SEÁN MILLAR

30 Oct 2009 - 30 Oct 2009

€15

A rare one off Dublin gig from Seán Millar, aka Doctor Millar, and his troupe of musicians, singers and DJs.llBk3-CkGgoCatch up with Seán Millar on Myspace here. Performance Dates, Tickets and Information30 OCT 2009~ Tickets€15/12 (conc)Duration approx 2 hours including…

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AMBITEXTURE

29 Oct 2009 - 29 Oct 2009

€15

A live solo performance of a series of interconnected pieces of music with a technological twist. Jack Cawley performed a similar type of piece with Alan Howley for Project Brand New in January and in July 2009 and wrote and…

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HEATHERS

28 Oct 2009 - 28 Oct 2009

€8

19 year old twin sisters Ellie and Louise Macnamara aka Heathers return to Project Arts Centre following a US tour and an appearance on this year’s New Sound Stage at Oxegen.MA_Ez0QUVWY    0CnNbLZxZK0Catch up with Heathers on Myspace here. Performance Dates,…

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NIGHTHAWKS AT PROJECT ARTS CENTRE

27 Oct 2009 - 27 Oct 2009

€17.50

An exciting mix of arts, everything from music to poetry, and stand-up to dance. Performances include quirky pop from Vyvienne Long, indie from Pony Club, poetry from Colm Keegan and stand-up from Enda Muldoon and Damon Blake.Nighthawks has been running…

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ROGER DOYLE @ 60

25 Oct 2009 - 25 Oct 2009

€15

A concert celebrating the music of Roger Doyle, the grandfather of Irish electronic music, on his 60th birthday. A number of works from Doyle’s back catalogue will be performed alongside the world premiere of his newly commissioned work The Room…

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AN TSEANBHRÓG (THE OLD SHOE)

24 Oct 2009 - 24 Oct 2009

€15

Dráma grinn é An tSeanbhróg a fhéachann go caolchúiseach ar Éirinn agus ar an spin náisiúnach. Tugann an dráma seo dearcadh difriúil ar an stáir dúinn, agus déantar cíoradh faoi Leith ar an Éireannachas, ó thaobh na nGael de ach…

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EVERY VERSION BELONGS TO THE MYTH

Exhibitions/ 23 Oct 2009 - 05 Dec 2009

€0

Maria Barnas (NL), Michael Fortune & Aileen Lambert (IE), Felix Gmelin (DE), Mahony (AT), Gareth Moore (CA), Pavel Pepperstein (RU), Amalia Pica (AR) and Elizabeth Price (UK) Every Version Belongs to the Myth is a collaborative curatorial project between Tessa Giblin…

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CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

17 Oct 2009 - 17 Oct 2009

€15

Irish Comedian Vs American Death PenaltyFresh from a sell out run at Edinburgh Comedy Festival, Cruel and Unusual is a unique stand-up show and the story of comedian Keith Farnan’s crusade against the death penalty. From law school in Ireland…

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CASTER

Exhibitions/ 12 Oct 2009 - 12 Oct 2009

€0

CASTER   Annie Vigier and Franck Apertet (les gens d’Uterpan) A choreographic piece for an exhibition space. The choreographers are stimulated by the formation of movement, and the structured organization of performances. CASTER, by Les gens d’Uterpan begins from a position…

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INTERNATIONAL CRITICS' FORUM (2009)

08 Oct 2009 - 08 Oct 2009

€8

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2016 EVENT Irish Theatre Magazine hosts its annual International Critics' Forum, at which leading theatre critics from home and abroad offer lively discussion and analysis of the highlights of the Festival programme. The panel will include…

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YOUNG CRITICS' PANEL (2009)

04 Oct 2009 - 04 Oct 2009

€10

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2016 EVENT The National Association for Youth Drama (NAYD) presents the Young Critics’ Panel involving young people from youth theatres around Ireland. This will provide a platform for youth theatre members to discuss and articulate their…

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PHEDRE IN DEVELOPMENT

01 Oct 2009 - 01 Oct 2009

€1

Building on the success of the inaugural 2008 programme, the Festival will again provide audiences with an opportunity to see major Irish theatrical works in development before they reach full production on the stage – possibly in future Festival programmes.…

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THE CRUMB TRAIL

29 Sep 2009 - 04 Oct 2009

€22

The death of the fairy tale. Can we live in a world without fairy tales?A stark illumination of the cherished fable Hansel and Gretel, Gina Moxley’s The Crumb Trail explores the isolation that comes from groping for survival in a…

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SILVER STARS

28 Sep 2009 - 04 Oct 2009

€18

Featuring a community chorus of old and not-so-old gay men, Silver Stars is a moving and eloquent song-cycle which tells the truly remarkable real-life stories of ordinary men in search of happiness and fulfilment, in a country that was challenged…

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CULTURE NIGHT

28 Sep 2009 - 28 Sep 2009

€51

Dublin Culture Night will take place on Friday September 25, a night of entertainment, discovery and adventure in Dublin city as over 120 arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks and…

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REHEARSED READINGS

19 Sep 2009 - 19 Sep 2009

€5

A series of rehearsed readings curated by ABSOLUT FRINGE and Thomas Conway, Druid’s literary manager with short feedback sessions after each one. 3 new plays, 3 emerging writers, 3 young companies, 3 sizzling encounters, 3 chances to have your say.…

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A USEFUL PLAY

08 Sep 2009 - 08 Sep 2009

€16

Dublin’s most surprising festival, Dublin Fringe Festival is back – an this year Project Arts Centre and Absolut Fringe are collaborating on four very special performances, and here's one of them......A play about an idea for a film yet to…

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CORRIB GAS PROJECT ARTS CENTRE

Exhibitions/ 28 Aug 2009 - 10 Oct 2009

€0

Séamus Nolan Curated by Jonathan Carroll and Tessa Giblin FREE ADMISSION "..his exhibitions and projects are as much about the conversations that happen around them as they are about what you’re looking at." Irish Times This exhibition looks at the…

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CRYSTAL'S HOUSE

25 Jul 2009 - 25 Jul 2009

€18

A hilarious new Irish comedy about sons, mothers, lovers and shattered dreams.Belfast student Martin lives as part of a ménage of outlandish characters all struggling to make sense of the 1970s psychosexual revolution under the watchful eye of their colourful…

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THE PREHISTORY OF THE CRISIS (2)

Exhibitions/ 02 Jul 2009 - 15 Aug 2009

€0

Susanne Bosch, Anthony Haughey, Daniel Jewesbury and Sinéad McCann FREE ADMISSION As Ireland experiences recession and unemployment rapidly rises, four artists with a common interest in the complexities of multicultural living come together to examine attitudes to migration before this…

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