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2016: The Contemporary Music Centre Salon Series 2016: Redmond O'T...

  The Contemporary Music Centre opens its 2016 Salon series with Redmond O’Toole – 8 string guitar. Redmond O’Toole is recognised as one of the most distinctive and original guitarists of his generation. He was the first to adopt Paul...
On 2nd May

2016: International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

This annual festival celebrates the contribution of gay people to theatre, past and present. With an emphasis on new or recent works, with a broadly gay theme or relevance, the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival creates new opportunities for emerging gay artists and theatrical works. Join...
Until 15th May

2016: Bealtaine Festival 2016

Our Bealtaine festival is having its 21st birthday this year! We invite you to join with us in celebrating and marking the festival’s coming of age. For 2016, our theme is Iconic Citizens, which continues Bealtaine’s three-year exploration of Nationhood and Citizenship and...
Until 31st May

2016: Pavilion Theatre May Summer Programme

Theatre CARE presented by WillFredd Theatre Company Teaming up with a number of Irish Hospice staff WillFredd Theatre Fuse movement, live music and text, every word, sound and image in CARE is drawn from daily Hospice life. Saturday 21 May | 8.00pm | €18/€14 Family Maloney’s...
Until 31st May

2016: Tell Me on a Sunday

Following her acclaimed performance in the Watermill’s production of Calamity Jane, Jodie Prenger now steps into Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black’s classic musical, TELL ME ON A SUNDAY. The show comes to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from 1 - 3 May 2016. TELL ME ON A SUNDAY...
Until 3rd May

2016: The Spirit Of Freedom 1916 - 2016

his production introduces a multi-talented cast, featuring singers, dancers, musicians and actors - celebrating 100 Years of Irish Independence. An epic story of a small nation seeking out Liberty and Independence. According to Michael Durkan, producer, Spirit of Freedom departs from previous...
Until 6th May

2016: Draiocht - May Listings

Pat Shortt - Selfie THU 05 MAY 8PM Main Auditorium // €28 The irrepressible Pat Shortt is back with a new show. An entertaining throwback similar to that of the days of D’Unbelievables! In a quirky and humorous way Pat brings us on a journey with his new character Mossey Burke...
Until 31st May

2016: Galway Theatre Festival

Galway Theatre Festival features nine days of exciting theatre, circus, spectacle, and story-telling, showcasing the vibrant performance culture of Ireland’s festival city. The goal of Galway Theatre Festival is to bring a fresh and lively programme of performance to the streets and...
Until 7th May

2016: Game Music Festival

Gaming music surrounds us every day: when we play games, when we accidentally leave our consoles on for hours, and even when we're fiddling around with menu options. That music defines and shapes how we relate to those games, and encapsulates the time when we played them. The Dublin...
On 29th Apr

2016: Fleadh na gCuach Festival

Fleadh na gCuach (The Cuckoo Fleadh), a hugely enjoyable and successful traditional music and community based arts festival takes place this May bank holiday weekend in the beautiful, scenic village of Kinvara, Co. Galway. A well-established and richly deserved reputation has ensured that the...
On 28th Apr

2016: Kevin Barry Recital Room

Schubertreise X Conor Biggs bass; Michel Stas piano Sunday 24 April 3pm Tickets. €15 The Long Gaze Back with Sinéad Gleeson with guests June Caldwell, Eimear Ryan and EM Reapy Saturday 30 April 7.30pm Broadcaster and journalist Sinéad Gleeson explores the literary gem that is...
Until 31st May

2016: Beggars Bush Barracks 1916 Rising Walking Tour (National Pri...

The National Print Museum is housed in the old Garrison Chapel of Beggars Bush Barracks in Dublin 4 and to mark the Centenary of the 1916 Rising, we invite you to join us for a special guided walking tour of the Barracks.  The walking tour features the story of the printing of the 1916...
Until 25th Jun

2016: Empireland

A newly commissioned painting of monumental scale, Empireland grapples with Ireland’s history as a state. With images, icons, symbols and figures relating to Ireland’s religious, medicinal, corporeal and cultural histories, Mark O’Kelly’s ambitious history painting is...
Until 28th May

2016: INTRO

The KEMP Gallery at 25 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2 will play host to INTRO, its debut exhibition on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 6pm. This newly-opened gallery will present one-off original pieces of urban art for the discerning art lover and collector. Although there is a veil of secrecy...
Until 6th May

2016: Pathos of Distance

Pathos of Distance was created around an extraordinary a body of research made up of historic Irish migrant images found in various countries around the world. These pictures represent the diverse range of imagery associated with Irish migration history and our diaspora. Canadian-born Sarah...
Until 4th May

