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Friday 17 January, 2020 to Tuesday 21 January, 2020

Friday 17 January, 2020 7 Events

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Adults Theatre Workshops

Date: Event occurs every other Friday.
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: MyArt Studio
Address: Cityhouse, Newmarket, Dublin 8
Price: 15
Category: Theatre / Dance
Theatre workshops are for actors and non actors.If you would like to gain more confidence, express yourself in non judgmental environment, have fun, meet new people or try something new. Theatre workshops infuse fun warm-ups, acting games, improve, physical theatre, viewpoints, work on breathing and balancing as well as work on text.

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Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

Date: Friday 2 August, 2019 through Sunday 19 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Kilmainham
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life above Everything is a major exhibition that brings together the work of two acknowledged masters, Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats. Exploring the affinities and interconnections between these two artists, this exhibition draws the work of these two stubbornly individual painters into dialogue, placing them side-by-side for the first time in 70 years.

While Lucian Freud’s work has been exhibited in the past in group exhibitions alongside other artists from the ‘School of London’, Life above Everything is one of the few exhibitions to date in which Freud has been shown with a single other artist.

Freud’s interest in Yeats is little discussed, but he had a lifelong interest in the Irish painter’s work, holding a deep admiration for its force and energy. He did not cite Yeats as an ‘influence’ but instead seems to have felt a common purpose with his originality and independence, his continuous searching observation, and his sense of the connection between painting and life. A pen and ink drawing by Yeats, The Dancing Stevedores (c.1900), hung beside Freud’s bed for over 20 years.

Life Above Everything includes a substantial number of oil paintings by both artists, 33 by Freud and 24 by Yeats, as well as a range of works on paper, sourced from public and private collections internationally. There are five new loans of work by Freud to the IMMA Collection: Freud Project including important early works such as Girl with Roses (1947-48), Girl with Beret (1951) and Boat, Connemara (1951). Significant loans of works by Yeats include The Bus by the River (1927), People in a Street (c.1935), A Dancer (Rosses Point, Sligo) (1921), as well as From the Tram Top (c. 1925), which features one of Yeats’s rare cameos in his own work.

Unique to this exhibition is the inclusion of seven paintings by Jack B. Yeats which Freud selected for a close friend, advising him on works to acquire at auction or through the relevant gallery. We are delighted to be able to present these seven paintings, ‘approved’ by Freud, as a special grouping of Yeats’s works within this exhibition.

David Dawson, artist and Freud’s long-time studio assistant, has assisted in the selection for this exhibition, bringing to the project a unique, intimate knowledge of Freud’s interest in Yeats.

The exhibition is made possible by the IMMA Collection: Freud Project 2016-2021, a five-year loan of 52 works by Lucian Freud to the IMMA Collection by private lenders. This is the fourth exhibition to be presented as part of the project.

Admission
Tuesday: Free
Wednesday – Sunday: €8/€5
Always free for IMMA Members, full-time students and under 18s

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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Visit Dublin/Events

Visit Dublin/Events Date: Tuesday 15 October, 2019 through Thursday 1 October, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Entertainment
VisitDublin.com is Dublin’s official tourism information website providing comprehensive information to inspire holidaymakers to visit Ireland’s vibrant capital city, assist with trip planning and offer the most up to date relevant information to you during your stay.

Search See & Do for a comprehensive listing of information on things to do in Dublin, accommodation, the best nightlife, special offers, events and a whole lot more.

Browse Insider Tips and be inspired to explore Dublin with top tips, suggestions and insider knowledge from the people who know Dublin best.

Don’t miss a trick – What's On showcases highlights over the coming three days while My Dublin Map helps you to plan your perfect trip using Pins to save your trip ideas to an interactive map that can be edited, printed or shared with friends.

VisitDublin.com is operated by Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority. Fáilte Ireland was formed in 2003 under the National Tourism Development Authority Act.

