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Philip Glass, an icon of contemporary music and one of the great composers of the 20th century, will take up a residency at the National Concert Hall in October 2019.
The Irish Famine Exhibition tells the story of the Great Hunger, a period of mass starvation, disease and death in Ireland between 1845 and 1852. An original workhouse coffin bier and a cast iron soup...
Blindboy’s increased notability away from his band Rubberbandits, has allowed for him to explore wider avenues and create perhaps outrageously mind-altering brainchildren which can only be described as...
Dublin Vegfest 2019 is the country’s biggest vegan event. If showcases a wide selection of delicious vegan food and cruelty free products. Catch a talk or a food demo, the programme is full on both days....
Festival celebrating the work and life of Maeve Binchy, one of Ireland's most loved and internationally recognised writers. Takes place annually in the beautiful coastal town of Dalkey where Maeve lived...
Six bars lie within walking distance of the old John’s Lane distillery the original home of Powers. Celebrate the historic Powers neighbourhood by bringing to life the bars’ historic links & the unique...
Join Blazing Salads founders Lorraine and Pamela Fitzmaurice and share their knowledge, love and passion for Sea Vegetables with free samples and live cooking demonstrations for this unique on street...
From 11th to 25th October, the Irish Whiskey Museum will showcase whiskey and cheese from the four corners of Ireland. From 20:00 to 22:00 each Friday evening, their master taster will pair a local cheese...
A celebratory, communal harvest dining event showcasing the best of Irish seasonal produce on the stunning 38 acre working farm, Airfield Estate.
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