Wine, woman and song

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By Michael McDonagh In 1992, having spent some time as a session musician, with the Irish National Symphony Orchestra Dublin-born Eleanor McEvoy started playing the...

Arnold Fanning: ‘I thought somebody was going to kill me’

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By Colin Gannon Born there to Irish parents fifty years ago, London became a second home of sorts to Dubliner Arnold Thomas Fanning. In the...

The true, behind the scenes, story of Riverdance

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In 1994, Riverdance took the world by storm. It has since made Strabane-born producer John McColgan, and his wife Moya Doherty, from Donegal, multi-millionaires...

Nathan Carter’s St. Patrick’s BBC Bonanza

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Country star Nathan Carter and his band are throwing a big party this St Patrick’s weekend. On Friday 15 March, at 8pm, BBC...

St. Patrick’s film festival in London to celebrate diversity

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The modern face of Ireland will be celebrated at this year’s St. Patrick’s Film Festival in London. Inspired by London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s ‘London is...

Nathan Carter’s special St. Patrick’s Day show

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Country star Nathan Carter and his band are throwing a big party on St. Patrick's day - and everyone’s welcome. Taking place this Sunday,...

Margo: From The Beatles to Big Tom and Dolly Parton

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Irish country music legend Margo did not feel like celebrating 50 years in the business when she reached that milestone five years ago as...

Taking the boat was never like this

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Cinemas, shops, games rooms, literary quotes splashed across walls and, most importantly, panoramic sea views - meet Irish Ferries’ €150 million state-of-art eco-friendly mega-ferry,...

‘What’s On’ guide for March, with Willie Moone

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Fill up your event diaries with Willie Moone’s entertainment listings – from necessary art and culture to local community events. Meetings & Networks London Irish Graduate...

Michael Commins: ‘Now Country has these songs about tractors’

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None of the famous names in Irish Country music would be where they are if they did not have great songs. There’s one man who...