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  1. An Evening with Pacino

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This May, one of cinema’s most riveting stars comes to Dublin for an evening of conversation. For one night only, experience the exceptional Al Pacino share his passion for acting and directing in a theatre... Read more

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  2. Royal Irish Academy

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Found on Dawson Street in Dublin City, the Royal Irish Academy promotes scholarship and learning in science and the humanities. It is home to one of Ireland's research libraries with a range of activities and collections. Read more

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  3. Marsh's Library

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Established in 1707 Marsh's Library is the oldest public library in Ireland Located in Dublin City, the library was built by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh and contains 25,000 books as well as 300 manuscripts. Read more

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  4. Yeats: The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Library of Ireland has the largest collection of W.B. Yeats manuscripts in the world, donated by the Yeats family. Located in Dublin, the library is home to the Yeats Collection, which comprises more than 2,000 items. Read more

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  5. The Festival of Curiosity

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This July, the always-intriguing Festival of Curiosity returns to Dublin. The first of its kind, this festival features a packed programme of arts and science activities, innovative technologies and cultural... Read more

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  6. Contemporary Music Centre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Set in Dublin's Temple Bar, the Contemporary Music Centre is Ireland's national archive and resource centre for new music. It includes a library and sound archive, as well as online reference services. Read more

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  7. Coffee Conversations: The Return of the Dove to the Ark

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Join Hugh Lane curators and guest speaker Sinéad Furlong-Clancy in a discussion over tea and coffee regarding Sir John Everett Millais's The Return of the Dove to the Ark. Read more

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  8. F. W. Sweny & Co. Ltd.

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Sweny's Pharmacy is a Joycean landmark and the place at which fictional character Leopold Bloom bought his lemon soap. It is located close to Trinity College and Dublin City Centre. Read more

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  9. Franco-Irish Literary Festival 2015: The Usual Suspects/A Chacun son Rôle/Coirp, Coirpigh agus Amhras

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Join Ireland’s two prolific writers Stuart Neville and Cormac Millar along with France’s highly esteemed Jean-Bernard Pouy, as they bring you this fascinating discussion on the theme of The Usual Suspects. Read more

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  10. Dublin City Archives

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located on Pearse Street in Dublin, the Dublin City Archives houses records of the city's civic government dating from 1171 to the late 20th century. A reading room is available for consulting materials. Read more

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