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Thursday 20 February, 2020 to Monday 24 February, 2020

Thursday 20 February, 2020 6 Events

YAN

Date: Saturday 1 February, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Location: SO Fine Art Editions
Address: 2nd Floor Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An exhibition of prints from Japan : in collaboration with the prestigious Yanagisawa Gallery in Tokyo, SO Fine Art Editions presents contemporary artists from both gallerys stable, namely Richard Gorman, Yoko Hara, Jin Hirosawa, Mayumi Kimura, Azusa Takahashi and Yasuyoshi Tokida.

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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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S1 SOUNDS AMDY and EASY PEELERS PRESENT a HEAVY HOUSE AND TECHNO NIGHT IN THE WORKMANS CLUB

Date: Thursday 20 February, 2020
Time: 11:00 pm - 2:30 am
Location: The Workman's Club
Address: 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 VX36
Price: 5 EURO
Category: Theatre / Dance
Culture ART and an immersive musical Berlin style experience provided by
S1 SOUNDS AMDY
and
EASY PEELERS
in The Workmans club In Temple Bar on the 20th of February Tickets 5 EURO
Heavy House and Techno DJ set

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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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The Lieutenant of Inishmore

The Lieutenant of Inishmore Gaiety
Date: Monday 27 January, 2020 through Tuesday 31 March, 2020.
Location: The Gaiety Theatre
Address: South King Street, (off the top of Grafton Street), , DUB, 2
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gaiety Theatre, Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th March

The Lieutenant of Inishmore – The cast includes Paul Mescal (BBC's Normal People, The Great Gatsby), Aisling Kearns (Darklands, Asking For It), Alex Murphy (The Young Offenders), Cillian Ó Gairbhí (Blood, Darklands), Desmond Eastwood (Blackout, Normal People), Cillian Lenaghan (Blackout) and in his professional debut Pádraig O'Grady. They are joined by Don Wycherley in the role of Donny (Sing Street, Bachelor's Walk).

Oscar Award-winning director and playwright Martin McDonagh's work is known and loved by both theatre and film audiences alike (In Bruges, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri). Audiences flocked to see The Gaiety Theatre production of The Cripple of Inishmaan last spring.

On a lonely road on the island of Inishmore, someone killed Mad Padraic's cat. He'll want to know who did it when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip-shop bombing in Northern Ireland. He loves his cat more than life itself, and someone is going to pay. Set in the 1990s, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is a clever satire on terrorism, the beautification of violence in contemporary culture and a hilarious farce in true McDonagh fashion.

Booking information:
Age guidance: 14+
Please note this production contains scenes of a violent nature.

Date:Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th MarchTime:2.30pm | 7.30pmPrice:€18.50+Address:South King St, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Medea

Medea Date: Thursday 30 January, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Location: Gate Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gate Theatre, Thursday 30th January - Saturday 22nd February

In this transformative new version of the Greek tragedy Medea, a slight shift of perspective can change everything. Seen through the eyes of Medea and Jason’s children, we are offering a new take on two of the most tragic siblings of all time.

Date:Thursday 30th January - Saturday 22nd FebruaryTime:Price:From €15Address:Cavendish Row, Parnell Square E, Northside, Dublin 1, Ireland

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Friday 21 February, 2020 5 Events

YAN

Date: Saturday 1 February, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Location: SO Fine Art Editions
Address: 2nd Floor Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An exhibition of prints from Japan : in collaboration with the prestigious Yanagisawa Gallery in Tokyo, SO Fine Art Editions presents contemporary artists from both gallerys stable, namely Richard Gorman, Yoko Hara, Jin Hirosawa, Mayumi Kimura, Azusa Takahashi and Yasuyoshi Tokida.

