The humble hedgerow is an iconic element of the Irish countryside, reflecting local history and geology while sheltering native fauna and flora. Ireland’s hedgerows date predominantly from the 18th Century, …Read the full article.
Breaking winter’s spell Did snowdrops nod their lazy heads Cowbells clang across the miles Milky droplets fall to earth Spring rains soak the path beside you Searchers calling, calling, …Read the full article.
Marcus Marcus and the Hurting Heart, by Rab S. Fulton Act 1: Visiting Glaik Scene Four If ‘A Prayer of Thankful Celebration’ had made me uncomfortable, the details of my anniversary itinerary …Read the full article.
This week I spoke with the very talented Galway-based author Nuala O’Connor to discuss her recently awarded literature residency for Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris next year, what she likes …Read the full article.
An Áit Eile have the pleasure of sharing a new single from, Galway band, JANAJ. ‘Badlands’ is a track packed with loud and lush instrumentation, especially the reverb and distortion …Read the full article.
An Áit Eile and The Growery are co-hosting a workshop about land co-operatives next Friday (23rd March) and Saturday (24th March) in the Westside Resource Centre, Galway City. Open to all, Friday’s workshop (Part …Read the full article.