Our Pick of Events

Theatre

Yeats’ Women

Yeats’ Women tells the story of W.B. Yeats’ life and all the women who supported and inspired him, and is performed by Glynis Casson, Daniel Costello and Claire Roche. It includes his two sisters Lily and Lolly, his muse Maud Gonne, Lady Gregory, his wife George Yeats, Olivia Shakespeare and many others who also inspired his poetry.

On at: Tue Jun 13, 7:00 pm
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Music

The Summer Series at Trinity College

Hosted by MCD, Trinity will open its gates this summer for a series of gigs, from popular Irish acts to internationally acclaimed stars. The event will open with James Vincent McMorrow, who will be followed by the likes of Two Door Cinema Club and the Pixies.

Runs until Sun Jul 16

Literature

Bloomsday Festival: An Evening with Elizabeth Willis

Acclaimed American poet Elizabeth Willis will draw contemporary poetic links to Joyce’s experimental work and legacy in this intimate gathering in Poetry Ireland. The night will begin with readings before turning to relaxed conversation.

On at: Wed Jun 14, 6:30 pm
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Music

Flashmob at Hangar

After a hugely successful night in District 8 last year, Flashmob return to Hangar with another stand-out set. Support comes from Hangar’s Kaily & Adam Judge. Advanced tickets are a must for this huge show which is set to sell quickly.

On at: Sat Jun 24, 10:33 pm
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Food & Drink

Fusion Sundays

This unique Dublin market will celebrate ethnic diversity, offering a vast selection of international stalls, street-food from around the globe, interactive workshops and live performances. There will also be an Indian Bollywood Dance performance, pop-up yoga classes, Tarot reading, and live music to complete the authentic atmosphere.

On at: Sun Jun 11, 11:00 am
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Film

Dark Skies: A Festival of Science Fact and Fiction

This festival aims to explore the role that science has played in cinema over a number of years in the IFI. The films featured have been chosen for their willingness to incorporate plausible scientific methods and practices into their fictional scenarios, including The Right Stuff and Primer.

Runs until Sun Jul 16
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Film

Gaze LGBT Film Festival

Inspired by storytelling, the festival aims to engage audiences in a vibrant cinematic experience. Various LGBT perspectives from around the world will be explored through films that feature the difficulties facing the community.

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Film

Hepburn Forever

The month of June will feature a number of events that hope to celebrate Audrey and Katharine Hepburn. The talents of these women and their international fame will be brought into focus whilst exploring their vast and varied careers.

Runs until Sun Jun 4
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UNION: Noel Bowler

Bowler’s photographs explore the “ideological war between labour and capital”. This series is largely devoid of people, making them somewhat eerie, and highlight the tensions between labour and power. In the Gallery of Photography Ireland.

Runs until Sun May 14

Standard Exhibition

This is a series where every piece takes the form of the flag. Artists in this group show include Neil Carroll, Conor Mary Foy, Olivia Hassett, David Lunney, Alex de Roeck and Zoe Sheehy. A panel discussion will take place on April 8 in the Art Box Gallery.

 

Runs until Sat Apr 8

ROSC 50: 1967/2017

Fifty years ago, the first ever ROSC was one of the biggest, and most controversial, art exhibitions ever to be held in Ireland. For its anniversary, IMMA have joined up with the National Irish Visual Arts Library to examine the initial reception and criticism of the exhibition.

 

As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits and Mystics

IMMA’s latest offering presents more than 180 artworks that exhibit themes of spirituality. The exhibition spans a hundred years and features a wide range of artists from Wassily Kandinski to contemporary work from artists such as Steve McQueen as well as a number of new commissions.

 

 

Runs until Sat May 13

Jennifer Cunningham: All That Surrounds Us

Cunningham’s work explores the theme of decay, focusing on places of leisure. She focusses on abandoned amusement parks, glasshouses and derelict hotels also appear in her work, highlighting economic struggles and also the idea of renewal in the RHA.

 

 

Runs until Sun Apr 23

Dublin: Form to Abstraction

This group show features the work of Josephine Mannion, Jacinta Monks and Liz Levey. Mannion’s work focuses on the theme of commuting, Monks presents a series of nudes as well as Dublin city scenes and Levey’s work is abstract. In the Copper House Gallery.

