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Sunday 25 June, 2017 to Thursday 29 June, 2017

Sunday 25 June, 2017 19 Events

Farmleigh House +

James Joyce In The Park An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House

Date: through .
Time: 10:15 am - 4:15 pm
Location: Farmleigh House
Address: Phoenix Park Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
James Joyce In The Park
An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House
Books on display from the Benjamin Iveagh Collection, Farmleigh House courtesy of the Governors and Guardians of Marsh's Library

19th May- 1st September 2017

The Oak Room- Farmleigh House

James Joyce (1882-1941) is one of the most influential writers of his era. His works have been the subject of worldwide scholarly scrutiny particularly the iconic work, Ulysses (1922). Although he spent the majority of his adult life abroad, Joyce's works are meticulously rooted in the topography of Dublin and in the Phoenix Park area in particular. In Finnegans Wake, The Dead and The Painful Case, The Phoenix Park and Chapelizod are central locations, whilst Joyce makes numerous allusions to Phoenix Park in Ulysses. He explained he's preoccupation with Dublin when he said "For myself I always write about Dublin, because if I can get to the heart of Dublin I can get to heart of all the cities of the world. In the particular is contained the universal".

This exhibition is free to attend and can be viewed as part of the guided tour of Farmleigh House. Free OPW guided tours run 7 days a week from 10.15am-4.15pm.

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro
Category: Comedy
Ireland A Survivor's Guide, The 5 star Tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show returns to the International bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs. Sketches include: History of Ireland in 7 minutes, How to chat up and Irish person, An interactive guide to hurling and many more. Fast,physical comedy suitable for all ages and all levels of English. Great lunchtime comedy theatre. Lunch deal available.

www.irelandasurvivorsguide.ie

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro / 8 euro online
Category: Theatre / Dance
5 Star Trip Adviser-rated Comedy sketch show returns to the International Bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people culture and customs using physical comedy ,crazy props and audience interaction. Tues to Fri

Booking

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Dragons of Eden

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: MART Gallery
Address: MART Gallery, 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Category: Arts / Exhibits
‘Dragons of Eden’ - featuring work by Aoibheann Greenan and Terence Erraught - addresses mythological and real world societal challenges through installation, video and performance.

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Public Tour: Decade of Conflic +

Public Tour: Decade of Conflict

National Museum of Ireland
Date:
Time: 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Location: Archaeology
Address: Kildare Street, , DUB, 2
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Public Tour: Decade of Conflict
25/06/2017 - 25/06/2017 3pm-3.45pm
Join a public tour on exploring the turbulent decade from 1913-1923 examining the ordinary Irishmen and women involved in World War I, the 1916 Rising, War of Independence and Civil War. No booking required, places allocated on a first-come basis 15 minutes before tour starts.
Event Type: Tour
Topic: History
Audience: Adults & Children 12+
Venue: Collins Barracks (Decorative Arts & History)

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Caint / Talk Francis Ledw +

Caint / Talk Francis Ledwidge: A celebration of his life, work and legacy

Date:
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Decorative Arts & History
Address: Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7
Category: Educational
Meitheamh / June (ar aghaidh / continued)

Domhnaigh
25 / Sun
25th
3pm
Caint / Talk Francis Ledwidge: A celebration of his life,
work and legacy
Born in a labourer's cottage in Slane, Co Meath, the
poet Francis Ledwidge worked as a farm labourer, a
miner and a road worker while writing the poems
that brought him fame during his short life. He
enlisted in the Inniskilling Fusiliers in 1914. Having
endured Gallipoli, Ledwidge was killed on July 31st
1917 during the nightmare 3rd Battle of Ypres.
Join Dermot Bolger editor of a new edition of
Ledwidge's Selected Poems, poet Michael
O'Loughlin and the acclaimed artist Liam Ó Broin
who for decades has lived next door to the
Ledwidge cottage museum, for a celebration of the
life of Francis Ledwidge.

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Turas / Tour Public Tour: +

Turas / Tour Public Tour: Decade of Conflict

Date:
Time: 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Location: Decorative Arts & History
Address: Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7
Category: Historical
Adults

Domhnaigh
25 / Sun
25th
3pm-3.45pm
Turas / Tour Public Tour: Decade of Conflict
Join a public tour on exploring the turbulent decade
from 1913-1923 examining the ordinary Irishmen
and women involved in World War I, the 1916
Rising, War of Independence and Civil War. No
booking required, places allocated on a firstcome
basis 15 minutes before tour starts.
Daoine Fásta
agus leanaí

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Unhinged Comedy Club on Sunday

Date:
Time: 9:00 pm - 11:15 pm
Location: The Ha'penny Bridge Inn
Price: 8
Category: Comedy
Unhinged Comedy Club runs every Wednesday and Sunday in The Ha'penny Bridge Inn. Top-notch line-ups provided, along with loads of laughs. Laughter will be flying! Doors at 9pm. Mention 360dublincity.com and get in for a discounted price of 6euro.

http://conmcflynn.com/clubs/unhinged-comedy-club-dublin

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bic +

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dun Laoghaire Harbour
Address: Dun Laoghaire
Category: Festival
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary
01 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Dún Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire Harbour has been a place where relatives have waved off ships of emigrants, and where cruises have stopped off, heaving with eager tourists.

It has long has been a place of industry, tourism, and as its uses have changed, it has undergone facelifts, from rudimentary harbour to a modern hive of activity.

This festival will celebrate two hundred years of Dún Laoghaire harbour with history talks, contemporary art exhibitions, and even a live recording of the RTÉ Sunday Miscellany boasting stories, songs, and spoken word.

A highlight is sure to be the Dún Laoghaire Historical Society Exhibition as it explores the lives of the seaside townspeople and how they lived.

Children can enjoy workshops, and everyone is welcome to feast at the International Harbour Food Festival. Watch sailing boats bob on the horizon or perhaps tour the harbour with a knowledgable guide... whether it's music, history or sport you're into, you'll find something to love at the Dún Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary.

For more details

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival +

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Bars and Venues Nationwide Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Festival
Irish Gin and Tonic Festival
5 June - Saturday 1 July 2017
Venue: Bars and Venues Nationwide
Dublin
The Irish Gin and Tonic Festival is determined that as many people up and down the country get to taste the very best in Irish artisan spirit making via the humble gin and tonic.

The gin and tonic was once the drink of choice for unsavoury types in Charles Dickens' London, but in recent years it has become the chic drink of choice - move over, cosmopolitan.

This festival invites bars, restaurants and venues all over Ireland to show off some of the nation's most exciting gins and tonics, in order to support local industry.

You'll have the chance to sample some exemplary gins, like Bertha's Revenge, a sweet and milky gin named for Bertha, the heifer who gave it her name. Gunpowder gin from a shed in Drumshanbo will, quite honestly, set off fireworks on your palate. Of course, there will be just as much attention paid to the tonic - whether you're an alcohol drinker or not, Poacher's Tonic from cocktail maestro Oisin Davis has all the refined and subtle taste with none of the alcohol percentage.

For more details

Vegan Dublin Food Tours +

Vegan Dublin Food Tours

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Exchequer Street
Address: Dublin
Category: Food Special
Vegan Dublin Food Tours
0 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Exchequer Street
The plant-based diet is one that’s really taking off as people become more conscious of their health, the environment and animal welfare. Whether you’re a full or part-time herbivore, enjoy this tour of some of Dublin’s most delicious vegan-friendly spots during the Vegan Dublin Food Tours.

This three hour jaunt will involve six pitstops at hip vegan-friendly joints where you’ll enjoy a smorgasbord of dishes including dessert, tea or coffee, while also stopping at a few interesting sites as you weave around the city with your fellow fruit and veggie-loving tour attendees.

Essentially, this will be a guide to exactly where those looking for a plant-based meal should be focusing their search - you’ll see the most innovative spots in the city as you walk up an appetite (1.8km, no less).

If you’re looking to eat your way around Dublin, stay hungry for this very special tour.

For more details

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stard +

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Address: Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust
16 June - Sunday 15 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
Vivienne Dick is an Irish artist who is synonymous with New York’s alternative art scene.

