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  • Drawing Day at the National Print Museum This is a free event

    19th May 2012 (Sat) from 12:00 - 16:00

    National Print Museum
    Grab a pencil and discover a new a perspective of the Museum during Drawing Day. Saturday 19 May, 12.00 - 16.00 Free Admission More

  • Japanese Woodblock Printmaking Workshop (National Print Museum)

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    20th May 2012 (Sun) from 10:00 - 16:00

    National Print Museum
    Beginning with a presentation on the craft, this workshop will cover practical carving and printing. Participants are asked to bring images for inspiration. Tutor: Debra Bowden Sunday 20 May, 10.00 - 16.00 Cost: €65 (Max. 8 people) More

  • Christchurch Tours

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    22nd May 2012 (Tue) at 12:00

    Triskel Christchurch
    Christchurch Tours Every Tuesday at 12 noon (also Thursday at 2pm) Triskel Christchurch The tour includes an introduction to the newly renovated building, the medieval and early modern history of the church, the building's distinctive features, its historical characters, the graveyard and the crypt. Bookings can be made by calling (021) 4272022 or by emailing: foh@triskelartscentre.ie Tours for groups and schools can be facilitated. Tours last approx 1 hour and include a take-home information brochure More

  • Dublin Dance Festival presents 'Meet the Makers' Burrows and Fargion

    22nd May 2012 (Tue) at 16:00

    Peacock Theatre
    Meet Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion, the makers of Cheap Lecture and The Cow Piece (showing as part of Dublin Dance Festival). Delightfully absurd, funny and wise, these two pieces chance what one thinks dance can be. Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion are in conversation with Conor McPherson on the Peacock stage for 'Meet the Makers' More

  • Just A Song At Twilight

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    22nd May 2012 (Tue) from 20:00 - 22:00

    The Civic Theatre
    MAIN AUDITORIUM Fil Campbell presents "Just A Song At Twilight" A nostalgic night of popular Irish songs and stories from the 30s and 40s Come and have a good sing along to the Irish songs of a gentler era when Fil Campbell plays at the Civic. Fil presents an affectionate tribute to the Irish folk songs that generations of Irish grew up with - songs that were recorded by women like Delia Murphy, Bridie Gallagher and Mary O'Hara whose lives Fil documented in her RTÉ documentary series Songbirds. More

  • Pigeon

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    22nd May 2012 (Tue) - 2nd Jun 2012 (Sat) at 20:15

    Project Arts Centre
    Have you ever tried to build shelves only to have them collapse and smash the wedding crystal? Or opened another bill when your account is in the red? What's your breaking point? Pigeon is about that final straw, the story of an ordinary man caught in the crossfire. Tony has done the same job for twenty years, and then things change… He goes into DIY overdrive. Fixing things and sifting through his belongings, he can't decide what to keep and what to throw away. Is he losing his job, his home, his wife or his mind? A wonderfully wordless production filled with fascinating character masks performed to an upbeat soundtrack by Jack Cawley and Steve Wickham (The Waterboys). More

  • Triùir * Tair * Triúgh * Three * 3

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    22nd May 2012 (Tue) from 20:29 - 22:30

    Ionad Cois Locha, Dun Luiche
    Tionscnamh Lugh - promotion Featuring three wondrous voices, Seosaimhín Ní Bheaglaoich, voice Siân James, harp, voice Mary Macmaster, harp, voice This is a trad celebration of the shared musical traditions of the native-language communities in Ireland, Wales and Scotland. The whole gamut of the human condition is here: from achingly beautiful lullabies and heart-rending love songs to humorous tongue-twisters and macaronic mash-ups... Siân James, born in a small Welsh-speaking village in Powys, has been hailed as the finest singer and harpist of her generation. Singing mostly in Welsh, she is a wonderful storyteller too, weaving tales and legends throughout the music and translating the lyrics as she goes.Steeped in the tradition More

  • Dublin Dance Festival presents Dancing with Fire: technology, performance, objects and environments.

    23rd May 2012 (Wed) from 10:00 - 18:00

    Arts Technology Research Lab
    A symposium presented by the ATRL, School of Drama, Film and Music TCD, and the TCD Digital Arts and Humanities programme. In assoc with Dublin Dance Festival. Exploring the confluence of ideas generated by making performing arts in a digitally enabled world. Inspired by the power, creativity and community exemplified in projects which bring together artistic and technological invention. Renowned media artist Klaus Obermaier will present the keynote address. More

  • Children Literature Writing Workshop

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    24th May 2012 (Thu) - 26th May 2012 (Sat) from 12:09 - 17:00

    The Twelve Hotel
    Futa Fata, with financial support from Ealaín na Gaeltachta, are organising a workshop to develop, write and hopefully publish children's chapter books. More

  • Christchurch Tours

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    24th May 2012 (Thu) at 14:00

    Triskel Christchurch
    Christchurch Tours Every Thursday at 2pm (also on Tuesday at 12 noon) Triskel Christchurch The tour includes and introduction to the newly renovated building, the medieval and early modern history of the church, the building's distinctive features, its historical characters, the graveyard and the crypt. Bookings can be made by calling (021) 4272022 or by emailing: foh@triskelartscentre.ie Tours for groups and schools can be facilitated. Tours last approx 1 hour and include a take-home information brochure For more info click on the link below More

