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Graham Mitchell

Tune of the Week // Graham Mitchell – Maria Browne

Tune of the Week // Graham Mitchell – Maria Browne I first heard about this guy from my friend, Sarah. It was about four or five years ago and there was this young fella called Milky near where she lived [...]

September 23, 2017 Tune Of The Week
An hour to Kill - In Dublin - O'Connell Street - nessymon

An hour to kill.. in Dublin

It’s not often I get an hour just to wander around Dublin’s city centre. It’s the thing I miss most about not living there. Having an hour to sit and have a coffee, looking at a window at the world [...]

January 13, 2017 Dublin
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St Patrick’s Day Parade – I have a confession to make

My first memory of St Patrick’s Day is standing in our house in Rockfield Road in Kells, screaming my head off as my Mum was putting a nice green ribbon in my hair. Daddy was bringing me to Mass but [...]

March 8, 2016 Living

Leaving Ireland // Flight FR118 Dublin to London Gatwick

This is the second time that I’ve lived in London, last time, circa 2001-2002, I lasted about ten months. Living somewhere different was a lot harder then, there was no Facebook, no Twitter, we had basic internet on our TV!! [...]

September 4, 2015 Living

Lost in Translation

I picked up the phone and texted ‘Hey you! Welcome back! Fancy going to the Barenaked Ladies tonight?’. My Russian buddy, IT, had been back in Moscow for the summer. It was now September and university was about to start [...]

June 19, 2015 Living

Culture Café #8 // Conal Morrison // Director of Borstal Boy at The Gaiety

This post originally appeared on On this week’s podcast I had the pleasure of speaking to Conall Morrison (Centre), director of Brendan Behan’s Borstal Boy which has a run in The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. When I asked Conall if [...]

September 10, 2014 Culture Café Podcast