Since the 70s, Vivienne has made work marked by pop culture, feminism and politics; urgent and forceful, she has used video art and documentary to express herself.

Vivienne is considered one of the leading figures in the punk, avant garde/No Wave film-making movement and is widely considered now to be one of Ireland’s most important film-makers ever.

This exhibition will run concurrently with Nan Goldin’s, as they have been friends since the early days in New York and have even appeared in each other’s work. Independently, their work is awing, but in the same gallery? You will be stunned by the scope and power expressed by these trailblazing grand dames of punk art.

Admission Free

For more details

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown +

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

Leopardstown Racecourse
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Leopardstown Racecourse
Address: Leopardstown, , DUB, 18
Category: Concert / Live Music
Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

08 June - Thursday 17 August 2017
Venue: Leopardstown Racecourse
With a fantastic line-up of live gigs, great food and thrilling horse-racing, this year’s Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown series, promises a night out with a difference.

The Hothouse Flowers are a band shaped by over 30 years of performing live all over the world. This has led to their solid stage presence and compelling sound. See them Live at Leopardstown as they share the bill with many other fantastic Irish and international headliners including Irish indie outfit Ham Sandwich, Irish pop rockers Something Happens, legendary Manchester indie group Happy Mondays and much more.

For the perfect summer’s day out for the whole family, take your pick from these eight exceptional dates planned for the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Festival 2017

For more details

Dublin Plein +

Dublin Plein Air Painting Festival

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Fingal
Category: Festival
Dublin Plein Air Painting Festival
19 - 25 June 2017
Venue: Fingal
Bring your art materials and paint Fingal's fabulous landscapes with fellow artists and friends at a festival that welcomes creators from all over the world.

This annual week long festival harnesses the mystical power of the summer solstice, a time of year very important to the Celts and Druids, and uses its long, hazy days - the longest of the year, in order to paint, paint, paint, in the gorgeous great outdoors.

Fingal is a wonderful, untouched part of Dublin, punctuated with picture-perfect villages and a coast facing icy blue sea, which you could stare into for hours as the wind tousles your hair.

Feel the breeze as you put paint to paper with Dublin Plein Air Painting Festival, a truly unique and enlivening artistic experience

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Freud Project, +

Freud Project, IMMA

Irish Museum of Modern Art
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Freud Project
21 - 21 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
50 works by Lucian Freud come to IMMA and are presented in a dedicated Freud centre in the stunning Garden Galleries. Regarded as one of the world’s greatest realist painters, Freud is renowned for his stunning portrayal of the human form.

Staff at IMMA are delighted to have secured this important long term loan which features the artist’s finest paintings as well as his personal etchings offering visitors the perfect insight into Lucian Freud interests and enduring artistic practice

For more details

Riverdance +

Riverdance comes home to Dublin

Gaiety
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Riverdance

comes home to Dublin
21st June – 3rd September 2017


“The original ….the best.”
The Irish Times



Tickets now on sale

Riverdance returns home to Dublin to the Gaiety Theatre from 21st June to 3rd September 2017.

For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. The worldwide phenomenon which is Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin and has continued to set new records in packed theatres and arenas throughout the world. www.riverdance.com


- Since 1995 Riverdance has played 11,500 performances and been seen live by over 25 million people in over 467 venues worldwide in 47 countries across 6 continents
- Travelled 750,000 miles (or to the moon and back and back again!)
- Played to a global television audience of 3 billion people
- Sold over 3 million copies of the Grammy Award-winning CD and 10 million Riverdance videos & DVD

See new footage from the Anniversary tour:
https://youtu.be/jizyqqdwjW4

CRITICAL PRAISE FOR Riverdance:

“As for the flaws? Well, there simply aren’t any. Here’s to another 20 years!” - EDINBURGH NEWS

“Riverdance is the No. 1 dance show of the world.” - SHENZHEN DAILY

“A family evening unlike anything else!” - THE TIMES OF LONDON

“Riverdance is as much a phenomenon as a show.” - NEW YORK POST

“An Irish phenomenon.” - PARISCOPE

“A show of superlatives.” - NEUES DEUTSCHLAND

“Entertainment doesn’t come much better than this.” - THE IRISH EXAMINER

“One of the most entertaining shows you will ever see.” - THE EVENING HERALD

“Dance does not often get so good.” - THE GUARDIAN

“The phenomenon rolls on! There will always be a Riverdance!” - THE NEW YORK TIMES

“The show is quite simply incredible. A phenomenon of historic proportions.” - THE WASHINGTON TIMES

“The sort of spectacle and experience that comes along once in a lifetime.” - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Triumphant! A perfect Gem.” - NEW YORK POST

For more details

Michelangelo +

Michelangelo: Life and Death, Light House Cinema

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Light House Cinema
Category: Film / Movie
Michelangelo: Life and Death
13 June - 27 August 2017
Venue: Light House Cinema
Michelangelo is currently the subject of an extensive new exhibition at the National Gallery in London, and this documentary has been made to coincide with the historical celebration of the infamous artist who was born nearly 550 years ago.

Famed for his pivotal role in the Renaissance, and famously patronised by the Florentine power family De Midici, Michelangelo was the Damien Hirst of his day, widely regarded and treated as a celebrity.

His canvas was sometimes a block of marble, and sometimes the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. He lived a long and productive life, dying at the age of 88, having revolutionised arts and culture alongside contemporaries like Leonardo da Vinci.

Learn about what really makes a renaissance man as the Light House Cinema screens this masterpiece.

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An Óige, Annual Photograp +

An Ă“ige, Annual Photography Exhibition

National Botanic Gardens
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: National Botanic Gardens
Address: Glasnevin, , DUB, 9
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An Óige, Annual Photography Exhibition
Wednesday 21st - Sunday 2nd July
This Annual Photography Exhibition, now in its 79th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2017, including a section exploring the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery Space of the Visitor Centre

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Tony Bennett +

Tony Bennett ONE NIGHT ONLY PERFORMANCE BY MULTIPLE GRAMMY AWARD-WINNER

Date:
Location: Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Address: Dublin
Category: Concert / Live Music
Tony Bennett
25 Jun 2017
ONE NIGHT ONLY PERFORMANCE BY MULTIPLE GRAMMY AWARD-WINNER
"We aren't likely to see a recording career like this again."- The New York Times

With worldwide record sales in the millions, and dozens of platinum and gold albums to his credit, TONY BENNETT is a musician who touches the hearts and souls of audiences with his legendary vocals and charming stage presence. His long list of achievements, spanning over 60 years, includes seventeen Grammy Awards, including the prestigious Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, making this artist a true international treasure. His signature tunes, such as “Steppin’ Out With My Baby” and “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” form part of the fabric of American music culture. Often billed as the world’s most boyish octogenarian, TONY BENNETT is a vital musical artist at the peak of his powers.
Sony Legacy just released TONY BENNETT:THE CLASSICS which showcases a compilation of selections from Tony’s recent series of DUETS CDs as well as solo versions of many catalog favorites.
Tony Bennett celebrated his 85th birthday in 2011 with the release of “Duets II” and made music history by making Tony the oldest artist to ever have a #1 CD on the Billboard album charts. “Duets II,” followed up “Tony Bennett Duets: An American Classic” CD, released in 2006. 2012 marked the 50th anniversary of the singer’s signature song, “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.” as well as the release of a new documentary film, THE ZEN OF BENNETT, created and conceived by Tony’s son and manager Danny Bennett. Bennett also released his fourth book, LIFE IS A GIFT, was also released in 2012 and entered the NY Times Best Seller list. TONY BENNETT is also a talented painter. He has exhibited his work in galleries around the world, and three of his original paintings are part of the permanent collection in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.