2016: Revolution 1916 - The Exhibition

Opening 27th February 2016 in the Ambassador Theatre on O’Connell St, Revolution 1916 is a centenary exhibition that tells the story of the 1916 Rising. Looking at the historical background that led to the events of 1916 with a focus on the 1916 Proclamation the exhibition also houses the...
Until 30th Nov

2016: Citizens in Conflict: Dublin 1916 - Exhibition

Citizens in Conflict: Dublin 1916 is a historic multi-media exhibition which includes eye witness accounts and sources such as Dublin Fire Brigade logbook. Guided tours for groups also available. It has a particular focus on the Pearse Street area of the city (formerly Great Brunswick street)...
Until 25th Jun

2016: Easter Rising Centenary

2016 marks the centenary of The Easter Rising. This uprising was one of the defining moments of the struggle for Irish independence which began on Easter Monday 1916 with the reading of the proclamation, Poblacht na h-Eireann by Pádraig Pearse. After days of fighting on Dublin city...
Until 31st Dec

2016: The Civilian Dead of 1916

Civilians who died in Dublin as a consequence of the 1916 Rising will be listed and commemorated in this public exhibition entitled, The Civilian Dead of 1916. Following The 1916 Rising, public attitudes changed to that of widespread commitment to Irish Independence. Even members of Trinity...
Until 1st Jun

 

What's On Tomorrow


2016: The Contemporary Music Centre Salon Series 2016: Redmond O'T...

  The Contemporary Music Centre opens its 2016 Salon series with Redmond O’Toole – 8 string guitar. Redmond O’Toole is recognised as one of the most distinctive and original guitarists of his generation. He was the first to adopt Paul...
On 4th May

2016: Driving Miss Daisy

Starring Gwen Taylor (Duty Free, Heartbeat and Coronation Street) and Ernest Perry Jr. (ER, Liar Liar and The Color of Money)   Directed by John P. Kelly   From the producers who brought you the world stage premiere of The Shawshank Redemption, comes this Oscar-winning story of...
From 4th May Until 28th May

2016: Sacred Traditions Exhibition - Guided Tour

Public Guided tours of the Library's Sacred Traditions exhibitions take place each Wednesday at 1pm & on Sundays at 3 & 4pm.
On 4th May

2016: Dixie Chicks

Superstars, renegades, innovators, heroes, villains, and moms – for over a decade, the Dixie Chicks have grown from a band into a phenomenon, with over 30 million albums sold, Dixie Chicks are the biggest female band of all time in the U.S. The 13-time Grammy Award® and 10-time CMA...
On 4th May

2016: The Big Fellow

  Co-Motion Media in association with Drogheda Arts Festival by Declan Gorman, based on Frank O’Connor’s biography of Michael Collins   A non-stop, edge-of-your-seat theatrical adventure, laced with scenes of daring, intrigue and humour. With original music by...
From 3rd May Until 7th May

2016: International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

This annual festival celebrates the contribution of gay people to theatre, past and present. With an emphasis on new or recent works, with a broadly gay theme or relevance, the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival creates new opportunities for emerging gay artists and theatrical works. Join...
Until 15th May

2016: Bealtaine Festival 2016

Our Bealtaine festival is having its 21st birthday this year! We invite you to join with us in celebrating and marking the festival’s coming of age. For 2016, our theme is Iconic Citizens, which continues Bealtaine’s three-year exploration of Nationhood and Citizenship and...
Until 31st May

2016: Pavilion Theatre May Summer Programme

Theatre CARE presented by WillFredd Theatre Company Teaming up with a number of Irish Hospice staff WillFredd Theatre Fuse movement, live music and text, every word, sound and image in CARE is drawn from daily Hospice life. Saturday 21 May | 8.00pm | €18/€14 Family Maloney’s...
Until 31st May

2016: The Spirit Of Freedom 1916 - 2016

his production introduces a multi-talented cast, featuring singers, dancers, musicians and actors - celebrating 100 Years of Irish Independence. An epic story of a small nation seeking out Liberty and Independence. According to Michael Durkan, producer, Spirit of Freedom departs from previous...
Until 6th May

2016: Draiocht - May Listings

Pat Shortt - Selfie THU 05 MAY 8PM Main Auditorium // €28 The irrepressible Pat Shortt is back with a new show. An entertaining throwback similar to that of the days of D’Unbelievables! In a quirky and humorous way Pat brings us on a journey with his new character Mossey Burke...
Until 31st May

2016: Galway Theatre Festival

Galway Theatre Festival features nine days of exciting theatre, circus, spectacle, and story-telling, showcasing the vibrant performance culture of Ireland’s festival city. The goal of Galway Theatre Festival is to bring a fresh and lively programme of performance to the streets and...
Until 7th May

2016: Kevin Barry Recital Room

Schubertreise X Conor Biggs bass; Michel Stas piano Sunday 24 April 3pm Tickets. €15 The Long Gaze Back with Sinéad Gleeson with guests June Caldwell, Eimear Ryan and EM Reapy Saturday 30 April 7.30pm Broadcaster and journalist Sinéad Gleeson explores the literary gem that is...
Until 31st May

2016: Beggars Bush Barracks 1916 Rising Walking Tour (National Pri...

