As He Grows Sicker, One Man Cycles Between Homelessness and Hospital Bedsby Sean Finnan
To use his nebuliser, he needs a plug. It’s not a problem when he’s in hospital or within easy reach of a socket. It’s different when he’s left on the streets.
On Wellington Quay, a Dublin Band Plays Not-So-Traditional Romanian Folk Musicby Aura McMenamin
“Fireflyes came from the desire to have something that’s not as mainstream as the rest of the Romanian music in Ireland,” says Rares Mihai Nicula, who plays guitar in the band.
Together, They're Overcoming Their Stammers and Finding Their Voicesby Erin McGuire
In her mid-20s, Laura Ludmany learnt a new way to breathe. “That was actually the first time in my life I could say my name.”
The Tastes of the Bahamas Served in a Ballsbridge Kitchenby Sean Finnan
Susan Elizabeth Maguire delights in mixing bold flavours, from deep-fried plantains with pineapple chutney, to lime and thyme in Irish soda bread
Adeline Berry Puts a Call Out for Paintings and Prose by Dublin Sex Workersby Shamim Malekmian
The resulting exhibition or underground publication, she hopes, will be unveiled on 17 December, the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.
A Handmade Zine Riffs, for Years, on Themes of Belongingby Sean Finnan
“People always ask us what’s the theme and I always say the same as last time – the internal struggle to fit in,” says Saul Philbin Bowman.
A Dublin Group Sketches the City's Nooks and Cranniesby Aura McMenamin
They meet every Sunday in a different spot, where they quietly contemplate and capture the details that others usually overlook.
"Pushed Out" of the Workforce in Middle Age, Derek Byrne Finds Inspiration for His First Playby Aura McMenamin
“Shadows” tells the story of of two ex-lovers who meet in an alleyway, at a popular “cruising” spot for gay men. It’s set to premiere at the Dublin Fringe Festival next month.