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Monday 26 June, 2017 13 Events

Farmleigh House +

James Joyce In The Park An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House

Date: through .
Time: 10:15 am - 4:15 pm
Location: Farmleigh House
Address: Phoenix Park Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
James Joyce In The Park
An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House
Books on display from the Benjamin Iveagh Collection, Farmleigh House courtesy of the Governors and Guardians of Marsh's Library

19th May- 1st September 2017

The Oak Room- Farmleigh House

James Joyce (1882-1941) is one of the most influential writers of his era. His works have been the subject of worldwide scholarly scrutiny particularly the iconic work, Ulysses (1922). Although he spent the majority of his adult life abroad, Joyce's works are meticulously rooted in the topography of Dublin and in the Phoenix Park area in particular. In Finnegans Wake, The Dead and The Painful Case, The Phoenix Park and Chapelizod are central locations, whilst Joyce makes numerous allusions to Phoenix Park in Ulysses. He explained he's preoccupation with Dublin when he said "For myself I always write about Dublin, because if I can get to the heart of Dublin I can get to heart of all the cities of the world. In the particular is contained the universal".

This exhibition is free to attend and can be viewed as part of the guided tour of Farmleigh House. Free OPW guided tours run 7 days a week from 10.15am-4.15pm.

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro
Category: Comedy
Ireland A Survivor's Guide, The 5 star Tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show returns to the International bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs. Sketches include: History of Ireland in 7 minutes, How to chat up and Irish person, An interactive guide to hurling and many more. Fast,physical comedy suitable for all ages and all levels of English. Great lunchtime comedy theatre. Lunch deal available.

www.irelandasurvivorsguide.ie

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro / 8 euro online
Category: Theatre / Dance
5 Star Trip Adviser-rated Comedy sketch show returns to the International Bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people culture and customs using physical comedy ,crazy props and audience interaction. Tues to Fri

Booking

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Dragons of Eden

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: MART Gallery
Address: MART Gallery, 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Category: Arts / Exhibits
‘Dragons of Eden’ - featuring work by Aoibheann Greenan and Terence Erraught - addresses mythological and real world societal challenges through installation, video and performance.

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Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bic +

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dun Laoghaire Harbour
Address: Dun Laoghaire
Category: Festival
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary
01 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Dún Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire Harbour has been a place where relatives have waved off ships of emigrants, and where cruises have stopped off, heaving with eager tourists.

It has long has been a place of industry, tourism, and as its uses have changed, it has undergone facelifts, from rudimentary harbour to a modern hive of activity.

This festival will celebrate two hundred years of Dún Laoghaire harbour with history talks, contemporary art exhibitions, and even a live recording of the RTÉ Sunday Miscellany boasting stories, songs, and spoken word.

A highlight is sure to be the Dún Laoghaire Historical Society Exhibition as it explores the lives of the seaside townspeople and how they lived.

Children can enjoy workshops, and everyone is welcome to feast at the International Harbour Food Festival. Watch sailing boats bob on the horizon or perhaps tour the harbour with a knowledgable guide... whether it's music, history or sport you're into, you'll find something to love at the Dún Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary.

For more details

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival +

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Bars and Venues Nationwide Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Festival
Irish Gin and Tonic Festival
5 June - Saturday 1 July 2017
Venue: Bars and Venues Nationwide
Dublin
The Irish Gin and Tonic Festival is determined that as many people up and down the country get to taste the very best in Irish artisan spirit making via the humble gin and tonic.

The gin and tonic was once the drink of choice for unsavoury types in Charles Dickens' London, but in recent years it has become the chic drink of choice - move over, cosmopolitan.

This festival invites bars, restaurants and venues all over Ireland to show off some of the nation's most exciting gins and tonics, in order to support local industry.

You'll have the chance to sample some exemplary gins, like Bertha's Revenge, a sweet and milky gin named for Bertha, the heifer who gave it her name. Gunpowder gin from a shed in Drumshanbo will, quite honestly, set off fireworks on your palate. Of course, there will be just as much attention paid to the tonic - whether you're an alcohol drinker or not, Poacher's Tonic from cocktail maestro Oisin Davis has all the refined and subtle taste with none of the alcohol percentage.

For more details

Vegan Dublin Food Tours +

Vegan Dublin Food Tours

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Exchequer Street
Address: Dublin
Category: Food Special
Vegan Dublin Food Tours
0 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Exchequer Street
The plant-based diet is one that’s really taking off as people become more conscious of their health, the environment and animal welfare. Whether you’re a full or part-time herbivore, enjoy this tour of some of Dublin’s most delicious vegan-friendly spots during the Vegan Dublin Food Tours.

This three hour jaunt will involve six pitstops at hip vegan-friendly joints where you’ll enjoy a smorgasbord of dishes including dessert, tea or coffee, while also stopping at a few interesting sites as you weave around the city with your fellow fruit and veggie-loving tour attendees.

Essentially, this will be a guide to exactly where those looking for a plant-based meal should be focusing their search - you’ll see the most innovative spots in the city as you walk up an appetite (1.8km, no less).

If you’re looking to eat your way around Dublin, stay hungry for this very special tour.

For more details

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stard +

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Address: Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust
16 June - Sunday 15 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
Vivienne Dick is an Irish artist who is synonymous with New York’s alternative art scene.

Since the 70s, Vivienne has made work marked by pop culture, feminism and politics; urgent and forceful, she has used video art and documentary to express herself.

Vivienne is considered one of the leading figures in the punk, avant garde/No Wave film-making movement and is widely considered now to be one of Ireland’s most important film-makers ever.

This exhibition will run concurrently with Nan Goldin’s, as they have been friends since the early days in New York and have even appeared in each other’s work. Independently, their work is awing, but in the same gallery? You will be stunned by the scope and power expressed by these trailblazing grand dames of punk art.

Admission Free

For more details

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown +

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

Leopardstown Racecourse
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Leopardstown Racecourse
Address: Leopardstown, , DUB, 18
Category: Concert / Live Music
Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

08 June - Thursday 17 August 2017
Venue: Leopardstown Racecourse
With a fantastic line-up of live gigs, great food and thrilling horse-racing, this year’s Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown series, promises a night out with a difference.

The Hothouse Flowers are a band shaped by over 30 years of performing live all over the world. This has led to their solid stage presence and compelling sound. See them Live at Leopardstown as they share the bill with many other fantastic Irish and international headliners including Irish indie outfit Ham Sandwich, Irish pop rockers Something Happens, legendary Manchester indie group Happy Mondays and much more.

For the perfect summer’s day out for the whole family, take your pick from these eight exceptional dates planned for the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Festival 2017

For more details

Freud Project, +

Freud Project, IMMA

Irish Museum of Modern Art
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Freud Project
21 - 21 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
50 works by Lucian Freud come to IMMA and are presented in a dedicated Freud centre in the stunning Garden Galleries. Regarded as one of the world’s greatest realist painters, Freud is renowned for his stunning portrayal of the human form.

Staff at IMMA are delighted to have secured this important long term loan which features the artist’s finest paintings as well as his personal etchings offering visitors the perfect insight into Lucian Freud interests and enduring artistic practice

For more details

Riverdance +

Riverdance comes home to Dublin

Gaiety
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Riverdance

comes home to Dublin
21st June – 3rd September 2017


“The original ….the best.”
The Irish Times



Tickets now on sale

Riverdance returns home to Dublin to the Gaiety Theatre from 21st June to 3rd September 2017.

For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. The worldwide phenomenon which is Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin and has continued to set new records in packed theatres and arenas throughout the world. www.riverdance.com


- Since 1995 Riverdance has played 11,500 performances and been seen live by over 25 million people in over 467 venues worldwide in 47 countries across 6 continents
- Travelled 750,000 miles (or to the moon and back and back again!)
- Played to a global television audience of 3 billion people
- Sold over 3 million copies of the Grammy Award-winning CD and 10 million Riverdance videos & DVD

See new footage from the Anniversary tour:
https://youtu.be/jizyqqdwjW4

CRITICAL PRAISE FOR Riverdance:

“As for the flaws? Well, there simply aren’t any. Here’s to another 20 years!” - EDINBURGH NEWS

“Riverdance is the No. 1 dance show of the world.” - SHENZHEN DAILY

“A family evening unlike anything else!” - THE TIMES OF LONDON

“Riverdance is as much a phenomenon as a show.” - NEW YORK POST

“An Irish phenomenon.” - PARISCOPE

“A show of superlatives.” - NEUES DEUTSCHLAND

“Entertainment doesn’t come much better than this.” - THE IRISH EXAMINER

“One of the most entertaining shows you will ever see.” - THE EVENING HERALD

“Dance does not often get so good.” - THE GUARDIAN

“The phenomenon rolls on! There will always be a Riverdance!” - THE NEW YORK TIMES

“The show is quite simply incredible. A phenomenon of historic proportions.” - THE WASHINGTON TIMES

“The sort of spectacle and experience that comes along once in a lifetime.” - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Triumphant! A perfect Gem.” - NEW YORK POST

For more details

Michelangelo +

Michelangelo: Life and Death, Light House Cinema

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Light House Cinema
Category: Film / Movie
Michelangelo: Life and Death
13 June - 27 August 2017
Venue: Light House Cinema
Michelangelo is currently the subject of an extensive new exhibition at the National Gallery in London, and this documentary has been made to coincide with the historical celebration of the infamous artist who was born nearly 550 years ago.