 

 

Runs until Sat Apr 8

Bridget Flinn

Flinn presents a new body of work at Solomon Fine Art. A graduate of NCAD and the Royal College of Art in London, the exhibition will feature a number of landscape, still life and flower paintings. Her paintings take on an unusual stylized, semi abstracted form, yet retain a delicacy.

 

Runs until Sun May 21

Food & Drink

Miele Steam Masterclass

Miele’s culinary experts present this masterclass with the aim of revolutionising your understanding of steam cooking. They will go through the technicalities and the nutritional benefits of this cooking style. This event is free.

On at: Thu Apr 6, 10:00 am
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Food & Drink

Irish Food Tours

Delicious Dublin Tours are running top-notch food tours every Wednesday and Sunday. The tours are about three hours in length and will include food history, tips for eating out and plenty of nibbles along the way. Tickets €59.

 

 

Runs until Sun Jul 30
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Food & Drink

Gin Tasting Night

The Irish Gin Blogger and Drumshambo Gunpowder Irish Gin are teaming up to present the ultimate gin tasting night and masterclass at the James Griffin Pub. Ticket €5.

 

 

On at: Wed Apr 5, 7:30 pm
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Food & Drink

A Taste of France

Musgrave’s resident development chief and proud French native, Clement Pavie invites you to taste a wide array of specially selected French foods and wines. This event at Musgrave Marketplace is free.

 

On at: Thu Apr 6, 6:30 pm
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Food & Drink

Easter Wine Tasting Workshop

Wines Direct are running another one of their ever popular wine tasting events in Arnotts Department Stores. In the spirit of Easter, this event features a special chocolate and wine pairing workshop. Tickets €15.

 

 

 

On at: Thu Apr 13, 6:30 pm
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Food & Drink

Vegan Be Heroes

At the Brother Hubbard Supper Club, two chefs Rachel Lynch and Roisin Lynch have put together a 5 course vegan menu full of an abundance of flavour, texture and colour, locally sourced as much as possible. Home-made wines and drinks will also be available. Tickets €35.

 

 

On at: Tue Apr 11, 7:30 pm
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Food & Drink

BrewCon 2017

Ireland’s one and only brewing conference seeks to broaden the skills of brewers nationwide. In the Smock Alley Theatre there will be talks, goodie bags, lunch and a post-conference night out. Tickets €69.

 

On at: Sat Apr 29, 10:00 am
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Food & Drink

Disney Character Pub Crawl

After its success in Scotland, this much anticipated event makes its way to Temple Bar. This exciting twist on the traditional pub crawl sees all the participants dressed up as their favourite Disney characters. Tickets €7.

 

 

 

On at: Fri Apr 21, 7:20 pm
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Literature

What My Bones Said: An Evening of Spoken Word for RNCI

To mark Sexual Assault Awareness Month, as well as National Poetry Month, Caoimhe Donnelly will hold a spoken word event in solidarity with Rape Crisis Network Ireland. Poets will be lending their voices in support of survivors of sexual assault. Suggested donation is €5.

On at: Sat Apr 8, 8:00 pm

Literature

The Forever Court Book Launch

Eoin Colfer will launch The Forever Court, book 2 of the Knights of the Borrowed Dark trilogy in Easons O’Connell street. There will be short speeches, tasty nibbles and bubbles, as well as a signing and some class of dancing afterwards. Tickets are free and booking is not necessary.

 

On at: Fri Apr 7, 6:00 pm

Literature

Book Launch: Surviving Anne by Gustavo Dessel

In the Gutter’s Bookshop, Dessel will launch his latest novel Surviving Anne, dealing with the severe psychological difficulties suffered by a woman whose parents survived a Nazi concentration camp. Tickets are free, booking is essential.

 

On at: Fri Apr 7, 6:30 pm

Literature

Book Launch: Talkin’ Squirrel Blues by Pàdraig Hanratty

Hanratty will launch his latest novel in the Irish Writers Centre. Its main character, Moses McNamara has to rebuild his shattered life when his girlfriend suddendly leaves him. The book is a hilarious surreal tale of anguished love, missed deadlines and clanging guitars. Tickets are free and booking is not necessary.

