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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 for the Ennis Street Arts Festival, writes Joe Ó Muircheartaigh. AS...

Consider yourself invited to Oliver

A STAGE production of Oliver will run in Scariff this December by the East Clare Musical Society. Details of the musical production have been released, with Oliver to run from December 8-11, including a Saturday...

#culturenight: Ennis heads for the Fringe

FROM a busking competition to the work of the Clare Art Scene and Clare’s Hollywood connection, there’s something for everybody at this year’s Ennis Fringe Festival as Ronan Judge discovers. THIS is the fifth...

Will Wars – what can go wrong?

“If there is any great secret of success in life it lies in the ability to put yourself in the other person’s place and to see things from his point of view – as...

Sweeney’s Men on the road to Miltown Malbay

Johnny Moynihan has a back catalogue that includes Sweeney’s Men, Planxty, De Danann and much more. Ahead of a reunion tour of Sweeney’s Men that begins in Spanish Point this Saturday night the...

COLUMN: The Just Right Parent – May 5, 2015

The Just Right Parent Column is written by Dr Toby Sachsenmaier, a Clinical Child Psychologist. This column was originally published in The Clare People of Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Dear Dr. Toby, Please help, I can’t...

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 was the perfect inspiration for the critical and philosophic mind...

Ennis postman delivers score for international tv show

THE tools of Kerry Whitehouse’s new trade dominate his home in Ennis. One room houses a custom built studio pieced together over the past two years. A 3D projector screen hangs in the sitting...
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Time Travel, the Leaving Cert, Brian Ferry and much more in the Life Section...

In the LIFE Section of tomorrow's Clare People we speak to North Clare film maker and author, Dermott Petty, about the debut of his new play, “Time Travel and the Leaving Cert”, later this...

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 Clare 1916-2016 Centenary Programme will be aired as part of...

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