The National Print Museum is housed in the old Garrison Chapel of Beggars Bush Barracks in Dublin 4 and to mark the Centenary of the 1916 Rising, we invite you to join us for a special guided walking tour of the Barracks.  The walking tour features the story of the printing of the 1916...
Until 25th Jun

2016: Empireland

A newly commissioned painting of monumental scale, Empireland grapples with Ireland’s history as a state. With images, icons, symbols and figures relating to Ireland’s religious, medicinal, corporeal and cultural histories, Mark O’Kelly’s ambitious history painting is...
Until 28th May

2016: INTRO

The KEMP Gallery at 25 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2 will play host to INTRO, its debut exhibition on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 6pm. This newly-opened gallery will present one-off original pieces of urban art for the discerning art lover and collector. Although there is a veil of secrecy...
Until 6th May

2016: Pathos of Distance

Pathos of Distance was created around an extraordinary a body of research made up of historic Irish migrant images found in various countries around the world. These pictures represent the diverse range of imagery associated with Irish migration history and our diaspora. Canadian-born Sarah...
Until 4th May

2016: Revolution 1916 - The Exhibition

Opening 27th February 2016 in the Ambassador Theatre on O’Connell St, Revolution 1916 is a centenary exhibition that tells the story of the 1916 Rising. Looking at the historical background that led to the events of 1916 with a focus on the 1916 Proclamation the exhibition also houses the...
Until 30th Nov

2016: Citizens in Conflict: Dublin 1916 - Exhibition

Citizens in Conflict: Dublin 1916 is a historic multi-media exhibition which includes eye witness accounts and sources such as Dublin Fire Brigade logbook. Guided tours for groups also available. It has a particular focus on the Pearse Street area of the city (formerly Great Brunswick street)...
Until 25th Jun

2016: Easter Rising Centenary

2016 marks the centenary of The Easter Rising. This uprising was one of the defining moments of the struggle for Irish independence which began on Easter Monday 1916 with the reading of the proclamation, Poblacht na h-Eireann by Pádraig Pearse. After days of fighting on Dublin city...
Until 31st Dec

2016: The Civilian Dead of 1916

Civilians who died in Dublin as a consequence of the 1916 Rising will be listed and commemorated in this public exhibition entitled, The Civilian Dead of 1916. Following The 1916 Rising, public attitudes changed to that of widespread commitment to Irish Independence. Even members of Trinity...
Until 1st Jun

 

Later in the Week


2016: Beoga with Lightscape

Unique show featuring Trad music from Beoga but paired with unique light and visual show Lightscape. Tickets €15 - Door            €13 - Online  
On 5th May

2016: The Contemporary Music Centre Salon Series 2016: Redmond O'T...

  The Contemporary Music Centre opens its 2016 Salon series with Redmond O’Toole – 8 string guitar. Redmond O’Toole is recognised as one of the most distinctive and original guitarists of his generation. He was the first to adopt Paul...
On 5th May

2016: Met Opera: Madama Butterfly (Puccini)

Anthony Minghella’s breathtaking production has thrilled audiences ever since its premiere in 2006. Two of the world’s foremost Butterflys, sopranos Kristine Opolais and Patricia Racette, share the title role. Tenors Massimo Giordano and Roberto Alagna sing Pinkerton, the naval officer who...
On 5th May

2016: International Mayfly Festival

The International Mayfly Festival in the village of Oughterard is an event for the all the family which is held over four days in May. Along with the main fishing events, the festival also includes art exhibitions, traditional Irish concerts, golf open days, Connemara walks, food foraging; fish...
From 5th May Until 8th May

2016: Driving Miss Daisy

Starring Gwen Taylor (Duty Free, Heartbeat and Coronation Street) and Ernest Perry Jr. (ER, Liar Liar and The Color of Money)   Directed by John P. Kelly   From the producers who brought you the world stage premiere of The Shawshank Redemption, comes this Oscar-winning story of...
From 4th May Until 28th May