 

On at: Thu Apr 6, 6:30 pm

Literature

Encounter with Domenico Starnone

Starnone is an Italian writer of international standing. He won the prestigious Italian literary award Premio Strega in 2001 with his novel Via Gemito. He will discuss his career with the audience. Enrica Maria Ferrara will moderate the event in the Istituto Italiano di Cultura.

 

On at: Thu Apr 6, 6:30 pm

Literature

Readings from Echoland

In the Howth Library, Joyce will read extracts from Echoland, a historical trilogy set at the time of World War II. Echoland has been selected as the Dublin: One City, One Book choice for 2017. Tickets are free, but booking is essential.

 

On at: Thu Apr 6, 11:00 am

Literature

Echoland

Joe Joyce will read extracts from Echoland, followed by a discussion with Dr. Ian Sansom, Associate Professor of Trinity College Dublin’s School of English in the Màirtìn Ui Chadhain Theatre, Arts Building. Tickets are free and booking is not necessary.

 

On at: Wed Apr 5, 7:00 pm

Literature

To Kill A Mockingbird

The bookclub of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland will host  ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ in the Oolong Flower POWER. The evening will start with a screening of the film followed by a lively discussion on it with food and drink. Tickets are free, but booking is essential.

 

On at: Wed Apr 5, 6:00 pm

Literature

Poetry Ireland Table Quiz 2017

Irish journalist John Banville and RTE Quiz Queen Marian Richardson will be special guests during a night of fun and facts in the chic Parisian ambience of Café en Saine. Funds raised will support emerging poets through Poetry Ireland. Tickets are €50 for a table of four.

 

On at: Mon Apr 3, 8:00 pm

Film

We Are X

We Are X follows one of Japan’s biggest bands, and one of the best selling music acts of the 90’s in the world, as they prepare for a reunion concert in New York. In the Lighthouse Cinema.

On at: Wed Apr 5, 7:00 pm

Film

Sketches of Kaitan City

The movie follows the action in Kaitan City during one New Year’s Eve, as a series of characters struggle with a harsh economic reality. In the Lighthouse Cinema.

 

On at: Wed Apr 12, 7:00 pm

Film

A Bride for Rip van Winkle

When a disgruntled bride befriends a famous actor, she finds herself the heir to a fortune and a creepy mansion. In the Lighthouse Cinema

 

On at: Sun Apr 9, 7:00 pm

Film

Pecoross’ Mother and Her Days

Yuichi Okano is a middle-aged magazine ad salesman who enjoys his hobbies of manga art and playing music more than his job. As his mother, who suffers from dementia, begins to meet with more and more eclectic members of society, her returning memories reveal a secret past. In the Lighthouse Cinema.

 

On at: Mon Apr 10, 7:00 pm

Film

Kizumonogatari – Part 1: Tekketsu & Part 2: Nekketsu

As a part of the Japanese Film Festival, comes a screening of both parts of Kizumonogatari. In anticipation of the final installment of the Kizumonogatari trilogy, the Lighthouse Cinema presents a back-to-back double bill of the acclaimed first two short anime features from the Kizumonogatari youth horror trilogy

 

On at: Sat Apr 8, 12:00 pm

Film

Mad Max Fury Road: Black & Chrome

Shot in the Namibian plains, Mad Max Fury Road will be displayed in all its glory on the big screen in the Lighthouse Cinema in a special black and chrome.

 

On at: Sun Apr 30, 7:00 pm

Film

The Secret Scripture

Jim Sheridan’s latest directorial debut focusing on his homeland, stars Vanessa Redgrave, Eric Bana and Rooney Mara in a decadent and equally harrowing portrayal of old Ireland. In Cinemas Nationwide.

 

On at: Sun Apr 30, 10:00 pm

Film

Aliens Day Double Bill

The Lighthouse brings you two of the most terrifying sci-fi movies in one day in this double bill. Alien will be followed swiftly by Aliens, appealing to all movie buffs and sci-fi fans.

