As the spoken word scene in Dublin continues to flourish, Ezra Maloney sits down with founder of Flash Poetry Nights, Tadgh Dolan, to discuss the Dublin poetry scene and its growth. As the slam poetry scene in Dublin continues to expand, more and more nights have cropped up all across the city.
Visiting a spa in Iceland, Tadgh Dolan talks about self-consciousness, relaxing and the power of self-care When we arrived in Iceland there was only one place on my mind. I had heard about the Blue Lagoon from my Dad.
'Psoriasis'. It's a small word that packs a punch. For those unfamiliar with the disease, it can be defined as a skin disorder that causes you to break out in patches of red scales that can itch or be incredibly painful. Like many skin disorders, there are variations in the degree and severity of the disease.
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Tadgh Dolan talks about the impact psoriasis has had on his life.
Fresh off the heels of sold out performances in Dublin and Cork, Rory O'Neill (or Panti Bliss rather) chats to Tadgh Dolan about gay rights, offensive jokes, and plans for the future.
As Dan Colley of Collapsing Horse Theatre prepares to address the students of UCD, Tadgh Dolan sits down with him to talk about Irish theatre, puppetry, and being an artist. Waiting at a table in the foyer of the Project Arts Theatre, one could almost start to feel like an artist.
From Nidge's other woman to James Joyce's Ulysses, Tadgh Dolan chats to Love/Hate's Mary Murray about her acting career thus far and what lies ahead. Since hitting our screens as the brazen brothel matron Janet in RTE's hit show Love/Hate, Irish actor Mary Murray has seen her star rise dramatically.
Listening to 'I Wanna Dance with Somebody', it becomes almost impossible not to momentarily wish that Whitney Houston had never entered the big, bad world of music. Her features are angelic, her smile is captivating, and one begin to wonder if such a delicate creature was destined to be a pop-megastar.
As the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival enters its tenth year, Tadgh Dolan speaks to Festival Director Gràinne Humphreys about what is in store for Ireland's celluloid lovers This year the Jameson International Film Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary, hitting the capital from 16th to the 26th of February.
Author, journalist, and UCD alumna Maeve Binchy is remembered by Tadgh Dolan Maeve Binchy was one of Ireland's most prolific storytellers. In a career that began with the publication of her first novel, Light a Penny Candle, in 1982, she would go on to sell over 40 million copies of her books worldwide.