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Jul 01 2014 - Jul 31 2014
Ireland's international festival of photography and image culture. Vibrant, friendly, all inclusive, a festival for all to enjoy.
Jul 03 2014 - Jul 12 2014
Ireland's largest open arts festival covering the most ground breaking and exciting work in music, comedy, art, theatre, spoken word, film and more. Voted Ireland's best urban festival!Dates...
Aug 04 2014
A spectacular race combining the sights of central Dublin and the world famous Rock 'n' Roll Marathons. Expect entertainment every mile, finish line festival, headline concert and a fantastic...
Aug 10 2014 - Aug 18 2014
Summer school providing a unique experience for students, scholars and lovers of Beckett's works, presented through a week of lectures and seminars by the world's foremost Beckett scholars.
Aug 15 2014 - Aug 17 2014
A three day multi-venue event based around The Dame District and Temple Bar areas, showcasing the finest roots, blues, rockabilly and Americana music in Dublin.
Sep 05 2014 - Sep 21 2014
Ireland's leading multidisciplinary arts festival featuring the new and next in performance, theatre, music, art, comedy, dance, gaming and circus from Irish and international artists.
Sep 25 2014 - Oct 12 2014
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...
Sep 26 2014 - Sep 28 2014
A weekend festival promoting traditional singing dedicated to the memory of the late, great Frank Harte.
Oct 17 2014 - Oct 19 2014
Ireland's biggest architecture festival where buildings of all types open their doors to allow visitors explore the architecture, with special tours by professionals and enthusiasts, all for free!
Oct 27 2014
The 35th year of this marathon, which is run through the historic Georgian streets of Dublin. The course is largely flat, a single lap and starts and finishes in the city centre.
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