Famed for his pivotal role in the Renaissance, and famously patronised by the Florentine power family De Midici, Michelangelo was the Damien Hirst of his day, widely regarded and treated as a celebrity.

His canvas was sometimes a block of marble, and sometimes the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. He lived a long and productive life, dying at the age of 88, having revolutionised arts and culture alongside contemporaries like Leonardo da Vinci.

Learn about what really makes a renaissance man as the Light House Cinema screens this masterpiece.

For more details

An Óige, Annual Photograp +

An Ă“ige, Annual Photography Exhibition

National Botanic Gardens
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: National Botanic Gardens
Address: Glasnevin, , DUB, 9
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An Óige, Annual Photography Exhibition
Wednesday 21st - Sunday 2nd July
This Annual Photography Exhibition, now in its 79th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2017, including a section exploring the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery Space of the Visitor Centre

For more details

Tuesday 27 June, 2017 14 Events

Farmleigh House +

James Joyce In The Park An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House

Date: through .
Time: 10:15 am - 4:15 pm
Location: Farmleigh House
Address: Phoenix Park Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
James Joyce In The Park
An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House
Books on display from the Benjamin Iveagh Collection, Farmleigh House courtesy of the Governors and Guardians of Marsh's Library

19th May- 1st September 2017

The Oak Room- Farmleigh House

James Joyce (1882-1941) is one of the most influential writers of his era. His works have been the subject of worldwide scholarly scrutiny particularly the iconic work, Ulysses (1922). Although he spent the majority of his adult life abroad, Joyce's works are meticulously rooted in the topography of Dublin and in the Phoenix Park area in particular. In Finnegans Wake, The Dead and The Painful Case, The Phoenix Park and Chapelizod are central locations, whilst Joyce makes numerous allusions to Phoenix Park in Ulysses. He explained he's preoccupation with Dublin when he said "For myself I always write about Dublin, because if I can get to the heart of Dublin I can get to heart of all the cities of the world. In the particular is contained the universal".

This exhibition is free to attend and can be viewed as part of the guided tour of Farmleigh House. Free OPW guided tours run 7 days a week from 10.15am-4.15pm.

For more details

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro
Category: Comedy
Ireland A Survivor's Guide, The 5 star Tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show returns to the International bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs. Sketches include: History of Ireland in 7 minutes, How to chat up and Irish person, An interactive guide to hurling and many more. Fast,physical comedy suitable for all ages and all levels of English. Great lunchtime comedy theatre. Lunch deal available.

www.irelandasurvivorsguide.ie

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro / 8 euro online
Category: Theatre / Dance
5 Star Trip Adviser-rated Comedy sketch show returns to the International Bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people culture and customs using physical comedy ,crazy props and audience interaction. Tues to Fri

Booking

+

Dragons of Eden

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: MART Gallery
Address: MART Gallery, 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Category: Arts / Exhibits
‘Dragons of Eden’ - featuring work by Aoibheann Greenan and Terence Erraught - addresses mythological and real world societal challenges through installation, video and performance.

More Information

Futureproof +

Futureproof

Project Arts Centre
Date: through .
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Project Arts Centre
Address: 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, , DUB, 2
Category: Entertainment
The Everyman, in association with Cork Midsummer Festival and Project Arts Centre, presents
Futureproof
• 27 June 2017-01 July 2017 7.30pm
• Tickets €18-€20
Book early or pay more on the door!
Tickets will cost €2 more if you book within 2 hours to showtime
Meet the freaks of Riley’s Odditorium: Countess Marketa, an armless bearded lady; Tiny, the world’s fattest man; Millie and Lillie, the Siamese twins and Serena the mermaid. This travelling freak show is nearing the end of the road, with fewer and fewer people buying tickets to the show. Futureproof is about their quest to find the answer to the age old question of performance: how to give audiences what they want?
During its award-winning first run in Scotland in 2011, Futureproof asks us to think about the struggle for self-hood and bodily autonomy; a theme which continues to have relevance in Ireland today. The Everyman is thrilled to reunite writer Lynda Radley and director Tom Creed to give this magical play a stunning new production in its Irish premiére.
‘There are not enough stars for this utterly draw-you-in drama.’ *****Edinburghguide.com
‘Endearing, funny, finally sad, this is 90 minutes of rich wisdom about imagination, individuality and comradeship’ The Times
‘…strikes exactly the right note, namely that strangeness is not otherness.’ Financial Times

Written by Lynda Radley
Directed by Tom Creed.


Funders
Kindly supported by the Arts Council

The Everyman
The Everyman is one of the leading presenting and producing theatres in Ireland and is a vibrant cultural hub for the people of Cork. We aspire to be a beacon of inspirational storytelling and performance, to provide experiences which have the power to alter perspectives and make the heart beat a little bit faster.

For more details

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bic +

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dun Laoghaire Harbour
Address: Dun Laoghaire
Category: Festival
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary
01 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Dún Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire Harbour has been a place where relatives have waved off ships of emigrants, and where cruises have stopped off, heaving with eager tourists.

It has long has been a place of industry, tourism, and as its uses have changed, it has undergone facelifts, from rudimentary harbour to a modern hive of activity.

This festival will celebrate two hundred years of Dún Laoghaire harbour with history talks, contemporary art exhibitions, and even a live recording of the RTÉ Sunday Miscellany boasting stories, songs, and spoken word.

A highlight is sure to be the Dún Laoghaire Historical Society Exhibition as it explores the lives of the seaside townspeople and how they lived.

Children can enjoy workshops, and everyone is welcome to feast at the International Harbour Food Festival. Watch sailing boats bob on the horizon or perhaps tour the harbour with a knowledgable guide... whether it's music, history or sport you're into, you'll find something to love at the Dún Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary.

For more details

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival +

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Bars and Venues Nationwide Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Festival
Irish Gin and Tonic Festival
5 June - Saturday 1 July 2017
Venue: Bars and Venues Nationwide
Dublin
The Irish Gin and Tonic Festival is determined that as many people up and down the country get to taste the very best in Irish artisan spirit making via the humble gin and tonic.

The gin and tonic was once the drink of choice for unsavoury types in Charles Dickens' London, but in recent years it has become the chic drink of choice - move over, cosmopolitan.

This festival invites bars, restaurants and venues all over Ireland to show off some of the nation's most exciting gins and tonics, in order to support local industry.

You'll have the chance to sample some exemplary gins, like Bertha's Revenge, a sweet and milky gin named for Bertha, the heifer who gave it her name. Gunpowder gin from a shed in Drumshanbo will, quite honestly, set off fireworks on your palate. Of course, there will be just as much attention paid to the tonic - whether you're an alcohol drinker or not, Poacher's Tonic from cocktail maestro Oisin Davis has all the refined and subtle taste with none of the alcohol percentage.

For more details

Vegan Dublin Food Tours +

Vegan Dublin Food Tours

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Exchequer Street
Address: Dublin
Category: Food Special
Vegan Dublin Food Tours
0 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Exchequer Street
The plant-based diet is one that’s really taking off as people become more conscious of their health, the environment and animal welfare. Whether you’re a full or part-time herbivore, enjoy this tour of some of Dublin’s most delicious vegan-friendly spots during the Vegan Dublin Food Tours.

This three hour jaunt will involve six pitstops at hip vegan-friendly joints where you’ll enjoy a smorgasbord of dishes including dessert, tea or coffee, while also stopping at a few interesting sites as you weave around the city with your fellow fruit and veggie-loving tour attendees.