 

On at: Wed Apr 26, 12:00 pm

Film

Hollywood Babylon – A Touch of Zen

This Taiwanese film rocked audiences on release in 1971 and will be displayed on the big screen in the Lighthouse Cinema, telling the tale of fugitive on the run from corrupt government officials.

 

On at: Sat Apr 15, 10:30 pm

Film

Cinema Book Club: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

This month, the Lighthouse’s Book Club is devoted to the quintessential Nicholson film with 1975’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Ken Kesey’s gripping novel will be examined, followed by a screening of the classic itself.

 

On at: Tue Apr 18, 6:30 pm

Film

Exhibition on Screen: Michaelangelo Love & Death

Coinciding with the National Gallery of London’s exhibition of the same name, this new film delves deep into Michelangelo’s life and his relationships with his contemporaries in the Lighthouse Cinema.

 

On at: Tue Jun 13, 6:30 pm

Music

Kasabian

A week in advance of sixth Studio album launch, For Crying Out Loud, Kasabian return to Dublin’s Olympia Theatre, bringing the swagger of front-duo Tom Meighan Sergio Pizzorno with them.

On at: Sat Apr 22, 7:00 pm

Music

Talos

Talos, aka Eoin French, brings his mix of R&B, electronica, beat production, and melancholic vocal styling’s to The Button Factory as part of his wider tour of Ireland.

 

On at: Fri Apr 21, 7:00 pm

Music

Chris de Burgh

Perennial balladeer Chris de Burgh kicks off his A Better World European tour with a date in the cavernous Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

 

On at: Sun Apr 16, 8:00 pm

Music

Ben Pearce

Ben Pearce takes over Opium Rooms on Easter Sunday, bringing his eclectic mix of deep house and elements of trip-hop, electronica, and soul.

 

On at: Sun Apr 16, 10:30 am

Music

Jon Bellion

Critically acclaimed New York hip hop artist Jon Bellion performs his debut album The Human Condition in The Academy.

 

On at: Wed Apr 12, 7:00 pm

Music

Ed Sheeran

Following the huge commercial success of third studio album, Divide, Ed Sheeran plays two sell out dates in the 3Arena.

 

Runs until Thu Apr 13

Music

Kid Ink

In support of his fourth studio album, Full Speed, featuring Akon and Fetty Wap, Kid Ink returns to Vicar Street in Dublin as part of his Up All Night European Tour.

 

On at: Mon Apr 10, 7:00 pm

Music

Kevin Rowland (DJ Set)

Front man and artistic visionary of 80’s hit-makers Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Kevin Rowland, puts his twist on the modern DJ set at The Grand Social, featuring special guest Dandelion.

 

On at: Sat Apr 8, 11:00 pm

Music

Grandmaster Flash (DJ Set)

A founding father of hip-hop,Cirus @ The Academy host legendary producer and turntablist Grandmaster Flash  for a night of classic rap spanning the 80’s and 90’s.

 

On at: Sat Apr 8, 10:30 pm

Music

King Kong Company

Missed them at Trinity Ball the night before? King Kong Company play the Academy with their infectious, crowd slaying, bass driven, dubby-electro-rock live show.

 

On at: Sat Apr 8, 7:00 pm

Music

The Jesus and Mary Chain

Touring their first album in over 19 years, Damage and Joy, Scottish alt rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain perform in The Academy as part of their wider European tour.

 

On at: Fri Apr 7, 7:00 pm

Music

Craig David

Shaking off his Bo’ Selecta image, UK Garage pioneer returns to the fore, playing the 3Arena in support of sixth studio album Following My Intuition.

 

 

On at: Fri Apr 7, 6:30 pm

Literature

Patrick and the President

Two master storytellers, Ryan Tubridy and P J Lynch discuss their stunning new picture book, Patrick and the President. See Lynch’s illustrations unfold on the big screen and hear how Tubridy was inspired to write about JF Kennedy’s trip to Ireland in the Pavilion Theatre.

On at: Sun Mar 26, 4:00 pm

Literature

Poetry Masterclass: Vahni Capildeo

In dlr LexIcon. Vahni Capildeo is a Trinidadian British writer who has written five books and two pamphlets. In order to attain a place, three sample poems must be sent to [email protected]. Tickets €25.

