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Monday 18 November, 2019 to Friday 22 November, 2019

Monday 18 November, 2019 6 Events

Cervantes Dublin Choir. Third Session

Date: Event occurs every Monday of every month.
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Instituto Cervantes Dublin
Address: Lincoln House. D2
Price: 80
Category: Cultural
The choir continues its activity in Spanish invoking the new season with their singing! The group will once more be singing everything from traditional melodies to medieval pieces and modern pop songs. Rehearsals focus on applying vocal technique, learning through Spanish, meeting new friends, and - most importantly - having fun!
The choir is directed by singer and voice coach Donal Kearney. Kearney has worked with musicians of all ages across Ireland and the UK, and his experience with ANUNA's international Education programme includes tours to Canada 2013, Japan 2014, the Netherlands 2014, China 2015, and USA 2015.

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Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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Visit Dublin/Events

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

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

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

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

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

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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Dundrum On Ice

Dundrum On Ice Date: Tuesday 29 October, 2019 through Sunday 12 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: :Dundrum Town Centre
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dundrum Town Centre, Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th January

Dundrum On Ice – Dublin's best ice skating venue in Dundrum Town Centre returns for 2019.

500m2 of crisp, white ice in a great new location in Dundrum South to get you skating from Halloween till the New Year. Ice Skating on real ice in Dundrum Town Centre every Winter since 2009. This year the rink is located in Building 5 over the Red Car Park just off the Sandyford Road, or take the Luas exit, beside Boots, on Level 2 from inside the centre. The rink will be open from October 25th right up to January 12th 2020.

Date:Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th JanuaryTime:Mon-Fri: 3:00pm - 9.00pm | Sat-Sun: 10:00am - 7.00pmPrice:€14+Address:Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo

Date: Friday 1 November, 2019 through Sunday 5 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dublin Zoo
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dublin Zoo, Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th January

Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo – Stories, Myths & Legends.

The spectacular night-time experience is back and it's like nothing you've seen before! Showcasing a brand new theme – Stories, Myths and Legends. With magical scenes from well-known stories like – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Jungle Book… to best-loved nursery rhymes and characters from Irish Mythology – all brought to life by dazzling, giant colourful silk lanterns! See over a thousand breath-taking, illuminated lanterns transform Dublin Zoo into an enchanted wonderland as darkness falls. Along the way, enjoy the live Chinese performers before visiting the food and drink stalls for some tasty and warming treats!

Booking information
November: Thursday – Sunday.
December: Monday – Sunday.
January: Wednesday – Sunday.
Last Admission: 8.00pm.
Under 3s go free. Children and visitors under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Date:Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th JanuaryTime:5.00pm - 9.00pmPrice:€12 - €20Address:Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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The 2019 IFI French Film Festival

Date: Wednesday 13 November, 2019 through Sunday 24 November, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Irish Film Institute
Address: Dublin
Category: Film / Movie
Irish Film Institute, Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th November

The 2019 IFI French Film Festival, the event’s 20th anniversary edition, is here. Ireland’s largest French cultural event will run for twelve days at the IFI from Wednesday 13th to Sunday 24th November. With 28 features in total, the festival opens with Céline Sciamma’s critically acclaimed Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and closes with Christophe Honoré’s award-winning On a Magical Night. Director Cédric Klapisch, known for such films as L’Auberge espagnol and Paris, will visit the festival to take part in a Q&A following the Irish premiere screening of Someone, Somewhere.

Speaking about this year’s programme, Festival Director Marie-Pierre Richard commented, ‘Women are strongly represented in our programme, both as subjects, ranging from Joan of Arc, through 18th century France, to contemporary stories of urban homelessness; and as filmmakers, from the pioneering Alice Guy-Blaché who produced more than 1,000 films, to Justine Triet and Manele Labidi Labbé.‘

Date:Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th NovemberTime:VariousPrice:From €11.50Address:6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 PD85, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Tuesday 19 November, 2019 6 Events

Under 21 European Championships Qualifiers - U21 Republic of Ireland V U21 Sweden

Date: Tuesday 19 November, 2019
Time: 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: Tallaght Stadium
Address: Whitestown Way, Dublin 24
Price: 5 Euro Adults/ 2 Euro Students/ Under 16's Free/ Family 8 Euro
Category: Sports
Join us at Tallaght Stadium for the Under 21 European Qualifier as Republic of Ireland face Sweden on November 19th at 8pm. Tickets are available at fai.ie/tickets now.

