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Heidi Talbot – Bedlam Boys (free track)

Formerly lead singer with Cherish The Ladies, Heidi is right at home in the twin worlds of Irish traditional and roots music. 2010 saw Heidi nominated for two BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and record and tour with Idlewild, Eddi Reader, Michael McGoldrick, and Kris Drever. It also saw her play sell-out concerts all over the UK and Ireland and launch her new record The Last Star to rave reviews. Read More »

45 things to do in Cork City

Cork city is a wonderful place to spend a few days wandering around. It's a bustling little city, very compact, easy to walk and has something to suit most tastes. From the artsy type to the nature lover, adventure seeker to the sports enthusiasts, I'm sure there's something in Cork City that'll take your fancy. Read More »

What’s happening in Ireland in 2012

2011 is fast coming to an end, but there are some great festivals and activities lined up around the country for 2012. Whether you live in Ireland and are looking for something to do, or are planning a trip to the emerald isle this coming year, our month-by-month slider below will keep you busy during your time there. Read More »

Golfing in Ireland

Ireland has a very long association with the world of golf and is famed for its fantastic golf courses.  A lot of tourism to the country is directly attributed to golfing vacations due to the facilities available, as well as the annual golf competitions held there. If you’re looking for information on where to golf in Ireland, great golf courses, golfing competitions ... Read More »

Top Ten Irish Tourist Destinations

Ireland is a wonderful place to visit. It has so much to offer, with its deep history, friendly people and long standing traditions. Here we have compiled a list of ten of the most interesting places to visit on the island of Ireland. Read More »

How do I trace my Irish Ancestors?

Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses, yearning to breath free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, tempest tossed, I lift my lamp beside the golden door. Read More »

Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone

Blarney is a small town just a few miles to the north of Cork City in the southern end or Ireland. Blarney is famously known across the globe for its castle, but probably more so for it’s world renowned Blarney Stone. Kissing the Blarney Stone will give you what is locally and affectionately known as the “gift of the gab”. Read More »

Guinness, and the Guinness Storehouse

Located at St. James' Gate in Dublin, The Guinness Storehouse, Ireland's number one tourist attraction, is just a short walk from Dublin's city centre and is a must-see for any tourist coming to Ireland. Read More »