, a trí, ceathair!”
We’ve had a look through the programme and picked some of the best shows.
The Crystal Palace boss could not hide his delight after watching his side open the scoring at Wembley yesterday.
We spoke to Chris Fonseca, the London dance teacher who can’t hear the music playing – but can still feel the beat.
Holocaust survivor Eva Fahidi is currently starring in a sold-out duet in Budapest.
Professional dancer Sibéal Davitt (pictured) also tells us how dance classes helped her follow her dreams.
Ten Walls says the posts were “out of character”.
And it cannot be unseen.
Calvin Harris, eat your heart out.
It’s Culture Night on Friday – and here’s our guide to what’s happening around the country.
Dance, theatre, or zombies? We help you decide.
An extremely valuable skill, no doubt.
Africa Day celebrations are taking place nationwide. Here, student and dancer Onai Tafuma writes about her life in Ireland.
And she did it all in heels!
It’ll fill you with awe, joy and jealousy all at once.
Dance! Nothing left for me to do but dance!
Woman Stood Regardless, by Catherine Young Dance, takes to the stage this weekend.
Dance like rush-hour traffic is watching.
A protest and soapbox event is due to take place in Dublin today.
Dutch DJ Hardwell is performing inside the arena.
Because they’re HAPPY.
You put your left foot in, your left foot out…
It’s all about attitude.
Five people were arrested over drugs offences, and two O2 staff were injured during public order incidents.
It’s a mixture of tantalising tango and petrified prancing.