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium

Date: Tuesday 3 December, 2019 through Sunday 26 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Tallaght Stadium
Address: Tallaght Dublin 24
Category: Kids / Family
We open on Friday 15th November 2019


South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium will open from Friday November 19th 2019 to Sunday January 26th 2020

The spectacular Ice Rink at Tallaght Stadium will be the centrepiece of the festival this year and is sure to attract thousands of skaters young and old to the town.

We will have lots more details of South Dublin On Ice in the coming weeks.

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The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Saturday 1 February, 2020.
Location: Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
BGE Theatre, Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st February

The Sound of Music returns to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in a magnificent production to enchant and enthral the young and the young at heart.

Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, this wonderfully lavish staging of The Sound Of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of WWII.

The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including ‘Edelweiss’, ‘My Favorite Things’, ‘Do-Re-Mi’, ‘Climb Ev’ry Mountain’, and of course, the title song – ‘The Sound of Music’.

Date:Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st FebruaryTime:7.30pmPrice:From €21Address:Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Friday 31 January, 2020.
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Category: Educational
Various Locations, Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st January

First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

The festival includes motherhood and mental health, an existential crisis in an Aldi, carers taking self-care, an Opera world premiere in a unique space, an Olivier Award winning play, community collaborative sculpture installations, the 45th anniversary of a 5-time Oscar winning feature film, vulnerability in an age of oversharing, a Sea Swim and Batman needing a Break.

Check out or download the FF20 festival programme and choose from over 100 events, in 62 venues, across 17 counties in all corners of the island! First Fortnight utilises arts and culture to challenge mental health stigma while supporting some of Ireland's most vulnerable people through creative therapies. In Ireland, one in four people are predicted to struggle with their mental health at some point in their lives.

Date:Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st JanuaryTime:VariesPrice:VariesAddress:Dublin, Ireland

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Saturday 18 January, 2020 8 Events

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

Date: Friday 2 August, 2019 through Sunday 19 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Kilmainham
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life above Everything is a major exhibition that brings together the work of two acknowledged masters, Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats. Exploring the affinities and interconnections between these two artists, this exhibition draws the work of these two stubbornly individual painters into dialogue, placing them side-by-side for the first time in 70 years.

While Lucian Freud’s work has been exhibited in the past in group exhibitions alongside other artists from the ‘School of London’, Life above Everything is one of the few exhibitions to date in which Freud has been shown with a single other artist.

Freud’s interest in Yeats is little discussed, but he had a lifelong interest in the Irish painter’s work, holding a deep admiration for its force and energy. He did not cite Yeats as an ‘influence’ but instead seems to have felt a common purpose with his originality and independence, his continuous searching observation, and his sense of the connection between painting and life. A pen and ink drawing by Yeats, The Dancing Stevedores (c.1900), hung beside Freud’s bed for over 20 years.

Life Above Everything includes a substantial number of oil paintings by both artists, 33 by Freud and 24 by Yeats, as well as a range of works on paper, sourced from public and private collections internationally. There are five new loans of work by Freud to the IMMA Collection: Freud Project including important early works such as Girl with Roses (1947-48), Girl with Beret (1951) and Boat, Connemara (1951). Significant loans of works by Yeats include The Bus by the River (1927), People in a Street (c.1935), A Dancer (Rosses Point, Sligo) (1921), as well as From the Tram Top (c. 1925), which features one of Yeats’s rare cameos in his own work.

Unique to this exhibition is the inclusion of seven paintings by Jack B. Yeats which Freud selected for a close friend, advising him on works to acquire at auction or through the relevant gallery. We are delighted to be able to present these seven paintings, ‘approved’ by Freud, as a special grouping of Yeats’s works within this exhibition.

David Dawson, artist and Freud’s long-time studio assistant, has assisted in the selection for this exhibition, bringing to the project a unique, intimate knowledge of Freud’s interest in Yeats.

