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Thursday, October 29, 2020

Fill your heart with Ireland’s food, drink and crafts

For now you can’t go to Ireland, but Ireland can still go to you via the wonderful food, drink and artisan crafts...

Landscapes of Ireland, then and now

Sculpted over millennia by natural and human forces, the landscapes of the island of Ireland have offered dramatic photo opportunities ever since...

New map points the way to an Irish gin journey

A great new Gin Distillery Map charts the must-try experiences and many ways to discover the story of the classic spirit around...

New viewing case for Ireland’s precious Book of Kells

One of Ireland’s most important cultural treasures has a new state-of-the-art home that enhances viewing and safeguards it for future generations.

Celtic Ireland, where Halloween all began

Halloween is coming – but did you know it is Ireland we have to thank for the most popular customs and traditions...

Ancient Skellig Michael steps inspire Irish distillery

A newly opened craft gin and whiskey distillery on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is inspired by the island of Skellig Michael, the UNESCO World...
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‘Dreams’ of hope and friendship from Ireland

A new video featuring six school choirs performing ‘Dreams’ by Irish rock band The Cranberries is sharing a message of hope and friendship to...

Join Sinéad Burke on a journey through contemporary Ireland with Abbey Theatre’s Dear Ireland

Dear Ireland brings together the voices of 50 writers and 50 actors to create 50 ‘postcards from Ireland’ that reflect life today.


Learn how to speak like a local with these great Scottish words and their meanings. From ‘braw’ to ‘wheesht’, we’ll equip you...

Read up on the essence of Dublin for Bloomsday

Bloomsday, the Irish capital’s annual festival dedicated to literary genius James Joyce, is always marked on 16 June. It’s a...

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