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VHI’s Virtual Women’s Mini Marathon: #Powerof10

By Michaela Moriarty / September 18, 2020

The VHI Women’s Mini Marathon is an annual charity race that usually takes place during the June Bank Holiday Monday. Of course, this year the event was delayed and then eventually cancelled for that date. The event has been moved to October so it will still go ahead. The key difference this year is that […]

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NLI, September events you can’t miss

By Judit Sadurni / September 15, 2020

Do you want to join an event this September? NLI shows you what to do. These days, planning an event in advance has become the most difficult puzzle. That’s why we have to live up to date and not look for cultural plans but rather, let the culture come to us. Keep reading to know […]

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From A to Z, best offline events of Culture Night 2020

By Tami Pereira / September 10, 2020

Tough times, creative mind. When was the last time you visited a museum? Or, actually, the last time you really wanted to go to an exhibition? Lockdown made us all more aware about how important culture is and Culture Night 2020 brings you the perfect day-plan on September 18th.  Culture Night is an annual public […]

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From A to Z, best online events of Culture Night 2020

By Judit Sadurni / September 10, 2020

What is Culture Night? What will happen this year? There will be online events? For more information, keep reading! As the motto goes “Connect through culture”, Culture Night connects arts, cultural organisations and venues of all shapes and sizes; from independent studios and art-spaces to national cultural institutions. Furthermore, this annual all-island public event promotes […]

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Indian Independence Day 2020

By Tridha Iyer / August 13, 2020

This year its the 74th Indian Independence Day remembering the sacrifices made by its freedom fighters, political leaders and citizens in order to free the motherland. The country’s freedom had been hard fought and this struggle for sovereignty took different violent and non-violent forms.    “ Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, […]

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Ireland celebrates its Pride

By Veronica De Biasio / June 17, 2020

Fabulous costumes, rainbow-themed accessories and a festive crowd, pride festivals are spectacular and brazenly entertaining. Dubliners raise their voices and show their colourful side during one of the best LGBTQ festivals in Ireland, only this time virtually.  Usually, the city would have become a rainbow of céilís gay, disco nights, theater shows. However, this year […]

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Beyond Corona: A Festival For Homebound Cinephiles

By Callie Hardy / April 25, 2020

For many, the outbreak of Covid-19 is a source of entirely justified anxiety, fear and sadness. But for some, it is also proving to be an unplanned source of creative inspiration. Allison McCulloch, a Los Angeles based filmmaker and podcast host, was disappointed to hear that SXSW, the famous Austin-based film conference and festival, had […]

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Top 4 things you can do for this weird St Patrick’s Day

By Carlotta Cutrale / March 17, 2020

Happy Paddy’s Day to everyone all over the fearless and strong Emerald Isle and all over the world. This is for sure an extremely unprecedented weird circumstance for a St Patrick’s Day! But do not despair, we tried to come up with a curious list of interesting things you can do at home while keeping […]

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