Inside the November issue of Irish Country Magazine

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Take a look inside the November issue of Irish Country Magazine – with lots of exciting features to uplift and inspire

Introducing Tolü Makay

After a record-breaking year, Tolü Makay speaks to Klara Heron about growing up in Offaly, quitting a ‘dream’ job to pursue music, and finding her true self through song-writing. In January, Tolü went viral with her breathtaking cover of The Saw Doctors’ N17. Her pure sound and emotive performances have earned her comparisons with the likes of Nina Simone and Erykah Badu, and as her tour kicks off this month, she shares her excitement at being back in front of Irish audiences once again.

Tolü Makay wears a look from Maje @ Kildare Village for the November issue of Irish Country Magazine

Winter is coming

With comforting recipes from Donal Skehan’s new cook book, the bright stars of Irish cheese for a selection to impress guests, ideas for creating a cosy atmosphere at home, as well as a jam-packed style special detailing the key trends for winter 2021 – we’ll have you ready to embrace the cooler season.

Shine bright

Inside our November issue , we’re taking a deep-dive into the world of jewellery. From old to new, to borrowed and  blue – there’s something for everyone, whether it’s a gift for someone special or indeed a well deserved gift-to-self.

One brave voice

Catherine Corless has been hailed as hero of our time, and rightly so. Her tireless work fighting for the truth behind the burial graves in Tuam has been documented in a riveting new book. She speaks to Róisín Healy abut her own personal story, and how it has shaped her brave story to today.

Win a five-star escape

If all that isn’t enough, you can enter our November competition to win a two-night experience at the reimagined Carton House, a Fairmount Managed Hotel. Find all the details you need here.

The November issue of Irish Country Magazine is in supermarkets and shops nationwide; available for digital download on irishcountrymagazine.ie/subscribe-today. A limited edition of the magazine is available in audio and Braille to members of NCBI.