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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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Top 5 Events for the Weekend

By Juliane Girl / January 26, 2019

South Indian Night The craziest and the most awaited of them all “The South Indian Night” is here. 26th January while India celebrates Republic Day, let’s gather and dance for the wild tunes. Be ready to dance for the most energetic songs from Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and a few Bollywood. Entry is for everyone […]

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Top 3 Events for Friday

By Juliane Girl / January 25, 2019

Lavender Renaissance: Birth A4’s mission is to transform the means by which cultural works are produced, accessed, and understood in Ireland, and by doing so to contribute to the development of a more just society. They want to Make Art That Matters. Lavender Renaissance is queer creation, space, art, community, performance, energy and celebration. They […]

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Top 3 Events for Thursday

By Juliane Girl / January 24, 2019

The Young Folk – Tradfest The Young Folk primarily consists of a creative triangle with Anthony Furey at its apex joined by Paul Butler and Tony McLoughlin as singer/songwriters of exceptional talent in their own right. The trio is joined by Alex Borwick for most of their live shows enabling TYF to fully flex their […]

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Top 3 Events for Wednesday

By Juliane Girl / January 23, 2019

Showca$e – Art Music Design Photography Showca$e is a monthly event in which a mixture of talents from different areas of the ‘creative spectrum’ talk about what they do and their process. Each month they explore the weird, wonderful, beautiful and amazing. Today the speakers will be freelance photographer Joshua Mulholland, Graphic Designer Laura Seed, […]

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First European Mental Health Festival in Ireland

By Juliane Girl / January 22, 2019

The new year is picking up pace and it looks like 2019 is off to a pretty good start in the art department. While the weather tends to be frustrating these days, Irelands cultural events calendar promises to bring some colour into the gray January days as the country is hosting its very first European […]

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Top 3 Events for Tuesday

By Juliane Girl / January 22, 2019

Exposing lives: Carla Cerati’s photographic exploration of Italy Carla Cerati (1926-2016) is generally remembered for her contribution, along with photographer Gianni Berengo Gardin, to the book Morire di classe (1969) on the shocking enquiry into the condition of Italian mental institutions. By looking in particular at her photographs of Italian society produced in the 1960s […]

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