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  1. Gulliver

    Belfast, County Antrim

    When Gulliver returns from another amazing experience at sea, his family are more than a little ... Read more

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  2. Exchange Dublin

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Exchange Dublin is a volunteer-run arts collective providing free gallery and event space to local and visiting artists, individuals and community groups. Visit us at Exchange Street Upper opposite Dublin Castle if you're interested! Read more

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  3. Comhaltas Seisiún 2015

    Renvyle, Galway

    Comhaltas Seisiún: Unique traditional entertainment experience at 50 + venues throughout Ireland. A show of Irish music, song, dance and storytelling and informal session with audience participation. Bígí... Read more

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  4. Bewley's Cafe Theatre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Bewley’s Café Theatre is Ireland’s only year-round lunchtime venue. From Monday to Saturday, they present one-act plays with the option of a light lunch.
    Performance from 13:10 – 14:00 (doors open at 12:50) Read more

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  5. Gleeson Hall

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Spacious College performance venue in the City Centre. Read more

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  6. VOID

    Derry-Londonderry, County Londonderry

    Two large galleries, artist studios, educational & conferencing areas and regular exhibitions. Read more

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  7. Lord of the Flies

    Belfast, County Antrim

    William Golding's 20th century classic Lord of the Flies explodes onto the stage in a remarkable ... Read more

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  8. Trad on the Prom

    Salthill, Galway

    Trad on the Prom is Ireland's number 1 music, song and dance experience, featuring world-class performers from 'Riverdance', 'The Chieftains', 'Lord of the Dance' and 'Feet of Flames' all on one stage. Read more

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  9. Draiocht

    Blanchardstown, Dublin

    Draiocht is a receiving house that programmes local, national and international shows from all performance disciplines. The multi-purpose venue is used for a broad range of activities including dance, drama, multi-media arts activities and more. Read more

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  10. Solstice Arts Centre

    Navan, Meath

    Solstice Arts Centre opened to the public in April 2006. It is a symbol of the belief and pride that Co. Meath feels about its cultural and artistic life.
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