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Electronic crossover artists Lamb are making their way to the stage at Dublin's Academy this year, so don't sleep; get...
Tuesday nights at the Ha'penny Inn have been all about the Battle of the Axe since 1996, making it over 21 years old...
Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amore is a kind of operatic rom-com that will delight you as it is screened at the Light House...
If you like low-key, hip indie, you will adore this gig at the Button Factory.
To celebrate Oscar Wilde’s 163rd birthday, Dublin Writers Museum has organised a bash worthy of the inimitable playwright,...
This is the tale of an Irish priest who led a most extraordinary life... originally from County Kerry, he became a war...
With prizes for the best dressed, props, hot chocolate, and cake (who doesn’t like cake?) this event at the Sugar Club...
Endings teeters on the line between a gig and a theatre show; revel in a strange and wonderful hour of performance art...
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