Essentially, this will be a guide to exactly where those looking for a plant-based meal should be focusing their search - you’ll see the most innovative spots in the city as you walk up an appetite (1.8km, no less).

If you’re looking to eat your way around Dublin, stay hungry for this very special tour.

For more details

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stard +

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Address: Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust
16 June - Sunday 15 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
Vivienne Dick is an Irish artist who is synonymous with New York’s alternative art scene.

Since the 70s, Vivienne has made work marked by pop culture, feminism and politics; urgent and forceful, she has used video art and documentary to express herself.

Vivienne is considered one of the leading figures in the punk, avant garde/No Wave film-making movement and is widely considered now to be one of Ireland’s most important film-makers ever.

This exhibition will run concurrently with Nan Goldin’s, as they have been friends since the early days in New York and have even appeared in each other’s work. Independently, their work is awing, but in the same gallery? You will be stunned by the scope and power expressed by these trailblazing grand dames of punk art.

Admission Free

For more details

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown +

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

Leopardstown Racecourse
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Leopardstown Racecourse
Address: Leopardstown, , DUB, 18
Category: Concert / Live Music
Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

08 June - Thursday 17 August 2017
Venue: Leopardstown Racecourse
With a fantastic line-up of live gigs, great food and thrilling horse-racing, this year’s Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown series, promises a night out with a difference.

The Hothouse Flowers are a band shaped by over 30 years of performing live all over the world. This has led to their solid stage presence and compelling sound. See them Live at Leopardstown as they share the bill with many other fantastic Irish and international headliners including Irish indie outfit Ham Sandwich, Irish pop rockers Something Happens, legendary Manchester indie group Happy Mondays and much more.

For the perfect summer’s day out for the whole family, take your pick from these eight exceptional dates planned for the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Festival 2017

For more details

Freud Project, +

Freud Project, IMMA

Irish Museum of Modern Art
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Freud Project
21 - 21 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
50 works by Lucian Freud come to IMMA and are presented in a dedicated Freud centre in the stunning Garden Galleries. Regarded as one of the world’s greatest realist painters, Freud is renowned for his stunning portrayal of the human form.

Staff at IMMA are delighted to have secured this important long term loan which features the artist’s finest paintings as well as his personal etchings offering visitors the perfect insight into Lucian Freud interests and enduring artistic practice

For more details

Riverdance +

Riverdance comes home to Dublin

Gaiety
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Riverdance

comes home to Dublin
21st June – 3rd September 2017


“The original ….the best.”
The Irish Times



Tickets now on sale

Riverdance returns home to Dublin to the Gaiety Theatre from 21st June to 3rd September 2017.

For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. The worldwide phenomenon which is Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin and has continued to set new records in packed theatres and arenas throughout the world. www.riverdance.com


- Since 1995 Riverdance has played 11,500 performances and been seen live by over 25 million people in over 467 venues worldwide in 47 countries across 6 continents
- Travelled 750,000 miles (or to the moon and back and back again!)
- Played to a global television audience of 3 billion people
- Sold over 3 million copies of the Grammy Award-winning CD and 10 million Riverdance videos & DVD

See new footage from the Anniversary tour:
https://youtu.be/jizyqqdwjW4

CRITICAL PRAISE FOR Riverdance:

“As for the flaws? Well, there simply aren’t any. Here’s to another 20 years!” - EDINBURGH NEWS

“Riverdance is the No. 1 dance show of the world.” - SHENZHEN DAILY

“A family evening unlike anything else!” - THE TIMES OF LONDON

“Riverdance is as much a phenomenon as a show.” - NEW YORK POST

“An Irish phenomenon.” - PARISCOPE

“A show of superlatives.” - NEUES DEUTSCHLAND

“Entertainment doesn’t come much better than this.” - THE IRISH EXAMINER

“One of the most entertaining shows you will ever see.” - THE EVENING HERALD

“Dance does not often get so good.” - THE GUARDIAN

“The phenomenon rolls on! There will always be a Riverdance!” - THE NEW YORK TIMES

“The show is quite simply incredible. A phenomenon of historic proportions.” - THE WASHINGTON TIMES

“The sort of spectacle and experience that comes along once in a lifetime.” - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Triumphant! A perfect Gem.” - NEW YORK POST

For more details

Michelangelo +

Michelangelo: Life and Death, Light House Cinema

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Light House Cinema
Category: Film / Movie
Michelangelo: Life and Death
13 June - 27 August 2017
Venue: Light House Cinema
Michelangelo is currently the subject of an extensive new exhibition at the National Gallery in London, and this documentary has been made to coincide with the historical celebration of the infamous artist who was born nearly 550 years ago.

Famed for his pivotal role in the Renaissance, and famously patronised by the Florentine power family De Midici, Michelangelo was the Damien Hirst of his day, widely regarded and treated as a celebrity.

His canvas was sometimes a block of marble, and sometimes the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. He lived a long and productive life, dying at the age of 88, having revolutionised arts and culture alongside contemporaries like Leonardo da Vinci.

Learn about what really makes a renaissance man as the Light House Cinema screens this masterpiece.

For more details

An Óige, Annual Photograp +

An Ă“ige, Annual Photography Exhibition

National Botanic Gardens
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: National Botanic Gardens
Address: Glasnevin, , DUB, 9
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An Óige, Annual Photography Exhibition
Wednesday 21st - Sunday 2nd July
This Annual Photography Exhibition, now in its 79th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2017, including a section exploring the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery Space of the Visitor Centre

For more details

Wednesday 28 June, 2017 18 Events

Farmleigh House +

James Joyce In The Park An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House

Date: through .
Time: 10:15 am - 4:15 pm
Location: Farmleigh House
Address: Phoenix Park Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
James Joyce In The Park
An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House
Books on display from the Benjamin Iveagh Collection, Farmleigh House courtesy of the Governors and Guardians of Marsh's Library

19th May- 1st September 2017

The Oak Room- Farmleigh House

James Joyce (1882-1941) is one of the most influential writers of his era. His works have been the subject of worldwide scholarly scrutiny particularly the iconic work, Ulysses (1922). Although he spent the majority of his adult life abroad, Joyce's works are meticulously rooted in the topography of Dublin and in the Phoenix Park area in particular. In Finnegans Wake, The Dead and The Painful Case, The Phoenix Park and Chapelizod are central locations, whilst Joyce makes numerous allusions to Phoenix Park in Ulysses. He explained he's preoccupation with Dublin when he said "For myself I always write about Dublin, because if I can get to the heart of Dublin I can get to heart of all the cities of the world. In the particular is contained the universal".

This exhibition is free to attend and can be viewed as part of the guided tour of Farmleigh House. Free OPW guided tours run 7 days a week from 10.15am-4.15pm.

For more details

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro
Category: Comedy
Ireland A Survivor's Guide, The 5 star Tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show returns to the International bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs. Sketches include: History of Ireland in 7 minutes, How to chat up and Irish person, An interactive guide to hurling and many more. Fast,physical comedy suitable for all ages and all levels of English. Great lunchtime comedy theatre. Lunch deal available.

www.irelandasurvivorsguide.ie

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro / 8 euro online
Category: Theatre / Dance
5 Star Trip Adviser-rated Comedy sketch show returns to the International Bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people culture and customs using physical comedy ,crazy props and audience interaction. Tues to Fri

Booking

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Dragons of Eden

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: MART Gallery
Address: MART Gallery, 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Category: Arts / Exhibits
‘Dragons of Eden’ - featuring work by Aoibheann Greenan and Terence Erraught - addresses mythological and real world societal challenges through installation, video and performance.

