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  1. Art in Transition: Painting in Early 20th Century Russia

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Festival of Russian Culture takes place this February and as part of it, the National Gallery are hosting a public lecture on the beautiful artwork produced from this unique territory during the early... Read more

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  2. Seachtain na Gaeilge: Family Event

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Join Laoise Ní Chléirigh at the National Museum of Ireland this March to celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge, or Irish language week. This young fiction writer will have plenty of tales to tell at this special... Read more

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  3. An Evening with Author Michael Harding

    Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

    Join the poignant, honest and often hilarious Michael Harding in an evening of readings and musings from his latest book, at the Pavilion Theatre on 27th March. Tickets €16. Read more

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  4. National Gallery of Ireland Lecture: Revival Ireland 1912-1923

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Enjoy a free lecture at the National Gallery of Ireland on the topic of The Future of the Past: Revival Ireland 1912-1923, on 3rd February. Read more

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  5. Actor & Author Sheila Hancock

    Dublin City, Dublin

    One of Britain’s most acclaimed and revered actors, Sheila Hancock comes to the Pavilion Theatre on 8th March to celebrate International Women’s Day and her first novel. Tickets €10. Read more

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  6. Trove Talk Series: Here Comes the Sun

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The sun and moon were central to the belief system as well as daily practices and traditions in Ireland during the early bronze age. This February join an in-depth discussion about research into this enchanting... Read more

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  7. We Can Fight and We Can Die: Michael Mallin & the Irish Citizen Army

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublin is a city of culture and arts, but most famously was the background to the concluding rebellion that lead to the Irish Republic. This series of lectures answers questions relating to the year preceding... Read more

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  8. Whatever Happened to the Tasmanian Tiger?

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A lot of questions still remain unanswered about the demise of the Tasmanian tiger but zoologist Dr. Leona Leonard will be able to shed some light on the subject at the National Museum of Ireland this... Read more

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  9. Irish Writers' Centre: Open Mic Night

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Whether you’re a poet, writer, songsmith, musician or comedian; try your hand at the open mic night at the Irish Writers’ Centre on 30th January. Read more

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  10. Reiki & Sound Healing: A Day Out to Journey Within

    Naul, Dublin

    Are you looking for a new way to beat stress and make the most of your time off? At the Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, in just one full-day workshop, you can learn about the ancient eastern traditions involved... Read more

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