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The Plough and the Stars

9 March-23 April. Set against the tumultuous backdrop of the 1916 Easter Rising, Seán O'Casey's play focuses on the upheaval facing the residents of a Dublin tenement shelter as they are encircled by...
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Juno and the Paycock

16 Feb-16 April. The Gate Theatre stages a production of Seán O'Casey's classic play set in the working-class tenements of Dublin in the early 1920s, during the Irish civil war era. Following its p...
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Turner: The Vaughan Bequest

1-31 Jan. The National Gallery of Ireland presents its annual tribute to groundbreaking British landscape artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) whose oils and watercolours are seen as the R...
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You Never Can Tell

2 Dec-6 Feb. This 1897 four-act comedy of errors by George Bernard Shaw is a witty and unpredictable play revolving around several confused identities. Returning to England from an extended stay a...
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Sir Hugh Lane, a centenary perspective

17 Oct-17 Jan. The life and towering legacy of art dealer Sir Hugh Lane (1875-1915) is examined with a display of art works and archival material at the National Gallery of Ireland, on the centenary o...
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A View from the Bridge

Arthur Miller's much-loved tale of illicit desire is set in 1950's New York and is centred on Eddie Carbone and his family who host their Italian cousins, illegal immigrants Marco and Rodolpho. Whe...
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By the Bog of Cats

This new production by Marina Carr, one of Ireland's leading playwrights, has received critical acclaim since it opened at the Abbey Theatre in mid August. Described as a "thrilling re-imagining" o...
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Once

The Olympia Theatre presents the smash-hit musical Once in the city where the story is set. The modern-day musical is centred around a busker and an immigrant, detailing their eventful week in Dubl...
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A month in the country

The Gate stages Ivan Turgenev's five-act comedy of manners in an adaptation by Brian Friel, one of Ireland's finest living playwrights. Set on the Islaev country estate, the play centres around the...
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Sean Scully at the National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery of Ireland marks the 70th birthday of acclaimed Irish painter and printmaker Sean Scully. One of the world's leading contemporary abstract artists, Scully is best known for his...
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Romeo and Juliet

The Gate Theatre stages a production of one of the world's greatest stories of love and revenge. William Shakespeare's tragedy is centred around two young lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile t...
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Passion & Persuasion: Images of Baroque Saints

The National Gallery focuses on saints from baroque paintings, by drawing on its collection of Italian, Spanish and Flemish artists including Giordano, Mattia Preti, Jordaens, Guercino and Domenichino...
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The Caretaker by Harold Pinter

Building on its long-established relationship with Harold Pinter, the Gate Theatre presents The Caretaker for the first time. The three-act play, which premiered in London's West End in 1960, was t...
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Turner: The Vaughan Bequest

The National Gallery of Ireland presents its annual January exhibition of watercolours by English Romantic landscape painter JMW Turner (1775-1851). The gallery's Vaughan Bequest comprises 31 of Tu...
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Dorothy Cross: Trove

The work of Irish artist Dorothy Cross is the subject of an exhibition that examines her career from the late 1980s to the present day. The 45 works on display come from international museums and p...
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She Stoops to Conquer

This classic omedy of deception and seduction by Irish author Oliver Goldsmith was first performed in London in 1773 and its popularity with audiences has endured ever since. The story centres arou...
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Marie-Louise Martin: paths - i sentieri

The United Arts Club hosts an exhibition of new drawings, etchings and dry-point prints by the Irish fine art printmaker Marie-Louise Martin, who is based between Dublin and Tuscany. Martin is one...
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Chester Beatty's A to Z: from Amulet to Zodiac

The Chester Beatty offers an A-Z checklist of its treasures, providing visitors with a broad insight into the library's wide-ranging and valuable collection. This curators’ choice show featur...
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The Mariner

The Gate Theatre presents the world premiere of a new play about "loyalty, defeat and freedom" by Irish writer Hugo Hamilton, better known for his novels but now starting to write for the stage....
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Culture Night in Dublin

Almost 200 venues in the capital participating in annual event The ninth edition of Culture Night takes place on Friday 19 September in towns and cities across the island of Ireland, from 17.00 un...

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