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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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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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The Lieutenant of Inishmore

The Lieutenant of Inishmore Gaiety
Date: Monday 27 January, 2020 through Tuesday 31 March, 2020.
Location: The Gaiety Theatre
Address: South King Street, (off the top of Grafton Street), , DUB, 2
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gaiety Theatre, Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th March

The Lieutenant of Inishmore – The cast includes Paul Mescal (BBC's Normal People, The Great Gatsby), Aisling Kearns (Darklands, Asking For It), Alex Murphy (The Young Offenders), Cillian Ó Gairbhí (Blood, Darklands), Desmond Eastwood (Blackout, Normal People), Cillian Lenaghan (Blackout) and in his professional debut Pádraig O'Grady. They are joined by Don Wycherley in the role of Donny (Sing Street, Bachelor's Walk).

Oscar Award-winning director and playwright Martin McDonagh's work is known and loved by both theatre and film audiences alike (In Bruges, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri). Audiences flocked to see The Gaiety Theatre production of The Cripple of Inishmaan last spring.

On a lonely road on the island of Inishmore, someone killed Mad Padraic's cat. He'll want to know who did it when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip-shop bombing in Northern Ireland. He loves his cat more than life itself, and someone is going to pay. Set in the 1990s, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is a clever satire on terrorism, the beautification of violence in contemporary culture and a hilarious farce in true McDonagh fashion.

Booking information:
Age guidance: 14+
Please note this production contains scenes of a violent nature.

Date:Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th MarchTime:2.30pm | 7.30pmPrice:€18.50+Address:South King St, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Medea

Medea Date: Thursday 30 January, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Location: Gate Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gate Theatre, Thursday 30th January - Saturday 22nd February

In this transformative new version of the Greek tragedy Medea, a slight shift of perspective can change everything. Seen through the eyes of Medea and Jason’s children, we are offering a new take on two of the most tragic siblings of all time.

Date:Thursday 30th January - Saturday 22nd FebruaryTime:Price:From €15Address:Cavendish Row, Parnell Square E, Northside, Dublin 1, Ireland

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Saturday 22 February, 2020 5 Events

YAN

Date: Saturday 1 February, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Location: SO Fine Art Editions
Address: 2nd Floor Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An exhibition of prints from Japan : in collaboration with the prestigious Yanagisawa Gallery in Tokyo, SO Fine Art Editions presents contemporary artists from both gallerys stable, namely Richard Gorman, Yoko Hara, Jin Hirosawa, Mayumi Kimura, Azusa Takahashi and Yasuyoshi Tokida.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

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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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:

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

The Lieutenant of Inishmore

The Lieutenant of Inishmore Gaiety
Date: Monday 27 January, 2020 through Tuesday 31 March, 2020.
Location: The Gaiety Theatre
Address: South King Street, (off the top of Grafton Street), , DUB, 2
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gaiety Theatre, Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th March

The Lieutenant of Inishmore – The cast includes Paul Mescal (BBC's Normal People, The Great Gatsby), Aisling Kearns (Darklands, Asking For It), Alex Murphy (The Young Offenders), Cillian Ó Gairbhí (Blood, Darklands), Desmond Eastwood (Blackout, Normal People), Cillian Lenaghan (Blackout) and in his professional debut Pádraig O'Grady. They are joined by Don Wycherley in the role of Donny (Sing Street, Bachelor's Walk).

Oscar Award-winning director and playwright Martin McDonagh's work is known and loved by both theatre and film audiences alike (In Bruges, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri). Audiences flocked to see The Gaiety Theatre production of The Cripple of Inishmaan last spring.

On a lonely road on the island of Inishmore, someone killed Mad Padraic's cat. He'll want to know who did it when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip-shop bombing in Northern Ireland. He loves his cat more than life itself, and someone is going to pay. Set in the 1990s, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is a clever satire on terrorism, the beautification of violence in contemporary culture and a hilarious farce in true McDonagh fashion.

Booking information:
Age guidance: 14+
Please note this production contains scenes of a violent nature.

