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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

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Opinion: Hip-hop culture has been misunderstood - it's not about misogyny or glorifying crime
As they prepare for the 2021 Top 8 Street Dance Battle, Tobi Omoteso and Deborah O’Connor explain what hip-hop culture means to them.
'People are dying to dance': Entertainment industry gears up as restrictions on live music ease
Those working in the sector have said the full return to work will not happen instantly.
Those working in the sector have already seen an increase in demand since the government announcement, Michelle Hennessy reports.
The industry has said the PUP should continue to be available for workers in the industry until they can return to full employment.
Travel rules for US tourists to Ireland unchanged despite EU decision to remove from safe list
WHO monitoring new coronavirus variant named 'Mu'
Opinion: 'Mother felt very much like a house party that happened to be in a club'
Cormac Cashman, founder of Mother and other clubs and festivals is confident we will dance again after Covid-19, but hopes no one from the events industry is left behind.
Opinion: 'It's only as an adult in a post-Brexit world that the extent of what people lived through in the Troubles hits home'
Two women and dancers, Nicola Curry and Liz Roche, explore their own stories of growing up on both sides of the border.
'People tend to start doing cocaine because it's so much more socially acceptable'
Dominic McGrath reports on Dublin’s midnight scene.
'Mum was and still is a very funny person. I want to show there's another side to dementia'
Philip Connaughton is a carer – along with members of his family – for his mother. Now he’s exploring their changed relationship in a new show as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival.
'We're so conditioned to keep quiet. I notice it in myself all the time'
On some days it feels like being a woman could be the reason I don’t get certain opportunities, but it’s not clear cut, writes Liz Roche.
4 events for... shape-throwing lovers of dance
See a tutu-free Swan Lake set in the midlands or referee a dance battle in Tallaght.
'They were creating their vision of a new Ireland': Bringing up your family as Gaeilge in the 1950s
A new documentary looks at how some families did this from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Lords of Strut held a dance party on the DART this week and people were surprisingly up for it
Even if we’re just dancin’ on the dart~
A unique comedy duo from Cork completely wowed the audience on Britain's Got Talent
People already want them to win the whole thing.
Cruinniú na Cásca: Hundreds of thousands attend Ireland's newest cultural festival
Cruinniú na Cásca attracted some 550,000 people to events around the country.
Behind the St Patrick's Day parade: 'You walk in with tears in your eyes - they are so dedicated'
We spoke to the two women responsible for the St Patrick’s Festival pageants, which will make up part of the parade this year.
Here's Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance performing at Trump's inauguration last night
“A haon, a dó, a trí, ceathair!”
Drag, dance and George Bush: 9 shows to catch at the Tiger Dublin Fringe
We’ve had a look through the programme and picked some of the best shows.
Pardew: Forgive me for my FA Cup final dance
The Crystal Palace boss could not hide his delight after watching his side open the scoring at Wembley yesterday.
Meet the man who can teach you to dance - without even being able to hear the music
We spoke to Chris Fonseca, the London dance teacher who can’t hear the music playing – but can still feel the beat.
Auschwitz survivor makes successful dance show debut at the age of 90
Holocaust survivor Eva Fahidi is currently starring in a sold-out duet in Budapest.
"You don't do it down the supermarket": An Irish lawyer on taking up contemporary dance classes
Professional dancer Sibéal Davitt (pictured) also tells us how dance classes helped her follow her dreams.
DJ dropped from festivals after comparing gay people to Irish paedophile priests
Ten Walls says the posts were “out of character”.
George Hook grabbed his crotch during a hip-hop routine on The Late Late Show
And it cannot be unseen.
An Irish student has made a dance remix featuring the voice from the Leaving Cert Irish aural
Calvin Harris, eat your heart out.
Watch this dad perform a flawless treadmill dance routine to Moves Like Jagger
Work it.
Little girl jamming in the car is you in the club tonight
What to see in THE MIDLANDS on Culture Night
It’s Culture Night on Friday – and here’s our guide to what’s happening around the country.
Not sure what to see at the Tiger Fringe? Let us help
Dance, theatre, or zombies? We help you decide.
You need to watch this guy putting on his trousers without using his hands
An extremely valuable skill, no doubt.
The Gronk went on 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' to bench press and dance -- it was pretty cringetastic
He likes to dance.
Column: Dance has the ability to bring people together, no matter where they're from
Africa Day celebrations are taking place nationwide. Here, student and dancer Onai Tafuma writes about her life in Ireland.
Supermum performs the most epic of wedding dances with her son
And she did it all in heels!
You HAVE to see how incredibly these little kids can salsa dance
It’ll fill you with awe, joy and jealousy all at once.
Man recreates Napoleon Dynamite dance 100 days in a row, absolutely NAILS it
Dance! Nothing left for me to do but dance!
8 ways you'll know you were an Irish dancing kid
AND right 2 3 4 5 6 7, 1 2 3, 1 2 3.
VIDEO: Turning stories of addiction and trauma into a powerful dance show
Woman Stood Regardless, by Catherine Young Dance, takes to the stage this weekend.
Kevin Bacon recreated Footloose three decades later and it was AMAZING
Brother dances in public after losing bet, starts impromptu street party
Dance like rush-hour traffic is watching.
Make a day of International Women’s Day
A protest and soapbox event is due to take place in Dublin today.
Seven young people hospitalised at Belfast gig
Dutch DJ Hardwell is performing inside the arena.
Toddler becomes obsessed with TV theme tune
Who could blame him?
Belfast's 'happy' dancing will cheer you up this morning
Because they’re HAPPY.