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Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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Visit Dublin/Events

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

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

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

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

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

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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Dundrum On Ice

Dundrum On Ice Date: Tuesday 29 October, 2019 through Sunday 12 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: :Dundrum Town Centre
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dundrum Town Centre, Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th January

Dundrum On Ice – Dublin's best ice skating venue in Dundrum Town Centre returns for 2019.

500m2 of crisp, white ice in a great new location in Dundrum South to get you skating from Halloween till the New Year. Ice Skating on real ice in Dundrum Town Centre every Winter since 2009. This year the rink is located in Building 5 over the Red Car Park just off the Sandyford Road, or take the Luas exit, beside Boots, on Level 2 from inside the centre. The rink will be open from October 25th right up to January 12th 2020.

Date:Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th JanuaryTime:Mon-Fri: 3:00pm - 9.00pm | Sat-Sun: 10:00am - 7.00pmPrice:€14+Address:Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo

Date: Friday 1 November, 2019 through Sunday 5 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dublin Zoo
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dublin Zoo, Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th January

Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo – Stories, Myths & Legends.

The spectacular night-time experience is back and it's like nothing you've seen before! Showcasing a brand new theme – Stories, Myths and Legends. With magical scenes from well-known stories like – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Jungle Book… to best-loved nursery rhymes and characters from Irish Mythology – all brought to life by dazzling, giant colourful silk lanterns! See over a thousand breath-taking, illuminated lanterns transform Dublin Zoo into an enchanted wonderland as darkness falls. Along the way, enjoy the live Chinese performers before visiting the food and drink stalls for some tasty and warming treats!

Booking information
November: Thursday – Sunday.
December: Monday – Sunday.
January: Wednesday – Sunday.
Last Admission: 8.00pm.
Under 3s go free. Children and visitors under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Date:Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th JanuaryTime:5.00pm - 9.00pmPrice:€12 - €20Address:Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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The 2019 IFI French Film Festival

Date: Wednesday 13 November, 2019 through Sunday 24 November, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Irish Film Institute
Address: Dublin
Category: Film / Movie
Irish Film Institute, Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th November

The 2019 IFI French Film Festival, the event’s 20th anniversary edition, is here. Ireland’s largest French cultural event will run for twelve days at the IFI from Wednesday 13th to Sunday 24th November. With 28 features in total, the festival opens with Céline Sciamma’s critically acclaimed Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and closes with Christophe Honoré’s award-winning On a Magical Night. Director Cédric Klapisch, known for such films as L’Auberge espagnol and Paris, will visit the festival to take part in a Q&A following the Irish premiere screening of Someone, Somewhere.

Speaking about this year’s programme, Festival Director Marie-Pierre Richard commented, ‘Women are strongly represented in our programme, both as subjects, ranging from Joan of Arc, through 18th century France, to contemporary stories of urban homelessness; and as filmmakers, from the pioneering Alice Guy-Blaché who produced more than 1,000 films, to Justine Triet and Manele Labidi Labbé.‘

Date:Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th NovemberTime:VariousPrice:From €11.50Address:6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 PD85, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Wednesday 20 November, 2019 5 Events

Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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

Dundrum On Ice

Dundrum On Ice Date: Tuesday 29 October, 2019 through Sunday 12 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: :Dundrum Town Centre
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dundrum Town Centre, Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th January

Dundrum On Ice – Dublin's best ice skating venue in Dundrum Town Centre returns for 2019.

500m2 of crisp, white ice in a great new location in Dundrum South to get you skating from Halloween till the New Year. Ice Skating on real ice in Dundrum Town Centre every Winter since 2009. This year the rink is located in Building 5 over the Red Car Park just off the Sandyford Road, or take the Luas exit, beside Boots, on Level 2 from inside the centre. The rink will be open from October 25th right up to January 12th 2020.

Date:Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th JanuaryTime:Mon-Fri: 3:00pm - 9.00pm | Sat-Sun: 10:00am - 7.00pmPrice:€14+Address:Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo

Date: Friday 1 November, 2019 through Sunday 5 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dublin Zoo
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dublin Zoo, Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th January

Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo – Stories, Myths & Legends.