 

 

On at: Sat Mar 25, 10:00 pm

Literature

John Boyne and Chris Cleave

Both accomplished authors will be talking about their novels and awards with Nadine O’Regan, Books and Arts Editor for The Sunday Business Post. Tickets  €12 / €10 Concession at the Pavilion Theatre.

 

 

On at: Fri Mar 24, 8:30 pm

Literature

Nonfiction in an Age of Lies

The Dublin Review presents three brilliant writers who will explore the realities of the post-truth area and the effects this has had on nonfiction works. The guests include TCD graduate and journalist Caelainn Hogan, novelist and essayist Rob Doyle & author Joanna Walsh. Tickets €10 / €8 Concession.

 

 

On at: Thu Mar 23, 8:30 pm

Literature

Dublin: A Year in Words – Poetry and Spoken Word Trail

They day will celebrate the breadth and diversity of our city’s living poets through a trail which will visit seven different Dublin bookshops. The trail will be led by Linda Devlin and John Cummins and begins in Club Chonradh na Gaeilge. Tickets are free.

 

 

On at: Sat Mar 18, 12:00 pm

Literature

Storytelling Session with Brendan Nolan

Relax and unwind to tales spun by Dublin storyteller, Brendan Nolan of the Dublin Yarnspinners in the RHA.  Hear the true story of how St Patrick came to Ireland and sent the snakes away, forever. Tickets are free and must be booked in advance.

 

 

On at: Fri Mar 17, 3:00 pm

Literature

Date with an Agent 2017

For fiction or nonfiction novels, children’s and books for adults, this is a chance to discuss your novel with a top literary agent and get valuable feedback in Smock Alley Theatre. Submissions are now open and those accepted will be welcome to take part in workshops on the day. Tickets are €50 and submissions are €10.

 

 

On at: Mon Mar 20, 5:00 pm

Literature

Launch of Siobhán Campbell’s Heat Signature

Siobhan Campbell’s new collection Heat Signature launch in Poetry Ireland, featuring readings by the poet. Tickets are free, RSVP required.

 

 

On at: Thu Mar 30, 7:00 pm

Literature

Intervarsity Poetry Slam

NCAD’s Inter-Varsity Slam and Poetry Ireland partner up to present spoken word acts from nine colleges around Ireland. Trinity will be represented by Brian McMahon Gallagher & Chris Joyce. Tickets are free.

 

 

On at: Wed Mar 29, 6:00 pm

Literature

Fermata: Writings Inspired by Music

Readings and music to celebrate the publication Fermata: Writings Inspired by Music edited by Eva Bourke and Vincent Woods. The event at Poetry Ireland will also feature poets Moya Cannon, John F. Deane, Tom French and Joan McBreen. Tickets are free, booking advised.

 

 

 

On at: Thu Mar 23, 7:00 pm

Film

Cine Concert Torrey Pines

Clyde Peterson’s animated directorial debut will be showcased at the IFI. The event itself will start with a set from Dublin Band, the Pillow Queens. Following this, Your Heart Breaks will provide the musicality for the film throughout.

On at: Mon Mar 27, 8:30 pm

Film

Ivan the Terrible Part 1 Evening Course From Russia with Film

Justin Doherty, Trinity College Professor will offer an introduction into the explosive world of Russian cinema, prior to the beginning of this course.

 

 

On at: Tue Mar 21, 6:30 pm

Film

John T Davis Career Interview

As John T Davis approaches his 70th birthday, the Irish Film Institute (IFI) have pulled out all the stops to mark this special occasion. A selected retrospective of Davis’s career is set to be displayed to celebrate the documentary filmmaker.

 

On at: Wed Mar 22, 6:30 pm

Film

The Secret Scripture

Jim Sheridan’s latest directorial offering has sent critics into a tailspin with the Secret Scripture. With a starring cast that includes Vanessa Redgrave, Rooney Mara, Eric Bana, Jack Reynor and Tom Vaughan Lawlor, this spectacle is a must-see at the IFI.

