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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...

Last Dance at Sluagh Hall – In tomorrow’s Clare People we remember the Lahinch...

As a young boy, Tomsie O'Sullivan used to hitch a ride to school on the army trucks which made their way back and forth from Sluagh Hall to the West Clare Railway station...

International experts celebrate with Burren College of Art

A twice-nominated Turner Prize painter, the Dean of Colombia University's School of Art, a former Danish Minister for Culture and a leading art theorist from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago are...

Outdoor projection for Ennis Street Arts Festival

The Club Bridge in Ennis will provide a unique viewing gallery for art this coming Saturday night during the Ennis Street Festival when local visual artist Shelagh Honan mounts a series of large-scale projections...

Katie O’Donohue: Becoming the singer

Even as a young child, Katie O’Donohue was always singing. Her father’s love of classical music had imbedded in her a deep passion for music and for the human voice. Despite this love, it...

#culturenight: Four of the best

A programme of films by Fergus Tighe THE Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon will be the venue for a series of events that take place this Friday, from morning to late. In the morning the venue will...
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Hermitage Memories

A little video montage of loved ones, lost but not forgotten from the Hermitage area in Ennis put together by Fiona O'Sullivan..... For great memories of Ennis over the years visit You are a true...

A new take on musical theatre

Vernon Little is guilty. I know it, you know it, sure didn’t the people on the television tell us. Except, Vernon Little isn’t guilty. Ahead of the Ennis premier of the Booker Prize winning...

VIDEO: #culturenight: Seeing the ‘Wood from the Trees’

‘The house at Coole has gone now; razed to the ground,” said WB Yeats in 1929. ‘They came like swallows and like swallows went,’ he added. ‘Wood from the Trees’ is an installation, which is...
Paul O'Sullivan and his sister Marcella

‘Trapped for 36 years’

Meet Paul O’Sullivan. Paul is non-verbal autistic. He spent 36 years of his life looking at four walls in a State care unit. On November 28, 2013, Paul, aged 49, finally got out thanks to...

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