More Information

+

Slide Step The Dublin Show

Date:
Time: 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Location: Number Twenty Two
Address: 22 South Anne Street, Dublin 2
Price: 25.00 - 55.00
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Irish music dance and performance

https://www.eventbrite.ie

Futureproof +

Futureproof

Project Arts Centre
Date: through .
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Project Arts Centre
Address: 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, , DUB, 2
Category: Entertainment
The Everyman, in association with Cork Midsummer Festival and Project Arts Centre, presents
Futureproof
• 27 June 2017-01 July 2017 7.30pm
• Tickets €18-€20
Book early or pay more on the door!
Tickets will cost €2 more if you book within 2 hours to showtime
Meet the freaks of Riley’s Odditorium: Countess Marketa, an armless bearded lady; Tiny, the world’s fattest man; Millie and Lillie, the Siamese twins and Serena the mermaid. This travelling freak show is nearing the end of the road, with fewer and fewer people buying tickets to the show. Futureproof is about their quest to find the answer to the age old question of performance: how to give audiences what they want?
During its award-winning first run in Scotland in 2011, Futureproof asks us to think about the struggle for self-hood and bodily autonomy; a theme which continues to have relevance in Ireland today. The Everyman is thrilled to reunite writer Lynda Radley and director Tom Creed to give this magical play a stunning new production in its Irish premiére.
‘There are not enough stars for this utterly draw-you-in drama.’ *****Edinburghguide.com
‘Endearing, funny, finally sad, this is 90 minutes of rich wisdom about imagination, individuality and comradeship’ The Times
‘…strikes exactly the right note, namely that strangeness is not otherness.’ Financial Times

Written by Lynda Radley
Directed by Tom Creed.


Funders
Kindly supported by the Arts Council

The Everyman
The Everyman is one of the leading presenting and producing theatres in Ireland and is a vibrant cultural hub for the people of Cork. We aspire to be a beacon of inspirational storytelling and performance, to provide experiences which have the power to alter perspectives and make the heart beat a little bit faster.

For more details

+

Unhinged Comedy Club on Wednesday

Date:
Time: 9:00 pm - 11:15 pm
Location: The Ha'penny Bridge Inn
Price: 8
Category: Comedy
Unhinged Comedy Club runs every Wednesday and Sunday in The Ha'penny Bridge Inn. Top class laughs provided, along with loads of laughs.Laughter will be flying! Doors 9pm. Mention 360dublincity.com and get in for a discounted price of 6euro.

http://conmcflynn.com/clubs/unhinged-comedy-club-dublin

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Unhinged Comedy Club on Wednesday

Date:
Time: 9:00 pm - 11:15 pm
Location: The Ha'penny Bridge Inn
Price: 8
Category: Comedy
Unhinged Comedy Club runs every Wednesday and Sunday in The Ha'penny Bridge Inn. Top class laughs provided, along with loads of laughs.Laughter will be flying! Doors 9pm. Mention 360dublincity.com and get in for a discounted price of 6euro.

http://conmcflynn.com/clubs/unhinged-comedy-club-dublin

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bic +

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dun Laoghaire Harbour
Address: Dun Laoghaire
Category: Festival
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary
01 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Dún Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire Harbour has been a place where relatives have waved off ships of emigrants, and where cruises have stopped off, heaving with eager tourists.

It has long has been a place of industry, tourism, and as its uses have changed, it has undergone facelifts, from rudimentary harbour to a modern hive of activity.

This festival will celebrate two hundred years of Dún Laoghaire harbour with history talks, contemporary art exhibitions, and even a live recording of the RTÉ Sunday Miscellany boasting stories, songs, and spoken word.

A highlight is sure to be the Dún Laoghaire Historical Society Exhibition as it explores the lives of the seaside townspeople and how they lived.

Children can enjoy workshops, and everyone is welcome to feast at the International Harbour Food Festival. Watch sailing boats bob on the horizon or perhaps tour the harbour with a knowledgable guide... whether it's music, history or sport you're into, you'll find something to love at the Dún Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary.

For more details

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival +

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Bars and Venues Nationwide Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Festival
Irish Gin and Tonic Festival
5 June - Saturday 1 July 2017
Venue: Bars and Venues Nationwide
Dublin
The Irish Gin and Tonic Festival is determined that as many people up and down the country get to taste the very best in Irish artisan spirit making via the humble gin and tonic.

The gin and tonic was once the drink of choice for unsavoury types in Charles Dickens' London, but in recent years it has become the chic drink of choice - move over, cosmopolitan.

This festival invites bars, restaurants and venues all over Ireland to show off some of the nation's most exciting gins and tonics, in order to support local industry.

You'll have the chance to sample some exemplary gins, like Bertha's Revenge, a sweet and milky gin named for Bertha, the heifer who gave it her name. Gunpowder gin from a shed in Drumshanbo will, quite honestly, set off fireworks on your palate. Of course, there will be just as much attention paid to the tonic - whether you're an alcohol drinker or not, Poacher's Tonic from cocktail maestro Oisin Davis has all the refined and subtle taste with none of the alcohol percentage.

For more details

Vegan Dublin Food Tours +

Vegan Dublin Food Tours

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Exchequer Street
Address: Dublin
Category: Food Special
Vegan Dublin Food Tours
0 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Exchequer Street
The plant-based diet is one that’s really taking off as people become more conscious of their health, the environment and animal welfare. Whether you’re a full or part-time herbivore, enjoy this tour of some of Dublin’s most delicious vegan-friendly spots during the Vegan Dublin Food Tours.

This three hour jaunt will involve six pitstops at hip vegan-friendly joints where you’ll enjoy a smorgasbord of dishes including dessert, tea or coffee, while also stopping at a few interesting sites as you weave around the city with your fellow fruit and veggie-loving tour attendees.

Essentially, this will be a guide to exactly where those looking for a plant-based meal should be focusing their search - you’ll see the most innovative spots in the city as you walk up an appetite (1.8km, no less).

If you’re looking to eat your way around Dublin, stay hungry for this very special tour.

For more details

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stard +

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Address: Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust
16 June - Sunday 15 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
Vivienne Dick is an Irish artist who is synonymous with New York’s alternative art scene.

Since the 70s, Vivienne has made work marked by pop culture, feminism and politics; urgent and forceful, she has used video art and documentary to express herself.

Vivienne is considered one of the leading figures in the punk, avant garde/No Wave film-making movement and is widely considered now to be one of Ireland’s most important film-makers ever.

This exhibition will run concurrently with Nan Goldin’s, as they have been friends since the early days in New York and have even appeared in each other’s work. Independently, their work is awing, but in the same gallery? You will be stunned by the scope and power expressed by these trailblazing grand dames of punk art.

Admission Free

For more details

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown +

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

Leopardstown Racecourse
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Leopardstown Racecourse
Address: Leopardstown, , DUB, 18
Category: Concert / Live Music
Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

08 June - Thursday 17 August 2017
Venue: Leopardstown Racecourse
With a fantastic line-up of live gigs, great food and thrilling horse-racing, this year’s Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown series, promises a night out with a difference.

The Hothouse Flowers are a band shaped by over 30 years of performing live all over the world. This has led to their solid stage presence and compelling sound. See them Live at Leopardstown as they share the bill with many other fantastic Irish and international headliners including Irish indie outfit Ham Sandwich, Irish pop rockers Something Happens, legendary Manchester indie group Happy Mondays and much more.

For the perfect summer’s day out for the whole family, take your pick from these eight exceptional dates planned for the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Festival 2017

For more details

Freud Project, +

Freud Project, IMMA

Irish Museum of Modern Art
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Freud Project
21 - 21 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
50 works by Lucian Freud come to IMMA and are presented in a dedicated Freud centre in the stunning Garden Galleries. Regarded as one of the world’s greatest realist painters, Freud is renowned for his stunning portrayal of the human form.

Staff at IMMA are delighted to have secured this important long term loan which features the artist’s finest paintings as well as his personal etchings offering visitors the perfect insight into Lucian Freud interests and enduring artistic practice

For more details

Riverdance +

Riverdance comes home to Dublin

Gaiety
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Riverdance

comes home to Dublin
21st June – 3rd September 2017


“The original ….the best.”
The Irish Times



Tickets now on sale

Riverdance returns home to Dublin to the Gaiety Theatre from 21st June to 3rd September 2017.

