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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Climbing into a man’s world

“Without thinking I climbed up until I reached the top.” ANGELA Collins from Kilkishen was just 19 years of age and maybe it was the...

Maud Gonne and the poet

Ann McBride is from Stonehall in Newmarket-on-Fergus and after returning to the Limerick School of Art and Design as a mature student to study...

Belfast to Shannon and back

Artist Christina Bennett left Belfast for a new life in Shannon over 40 years ago. Her story, as well as the stories of others...

Clare 1916 documentary on Galway Fringe Festival programme

A documentary film on 1916 devised by The Clare People’s Joe Ó Muircheartaigh and directed by Ennis artist Shelagh Honan that’s supported by the...

Tom Steele projection as part of Ennis Street Arts Festival

Tom Steele is synonymous with River Fergus around the Club Bridge in Ennis, something that has inspired an installation created by artist Shelagh Honan...

LIFE: Bringing home away from home

For 30 years the Burren Chernobyl Project has help shape, and sometimes save, the lives of young people living in Belarus. The benefits to...

Mick O’Dea 1916 exhibition at Royal Hibernian Academy

Mick O’Dea was just eight years of age in 1966, but the Golden Jubilee anniversary of the Easter Rising made a lasting impression on...

Dublin’s Burning – Mike Hanrahan to re-imagine The Rising through music, song and poetry

The events of Easter 1916 was a revolution of ideas as-much-as a revolution of arms. The men and women of the GPO and Bolands...

Do you like a little bling on your house at Christmas? Send your pictures...

The Clare People is looking for the most Christmasy house in all of Clare. If you like to give you house a little extra...

An exploration of us

Circumnavigating the world in a home-made boat, dodging pirates in the Red Sea, spending weeks at sea without any sign of human existence, this...