The exhibition is made possible by the IMMA Collection: Freud Project 2016-2021, a five-year loan of 52 works by Lucian Freud to the IMMA Collection by private lenders. This is the fourth exhibition to be presented as part of the project.

Admission
Tuesday: Free
Wednesday – Sunday: €8/€5
Always free for IMMA Members, full-time students and under 18s

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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Visit Dublin/Events

Visit Dublin/Events Date: Tuesday 15 October, 2019 through Thursday 1 October, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Entertainment
VisitDublin.com is Dublin’s official tourism information website providing comprehensive information to inspire holidaymakers to visit Ireland’s vibrant capital city, assist with trip planning and offer the most up to date relevant information to you during your stay.

Search See & Do for a comprehensive listing of information on things to do in Dublin, accommodation, the best nightlife, special offers, events and a whole lot more.

Browse Insider Tips and be inspired to explore Dublin with top tips, suggestions and insider knowledge from the people who know Dublin best.

Don’t miss a trick – What's On showcases highlights over the coming three days while My Dublin Map helps you to plan your perfect trip using Pins to save your trip ideas to an interactive map that can be edited, printed or shared with friends.

VisitDublin.com is operated by Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority. Fáilte Ireland was formed in 2003 under the National Tourism Development Authority Act.

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium

Date: Tuesday 3 December, 2019 through Sunday 26 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Tallaght Stadium
Address: Tallaght Dublin 24
Category: Kids / Family
We open on Friday 15th November 2019


South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium will open from Friday November 19th 2019 to Sunday January 26th 2020

The spectacular Ice Rink at Tallaght Stadium will be the centrepiece of the festival this year and is sure to attract thousands of skaters young and old to the town.

We will have lots more details of South Dublin On Ice in the coming weeks.

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Charlie Le Brun - Traditional Irish & Breton Music

Date: Saturday 18 January, 2020
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Cobblestone
Address: Smithfield
Category: Concert / Live Music
Charlie Le Brun is a Breton Flute player, composer and arranger based in Dublin, Ireland. He will be launching his debut album called 'Madness is Convention', recorded live at the RedBox studio in 2019. An evening of Traditional Irish & Breton Music, presented by John Kelly (Fiddle).

Featured artists:

Charlie Le Brun (Flute)
Aoife Kelly (Concertina)
Feilimi O'Connor (Guitar)
Eamon Rooney (Bodhran)
Kevin Doherty (Double Bass)

+ Guests:

John Kelly (Fiddle / Master of ceremony)
Maiwenn Gouthe (Fiddle)

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The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Saturday 1 February, 2020.
Location: Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
BGE Theatre, Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st February

The Sound of Music returns to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in a magnificent production to enchant and enthral the young and the young at heart.

Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, this wonderfully lavish staging of The Sound Of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of WWII.

The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including ‘Edelweiss’, ‘My Favorite Things’, ‘Do-Re-Mi’, ‘Climb Ev’ry Mountain’, and of course, the title song – ‘The Sound of Music’.

Date:Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st FebruaryTime:7.30pmPrice:From €21Address:Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Friday 31 January, 2020.
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Category: Educational
Various Locations, Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st January

First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

The festival includes motherhood and mental health, an existential crisis in an Aldi, carers taking self-care, an Opera world premiere in a unique space, an Olivier Award winning play, community collaborative sculpture installations, the 45th anniversary of a 5-time Oscar winning feature film, vulnerability in an age of oversharing, a Sea Swim and Batman needing a Break.

Check out or download the FF20 festival programme and choose from over 100 events, in 62 venues, across 17 counties in all corners of the island! First Fortnight utilises arts and culture to challenge mental health stigma while supporting some of Ireland's most vulnerable people through creative therapies. In Ireland, one in four people are predicted to struggle with their mental health at some point in their lives.

Date:Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st JanuaryTime:VariesPrice:VariesAddress:Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin Youth Orchestras – Annual Concert.

