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The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) presents a diverse selection of works from its collection based on the concept of dialogue, allowing for "conversations" to take place between artists of varying...
Dublin What's on


18 June-2 Aug. The Abbey Theatre presents one of the finest plays by one of Ireland's foremost living playwrights. Artistocrats by Brian Friel follows the well-to-do O'Donnell family, once influential...
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Russborough Revisited

The National Gallery dedicates its summer exhibition to Russborough House, the celebrated Palladian pile in County Wicklow, south of Dublin. The gallery has had a long and illustrious relationship...
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Twelfth Night

The Abbey Theatre presents William Shakespeare's popular comedy based on mistaken identity although the Abbey describes Wayne Jordan's "provocative" production as a "play about love, sex, hopes and dr...
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An Ideal Husband

Ethan McSweeny directs one of Oscar Wilde's best loved works in a new production at The Gate. Set in London over the course of 24 hours, Wilde's comedic play centres around themes of blackmail, pol...
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Patrick Scott: Image Space Light

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) presents the most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Irish artist Patrick Scott (1921-2014), who died on the eve of the exhibition opening, aged 93. A...
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The Teddy Bear Story

A touring exhibition of teddy bears comes to the Ark in Temple Bar from the V&A Museum of Childhood in London. Highlights of this sentimental and unusual exhibition include rare and famous tedd...
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Jameson Dublin Film Festival

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival provides a wide range of filmscreenings and movie discussions over 11 nights in venues across the capital, including C...
Dublin What's on

New Portraits: Portráidí Nua

The National Gallery showcases a number of portraits which it has recently acquired for its collection. The exhibition includes images of writer and playwright Samuel Beckett; W.B. Yeats...
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Pride and Prejudice

The Gate Theatre celebrates the 200th anniversary of the publication of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by staging a performance of the play, adpated by James Maxwell. Set in early 19th-ce...
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Eileen Gray: Architect Designer Painter

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the French embassy in Dublin, presents an exhibition dedicated to the Irish designer Eileen Gray (1879-197...
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Dublin Theatre Festival

Under the theme "Come out to play" this year's Dublin Theatre Festival presents yet another significant programme of Irish and international work. Highlights of the 18-day festival include Maeve's...
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The World of Performance: Dance, Theatre and Song

The National Gallery pays homage to the world of performance by displaying a selection of works depicting actors, ballerinas and operatic singers. The paintings and drawings are all from the galle...
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Major Barbara

Considered one of George Bernard Shaw's most thought-provoking and witty plays, Major Barbara is a bittersweet comedy that highlights the conflict between power and poverty. Set in 1905, the play...
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A Streetcar named Desire

The Gate stages a production of the classic Pulitzer Prize-winning play written by American playwright Tennessee Williams in 1947. When the disturbed Blanche DuBois moves in with her sister in New...
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RHA Annual

The 183rd RHA Annual is Ireland's longest-running open submission exhibition, with 16 artists’ prizes contributing to a total prize fund of over €50,000. Most of the works on display ar...
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Essential Ireland: a mini tour

The National Gallery has assembled a selection of paintings depicting some of Ireland's favourite beauty spots, offering what it terms a "one-room tour of Ireland". Comprising a mix of urban and r...
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Analysing Cubism

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) explores the early decades of Cubism with an exhibition featuring the work of leading Irish exponents of the genre, Evie Hone, Mainie Jellett, May Guinness, Mary...
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Treasured Sheets: European Works from the Collection

The National Gallery of Ireland showcases the wealth of its collection of European drawings with an exhibition of some 50 works on paper, spanning the 15th to the 20th centuries. The works on show...
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Six exhibitions at the RHA

The Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin presents a series of six exhibitions, all beginning on 11 January.  Blackshaw at 80. 11 Jan-24 Feb. A major retrospective dedicated to Basil Black...


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