The spectacular night-time experience is back and it's like nothing you've seen before! Showcasing a brand new theme – Stories, Myths and Legends. With magical scenes from well-known stories like – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Jungle Book… to best-loved nursery rhymes and characters from Irish Mythology – all brought to life by dazzling, giant colourful silk lanterns! See over a thousand breath-taking, illuminated lanterns transform Dublin Zoo into an enchanted wonderland as darkness falls. Along the way, enjoy the live Chinese performers before visiting the food and drink stalls for some tasty and warming treats!

Booking information
November: Thursday – Sunday.
December: Monday – Sunday.
January: Wednesday – Sunday.
Last Admission: 8.00pm.
Under 3s go free. Children and visitors under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Date:Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th JanuaryTime:5.00pm - 9.00pmPrice:€12 - €20Address:Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

The 2019 IFI French Film Festival

Date: Wednesday 13 November, 2019 through Sunday 24 November, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Irish Film Institute
Address: Dublin
Category: Film / Movie
Irish Film Institute, Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th November

The 2019 IFI French Film Festival, the event’s 20th anniversary edition, is here. Ireland’s largest French cultural event will run for twelve days at the IFI from Wednesday 13th to Sunday 24th November. With 28 features in total, the festival opens with Céline Sciamma’s critically acclaimed Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and closes with Christophe Honoré’s award-winning On a Magical Night. Director Cédric Klapisch, known for such films as L’Auberge espagnol and Paris, will visit the festival to take part in a Q&A following the Irish premiere screening of Someone, Somewhere.

Speaking about this year’s programme, Festival Director Marie-Pierre Richard commented, ‘Women are strongly represented in our programme, both as subjects, ranging from Joan of Arc, through 18th century France, to contemporary stories of urban homelessness; and as filmmakers, from the pioneering Alice Guy-Blaché who produced more than 1,000 films, to Justine Triet and Manele Labidi Labbé.‘

Date:Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th NovemberTime:VariousPrice:From €11.50Address:6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 PD85, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Thursday 21 November, 2019 5 Events

Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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

Dundrum On Ice

Dundrum On Ice Date: Tuesday 29 October, 2019 through Sunday 12 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: :Dundrum Town Centre
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dundrum Town Centre, Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th January

Dundrum On Ice – Dublin's best ice skating venue in Dundrum Town Centre returns for 2019.

500m2 of crisp, white ice in a great new location in Dundrum South to get you skating from Halloween till the New Year. Ice Skating on real ice in Dundrum Town Centre every Winter since 2009. This year the rink is located in Building 5 over the Red Car Park just off the Sandyford Road, or take the Luas exit, beside Boots, on Level 2 from inside the centre. The rink will be open from October 25th right up to January 12th 2020.

Date:Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th JanuaryTime:Mon-Fri: 3:00pm - 9.00pm | Sat-Sun: 10:00am - 7.00pmPrice:€14+Address:Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo

Date: Friday 1 November, 2019 through Sunday 5 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dublin Zoo
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dublin Zoo, Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th January

Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo – Stories, Myths & Legends.

The spectacular night-time experience is back and it's like nothing you've seen before! Showcasing a brand new theme – Stories, Myths and Legends. With magical scenes from well-known stories like – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Jungle Book… to best-loved nursery rhymes and characters from Irish Mythology – all brought to life by dazzling, giant colourful silk lanterns! See over a thousand breath-taking, illuminated lanterns transform Dublin Zoo into an enchanted wonderland as darkness falls. Along the way, enjoy the live Chinese performers before visiting the food and drink stalls for some tasty and warming treats!

Booking information
November: Thursday – Sunday.
December: Monday – Sunday.
January: Wednesday – Sunday.
Last Admission: 8.00pm.
Under 3s go free. Children and visitors under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Date:Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th JanuaryTime:5.00pm - 9.00pmPrice:€12 - €20Address:Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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The 2019 IFI French Film Festival

Date: Wednesday 13 November, 2019 through Sunday 24 November, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Irish Film Institute
Address: Dublin
Category: Film / Movie
Irish Film Institute, Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th November

The 2019 IFI French Film Festival, the event’s 20th anniversary edition, is here. Ireland’s largest French cultural event will run for twelve days at the IFI from Wednesday 13th to Sunday 24th November. With 28 features in total, the festival opens with Céline Sciamma’s critically acclaimed Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and closes with Christophe Honoré’s award-winning On a Magical Night. Director Cédric Klapisch, known for such films as L’Auberge espagnol and Paris, will visit the festival to take part in a Q&A following the Irish premiere screening of Someone, Somewhere.

