TradFest Family Concert now on sale! Come along and enjoy the wonderful music of well known Irish band Kíla as part of Temple Bar TradFest this January. Interactive and energetic, these eight multi-talented multi-instrumentalists are sure to get your feet tapping and your hearts racing as you listen to them perform. For more info and […]
Family Trad Gig: Kíla
2015 will mark the 10th year of TradFest – a festival based in Dublin’s Temple Bar, showcasing the full spectrum of traditional & folk music in some of Dublin’s most unique venues. The Festival presents both established and up and coming artists, giving new voices a chance to be heard as part of this internationally renowned […]
Nazimova’s Salome (1923) is a celebration and expansion of queer aesthetics. There is a lot of emphasis on effeminate boys, but it is in the central performance by the androgynous Nazimova (who was forty four years of age when playing the teenager Salome) that the film has its slender, graceful, and tough-as-iron anchor. This film […]
A play about brothers, Dublin and dance music Join Jason, a wannabe DJ on a chemically enhanced trip through the streets of Dublin as he stumbles from one misguided misadventure to another. Somewhere between the DJs, decks, drug busts and hilltop raves, he stumbles across a familiar face from the past, his brother Daniel. […]
The Winter Art Studio is a fun and creative experience that enables the whole family to engage with and create visual art together. Presented by The Ark and The LAB Gallery/Dublin City Council Arts Office Saturdays 6 & 27 Dec and 3 & 10 Jan @ 10.30am, 1pm & 3pm
This concert focuses on the music of John McLachlan in celebration of the composers’ fiftieth birthday, and will also feature works by other Irish composers which feature on Mary Dullea’s upcoming album, to be launched at CMC.
Ian Wilson’s series ‘Scoring History’ featuring the Vanbrugh Quartet, takes audiences on a journey through 200 years of the string quartet canon.
A thriller from the writer of RTÉ’s LOVE / HATE. It’s 1986 and a visitor arrives to a small farm in Armagh with the job of rooting out a police informer. Paranoia grips as the farmer Joe, his son Thomas, and a long-serving farm hand, Barney, all fall under suspicion. An electrifying exploration of a […]
Works by John Buckley, Solfa Carlile, Rhona Clarke, Patrick Connolly, Benjamin Dwyer, Philip Hammond.