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The World's Best Art Hotels

The World's Best Art Hotels

  by Carolina Kaufmann

The hotel industry has indeed revolutionised. Now we get the luxury of getting "2-in-1", by experiencing art within the comforts of our hotel. From the moment the doors are opened to you a sense of uniqueness overflows, leaving every [...]

Tags: Dublin, Art, art hotels, Athens, Austria, Chicago, Contemporary, international, Ipswitch, local, London, Marrakech, New York, Paris, St Barths, sydney, Thailand
Theatre Review: The Playboy Of The Western World

Theatre Review: The Playboy Of The Western World

  by Lizzie Pyle

The Playboy of the Western World  by Irish playwright John Millington Synge was first performed at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, on January 26, 1907 - where the mention of women’s undergarments caused audiences to riot!  Perhaps [...]

Tags: Dublin, Christy Mahon, Entertainment/Culture, Ireland, John Crowley, John Millington Synge, Michael James Flaherty, Pegeen, Ruth Negga, The Playboy of the Western World
Ticket Websites Can't Take THAT

Ticket Websites Can't Take THAT

  by Charlotte Jones

Websites selling the much anticipated concert tickets for Take That's latest tour have spectacularly crashed as fans eagerly log on to purchase tickets.  The UK stadium tour will see the band re-united and including Robbie Williams for [...]

Tags: Dublin, Birmingham, Cardiff, English music, Entertainment/Culture, Europe, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Monopolies, Music, Music Album Release, Robbie Williams, Sunderland, Take That, The Ticket Factory, Ticketmaster, Tickets, United Kingdom
Trinity Capital Hotel, Dublin

Trinity Capital Hotel, Dublin

  by sophiel

When in Dublin, book in to stay at the Trinity Capital Hotel which, thanks to a complete refurbishment in 2007 is an eclectic, comfortable and opulent choice in a central location opposite the historical Trinity College. Owned by the [...]

Tags: Dublin, Café Cairo, Capital Bars Group, Food and drink, Hospitality/Recreation, Trinity Capital Hotel, Trinity College
Gold! Spandau Ballet Are Back!

Gold! Spandau Ballet Are Back!

  by Charlotte Jones

Fans of eighties pop sensation, Spandau Ballet, are ecstatic that the band have put aside long-standing, bitter differences to reform for a world tour, commencing in Dublin this October. The five original members of the band appeared [...]

Tags: Dublin, 1980s, Entertainment/Culture, gold, Greatest hits albums, HMS Belfast, John Keeble, Music, Music industry, Pop music, Reformation, Spandau Ballet, To Cut a Long Story Short, tour, True