International Epilepsy Day is taking place on February 8 this year. This is a global day of epilepsy awareness that provides the opportunity for people with epilepsy to share their lived experiences of the condition. They do this in order to raise awareness within their communities in an effort to […]

We are excited to be hosting another Live Webinar on February 25 on the fascinating subject of Fasting Mimicking, with Patrick Holford.  Fasting Mimicking is a very interesting idea; basically it’s how to achieve the benefits of fasting without actually starving yourself! I have tried it myself and it really […]

As a society we are constantly growing, changing and evolving. Each generation questions aspects of the previous status quo and often brings change to things that seemed totally unquestionable before. Some things change fast and easily, others require hard and prolonged battles, endurance and courage. Anything regarding topics of sex […]

It’s a sure sign of going stir crazy when you get super excited about potato cakes. This past month has left me feeling almost rudderless; apart from our Monday shop painting stints there’s very little structure to our days except for mealtimes It’s a tricky time of the year when […]

Over 2000 people were hired, 405 live shows hosted, and 416,000 audience members engaged, thanks to the pilot live performance support scheme, launched in December 2020, by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport, and Media and Minister Catherine Martin. The scheme provided an incredibly progressive and timely financial […]

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