The cult of Santa Muerte is deep and intoxicating.
An Irishman and a Spanish man, in very different yet comparable circumstances, both invented something revolutionary. This is the story of the Irishman and Spaniard who invented the submarine.
I filmed a performance of Bollywood and Belly dancing, with a mixture of Irish dancing, recently, and it got me thinking about the deep connection between Ireland and India.
The amazing connection between Basque and Irish music
A walk through a neighbourhood in Madrid, which is home to diplomats, embassies and a lot of history.
As often is the case with history, forgotten stories tend to be some of the best ones.
In our previous article, we discussed how the Irish came to Spain. It was a eulogy for the death of Gaelic Ireland and an essay on the uncertain future of those newly […]
Many years ago, I was asked a make or break question at the end of an interview. It was for what was to be my first language teaching job.
This is the story of the troublesome Irish Refugees in Spain. Immigration and refugees are two interlinked concepts that seem unmistakably modern.
Immigration and refugees are two interlinked concepts that seem unmistakably modern.
With thanks to Jose Miguel Morales; without his help, this article wouldn’t have been possible.
It was by pressing hard against a pen, and not guitar strings, that his fingers bled.