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Top 3 Events for February 7th

By Kasper Delaney-Petersen / February 7, 2019

SafeHaus x FAC Magazine party @WIGWAM   SafeHaus and FAC magazine are coming together to deliver one kick-ass party, taking you on a trip down electric avenue with a full-venue party, with an eclectic mix of Techno, Electro, Acid and Breaks, as well as a showcase of some of Ireland’s best Hip-Hop artists. In addition, […]

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Top 3 for Wednesday the 6th

By Juliane Girl / February 6, 2019

Read it Before You See it This is a monthly book club where they read books that are about to make the jump to the big (or small) screen. It is open to all and free of charge but they ask that you book a space so that they know how many to expect. So […]

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Top 3 Events for February 5th

By Kasper Delaney-Petersen / February 5, 2019

Silk Road Film Festival The Silk Road International Film Festival is an annual celebration of world cinema, introducing both emerging talent and established directors to a wider audience. The event is quickly becoming a renowned film festival both in Ireland and internationally, and the ‘Silk Road Panorama’ features films from the route of the historical […]

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Top 3 Events for February 4th

By Juliane Girl / February 4, 2019

Monday Night Black & White Films Every Monday night, The Clockwork Door will be screening some of the very best classic movies from the early years of film. With unlimited freshly made popcorn for everyone, comfy couches to relax into, and the very best of the silver screen, a night’s entertainment is both comfortable and […]

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Top 5 Events for the Weekend

By Juliane Girl / February 1, 2019

Finding Intimacy in a City: Walking Tour Can design bring us together, or force us apart? Can physical space conjure memories, inspire intimacy or harbour hostility? This exploration of Dublin’s streets and its architecture will look at city planning to understand how design can create closeness. An experience for those who want to be catalysts […]

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Top 3 Events for Friday the 1st

By Juliane Girl / February 1, 2019

Candlelit Tales: For the love of Gods Cozy up at the Irish Whiskey Museum as the talented storytellers of Candlelit Tales combine Irish mythology and traditional Irish music for a riveting storytelling experience. Sit back and relax over a drink as they transport you to the world of Irish myth and legend. This month is […]

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Top 3 Events for Thursday the 31st

By Juliane Girl / January 31, 2019

Trad-night tribute to the Luke Kelly A regular fixture in The Comet Bar is the Trad-session with the Rising Sons every Thursday, but Thursday the 31st of January is a little special. It’s a night in honor of the late great Luke Kelly on the 35th anniversary of his death and it promises to be […]

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Top 3 Events for Wednesday the 30th

By Juliane Girl / January 30, 2019

Listen at Lilliput Listen at Lilliput is back for 2019. After a few years of hiatus, they are gathering again, to bring music, poetry, and spoken word together under one roof. Listen at Lilliput features musicians Rachael Lavelle and Lemoncello, the poets Annemarie Ní Churreáin and Maia Nunes and dramatist and fiction writer Aidan Mathews. […]

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Top 3 Events for Tuesday 29th of January

By Juliane Girl / January 29, 2019

Independence, Nationalism, and Democracy Movements for independence, within the EU in Scotland, Catalonia and the British vote to exit the EU, have become an increasingly prominent feature on Europe’s political landscape over recent years. But what challenges do seceding nations face and what are the potential gains in terms of policy autonomy and political sovereignty? […]

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Top 3 Events for Monday

By Juliane Girl / January 28, 2019

UCDVO Development Film Series 2019 With funding support from Trocáire and Concern, the seventh UCDVO Development Film Series will take place over five consecutive Monday evenings, starting the 28th January – 25th February. The series includes 5 high-quality feature documentary films on subjects relating to development and global justice issues. Each screening is followed by […]

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