2016: The Big Fellow

  Co-Motion Media in association with Drogheda Arts Festival by Declan Gorman, based on Frank O’Connor’s biography of Michael Collins   A non-stop, edge-of-your-seat theatrical adventure, laced with scenes of daring, intrigue and humour. With original music by...
From 3rd May Until 7th May

2016: International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

This annual festival celebrates the contribution of gay people to theatre, past and present. With an emphasis on new or recent works, with a broadly gay theme or relevance, the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival creates new opportunities for emerging gay artists and theatrical works. Join...
Until 15th May

2016: Bealtaine Festival 2016

Our Bealtaine festival is having its 21st birthday this year! We invite you to join with us in celebrating and marking the festival’s coming of age. For 2016, our theme is Iconic Citizens, which continues Bealtaine’s three-year exploration of Nationhood and Citizenship and...
Until 31st May

2016: Pavilion Theatre May Summer Programme

Theatre CARE presented by WillFredd Theatre Company Teaming up with a number of Irish Hospice staff WillFredd Theatre Fuse movement, live music and text, every word, sound and image in CARE is drawn from daily Hospice life. Saturday 21 May | 8.00pm | €18/€14 Family Maloney’s...
Until 31st May

2016: The Spirit Of Freedom 1916 - 2016

his production introduces a multi-talented cast, featuring singers, dancers, musicians and actors - celebrating 100 Years of Irish Independence. An epic story of a small nation seeking out Liberty and Independence. According to Michael Durkan, producer, Spirit of Freedom departs from previous...
Until 6th May

2016: Draiocht - May Listings

Pat Shortt - Selfie THU 05 MAY 8PM Main Auditorium // €28 The irrepressible Pat Shortt is back with a new show. An entertaining throwback similar to that of the days of D’Unbelievables! In a quirky and humorous way Pat brings us on a journey with his new character Mossey Burke...
Until 31st May

2016: Galway Theatre Festival

Galway Theatre Festival features nine days of exciting theatre, circus, spectacle, and story-telling, showcasing the vibrant performance culture of Ireland’s festival city. The goal of Galway Theatre Festival is to bring a fresh and lively programme of performance to the streets and...
Until 7th May

2016: Kevin Barry Recital Room

Schubertreise X Conor Biggs bass; Michel Stas piano Sunday 24 April 3pm Tickets. €15 The Long Gaze Back with Sinéad Gleeson with guests June Caldwell, Eimear Ryan and EM Reapy Saturday 30 April 7.30pm Broadcaster and journalist Sinéad Gleeson explores the literary gem that is...
Until 31st May

2016: Beggars Bush Barracks 1916 Rising Walking Tour (National Pri...

The National Print Museum is housed in the old Garrison Chapel of Beggars Bush Barracks in Dublin 4 and to mark the Centenary of the 1916 Rising, we invite you to join us for a special guided walking tour of the Barracks.  The walking tour features the story of the printing of the 1916...
Until 25th Jun

2016: Empireland

A newly commissioned painting of monumental scale, Empireland grapples with Ireland’s history as a state. With images, icons, symbols and figures relating to Ireland’s religious, medicinal, corporeal and cultural histories, Mark O’Kelly’s ambitious history painting is...
Until 28th May

2016: INTRO

The KEMP Gallery at 25 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2 will play host to INTRO, its debut exhibition on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 6pm. This newly-opened gallery will present one-off original pieces of urban art for the discerning art lover and collector. Although there is a veil of secrecy...
Until 6th May

2016: Revolution 1916 - The Exhibition

Opening 27th February 2016 in the Ambassador Theatre on O’Connell St, Revolution 1916 is a centenary exhibition that tells the story of the 1916 Rising. Looking at the historical background that led to the events of 1916 with a focus on the 1916 Proclamation the exhibition also houses the...
Until 30th Nov

2016: Citizens in Conflict: Dublin 1916 - Exhibition

Citizens in Conflict: Dublin 1916 is a historic multi-media exhibition which includes eye witness accounts and sources such as Dublin Fire Brigade logbook. Guided tours for groups also available. It has a particular focus on the Pearse Street area of the city (formerly Great Brunswick street)...
Until 25th Jun

2016: Easter Rising Centenary

2016 marks the centenary of The Easter Rising. This uprising was one of the defining moments of the struggle for Irish independence which began on Easter Monday 1916 with the reading of the proclamation, Poblacht na h-Eireann by Pádraig Pearse. After days of fighting on Dublin city...
Until 31st Dec

2016: The Civilian Dead of 1916

Civilians who died in Dublin as a consequence of the 1916 Rising will be listed and commemorated in this public exhibition entitled, The Civilian Dead of 1916. Following The 1916 Rising, public attitudes changed to that of widespread commitment to Irish Independence. Even members of Trinity...
Until 1st Jun