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  • Glendalough Arts Network Table Quiz

    5th Apr 2012 (Thu) from 20:30 - 23:00

    The Glendalough Hotel
    Table Quiz and Raffle to Raise Funds for Arts and Community Events Thursday April 5th @ 8.30pm in The Glendalough Hotel €20 per Team of 4 More

  • Poetry book launch at R.I.A.M

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    11th Apr 2012 (Wed) from 19:00 - 20:30

    Royal Irish Academy of Music
    Carysfort Press are delighted to announce the launch of 'Polite Forms', the first collection of poetry by Harry White. The book will be launched in The Organ Room at the Royal Irish Academy of Music on Wednesday, April 11th at 7.00pm. The guest speaker is Prof. Margaret Kelleher. More

  • A Macguffin and other things This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends June 23 2012)

    Project Arts Centre
    Our next exhibition the group show A MacGuffin and Other Things is presented by guest curator, Vaari Claffey. Using a mix of video, sculptural installations and performance the artists will investigate the idea of 'MacGuffin', an object that features in a film and serves to keep the plot moving despite at first appearing to lack real importance. More

  • Contemporary Italian films - What a treat! Discover them with a glass of wine

    12th Apr 2012 (Thu) - 3rd May 2012 (Thu) from 13:00 - 13:00

    Istituto Italiano di Cultura - Dublino
    Contemporary Italian films, what a treat! Discover them with a glass of wine: Thursday 12th April Signorina Effe (2007) by Wilma Labate * from 1pm to 3pm * from 5pm to 7pm Thursday 19th April Gli amici del Bar Margherita (2007) by Pupi Avati * from 1pm to 3pm * from 5pm to 7pm Thursday 26th April L'ultimo Pulcinella (2008) by Maurizio Scaparro * from 1pm to 3pm * from 5pm to 7pm Thursday 3rd May Si può fare (2009) by Giulio Manfredonia * from 1pm to 3pm * from 5pm to 7pm Q&A with Monica Insinga after the evening screenings. In Italian with English subtitles ADMISSION FREE More

  • Tinariwen

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    12th Apr 2012 (Thu) from 20:00 - 22:30

    National Concert Hall
    Tinariwen are guitar-poets from the southern Sahara desert and icons of freedom and resistance among their own people, the nomadic Tuareg of the Sahara. Their back-story has been described as 'dramatic' (The Independent), 'the most compelling of any band' (Songlines) and 'the most rock 'n' roll of them all' (The Irish Times). Tinariwen's rolling, yearning grooves and uncompromising messages of simplicity and freedom, distilled over many years of struggle, rebellion and exile, have brought them countless accolades and the attention of such high-profile fans as Robert Plant, Carlos Santana, Brian Eno, Damon Albarn, Chris Martin and Thom Yorke, as well as the enduring respect of their own people. More

  • Your Video Here Presents 'Reactions' This is a free event

    12th Apr 2012 (Thu) from 20:00 - 22:00

    Basement Project Space
    Your Video Here presents 'Re_actions' Basement Project Space Cork You are invited to a one night screening of selected video and film works on Thursday 12th April at 8.00pm. Basement Project Space Cork, Camden Quay, Cork City. Admission Free. Your Video Here presents 'Re_actions', a series of film and video works that were selected from an open submission response to the theme 'Under_ground' at Basement Project Space. Screening: 'Connect' - Director Carol O'Keefe 'Kim' - Director Kathy Raftery 'Then' - Artist Atoose Pour Houssieni 'Urban Swimming' - Artist Vannessa Daws There will be an open discussion after the screening with the selected artists and film makers. More

  • Rathcroghan Archaeological Conference

    13th Apr 2012 (Fri) - 15th Apr 2012 (Sun) from 17:00 - 18:00

    Cruachan Aí Heritage Centre
    Nestled neatly in the undulating landscape of Roscommon's central plain lays the ancient Royal site of Rathcroghan. This archaeologically rich region was once the capital of Connacht and an important spiritual site, dominant in Ireland's mythical and physical histories home to both literary and historical High Kings. On the weekend of April 13th to 15th 2012, the Cruachan Aí Heritage Centre, Tulsk Co. Roscommon will host the first Rathcroghan Archaeological Conference. While this Royal site has been recorded in the annals of history, it has been over looked in some areas in favour of other sites. This conference will provide an opportunity for the presentation of a number of important findings regarding Rathcroghan and Medieval Roscommon More

  • Music Workshops for Children

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    14th Apr 2012 (Sat) from 14:00 - 17:00

    Triskel Christchurch
    No prior musical experience is needed for either workshop. Places are limited. No prior musical experience is needed for either workshop. Places are limited. 5-7 year olds: 2pm - 3pm (€10 per child) This workshop will focus on exploring, playing and improvising with sound. Working with both tuned and untuned instruments the children will create their own music together and will learn about the natural sounds around us and how we can use everyday objects as musical instruments. 8-10 year olds: 3:30pm - 5pm (€15 per child) This workshop will begin by exploring the natural sounds around us. From here we will perform improvisations together and gradually create our own music, which we will perform at the end of the workshop. More

  • Benefit Dance in aid of John Molloy's Mission in Ecuador

    14th Apr 2012 (Sat) from 21:30 - 23:50

    Cois na hAbhna (Comhaltas Regional Resource Centre)

  • Our Father

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    16th Apr 2012 (Mon) - 21st Apr 2012 (Sat)

    The Civic Theatre
    LOOSE END STUDIO With an 'F' Productions presents Our Father A play about family, loss and moving on A new play written in rhyme and rap by Stefanie Preissner. Stefanie Preissner's searing portrayal of abandonment, loss and acceptance will leave you gasping and dazed as she takes you on a rhythmic journey through the language of rap. Starring Pat Nolan, Gene Rooney, Jo Linehan & Stefanie Preissner and directed by Tara Derrington, this moving yet uncompromising new play examines what it means to have unanswered questions after the death of a parent. More

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