Dublin Desi Arts Collective Organises Spring Blossoms Painting Contest

The Dublin Desi Arts Collective (DDAC) has organized a painting contest based on the season of spring. Spring Blossoms Painting Contest DDAC is a platform that was formed by Vidya, Ankita, and Malvika to showcase the artistic talents of people of Indian origin living in Dublin. The DDAC has organized several successful exhibitions and contests … Read more

David Beckham celebrates son Cruz’s 18th birthday in Dublin pub

Football legend David Beckham was in Dublin on Monday to celebrate his youngest son’s 18th birthday.  The former England midfielder celebrated his son Cruz’s birthday by sharing a pint at Long Hall on South Great George’s Street, one of Dublin’s oldest pubs. Beckham wrote on Instagram, “God I’ve missed Dublin” after sharing some photographs from the quick … Read more

Wild life Photography Competition 2023, Submit your photos to Eye on Nature

Eye on Nature, RTÉ’s wildlife photography competition, launched on RTÉ One’s Nationwide in association with Mooney Goes Wild on RTÉ Radio 1 and the Office of Public Works (OPW) and the National Botanic Gardens. For the third year, RTÉ’s Eye on Nature competition will give wildlife photographers across Ireland the opportunity to showcase their immense … Read more

Virgin Media Television, hit by ‘major hack,” won’t be able to air some shows

The National Cyber Security Centre is looking into an investigation into a “major hack” at Virgin Media Television. Virgin Media Television said that it will not be able to broadcast certain of its previously recorded programmes because it is battling a “unauthorised attempt” to access its systems. Programming on Virgin Media Three, Four, More and … Read more

Irish stars win prizes at British Academy Film Awards in London

Irish stars won a number of prestigious awards at the BAFTAs on Sunday evening. Martin McDonagh, the writer-director of The Banshees of Inisherin, and stars Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan were among the winners at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) in London. Irish filmmaker McDonagh was honoured with Best Original Screenplay; Condon and Keoghan … Read more

Experience the joyous celebrations of Dublin Holi Splash 2023

Immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of India with a night filled with Holi music and dance. Dublin Events, in collaboration with Bollywood DJs Ireland, is organising Holi Splash 2023. The event will begin at 10 p.m. on March 11 at Dtwo Night Club. You will be able to dress up in colourful outfits, and … Read more

Colin Farrell hoping to secure first Bafta of 25-year career

Irish actor Colin Farrell may win his first Bafta at Sunday’s ceremony, where Netflix’s anti-war epic All Quiet On The Western Front leads the pack with 14 nominations. The Irish actor, whose 25-year career has included roles in both Hollywood blockbusters and independent movies, is up for the first time in the category of best actor … Read more

Screen International reveals Irish talent selected for Inaugural Rising Stars Ireland

UK entertainment trade publication  Screen International, in association with Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland, has revealed the filmmakers and actors selected for the first-ever Rising Stars Ireland talent spotlight. Ten upcoming actors, directors, producers, and writers who are about to make a significant career breakthrough have been chosen. All of the individuals picked are either Irish citizens or permanently … Read more

World’s oldest dog creates Guinness World Record as he turns 30

A Portuguese dog named Bobi celebrated his 30th birthday in a tiny village in central Portugal last year. Guinness World Records has recognised him as the “oldest dog in the world.” Rafeiro do Alentejo dogs typically live 12 to 14 years, and Bobi is a purebred member of this breed. He was 30 years and … Read more

‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ Win Big at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards

The Banshees of Inisherin was one of the big winners at the 43rd London Critics’ Circle Film Awards, which were held on Sunday at the May Fair Hotel. British-Irish director Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy left the ceremony with five prizes. The film, which is about two friends going through a catastrophic breakdown in their relationship … Read more

Dublin’s Wild Youth to represent Ireland at Eurovision

Irish entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, “We Are One,” by Dublin band Wild Youth, has been selected as the nation’s official entry. The Eurosong competition took place on Friday night on the Late Late Show with six contestants. A fellow contestant, Connolly, who placed second with her song “Midnight Summer Night,” and the Dublin band … Read more

Royal Irish Academy of Music officially open its redeveloped campus

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, and Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, have today opened the redeveloped campus of the Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM). The RIAM renovation project was built to the rear of Georgian buildings owned by the RIAM on … Read more

Minister Catherine Martin announces a new film on Mná100 exploring violence against women during the Irish Civil War

Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin welcomes a new short film by Mná100 and Professor Lindsey Earner-Byrne, titled ‘Mary M. and Sexual Violence: Ordinary Voices and the Irish Civil War’, as part of the Decade of Centenaries Programme 2012-2023. As we begin the final year of the Decade of Centenaries … Read more

Ballinasloe Indian Cultural Community celebrate Republic Day

Ballinasloe Indian Cultural Community in Ireland celebrated India’s 74th Republic Day. Toji Kunjumon, an ex-Navy officer, hoisted the national flag and Mr. George Francis addressed the gathering.After that, there was a magic show for the children. The organisers gave an explanation to the children about the importance of Republic Day celebrations. The organisers pledged to involve kids … Read more