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United Kingdom and Ireland have a solid theatrical tradition, that during Christmas time express in the pantomimes. A pantomime or a panto is a musical play for families. The story is usually taken from classic fairy tales with added music and dances and nonsense. Then everything is seasoned with jo...

Are you planning to move to Ireland and you would like to know something more about Irish people? The way you can is by watching some Irish TV series. By doing that you will: Improve your listening skills Learn some Irish idioms and slang Have a glimpse of the Irish culture Enjoy and entertain yours...

Notting Hill (1999) The romantic movie everyone should watch at least once in life. Let’s admit it; can you avoid watching it every time it’s on TV? The story is about a clumsy bookseller that meets a Hollywood movie star. Will they fall in love or are their lives too different to be spent toget...

Literature and cinema have always been two important parts of the Irish culture, from the talented Oscar Wilde to the world-recognized Niel Jordan. Download our file to discover more about Irish writers, poets, film-makers and movies but also get information about museums and events that celebrate ...

Big Reader?? Don’t miss the Dublin Book Festival which will take place in Dublin City Hall from the 2sd to the 6th March 2011. The most famous book event in Ireland with authors, journalists, poets and thinkers form more than 80 countries but also debates, reading, seminars, workshops and even mo...

Aurelie, our Belgian intern, went to the Cork Opera House last Thursday to see Giselle by the Cork City Ballet. These are her impressions. Jeudi soir, j’ai assisté à la représentation du plus romantique des ballets, Giselle, à la Cork Opera House, une expérience magique. Moi qui danse depuis...