La Laguna is an extraordinary place. As the tram ascends from Santa Cruz, the endless ensemble of low industrial buildings does little to prepare you for what is to be found at […]
Irish Treble: Jigs & Reels in Madrid
We interviewed a group of Spanish girls who perform Irish dancing in Madrid.
Oaths of a Strange Language: Translating Riders to the Sea into Spanish
A little known play set in a far flung corner of Ireland had a profound effect on my senses and on my relationship with my interior and exterior worlds.
The Hugo Blanco & LaLiga Interview – How Spanish Football Is Changing The World
Originally published on laligablog.com and with thanks to Hugo Blanco for granting the interview.
Spoken, Loved, Unwritten: The Strange Evolution of the Basque Language
The Basque language remained unwritten for 1,000 years. Find out why.
Outer & Inner worlds: The Irishman and Spaniard who invented the Submarine
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.
An Irishman Playing the Alboka: Irish & Basque Music
The amazing connection between Basque and Irish music
Fitting In: How The Irish Became Spanish
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 […]
The Troublesome Irish in Spain
Immigration and refugees are two interlinked concepts that seem unmistakably modern.
The Troublesome Irish Refugees in Spain
This is the story of the troublesome Irish Refugees in Spain. Immigration and refugees are two interlinked concepts that seem unmistakably modern.
An Irishman’s Philosophy of Teaching in Madrid
Take a well-known airline brand, well-attired air hostesses, confident and famous footballers, and mix them together. The result is a clever and inspired promotional video.
Talking Terraces: The Best 3 Spots in Madrid
The terrace culture is Madrid.