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From 11th to 25th October, the Irish Whiskey Museum will showcase whiskey and cheese from the four corners of Ireland....
Philip Glass, an icon of contemporary music and one of the great composers of the 20th century, will take up a residency...
The combination of fiddle, uilleann pipes and organ is an inexplicably beautiful sound. Round, warm, haunting and evocative,...
The dark star of cabaret Ute Lemper, Einstürzende Neubauten’s Blixa Bargeld, post-modern diva Meow Meow and Irish singer...
A special double-bill that sees protest song, traditional music and jazz collide. Genre-bending multi-instrumentalist...
Smock Alley Theatre are delighted to present the world debut of a new, original Irish musical with book by Grace O’Malley...
Composer, harper, sound engineer and Liam O’Flynn Award recipient, Úna Monaghan presents a concert of her compositions...
Clay Works is the annual exhibition of Ceramics Ireland. The exhibition includes 300 works by 114 artists all based...
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