Ten years old – and worth €3 billion a year to Irish tourism

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That jewel of Irish tourism, the Wild Atlantic Way, is ten years old today – and is worth more than €3 billion a year...

A man for all seasons

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After 16 years as kitman to the London senior football team Phil Roche is calling it a day By Damian Dolan He’s been threatening it for...

First fiddle

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By David Hennessy Meabh Smyth from Armagh was the inaugural Fiddler of London back in 2021. Although COVID restriction prevented the final taking place in person,...

BibleCode Sundays rock Scala

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By David Hennessy The BibleCode Sundays played one of their biggest headline gigs ever at Scala, Kings Cross on Saturday 9 March for the...

Kyna Boyle to represent London at Mary from Dungloe

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Kyna Boyle has been confirmed as the ‘London Mary’ representative for this year’s Mary from Dungloe Festival. The 21-year-old, who has strong west Donegal connections,...

‘The greatest city in the world’ goes green

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By David Hennessy Thousands lined the streets of London and packed into Trafalgar Square for the Mayor’s St Patrick’s Day parade and concert on the...

Music promoter and businessman Vince Power dies aged 76

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Tributes have been paid to well known music promoter Vince Power who has died at the age of 76. Power ran some of London’s top...

‘The power of sport’

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Trevor Ringland, former Ireland rugby player who has been honoured with an MBE for his community work, told David Hennessy about the role sport...

Ashford Place mental health and arts festival to come to Liverpool

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The dates have been announced and submissions are open for Shout Liverpool. Shout Liverpool follows the success of Shout London, the mental health and arts...

VIDEO: Shout London festival makes successful return

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By David Hennessy Shout London, the annual mental health film and arts festival, returned to The Kiln Theatre in Kilburn and The Crown Hotel...