Aoibhin is a news writer for TheatreMaker.ie and a soon to be DCU Journalism graduate.
A Green Arts Forum was held by Theatre Forum on Thursday, April 22 as part of their Green Arts Initiative.
The Abbey Theatre announced the 14 recipients of the Commemoration Bursaries which are named in honour of those who lost their lives on Bloody Sunday in 1920. The bursary is awarded to artists to fund new work inspired by the events of the civil war period, according to the Abbey.
Applications for round one of the Arts and Disability Connect (ADC) 2021 scheme opened last week and will…
For the second year in a row, Imagine! Belfast Festival will take place virtually with 115 webcasts.
Last month, the UK Government announced their roadmap for the first half of 2021, culminating in all social distancing restrictions being lifted on June 21st.
“It’s trying to achieve an Irish performance art industry that all artists, makers and employees feel safe and know their rights, and are kept informed of what they are entitled to and what their responsibilities are.”
The report of the Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce, titled ‘Life Worth Living’, was published back in October…