- alternative scene
- Brian Finnegan
- comic strips
- contemporary art
- Creative Culture
- East End
- Fashion East
- Film Festival
- food italy culture tradition
- Gareth Pugh
- Jonathan Saunders
- Old Truman Brewery
- street art
- Temple Bar
- Glasgow through the lens
- “Holy week not that holy anymore”
The loss of Semana Santa’s religious background
- Strong Sarajevan art lacks hope for future
- Mediterranean metropolis makeover
How to create a new identity out of history, setbacks and some Parisian glamour
- Temple Bar
Cultural centre, or tourist trap?
- A slice of Paris in Istanbul
- The lively sound of fado
- Graffiti keeps him alive
- City of young culture
- Daniel Meakin: Profile of an Artist in Barcelona
- HafenCity: a wave of opportunity for the creative?
- Ginger isn’t only a spice
- Mobilizing Leicester for the Olympics
A strategy to mobilise the UK through culture and creativity
- Reawakening the soul of El Raval
- Enemies of cultural development
- East meets West orchestra
- Dancing to the CCBeats
- Loud and proud
Polish migrants share culture with Dubliners
- Toy layers of Dublin
- Three Monkeys
Sarajevo’s first body painting group
Loud and proud
Polish migrants share culture with DublinersPosted on 17 June 2011 | No CommentsYoung Polish migrants are loud and proud about sharing Polish arts and culture with Dubliners. In the basement unit of...
Press play to start
Young Polish migrant takes on big Irish-Polish film festivalPosted on 17 June 2011 | No CommentsNot many 25-year-olds can add “film festival organizer” to their C.V., but Anna Pospieszynska isn’t just any 25-year-old. In a...
“I’ve only experienced positive things”
Brian Finnegan lives in a tolerant and gay-friendly DublinPosted on 17 June 2011 | No CommentsBrian Finnegan is the editor of Gay Community News, also known as GCN. The Dublin-based magazine is Ireland’s longest-running LGBT...
Acceptance for gay theatre in DublinPosted on 15 June 2011 | No CommentsThe International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival is an annual event taking place in Dublin for two weeks since 2004. This...