RETURN TO ABSENCE

Dance/ 21 May 2014 - 23 May 2014

€22 - €18 (Book 3 or 4 different shows marked as "Dance Deals" and get 15% off full price tickets. Book for 5 or more different shows and get 20% off!)

“A virtuoso performance… a striking visual success” Los Angeles Times on Cold Dream Colour Return to Absence inhabits the rich and peculiar realm of Samuel Beckett’s trilogy of novels Molloy, Malone Dies and The Unnamable. This new work embodies the…

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DUBLIN DANCE FESTIVAL 2014

Dance/ 20 May 2014 - 31 May 2014

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A feast of the hottest dance from around the globe awaits you this May – Dublin Dance Festival, Ireland’s leading dance event, is back! This landmark 10th Festival promises to inspire and delight with outstanding artists from home and abroad…

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BOYS AND GIRLS

Theatre/ 13 May 2014 - 17 May 2014

€13 - €10 - €8 (May 14 - 2 tickets for the price of just €12!)

DO NOT BRING YOUR KIDS (or do, but it might scar them for life). Emerging from the Irish spoken word scene, this play paints the Dublin nightscape in pyrotechnic verse; 4 intercut voices muse, tease, and rant in an ever-escalating…

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THE FRENCH DIPLOMAT'S OFFICE: BARBARA BLOOM

Exhibitions/ 09 May 2014 - 28 Jun 2014

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Barbara Bloom Curated by Tessa Giblin ADMISSION FREE The French Diplomat’s Office is a site-specific installation of a key work by this significant American artist, and the first time Barbara Bloom has shown in Ireland. The French Diplomat’s Office is…

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VISUAL ARTS WORKERS FORUM

Special Event/ 09 May 2014 - 09 May 2014

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Project Arts Centre is proud to present the third conference of the Visual Arts Workers Forum. Designed to engage and give a platform for debate to workers across the visual arts – artists, writers, curators, educators, funders, gallerists, shippers, framers to…

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BREAK A LEG

Theatre/ 29 Apr 2014 - 10 May 2014

€15 - €12 (All tickets 28 April just €10!)

A new show from acclaimed playwright and director Peter Sheridan based on his recent memoir, Break A Leg, which tells the story of his life in the theatre, and delving deeply into Sheridan’s life, as well as the wider culture…

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