 

 

On at: Fri Mar 24, 8:00 pm

Film

Beauty and The Beast

Having passed on an Oscar-winning role to Emma Stone in La La Land, Emma Watson is set to give the performance of her career as Belle in the remake of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.

 

 

Runs until Wed May 17

Film

Cinema Book Club – Circle of Friends

The Lighthouse Cinema Book Club returns this month with a look at Maeve Binchy’s Novel, Circle of Friends. Adapted for screen in 1995 the film version stars Chris O’Donnell, Minnie Driver and Colin Firth.

 

 

On at: Mon Mar 27, 6:00 pm

Film

DLR First Frames

Emerging filmmaking talent, take note of Filmbases’s latest support system. The DLR First Frames initiative aims to support budding short story filmmakers.

 

 

On at: Mon Mar 20, 12:00 pm

Film

The Salesman

Oscar-winning Foreign Language Film, The Salesman hits Irish shores on St. Patricks Day. As Iranian director Asghar Farhadi could not attend the Oscars to accept his reward due to President Trump’s restrictions, this winner will go down in film history.

 

 

Runs until Sun Apr 30

Film

From the Vaults: St. Patrick’s Cine-Concert

In association with the Saint Patrick Festival, the IFI has compiled a selection of short films about the man himself. Taking place the day after St Patrick’s Day, this event is a nice conclusion to a patriotic weekend.

 

 

On at: Sat Mar 18, 2:00 pm

Film

Batman : 70mm Screening

Tim Burton’s Batman is on display in all its glory in 70mm at the IFI. Starring Michael Keaton, this old school classic stands the test of time.

 

 

On at: Tue Mar 28, 6:30 pm

Wellcome Image Awards

The finalists of the Wellcome Image Awards will be displayed in the Science Gallery for six days this month. The images displayed all focus on capturing different aspects of the world of science through a variety of means including photography, illustration and medical scans.

Runs until Sun Mar 19

Japonisme: Seizo Sugawara

Ruth Starr, lecturer of Arts of Japan in Trinity will deliver this lecture outlining Eileen Gray’s impact in the early 20th century on the European perception of Japonisme in the Long Room Hub.

 

 

On at: Mon Mar 27, 6:30 pm

This is Cuba

This event at the Instituto Cervantes will present a selection of photographs by Lynn Feeney depicting scenes of contemporary Cuban life. As a country on the brink of major change, these photographs capture Cuba’s rich culture before this new era.

 

 

Runs until Fri Apr 21

In Conversation Tour: Beyond Caravaggio

The National Gallery’s In Conversation tour is an informal guide through the Beyond Caravaggio exhibition. The tour will be led by an artist and art historian. Tour is free of charge but exhibition ticket is necessary in order to attend.

 

 

On at: Thu Mar 16, 6:00 pm

Chawan by Masashi Suzuki Drawings by Jane Proctor

Chawan are traditional Japanese vessels made for the Tea Ceremony. Each is handmade and unique, and the process of creation itself is key as it is inextricably linked with Zen Buddhist practice. These objects have influenced artists including Jane Proctor whose drawings accompany the Chawan in the Nag Gallery.

 

 

Runs until Tue Mar 28

Lucy McKenna: Astronomical Mashup

McKenna’s work is focused on information, methods of data collection and communications. Through a variety of media including drawing, photography, film and sclupture, the artist aims to explore mysterious occurrences in the world alongside the tools used to discern these events at the LAB Gallery.

 

 

Runs until Sun Mar 26

Eamonn Ceannt: Movado

Movado is a presentation of a series of work by sculptor Eamonn Ceannt at Gormley’s Fine Art. The small bronze works are figurative yet abstracted and stylized. The delicate works demonstrate the artists deep knowledge of the materials with which he is working.

 

 

Runs until Thu Apr 13

Claire Carpenter

Irish artist Carpenter presents her fourth solo show at the Cross Gallery this month. Her work is composed primarily of small scale tempera on gesso paintings which evoke and abstract, dream like atmosphere.

 

Runs until Sat Mar 25

Futures, Series 3, Episode 1

This show in the RHA will be the first of three installments which will explore the diversity of these emerging talents. Seven artists will be featured in the first exhibition, only one of whom is a painter, highlighting the diversity of these new artists both in terms of materials and style.

