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Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

29 July 2020

Five Writers’ Homes
You’ll Want to Visit

To visit a writer’s house is to glimpse the inner life of a creative spirit. Unlike musicians or painters, writers need no special equipment or environment, […]
17 July 2020

What lies ahead for Cirque du Soleil and companies affected by Covid-19?

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, one of the most recognisable brands in live performance, filed for protection last month after the coronavirus pandemic forced closure of […]
15 July 2020

Live streaming in Brussels to support the music sector in Covid-19 times

The Brussels music scene is going through a crisis never experienced before. To support it, visit.brussels, Le Botanique and Kiosk Radio are launching artist residences and […]
11 July 2020

Escape Lockdown – With Music

Our senses can carry us to different places. Proust wrote famously about his trip down memory lane, triggered by the teatime aroma of madeleines. But music […]
7 July 2020

Santa Marta Lighthouse Museum: A Light from Cascais to the World

“At night I am a diamond that turns to warn men, for whom I live, even when I do not see them.” It is with this […]
7 July 2020

Palm Springs: The Mecca of the “Chic” Desert

A two-hour drive from Los Angeles, Palm Springs is like an open-air museum. Home to post-war Hollywood stars, the city is full of minimalist gems built […]
3 July 2020

Escape Lockdown with a book

This summer and in the coming months, many of us find ourselves with hopes for holidays dashed and travel plans in disarray. One thing remains constant […]
3 July 2020

Capacity management in the “new normal”

Museums and attractions are starting to open but in a very different operating environment for the foreseeable future. The cultural sector is under financial stress, with […]
29 June 2020

Top 5 Museums to Visit in Monschau

Monschau is a small town located in the Eifel region of Western Germany. Monschau is a city that you must visit, you can see beautiful and […]
26 June 2020
Vancouver

A special museum in Vancouver

As the Black Lives Matter movement renews discussions about our understanding of history and the value (or otherwise) of certain statues and memorials, it’s worth paying […]
19 June 2020

Culture in times of Covid-19: What’s at risk for society

The cultural sector across the world is facing a crisis due to COVID-19. The International Council on Museums (ICOM) reported that 95% of the estimated 60,000 […]
15 June 2020

Shakhrisabz: Capital of the Maqom music

It is not easy to travel to Uzbekistan from Brussels. Unfortunately, our Brussels airport doesn’t have any direct connection to Central Asia. One who aims to […]
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