Dublin Youth Orchestras Date: Saturday 18 January, 2020
Location: National Concert Hall
Address: Dublin
Category: Concert / Live Music
NCH, Saturday 18th January

Dublin Youth Orchestras – Annual Concert.

DYO Junior Strings Orchestra.
DYO Intermediate Orchestra.
DYO Concert Orchestra.
DYO Symphony Orchestra.

Providing young musicians with opportunities to play and perform orchestral and chamber music, DYO consists of 4 orchestras with a total of 400 players between the ages of 9 – 19.

Date:Saturday 18th JanuaryTime:7.00pmPrice:€25Address:Earlsfort Terrace, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, D02 N527, Ireland

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Sunday 19 January, 2020 8 Events

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

Date: Friday 2 August, 2019 through Sunday 19 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Kilmainham
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life above Everything is a major exhibition that brings together the work of two acknowledged masters, Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats. Exploring the affinities and interconnections between these two artists, this exhibition draws the work of these two stubbornly individual painters into dialogue, placing them side-by-side for the first time in 70 years.

While Lucian Freud’s work has been exhibited in the past in group exhibitions alongside other artists from the ‘School of London’, Life above Everything is one of the few exhibitions to date in which Freud has been shown with a single other artist.

Freud’s interest in Yeats is little discussed, but he had a lifelong interest in the Irish painter’s work, holding a deep admiration for its force and energy. He did not cite Yeats as an ‘influence’ but instead seems to have felt a common purpose with his originality and independence, his continuous searching observation, and his sense of the connection between painting and life. A pen and ink drawing by Yeats, The Dancing Stevedores (c.1900), hung beside Freud’s bed for over 20 years.

Life Above Everything includes a substantial number of oil paintings by both artists, 33 by Freud and 24 by Yeats, as well as a range of works on paper, sourced from public and private collections internationally. There are five new loans of work by Freud to the IMMA Collection: Freud Project including important early works such as Girl with Roses (1947-48), Girl with Beret (1951) and Boat, Connemara (1951). Significant loans of works by Yeats include The Bus by the River (1927), People in a Street (c.1935), A Dancer (Rosses Point, Sligo) (1921), as well as From the Tram Top (c. 1925), which features one of Yeats’s rare cameos in his own work.

Unique to this exhibition is the inclusion of seven paintings by Jack B. Yeats which Freud selected for a close friend, advising him on works to acquire at auction or through the relevant gallery. We are delighted to be able to present these seven paintings, ‘approved’ by Freud, as a special grouping of Yeats’s works within this exhibition.

David Dawson, artist and Freud’s long-time studio assistant, has assisted in the selection for this exhibition, bringing to the project a unique, intimate knowledge of Freud’s interest in Yeats.

The exhibition is made possible by the IMMA Collection: Freud Project 2016-2021, a five-year loan of 52 works by Lucian Freud to the IMMA Collection by private lenders. This is the fourth exhibition to be presented as part of the project.

Admission
Tuesday: Free
Wednesday – Sunday: €8/€5
Always free for IMMA Members, full-time students and under 18s

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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Showcase Ireland

Showcase Ireland Date: Sunday 19 January, 2020 through Wednesday 22 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: RDS Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Expo
RDS, Sunday 19th January - Wednesday 22nd January

Showcase Ireland – Set trends and discover emerging brands. Network and be inspired by our daily seminars and fashion shows. Discover the very best new products made and designed in Ireland at Design Ireland the specially curated area from the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland. Visit the Local Enterprise Showcase to see the newest emerging makers from around the country. And best of all, take time to Explore Dublin – one of Europe’s most exciting capital cities. With a proven track record over 40 years we’re ready to do business at Showcase 2020.

Showcase is presented by Design and Crafts Council of Ireland and supported by Enterprise Ireland and Local Enterprise Offices nationwide.
Showcase Ireland is strictly a TRADE ONLY event.