 

Runs until Sun Apr 23

Music

Run The Jewels

El-P and Killer Mike  return to Dublin’s Olympia Theatre as part of their extensive tour of third record, Run The Jewels Three, released in early January.

On at: Thu Mar 30, 7:00 pm
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Music

Car Seat Headrest

With somewhat of a cult internet following, American indie rockers Car Seat Headrest play The Academy, having moved from Whelan’s due to demand.

 

On at: Mon Mar 27, 7:00 pm
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Music

The Lemon Twigs

New York brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario bring their unique blend of genres to The Workman’s as part of their European tour. The Duo’s work has been compared to that of Elton John, Gilbert O’Sullivan, and Steely Dan.

 

On at: Sun Mar 26, 8:00 pm
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Music

The Boomtown Rats

In one of two dates announced this year, The Boomtown Rats play The Olympia Theatre in celebration of forty years since their inception.

 

 

On at: Sat Mar 25, 7:00 pm
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Music

Ride

In their first Irish date in nearly two and a half decades, perennial shoe gazing outfit Ride play the Olympia Theatre in advance of a 2017 EP.

 

 

On at: Wed Mar 22, 7:00 pm
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Music

Rick Astley

Touring his UK number one comeback record, 50, omnipresent internet sensation and eighties one hit wonder Rick Astley plays The Olympia Theatre.

 

 

On at: Tue Mar 21, 7:00 pm
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Music

Emile Sandé

R&B songstress Emily Sandé plays the Olympia theatre in support of well received sophomore record Long Live The Angels.

 

On at: Sat Mar 18, 7:00 pm
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Music

Higher Vision Festival

Billed as Ireland’s first ever St. Patrick’s day electronic dance festival, the one day event debuts in Bellurgan Park, Louth. The BYOB festival will feature performances from Ejeca, Julio Bashmore, and Dimitri From Paris to name but a selection.

 

 

On at: Fri Mar 17, 12:00 pm
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Music

Leftfield (DJ Set)

Neil Barnes, sole surviving member of 90’s dance duo Leftfield, plays Opium Rooms under their original moniker. Barnes has taken his performances around the world with an eclectic, modern club set, delivering a masterclass in an all-encompassing whirlwind of rich sound.

 

 

On at: Thu Mar 16, 10:00 pm
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Music

Aslan

Following a long tradition, Christy Dignam and company are set to play their regular St. Patrick’s gig in The Olympia Theatre.

 

 

On at: Thu Mar 16, 7:00 pm
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Societies

The Eliz Inaugural: Women in Performance

The Phil will celebrate women in various positions in the performing industry, from those working behind the scenes to comedians! In the GMB Chamber.

On at: Tue Feb 21, 7:30 pm

Film

TCD French Society x DU Music: Les Miserables

A screening of the beloved musical Les Miserables featuring live performances of songs in the Boydell Room, House 5. Refreshments will be on hand.

 

 

 

On at: Thu Feb 23, 8:00 pm

Film

The King’s Choice

As a part of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival comes the Oscar nominated production from Norway and Ireland. The film tells the story of the several days over which King Haakon VII had to choose whether to capitulate or resist the Nazi invasion of Norway.

On at: Wed Feb 22, 8:40 pm

Film

The Woman Who Left

As a part of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival, comes the acclaimed Filipino movie The Woman Who Left. The film tells the story of a woman released from prison after serving thirty years for a crime she didn’t commit.

 

 

On at: Wed Feb 22, 1:30 pm

Film

Their Finest

As a part of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival, comes the movie Their Finest, screened in Screen 8 of Cineworld Dublin. The film tells the story of a British film crew attempting to boost morale during World War II by making a propaganda film after the Blitzkrieg.

 

 

On at: Tue Feb 21, 6:30 pm

Film

Mortal Kombat in 35mm

The only successful adaptation of a video game in history will be shown in the Lighthouse cinema on 24 February, as part of the monthly Grindhouse Cinema screening. The movie will be shown in splendid 35mm.

 

 

On at: Fri Feb 24, 11:00 pm