Speaking about this year’s programme, Festival Director Marie-Pierre Richard commented, ‘Women are strongly represented in our programme, both as subjects, ranging from Joan of Arc, through 18th century France, to contemporary stories of urban homelessness; and as filmmakers, from the pioneering Alice Guy-Blaché who produced more than 1,000 films, to Justine Triet and Manele Labidi Labbé.‘

Date:Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th NovemberTime:VariousPrice:From €11.50Address:6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 PD85, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Friday 22 November, 2019 6 Events

Adults Theatre Workshops

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

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Life above Everything: Lucian Freud and Jack B. Yeats

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

admission prices:


From
€5

to
€8

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Visit Dublin/Events

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

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

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

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

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

Failte Ireland operates four Discover Ireland Tourist Offices in Dublin:

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Dundrum On Ice

Dundrum On Ice Date: Tuesday 29 October, 2019 through Sunday 12 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: :Dundrum Town Centre
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dundrum Town Centre, Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th January

Dundrum On Ice – Dublin's best ice skating venue in Dundrum Town Centre returns for 2019.

500m2 of crisp, white ice in a great new location in Dundrum South to get you skating from Halloween till the New Year. Ice Skating on real ice in Dundrum Town Centre every Winter since 2009. This year the rink is located in Building 5 over the Red Car Park just off the Sandyford Road, or take the Luas exit, beside Boots, on Level 2 from inside the centre. The rink will be open from October 25th right up to January 12th 2020.

Date:Friday 25th October - Sunday 12th JanuaryTime:Mon-Fri: 3:00pm - 9.00pm | Sat-Sun: 10:00am - 7.00pmPrice:€14+Address:Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Dublin, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo

Date: Friday 1 November, 2019 through Sunday 5 January, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Dublin Zoo
Address: Dublin (Ath Cliath)
Category: Kids / Family
Dublin Zoo, Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th January

Wild Lights 2019 at Dublin Zoo – Stories, Myths & Legends.

The spectacular night-time experience is back and it's like nothing you've seen before! Showcasing a brand new theme – Stories, Myths and Legends. With magical scenes from well-known stories like – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Peter Pan and The Jungle Book… to best-loved nursery rhymes and characters from Irish Mythology – all brought to life by dazzling, giant colourful silk lanterns! See over a thousand breath-taking, illuminated lanterns transform Dublin Zoo into an enchanted wonderland as darkness falls. Along the way, enjoy the live Chinese performers before visiting the food and drink stalls for some tasty and warming treats!

Booking information
November: Thursday – Sunday.
December: Monday – Sunday.
January: Wednesday – Sunday.
Last Admission: 8.00pm.
Under 3s go free. Children and visitors under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Date:Friday 1st November - Sunday 5th JanuaryTime:5.00pm - 9.00pmPrice:€12 - €20Address:Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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The 2019 IFI French Film Festival

Date: Wednesday 13 November, 2019 through Sunday 24 November, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Irish Film Institute
Address: Dublin
Category: Film / Movie
Irish Film Institute, Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th November

The 2019 IFI French Film Festival, the event’s 20th anniversary edition, is here. Ireland’s largest French cultural event will run for twelve days at the IFI from Wednesday 13th to Sunday 24th November. With 28 features in total, the festival opens with Céline Sciamma’s critically acclaimed Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and closes with Christophe Honoré’s award-winning On a Magical Night. Director Cédric Klapisch, known for such films as L’Auberge espagnol and Paris, will visit the festival to take part in a Q&A following the Irish premiere screening of Someone, Somewhere.

Speaking about this year’s programme, Festival Director Marie-Pierre Richard commented, ‘Women are strongly represented in our programme, both as subjects, ranging from Joan of Arc, through 18th century France, to contemporary stories of urban homelessness; and as filmmakers, from the pioneering Alice Guy-Blaché who produced more than 1,000 films, to Justine Triet and Manele Labidi Labbé.‘

Date:Wednesday 13th November - Sunday 24th NovemberTime:VariousPrice:From €11.50Address:6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 PD85, IrelandWebsiteTwitterGet TicketsFacebook

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