Date:Sunday 19th January - Wednesday 22nd JanuaryTime:9.30am - 6.00pmPrice:Registration requiredAddress:Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland

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Bagatelle

Date: Sunday 19 January, 2020
Location: Vicar Street
Address: Dublin
Category: Concert / Live Music
Bagatelle – the band that inspired U2 and shared the stage with Bob Marley will play Vicar Street, Dublin on the 19th of January 2020 for a trip down memory lane as they enter their 42nd year in show business.

Bagatelle travelled far and wide, bringing their music to audiences in Europe, America, the Middle East and China, as well as in Ireland. Their hit Second Violin was such a success in Uruguay that it's still played there today. Over the years the band has had various changes of members but its current line-up: Liam Reilly pianist and lead vocalist, Ken Doyle on bass, drummer Seánie Devitt and lead guitarist Kurt Schefter, continue to travel and bring all the hits on the road.

The band, led by the superb piano playing and songwriting ability of front man Liam Reilly, broke up for a while but reformed in 1992. Since then they have been performing non-stop. The lads have come a long way since the early days. Bagatelle have shared the stage with the likes of Bob Marley, Van Morrison, U2, Thin Lizzy, Don McLean and The Pogues. Their ballad Flight of Earls has become one of the most popular Irish emigration songs, while their 1978 hit Summer in Dublin has become one of Irish rock's iconic songs.

Bagatelle was just a band, playing a few songs with no plan and no real expectation. They just got together to play a few songs and drink a few beers because they liked music. The success over the years was simply a happy accident. They were playing in a small stone cellar venue in Dublin when they were approached afterwards by John Woods, then managing director of Polygram Records who treated them to a burger, chips and Coke after their gig and then offered them a record deal. Ken Doyle remembers John Woods saying to him “there was four lovely young lads came into my office from Dublin and they said to me if you give us a chance, we could be as big as Bagatelle. That was U2”, laughs Ken…

Date:Sunday 19th JanuaryTime:8.30pmPrice:€33.65Address:58-59 Thomas St, The Liberties, Dublin 8, Ireland

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Visit Dublin/Events

Visit Dublin/Events Date: Tuesday 15 October, 2019 through Thursday 1 October, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Entertainment
VisitDublin.com is Dublin’s official tourism information website providing comprehensive information to inspire holidaymakers to visit Ireland’s vibrant capital city, assist with trip planning and offer the most up to date relevant information to you during your stay.

Search See & Do for a comprehensive listing of information on things to do in Dublin, accommodation, the best nightlife, special offers, events and a whole lot more.

Browse Insider Tips and be inspired to explore Dublin with top tips, suggestions and insider knowledge from the people who know Dublin best.

Don’t miss a trick – What's On showcases highlights over the coming three days while My Dublin Map helps you to plan your perfect trip using Pins to save your trip ideas to an interactive map that can be edited, printed or shared with friends.

VisitDublin.com is operated by Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority. Fáilte Ireland was formed in 2003 under the National Tourism Development Authority Act.

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium

Date: Tuesday 3 December, 2019 through Sunday 26 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Tallaght Stadium
Address: Tallaght Dublin 24
Category: Kids / Family
We open on Friday 15th November 2019


South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium will open from Friday November 19th 2019 to Sunday January 26th 2020

The spectacular Ice Rink at Tallaght Stadium will be the centrepiece of the festival this year and is sure to attract thousands of skaters young and old to the town.

We will have lots more details of South Dublin On Ice in the coming weeks.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Saturday 1 February, 2020.
Location: Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
BGE Theatre, Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st February

The Sound of Music returns to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in a magnificent production to enchant and enthral the young and the young at heart.

Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, this wonderfully lavish staging of The Sound Of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of WWII.

The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including ‘Edelweiss’, ‘My Favorite Things’, ‘Do-Re-Mi’, ‘Climb Ev’ry Mountain’, and of course, the title song – ‘The Sound of Music’.

