At the turn of the last century, James Joyce gave the world a unique window into Dublin life.
In Ireland, we know all too well the challenge to keep our Gaelic language alive.
Samuel Beckett, the great outsider, the last modernist, the writer of one of theatre’s most celebrated plays.
Cú Chulainn is considered by many to be Ireland’s greatest legendary hero.
Jeremy King, the band’s frontman sat down and talked to us about the band, their influences and what drew him to the art of Celtic folk.