Date:Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th MarchTime:2.30pm | 7.30pmPrice:€18.50+Address:South King St, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Medea

Medea Date: Thursday 30 January, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Location: Gate Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gate Theatre, Thursday 30th January - Saturday 22nd February

In this transformative new version of the Greek tragedy Medea, a slight shift of perspective can change everything. Seen through the eyes of Medea and Jason’s children, we are offering a new take on two of the most tragic siblings of all time.

Date:Thursday 30th January - Saturday 22nd FebruaryTime:Price:From €15Address:Cavendish Row, Parnell Square E, Northside, Dublin 1, Ireland

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Sunday 23 February, 2020 3 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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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:

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

The Lieutenant of Inishmore

The Lieutenant of Inishmore Gaiety
Date: Monday 27 January, 2020 through Tuesday 31 March, 2020.
Location: The Gaiety Theatre
Address: South King Street, (off the top of Grafton Street), , DUB, 2
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gaiety Theatre, Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th March

The Lieutenant of Inishmore – The cast includes Paul Mescal (BBC's Normal People, The Great Gatsby), Aisling Kearns (Darklands, Asking For It), Alex Murphy (The Young Offenders), Cillian Ó Gairbhí (Blood, Darklands), Desmond Eastwood (Blackout, Normal People), Cillian Lenaghan (Blackout) and in his professional debut Pádraig O'Grady. They are joined by Don Wycherley in the role of Donny (Sing Street, Bachelor's Walk).

Oscar Award-winning director and playwright Martin McDonagh's work is known and loved by both theatre and film audiences alike (In Bruges, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri). Audiences flocked to see The Gaiety Theatre production of The Cripple of Inishmaan last spring.

On a lonely road on the island of Inishmore, someone killed Mad Padraic's cat. He'll want to know who did it when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip-shop bombing in Northern Ireland. He loves his cat more than life itself, and someone is going to pay. Set in the 1990s, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is a clever satire on terrorism, the beautification of violence in contemporary culture and a hilarious farce in true McDonagh fashion.

Booking information:
Age guidance: 14+
Please note this production contains scenes of a violent nature.

Date:Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th MarchTime:2.30pm | 7.30pmPrice:€18.50+Address:South King St, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Monday 24 February, 2020 3 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.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

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:

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

The Lieutenant of Inishmore

The Lieutenant of Inishmore Gaiety
Date: Monday 27 January, 2020 through Tuesday 31 March, 2020.
Location: The Gaiety Theatre
Address: South King Street, (off the top of Grafton Street), , DUB, 2
Category: Theatre / Dance
Gaiety Theatre, Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th March

The Lieutenant of Inishmore – The cast includes Paul Mescal (BBC's Normal People, The Great Gatsby), Aisling Kearns (Darklands, Asking For It), Alex Murphy (The Young Offenders), Cillian Ó Gairbhí (Blood, Darklands), Desmond Eastwood (Blackout, Normal People), Cillian Lenaghan (Blackout) and in his professional debut Pádraig O'Grady. They are joined by Don Wycherley in the role of Donny (Sing Street, Bachelor's Walk).

Oscar Award-winning director and playwright Martin McDonagh's work is known and loved by both theatre and film audiences alike (In Bruges, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri). Audiences flocked to see The Gaiety Theatre production of The Cripple of Inishmaan last spring.

On a lonely road on the island of Inishmore, someone killed Mad Padraic's cat. He'll want to know who did it when he gets back from a stint of torture and chip-shop bombing in Northern Ireland. He loves his cat more than life itself, and someone is going to pay. Set in the 1990s, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is a clever satire on terrorism, the beautification of violence in contemporary culture and a hilarious farce in true McDonagh fashion.

Booking information:
Age guidance: 14+
Please note this production contains scenes of a violent nature.

Date:Monday 27th January - Saturday 14th MarchTime:2.30pm | 7.30pmPrice:€18.50+Address:South King St, Dublin 2, Ireland

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal