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Imagining the Divine: The Holy Family in Art

26 Nov-1 April. The National Gallery presents an exhibition that focuses on how artists through the ages have chosen to depict the early life of Christ. The show comprises 13 paintings and drawing...
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My Cousin Rachel

15 Nov-31 Dec. "My Cousin Rachel" returns to the Gate Theatre for the Christmas season following a sell-out run earlier this year. The play follows Philip Ashley as he comes to terms with the fate...
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Art Surpassing Nature: Dutch Landscapes in the Age of Rembrandt and Ruisdael

29 October – 20 January 2013. The National Gallery of Ireland is displaying its superb collection of Dutch landscape paintings and drawings over the winter months. The collection includesht...
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Seán Keating and the ESB: Enlightenment and Legacy

Seán Keating and the ESB: Enlightenment and Legacy5 September - 21 December. This exhibition examines how Limerick romantic-realist painter Seán Keating charted Ireland's post-civil war...
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Conor Walton: Allegories of Painting

14 September - 13 October. Dunamaise Arts Centre presents Conor Walton’s ninth solo-show, titled Allegories of Painting. With his latest exhibition of figure paintings, Walton explores theme...
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Real Life? Hogarth’s Images of Love, Death and Family

23 July – 18 November. The National Gallery of Ireland pays tribute to the London painter, printmaker and pictorial satirist William Hogarth (1697-1764) with an exhibition featuring four painti...
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Jack of all Trades

28 July - 2 December. Ireland's National Gallery offers an insight into a little-known but important aspect of the career of celebrated Irish oil painter Jack B. Yeats. On show are 63 of the arti...
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Revolutionary States: Home Rule & Modern Ireland

24 May - 21 October. 100 years ago an act passed by the British parliament made provision for self-government in Ireland, within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. However due to th...
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Glengarry Glen Ross

29 May - 14 July. Dublin's Gate Theatre presents Glengarry Glen Ross, a tale of Chicago real estate agents whose suave appearance belies a brutal world of blackmail, lies and corruption. David Mamet...
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The tale of the Bamboo Cutter

11 May - 5 August. Dublin's Chester Beatty Library celebrates the Japanese tale of the "Bamboo Cutter" with a pair of 17th-century scrolls, believed to be the earliest surviving illustrated version of...
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Joyce’s Dubliners: the city as character

2 April - 15 July. Ireland's National Gallery presents 16 paintings and watercolours from its collection that illustrate Dublin during the time of Joyce. The exhibition has been organised to coinc...
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Jameson Dublin Film Festival

16 - 26 February. The 2012 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival offers a huge range of international films and movie discussions over 11 nights in venues across the capital, including Cineworld,...
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Da by Hugh Leonard

2 Feb - 31 March. The Gate Theatre stages Hugh Leonard
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Carey Clarke: A Retrospective

13 January - 26 February. The Royal Hibernian Academy dedicates a retrospective to celebrated Irish artist Carey Clarke. Following graduation at Dublin's National College of Art & Design, Clarke's...
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Turner: A Light in the Darkness

1-31 January. The National Gallery of Ireland holds its annual tribute to the groundbreaking English landscape artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) whose oils and watercolours are seen as...
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China through the Lens of John Thomson: 1868-1872

17 November - 26 February. This exhibition is devoted to images of China taken by Scottish photographer John Thomson (1837-1921). In 1868 Thomson settled in Hong Kong and over the next four years...
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Little Women

30 November - 14 January. Louisa May Alcott
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The Gift of Knowledge: Enriching the Library and Archive Collections

Until 15 December. An exhibition of archive material from the Sir Denis Mahon collection recently bequeathed to the National Gallery of Ireland is on display. Featured in the exhibition is an earl...
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Small Lives

Until June 2012. An exhibition of images of childhood in Ireland from 1880 to the 1970s is on show at the National Photographic Archive in Dublin's central Temple Bar district. The predominantly b...

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