  • Dublin Dance Festival presents Dancing Futures, moves across Europe

    24th May 2012 (Thu) from 15:00 - 17:30

    DanceHouse
    This panel discussion is presented by Dublin Dance Festival and the Cultural Contact Point, Ireland, in association with Dance Ireland. An information session, chaired by Willie White, will offer a chance to learn more about opportunities and funding available through European projects. Presentations will be followed by a panel discussion exploring the experiences of those who have been involved in European projects. More

  • Contemporary Letterpress: The Night Prayer Book Project by Mary Plunkett This is a free event

    24th May 2012 (Thu) at 18:30

    National Print Museum
    Contemporary Letterpress: The Night Prayer Book Project by Mary Plunkett Thursday 24 May, 18.30 Free Admission More

  • Women's History Association of Ireland

    25th May 2012 (Fri) - 26th May 2012 (Sat) from 17:30 - 17:00

    Mater Dei, Institute of Education (DCU)
    Women's History Association of Ireland - Annual Conference on the 25-26 May 2012, @ Mater Dei Institute of Education (DCU). The theme this year is '1912: Irish Women before the Revolution' The Keynote Speaker on Fri 25th, 6-7pm is Dr Senia Paseta, St Hugh's College, University of Oxford author of 'Before the revolution: Nationalism, social change and Ireland's Catholic elite, 1879-1922' (Cork, 1999) speaking on 'Suffrage, Citizenship and Nationality in the 1912 Home Rule Bill' A full programme of panels will take place on Saturday - See the full Programme @ www.whai.ie/events All welcome to attend Friday 25th May (5.30-7.00pm) Saturday 26th May (9am-5pm) More

  • The Blue Boy

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    25th May 2012 (Fri) - 26th May 2012 (Sat)

    Project Arts Centre
    Following its success at Dublin Theatre Festival in 2011, The Blue Boy returns to Dublin. Urgent and vital, it deals with the experiences of men and women who were incarcerated as children in Catholic residential care institutions. The Blue Boy combines startling choreography with live music, recorded interviews, multi-media, and film to reveal stories of childhood abuse in Ireland. This compelling work evokes hidden violence and gives intense physical expression to the anguish experienced by those who were silenced - it is essential watching for our times. Contains material that some may find disturbing. Brokentalkers are members of Project Catalyst, Project Arts Centre's Associate Artist scheme. More

  • Silk Fibre Papermaking Workshop (National Print Museum)

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    27th May 2012 (Sun) from 11:00 - 17:00

    National Print Museum
    In this one-day, experimental workshop, participants will be introduced to three different techniques applied in silk papermaking. Sunday 27 May, 11.00 - 17.00 Cost: €70 (Max. 10 people) More

  • Musicam Gaudiam - Music of Joy

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    27th May 2012 (Sun) from 20:00 - 21:30

    St Mary's Pro Cathedral
    Dublin Bach Singers present "Musicam Gaudiam" Music of Joy Handel: Dixit Dominus Monteverdi: Adoramus te, Christe Christe, Adoraus te Beatus Vir Schütz: Jauchzet dem Herrn, alle welt Dublin Bach Singers Orchestra of St Cecilia Blánaid Murphy, conductor Sunday 27th May 2012 @ 8pm St Mary's Pro-Cathedral Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 Tickets €15 (available at the door) Join the Dublin Bach Singers and the Orchestra of St. Cecilia conducted by Blánaid Murphy for "Musicam Gaudiam". This enchanting concert will feature Monteverdi's Beatus Vir and Handel's jubilant, and virtuosic Dixit Dominus amongst other works. Tickets, priced €15, will be available at the door. More

  • A Great Kerry Academic & Public Man

    28th May 2012 (Mon) from 08:00 - 10:00

    St. Johns Theatre & Arts Centre
    Professor John A. Murphy, Emeritus Professor of History U.C.C. will deliver a lecture on President Alfred O'Rahilly, U.C.C. Dr Denis Brosnan, founder of Kerry Group will reflect on his time at U.C.C and the guest of honour is Minister Jimmy Deenihan. Presented by U.C.C President Dr Michael Murphy, graduates and friends of U.C.C. in celebration of their Kerry connections. More

  • The Chairs

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    28th May 2012 (Mon) - 2nd Jun 2012 (Sat) at 20:00

    Project Arts Centre
    In a lighthouse on the edge of civilisation an old man and an old woman are waiting. They await the arrival of the town's people to their home. Everyone, from the Mayor to the Blacksmith, the Colonel to the Courtesan will be there. It is possible the Emperor himself may attend. Because tonight, after a long life of bewilderment and underachievement, the old man has finally decided to tell all. He will reveal who he really is, what he should really have become, and, ultimately impart the secret of what life is really all about - a message that may indeed have the power to save humanity! More

  • Christchurch Tours

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    29th May 2012 (Tue) at 12:00

    Triskel Christchurch
    The tour includes an introduction to the newly renovated building, the medieval and early modern history of the church, the building's distinctive features, its historical characters, the graveyard and the crypt. Bookings can be made by calling (021) 4272022 or by emailing: foh@triskelartscentre.ie Tours for groups and schools can be facilitated. Tours last approx 1 hour and include a take-home information brochure More

  • Cúpla Focail Irish Language Class at Áras an Mhuilinn, Mullingar

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    30th May 2012 (Wed) - 6th Jun 2012 (Wed)

    Áras an Mhuilinn (Comhaltas Regional Resource Centre)
    Ranganna Gaeilge - Informal Cúpla Focail Class every Wednesday at 11 am Comhrá agus cupán tae! More

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