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Judit Sadurni


Oscar Wilde: an Irish referent

By Judit Sadurni / November 11, 2020

What makes Oscar Wilde an Irish referent? Throughout the 18th century, Dublin underwent economic development that destroyed its stifling medieval walls and built modern bridges in their place. Due to the Ascendancy, the city was divided between those who made the decisions and had freedom of action, and those whose position and, in general, life, […]


All you need to know about Science Week 2020

By Judit Sadurni / November 10, 2020

What is Science Week? Science Week is an event held every November in Ireland. Its objective is to promote popular interest in science during a whole week of events and workshops. This year’s 2020 is the 25th anniversary of Science Week, and its goal is to offer a range of opportunities for the public to […]


7 Brazilian dishes to cook during the week

By Judit Sadurni / November 9, 2020

In this “7 days, 7 dishes” series, we travel to Brazil to offer you the 7 best Brazilian dishes to cook during the week. Brazilian gastronomy is a perfect reflection of the multiculturalism that sowed the history of the territory. It is influenced by different ethnic groups that made up its culture: Indigenous, African and […]


Top 10 Advent Calendars

By Judit Sadurni / November 5, 2020

More and more brands are joining this format and each year they run out of stock earlier. To save you to search, here we bring you the top 10 advent calendars on the market. Although there is still a month and 20 days left until Christmas, if this year you have decided to give yourself […]


4 Best Poems Set in Ireland

By Judit Sadurni / November 4, 2020

It is a difficult choice but, what are the best poems set in Ireland? Years ago I heard that the Emerald Isle was known as the “land with the best writers per square meter”. And, the truth is, there is a lot of good literature spread all over the planet and, perhaps, the adjective “better” […]


New jobs as a result of covid 19: Marmitex

By Judit Sadurni / October 31, 2020

Covid-19 has led to the creation of new jobs. Longtime businesses have had to adapt themselves to this situation by creating online platforms to reach their audience. And, in general, advertising campaigns are becoming more and more persuasive, appealing to general feelings and emotions.  The first estimates from the International Labor Organization (ILO) show a […]


International Literature Festival Dublin 2020: All you need to know

By Judit Sadurni / October 29, 2020

The International Literature Festival Dublin (ILFD) is an event, which began in 1998, held annually during the spring. This year, due to the global pandemic situation, the organizers have decided to postpone it until autumn.   The 2020 Edition Specifically, it started last week, on the 22nd October and finished yesterday, October 28th. As we […]


7 Chilean dishes to cook during the week

By Judit Sadurni / October 24, 2020

In this “7 days, 7 dishes”, we are travelling to Chile for finding 7 Chilean dishes to cook during the week. It is a country characterized by its fusion cuisine. This is because it has many influences from European cuisine (Germany, Italy and France), especially from the Spanish one, and this cultural mix has formed […]


Re-imagining the Dublin Arts and Human Rights Festival

By Judit Sadurni / October 21, 2020

The Dublin Arts and Human Rights Festival (DAHRF) started on October 16, one more event that this year has adapted to the circumstances of COVID-19. The 2020 version, hosted by Smashing Times and Front Line Defenders, is intended to highlight the extraordinary role that human rights defenders play in Ireland and around the world. It […]


Cork International Film Festival 2020: all you need to know

By Judit Sadurni / October 19, 2020

[wpdevart_youtube caption=”” align=”left”]DAd5uwBHt-M[/wpdevart_youtube] This year marks the 65th annual Cork International Film Festival (Féile Scannán Chorcaí). This event has been held annually (every November) in Cork City since 1956. It is considered one of the oldest and largest festivals in the country, promoting big-budget films, independent, international cinema, documentaries and short films asswell, which makes […]

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