Date:Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st FebruaryTime:7.30pmPrice:From €21Address:Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Friday 31 January, 2020.
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Category: Educational
Various Locations, Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st January

First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

The festival includes motherhood and mental health, an existential crisis in an Aldi, carers taking self-care, an Opera world premiere in a unique space, an Olivier Award winning play, community collaborative sculpture installations, the 45th anniversary of a 5-time Oscar winning feature film, vulnerability in an age of oversharing, a Sea Swim and Batman needing a Break.

Check out or download the FF20 festival programme and choose from over 100 events, in 62 venues, across 17 counties in all corners of the island! First Fortnight utilises arts and culture to challenge mental health stigma while supporting some of Ireland's most vulnerable people through creative therapies. In Ireland, one in four people are predicted to struggle with their mental health at some point in their lives.

Date:Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st JanuaryTime:VariesPrice:VariesAddress:Dublin, Ireland

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Monday 20 January, 2020 7 Events

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Showcase Ireland

Showcase Ireland Date: Sunday 19 January, 2020 through Wednesday 22 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: RDS Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Expo
RDS, Sunday 19th January - Wednesday 22nd January

Showcase Ireland – Set trends and discover emerging brands. Network and be inspired by our daily seminars and fashion shows. Discover the very best new products made and designed in Ireland at Design Ireland the specially curated area from the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland. Visit the Local Enterprise Showcase to see the newest emerging makers from around the country. And best of all, take time to Explore Dublin – one of Europe’s most exciting capital cities. With a proven track record over 40 years we’re ready to do business at Showcase 2020.

Showcase is presented by Design and Crafts Council of Ireland and supported by Enterprise Ireland and Local Enterprise Offices nationwide.
Showcase Ireland is strictly a TRADE ONLY event.

Date:Sunday 19th January - Wednesday 22nd JanuaryTime:9.30am - 6.00pmPrice:Registration requiredAddress:Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland

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Schools Shakespeare Festival 2020

Date: Monday 20 January, 2020 through Friday 24 January, 2020.
Location: dir Mill Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
dlr Mill Theatre, Monday 20th January - Friday 24th January

Schools Shakespeare Festival 2020 – The 2nd Annual Schools Shakespeare Festival @ dlr Mill Theatre.

Taking place over 5 evenings in the Main Auditorium, The 2nd Annual Schools Shakespeare Festival will see school groups perform an excerpt from their chosen Shakespeare text. All performances are 30 minutes and adjudicator Geoff O'Keeffe will present feedback each night. It is a unique opportunity for students to experience Shakespeare as his work should be experienced – on stage. The festival framework gives teachers the opportunity to develop their chosen Shakespeare in class, through performance. With given texts and fixed timetables, the onus is placed firmly on the students to interact meaningfully with the project.

Wednesday 22nd
Loreto Dalkey Group 1.
Loreto Dalkey Group 2.
St MacDaras.
Temple Carrig.

Thursday 23rd
St Joseph’s Rush Group 1.
St Joseph’s Rush Group 2.
St Bricin's College.
Mount Sackville.

Friday 24th
Ramsgrange Group 1.
Ramsgrange Group 2.
Mount Anville.
St Raphaela's.

The Award Ceremony will take place on Friday, January 24th.

Date:Monday 20th January - Friday 24th JanuaryTime:7.00pmPrice:€8Address:Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 16, Dundrum, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland

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Visit Dublin/Events

Visit Dublin/Events Date: Tuesday 15 October, 2019 through Thursday 1 October, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Entertainment
VisitDublin.com is Dublin’s official tourism information website providing comprehensive information to inspire holidaymakers to visit Ireland’s vibrant capital city, assist with trip planning and offer the most up to date relevant information to you during your stay.

Search See & Do for a comprehensive listing of information on things to do in Dublin, accommodation, the best nightlife, special offers, events and a whole lot more.

Browse Insider Tips and be inspired to explore Dublin with top tips, suggestions and insider knowledge from the people who know Dublin best.