For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. The worldwide phenomenon which is Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin and has continued to set new records in packed theatres and arenas throughout the world. www.riverdance.com


- Since 1995 Riverdance has played 11,500 performances and been seen live by over 25 million people in over 467 venues worldwide in 47 countries across 6 continents
- Travelled 750,000 miles (or to the moon and back and back again!)
- Played to a global television audience of 3 billion people
- Sold over 3 million copies of the Grammy Award-winning CD and 10 million Riverdance videos & DVD

See new footage from the Anniversary tour:
https://youtu.be/jizyqqdwjW4

CRITICAL PRAISE FOR Riverdance:

“As for the flaws? Well, there simply aren’t any. Here’s to another 20 years!” - EDINBURGH NEWS

“Riverdance is the No. 1 dance show of the world.” - SHENZHEN DAILY

“A family evening unlike anything else!” - THE TIMES OF LONDON

“Riverdance is as much a phenomenon as a show.” - NEW YORK POST

“An Irish phenomenon.” - PARISCOPE

“A show of superlatives.” - NEUES DEUTSCHLAND

“Entertainment doesn’t come much better than this.” - THE IRISH EXAMINER

“One of the most entertaining shows you will ever see.” - THE EVENING HERALD

“Dance does not often get so good.” - THE GUARDIAN

“The phenomenon rolls on! There will always be a Riverdance!” - THE NEW YORK TIMES

“The show is quite simply incredible. A phenomenon of historic proportions.” - THE WASHINGTON TIMES

“The sort of spectacle and experience that comes along once in a lifetime.” - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Triumphant! A perfect Gem.” - NEW YORK POST

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Michelangelo +

Michelangelo: Life and Death, Light House Cinema

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Light House Cinema
Category: Film / Movie
Michelangelo: Life and Death
13 June - 27 August 2017
Venue: Light House Cinema
Michelangelo is currently the subject of an extensive new exhibition at the National Gallery in London, and this documentary has been made to coincide with the historical celebration of the infamous artist who was born nearly 550 years ago.

Famed for his pivotal role in the Renaissance, and famously patronised by the Florentine power family De Midici, Michelangelo was the Damien Hirst of his day, widely regarded and treated as a celebrity.

His canvas was sometimes a block of marble, and sometimes the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. He lived a long and productive life, dying at the age of 88, having revolutionised arts and culture alongside contemporaries like Leonardo da Vinci.

Learn about what really makes a renaissance man as the Light House Cinema screens this masterpiece.

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Otello +

Otello, Light House Cinema

Date:
Time: Times Vary
Location: Light House Cinema
Category: Entertainment
Otello
Wednesday 28 June 2017
Venue: Light House Cinema
Immerse yourself in the work of a master, where jealousy, deception, love, and murder are in the very air you breathe. World-famous tenor Jonas Kaufmann debuts as Otello in this passionate retelling of Shakespeare's classic.

A conspiracy to kill Cassio bubbles beneath the surface. When Cassio tells Iago he thinks Roderigo is out to get him, Iago stabs Roderigo, then places the blame on Bianca. Meanwhile, the fate of poor Desdemona unfolds before our eyes as Otello chokes the life from her throat. Emilia, arriving on the grisly scene, is comforted when Otello lies and tells her that Desdemona had arrived with adulterous plans.

Witness the drama and high-wire tension as the truth becomes twisted, unrecognisable, buried beneath layers of duplicity.

Soprano Maria Agresta stars as the ill-fated Desdemona, and baritone Ludovic Tézier takes on Iago in this new production by Olivier Award-winning director Keith Warner

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An Óige, Annual Photograp +

An Ă“ige, Annual Photography Exhibition

National Botanic Gardens
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: National Botanic Gardens
Address: Glasnevin, , DUB, 9
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An Óige, Annual Photography Exhibition
Wednesday 21st - Sunday 2nd July
This Annual Photography Exhibition, now in its 79th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2017, including a section exploring the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery Space of the Visitor Centre

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Thursday 29 June, 2017 14 Events

Farmleigh House +

James Joyce In The Park An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House

Date: through .
Time: 10:15 am - 4:15 pm
Location: Farmleigh House
Address: Phoenix Park Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
James Joyce In The Park
An Exhibition of Rare Books in Farmleigh House
Books on display from the Benjamin Iveagh Collection, Farmleigh House courtesy of the Governors and Guardians of Marsh's Library

19th May- 1st September 2017

The Oak Room- Farmleigh House

James Joyce (1882-1941) is one of the most influential writers of his era. His works have been the subject of worldwide scholarly scrutiny particularly the iconic work, Ulysses (1922). Although he spent the majority of his adult life abroad, Joyce's works are meticulously rooted in the topography of Dublin and in the Phoenix Park area in particular. In Finnegans Wake, The Dead and The Painful Case, The Phoenix Park and Chapelizod are central locations, whilst Joyce makes numerous allusions to Phoenix Park in Ulysses. He explained he's preoccupation with Dublin when he said "For myself I always write about Dublin, because if I can get to the heart of Dublin I can get to heart of all the cities of the world. In the particular is contained the universal".

This exhibition is free to attend and can be viewed as part of the guided tour of Farmleigh House. Free OPW guided tours run 7 days a week from 10.15am-4.15pm.

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro
Category: Comedy
Ireland A Survivor's Guide, The 5 star Tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show returns to the International bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs. Sketches include: History of Ireland in 7 minutes, How to chat up and Irish person, An interactive guide to hurling and many more. Fast,physical comedy suitable for all ages and all levels of English. Great lunchtime comedy theatre. Lunch deal available.

www.irelandasurvivorsguide.ie

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Ireland:A Survivor's Guide

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Location: International Bar
Address: Wicklow Street
Price: 10 euro / 8 euro online
Category: Theatre / Dance
5 Star Trip Adviser-rated Comedy sketch show returns to the International Bar. A rollercoaster guide to Irish people culture and customs using physical comedy ,crazy props and audience interaction. Tues to Fri

Booking

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Dragons of Eden

Date: through .
Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: MART Gallery
Address: MART Gallery, 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Category: Arts / Exhibits
‘Dragons of Eden’ - featuring work by Aoibheann Greenan and Terence Erraught - addresses mythological and real world societal challenges through installation, video and performance.

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Futureproof +

Futureproof

Project Arts Centre
Date: through .
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Project Arts Centre
Address: 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, , DUB, 2
Category: Entertainment
The Everyman, in association with Cork Midsummer Festival and Project Arts Centre, presents
Futureproof
• 27 June 2017-01 July 2017 7.30pm
• Tickets €18-€20
Book early or pay more on the door!
Tickets will cost €2 more if you book within 2 hours to showtime
Meet the freaks of Riley’s Odditorium: Countess Marketa, an armless bearded lady; Tiny, the world’s fattest man; Millie and Lillie, the Siamese twins and Serena the mermaid. This travelling freak show is nearing the end of the road, with fewer and fewer people buying tickets to the show. Futureproof is about their quest to find the answer to the age old question of performance: how to give audiences what they want?
During its award-winning first run in Scotland in 2011, Futureproof asks us to think about the struggle for self-hood and bodily autonomy; a theme which continues to have relevance in Ireland today. The Everyman is thrilled to reunite writer Lynda Radley and director Tom Creed to give this magical play a stunning new production in its Irish premiére.
‘There are not enough stars for this utterly draw-you-in drama.’ *****Edinburghguide.com
‘Endearing, funny, finally sad, this is 90 minutes of rich wisdom about imagination, individuality and comradeship’ The Times
‘…strikes exactly the right note, namely that strangeness is not otherness.’ Financial Times

Written by Lynda Radley
Directed by Tom Creed.


Funders
Kindly supported by the Arts Council

The Everyman
The Everyman is one of the leading presenting and producing theatres in Ireland and is a vibrant cultural hub for the people of Cork. We aspire to be a beacon of inspirational storytelling and performance, to provide experiences which have the power to alter perspectives and make the heart beat a little bit faster.

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Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bic +

Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dun Laoghaire Harbour
Address: Dun Laoghaire
Category: Festival
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary
01 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Dún Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire Harbour has been a place where relatives have waved off ships of emigrants, and where cruises have stopped off, heaving with eager tourists.

It has long has been a place of industry, tourism, and as its uses have changed, it has undergone facelifts, from rudimentary harbour to a modern hive of activity.

