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Dublin Theatre Festival brings the world's best theatre to the city's stages each autumn, staging classic plays by celebrated companies alongside work by exciting, emerging theatre makers from home and...
For an evening of raw wit and serious belly laughs, join Jimmy Carr at the Olympia Theatre in December 2017 for stand-up comedy with a difference.
Inspired by the heritage of Dublin-born Gothic author Bram Stoker and his notorious novel Dracula, Dublin city will get gloriously gothic this October.
Gather together in the heart of the Dublin with your family and friends as the city comes alive for fun filled New Year's festivities.
Dublin Fringe Festival is Ireland's leading multidisciplinary arts festival featuring new and next in performance, music, theatre, live art, comedy, dance, circus and visual art from Irish and international...
St Patrick's Festival, Ireland's national celebration of identity, arts and culture, will showcase the very best of Irish and international talent and entertainment with a whole host of fun festivities.
Strolling Through Ulysses! tells the fun-filled story of the day around which James Joyce’s Ulysses is based, and guides you through the curious events and quirky characters of the iconic novel in a humorous,...
This November 40 galleries across Dublin will host over 60 events over one great weekend for you to discover stunning art right across the city.
Ground control to David Bowie fans...the 2nd Dublin Bowie Festival takes place citywide this January, so if you've already got plans this January, be sure to make some changes.
Follow the students of the High School of Performing Arts, during the dicey, dirty days of late 1970s/early 1980s New York, at Dublin’s own Liberty Hall Theatre.
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