Don’t miss a trick – What's On showcases highlights over the coming three days while My Dublin Map helps you to plan your perfect trip using Pins to save your trip ideas to an interactive map that can be edited, printed or shared with friends.

VisitDublin.com is operated by Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority. Fáilte Ireland was formed in 2003 under the National Tourism Development Authority Act.

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium

Date: Tuesday 3 December, 2019 through Sunday 26 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Tallaght Stadium
Address: Tallaght Dublin 24
Category: Kids / Family
We open on Friday 15th November 2019


South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium will open from Friday November 19th 2019 to Sunday January 26th 2020

The spectacular Ice Rink at Tallaght Stadium will be the centrepiece of the festival this year and is sure to attract thousands of skaters young and old to the town.

We will have lots more details of South Dublin On Ice in the coming weeks.

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The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Saturday 1 February, 2020.
Location: Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
BGE Theatre, Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st February

The Sound of Music returns to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in a magnificent production to enchant and enthral the young and the young at heart.

Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, this wonderfully lavish staging of The Sound Of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of WWII.

The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including ‘Edelweiss’, ‘My Favorite Things’, ‘Do-Re-Mi’, ‘Climb Ev’ry Mountain’, and of course, the title song – ‘The Sound of Music’.

Date:Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st FebruaryTime:7.30pmPrice:From €21Address:Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Friday 31 January, 2020.
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Category: Educational
Various Locations, Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st January

First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

The festival includes motherhood and mental health, an existential crisis in an Aldi, carers taking self-care, an Opera world premiere in a unique space, an Olivier Award winning play, community collaborative sculpture installations, the 45th anniversary of a 5-time Oscar winning feature film, vulnerability in an age of oversharing, a Sea Swim and Batman needing a Break.

Check out or download the FF20 festival programme and choose from over 100 events, in 62 venues, across 17 counties in all corners of the island! First Fortnight utilises arts and culture to challenge mental health stigma while supporting some of Ireland's most vulnerable people through creative therapies. In Ireland, one in four people are predicted to struggle with their mental health at some point in their lives.

Date:Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st JanuaryTime:VariesPrice:VariesAddress:Dublin, Ireland

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Tuesday 21 January, 2020 7 Events

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Showcase Ireland

Showcase Ireland Date: Sunday 19 January, 2020 through Wednesday 22 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: RDS Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Expo
RDS, Sunday 19th January - Wednesday 22nd January

Showcase Ireland – Set trends and discover emerging brands. Network and be inspired by our daily seminars and fashion shows. Discover the very best new products made and designed in Ireland at Design Ireland the specially curated area from the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland. Visit the Local Enterprise Showcase to see the newest emerging makers from around the country. And best of all, take time to Explore Dublin – one of Europe’s most exciting capital cities. With a proven track record over 40 years we’re ready to do business at Showcase 2020.

Showcase is presented by Design and Crafts Council of Ireland and supported by Enterprise Ireland and Local Enterprise Offices nationwide.
Showcase Ireland is strictly a TRADE ONLY event.

Date:Sunday 19th January - Wednesday 22nd JanuaryTime:9.30am - 6.00pmPrice:Registration requiredAddress:Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland

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Schools Shakespeare Festival 2020

Date: Monday 20 January, 2020 through Friday 24 January, 2020.
Location: dir Mill Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
dlr Mill Theatre, Monday 20th January - Friday 24th January

Schools Shakespeare Festival 2020 – The 2nd Annual Schools Shakespeare Festival @ dlr Mill Theatre.

Taking place over 5 evenings in the Main Auditorium, The 2nd Annual Schools Shakespeare Festival will see school groups perform an excerpt from their chosen Shakespeare text. All performances are 30 minutes and adjudicator Geoff O'Keeffe will present feedback each night. It is a unique opportunity for students to experience Shakespeare as his work should be experienced – on stage. The festival framework gives teachers the opportunity to develop their chosen Shakespeare in class, through performance. With given texts and fixed timetables, the onus is placed firmly on the students to interact meaningfully with the project.