This festival will celebrate two hundred years of Dún Laoghaire harbour with history talks, contemporary art exhibitions, and even a live recording of the RTÉ Sunday Miscellany boasting stories, songs, and spoken word.

A highlight is sure to be the Dún Laoghaire Historical Society Exhibition as it explores the lives of the seaside townspeople and how they lived.

Children can enjoy workshops, and everyone is welcome to feast at the International Harbour Food Festival. Watch sailing boats bob on the horizon or perhaps tour the harbour with a knowledgable guide... whether it's music, history or sport you're into, you'll find something to love at the Dún Laoghaire Harbour Bicentenary.

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Irish Gin and Tonic Festival +

Irish Gin and Tonic Festival

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Bars and Venues Nationwide Dublin
Address: Dublin
Category: Festival
Irish Gin and Tonic Festival
5 June - Saturday 1 July 2017
Venue: Bars and Venues Nationwide
Dublin
The Irish Gin and Tonic Festival is determined that as many people up and down the country get to taste the very best in Irish artisan spirit making via the humble gin and tonic.

The gin and tonic was once the drink of choice for unsavoury types in Charles Dickens' London, but in recent years it has become the chic drink of choice - move over, cosmopolitan.

This festival invites bars, restaurants and venues all over Ireland to show off some of the nation's most exciting gins and tonics, in order to support local industry.

You'll have the chance to sample some exemplary gins, like Bertha's Revenge, a sweet and milky gin named for Bertha, the heifer who gave it her name. Gunpowder gin from a shed in Drumshanbo will, quite honestly, set off fireworks on your palate. Of course, there will be just as much attention paid to the tonic - whether you're an alcohol drinker or not, Poacher's Tonic from cocktail maestro Oisin Davis has all the refined and subtle taste with none of the alcohol percentage.

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Vegan Dublin Food Tours +

Vegan Dublin Food Tours

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Exchequer Street
Address: Dublin
Category: Food Special
Vegan Dublin Food Tours
0 May - Tuesday 31 October 2017
Venue: Exchequer Street
The plant-based diet is one that’s really taking off as people become more conscious of their health, the environment and animal welfare. Whether you’re a full or part-time herbivore, enjoy this tour of some of Dublin’s most delicious vegan-friendly spots during the Vegan Dublin Food Tours.

This three hour jaunt will involve six pitstops at hip vegan-friendly joints where you’ll enjoy a smorgasbord of dishes including dessert, tea or coffee, while also stopping at a few interesting sites as you weave around the city with your fellow fruit and veggie-loving tour attendees.

Essentially, this will be a guide to exactly where those looking for a plant-based meal should be focusing their search - you’ll see the most innovative spots in the city as you walk up an appetite (1.8km, no less).

If you’re looking to eat your way around Dublin, stay hungry for this very special tour.

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Vivienne Dick - 93% Stard +

Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Address: Dublin
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Vivienne Dick - 93% Stardust
16 June - Sunday 15 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
Vivienne Dick is an Irish artist who is synonymous with New York’s alternative art scene.

Since the 70s, Vivienne has made work marked by pop culture, feminism and politics; urgent and forceful, she has used video art and documentary to express herself.

Vivienne is considered one of the leading figures in the punk, avant garde/No Wave film-making movement and is widely considered now to be one of Ireland’s most important film-makers ever.

This exhibition will run concurrently with Nan Goldin’s, as they have been friends since the early days in New York and have even appeared in each other’s work. Independently, their work is awing, but in the same gallery? You will be stunned by the scope and power expressed by these trailblazing grand dames of punk art.

Admission Free

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Bulmers Live at Leopardstown +

Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

Leopardstown Racecourse
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Leopardstown Racecourse
Address: Leopardstown, , DUB, 18
Category: Concert / Live Music
Bulmers Live at Leopardstown

08 June - Thursday 17 August 2017
Venue: Leopardstown Racecourse
With a fantastic line-up of live gigs, great food and thrilling horse-racing, this year’s Bulmer’s Live at Leopardstown series, promises a night out with a difference.

The Hothouse Flowers are a band shaped by over 30 years of performing live all over the world. This has led to their solid stage presence and compelling sound. See them Live at Leopardstown as they share the bill with many other fantastic Irish and international headliners including Irish indie outfit Ham Sandwich, Irish pop rockers Something Happens, legendary Manchester indie group Happy Mondays and much more.

For the perfect summer’s day out for the whole family, take your pick from these eight exceptional dates planned for the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Festival 2017

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Freud Project, +

Freud Project, IMMA

Irish Museum of Modern Art
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: IMMA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Freud Project
21 - 21 October 2017
Venue: IMMA
50 works by Lucian Freud come to IMMA and are presented in a dedicated Freud centre in the stunning Garden Galleries. Regarded as one of the world’s greatest realist painters, Freud is renowned for his stunning portrayal of the human form.

Staff at IMMA are delighted to have secured this important long term loan which features the artist’s finest paintings as well as his personal etchings offering visitors the perfect insight into Lucian Freud interests and enduring artistic practice

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Riverdance +

Riverdance comes home to Dublin

Gaiety
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
Category: Theatre / Dance
Riverdance

comes home to Dublin
21st June – 3rd September 2017


“The original ….the best.”
The Irish Times



Tickets now on sale

Riverdance returns home to Dublin to the Gaiety Theatre from 21st June to 3rd September 2017.

For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. The worldwide phenomenon which is Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin and has continued to set new records in packed theatres and arenas throughout the world. www.riverdance.com


- Since 1995 Riverdance has played 11,500 performances and been seen live by over 25 million people in over 467 venues worldwide in 47 countries across 6 continents
- Travelled 750,000 miles (or to the moon and back and back again!)
- Played to a global television audience of 3 billion people
- Sold over 3 million copies of the Grammy Award-winning CD and 10 million Riverdance videos & DVD

See new footage from the Anniversary tour:
https://youtu.be/jizyqqdwjW4

CRITICAL PRAISE FOR Riverdance:

“As for the flaws? Well, there simply aren’t any. Here’s to another 20 years!” - EDINBURGH NEWS

“Riverdance is the No. 1 dance show of the world.” - SHENZHEN DAILY

“A family evening unlike anything else!” - THE TIMES OF LONDON

“Riverdance is as much a phenomenon as a show.” - NEW YORK POST

“An Irish phenomenon.” - PARISCOPE

“A show of superlatives.” - NEUES DEUTSCHLAND

“Entertainment doesn’t come much better than this.” - THE IRISH EXAMINER

“One of the most entertaining shows you will ever see.” - THE EVENING HERALD

“Dance does not often get so good.” - THE GUARDIAN

“The phenomenon rolls on! There will always be a Riverdance!” - THE NEW YORK TIMES

“The show is quite simply incredible. A phenomenon of historic proportions.” - THE WASHINGTON TIMES

“The sort of spectacle and experience that comes along once in a lifetime.” - THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Triumphant! A perfect Gem.” - NEW YORK POST

For more details

Michelangelo +

Michelangelo: Life and Death, Light House Cinema

Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: Light House Cinema
Category: Film / Movie
Michelangelo: Life and Death
13 June - 27 August 2017
Venue: Light House Cinema
Michelangelo is currently the subject of an extensive new exhibition at the National Gallery in London, and this documentary has been made to coincide with the historical celebration of the infamous artist who was born nearly 550 years ago.

Famed for his pivotal role in the Renaissance, and famously patronised by the Florentine power family De Midici, Michelangelo was the Damien Hirst of his day, widely regarded and treated as a celebrity.

His canvas was sometimes a block of marble, and sometimes the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. He lived a long and productive life, dying at the age of 88, having revolutionised arts and culture alongside contemporaries like Leonardo da Vinci.

Learn about what really makes a renaissance man as the Light House Cinema screens this masterpiece.

For more details

An Óige, Annual Photograp +

An Ă“ige, Annual Photography Exhibition

National Botanic Gardens
Date: through .
Time: Times Vary
Location: National Botanic Gardens
Address: Glasnevin, , DUB, 9
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An Óige, Annual Photography Exhibition
Wednesday 21st - Sunday 2nd July
This Annual Photography Exhibition, now in its 79th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2017, including a section exploring the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery Space of the Visitor Centre

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