Wednesday 22nd
Loreto Dalkey Group 1.
Loreto Dalkey Group 2.
St MacDaras.
Temple Carrig.

Thursday 23rd
St Joseph’s Rush Group 1.
St Joseph’s Rush Group 2.
St Bricin's College.
Mount Sackville.

Friday 24th
Ramsgrange Group 1.
Ramsgrange Group 2.
Mount Anville.
St Raphaela's.

The Award Ceremony will take place on Friday, January 24th.

Date:Monday 20th January - Friday 24th JanuaryTime:7.00pmPrice:€8Address:Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 16, Dundrum, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland

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Visit Dublin/Events

Visit Dublin/Events Date: Tuesday 15 October, 2019 through Thursday 1 October, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Entertainment
VisitDublin.com is Dublin’s official tourism information website providing comprehensive information to inspire holidaymakers to visit Ireland’s vibrant capital city, assist with trip planning and offer the most up to date relevant information to you during your stay.

Search See & Do for a comprehensive listing of information on things to do in Dublin, accommodation, the best nightlife, special offers, events and a whole lot more.

Browse Insider Tips and be inspired to explore Dublin with top tips, suggestions and insider knowledge from the people who know Dublin best.

Don’t miss a trick – What's On showcases highlights over the coming three days while My Dublin Map helps you to plan your perfect trip using Pins to save your trip ideas to an interactive map that can be edited, printed or shared with friends.

VisitDublin.com is operated by Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority. Fáilte Ireland was formed in 2003 under the National Tourism Development Authority Act.

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium

Date: Tuesday 3 December, 2019 through Sunday 26 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Tallaght Stadium
Address: Tallaght Dublin 24
Category: Kids / Family
We open on Friday 15th November 2019


South Dublin On Ice @ Tallaght Stadium will open from Friday November 19th 2019 to Sunday January 26th 2020

The spectacular Ice Rink at Tallaght Stadium will be the centrepiece of the festival this year and is sure to attract thousands of skaters young and old to the town.

We will have lots more details of South Dublin On Ice in the coming weeks.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Saturday 1 February, 2020.
Location: Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
BGE Theatre, Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st February

The Sound of Music returns to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in a magnificent production to enchant and enthral the young and the young at heart.

Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, this wonderfully lavish staging of The Sound Of Music tells the true story of the world-famous singing family, from their romantic beginnings and search for happiness, to their thrilling escape to freedom as their beloved Austria becomes part of the Third Reich at the start of WWII.

The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on stage, including ‘Edelweiss’, ‘My Favorite Things’, ‘Do-Re-Mi’, ‘Climb Ev’ry Mountain’, and of course, the title song – ‘The Sound of Music’.

Date:Friday 10th January - Saturday 1st FebruaryTime:7.30pmPrice:From €21Address:Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

Date: Thursday 16 January, 2020 through Friday 31 January, 2020.
Location: Various locations in Dublin
Category: Educational
Various Locations, Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st January

First Fortnight – a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action.

The festival includes motherhood and mental health, an existential crisis in an Aldi, carers taking self-care, an Opera world premiere in a unique space, an Olivier Award winning play, community collaborative sculpture installations, the 45th anniversary of a 5-time Oscar winning feature film, vulnerability in an age of oversharing, a Sea Swim and Batman needing a Break.

Check out or download the FF20 festival programme and choose from over 100 events, in 62 venues, across 17 counties in all corners of the island! First Fortnight utilises arts and culture to challenge mental health stigma while supporting some of Ireland's most vulnerable people through creative therapies. In Ireland, one in four people are predicted to struggle with their mental health at some point in their lives.

Date:Wednesday 1st January - Friday 31st JanuaryTime:VariesPrice:VariesAddress:Dublin, Ireland

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