Deck the Halls with Project Treats!

Watch this space as we present a feast of festive treats and gift ideas!  

Final orders for Irish delivery this Friday 17 Dec

Purchase in Project until Tuesday 21 Dec

Gift Vouchers – The Gift of a Night Less Ordinary

Give the gift of a night less ordinary. Our gift vouchers can be used to purchase tickets, to become a Project Person or at our bookshop.

The Gift of a Night Less Ordinary: Project Gift Vouchers

Tickets to Next Year’s Fabulous Shows

Coming up in the new year we have two absolute gems with Brokentalker’s The Examination (Winner of Best Production & Best Soundscape, Irish Times Theatre Awards; Winner of Best Production and Best Performer for Willie White, Dublin Fringe Festival) and Talking Shop Ensemble & Run of the Mill Theatre’s Making a Mark (Winner of Judges’ Choice Award and nominee for Best Production and Best Performer for Mark Smith, Dublin Fringe Festival). Why not grab tickets for these spectacular shows for the theatre-lover in your life?

Hiya Fashion!

Looking for a stylish stocking-stuffer? Probably this season’s most practical gift, we’ve got Project masks in a range of colours.. a Project blue, a sophisticated black, and, if you like your cheeks rosy, a Christmasy red or a gorgeous pink!   

Purchase a Project Arts Centre Mask


On 26 August, in partnership with Project Arts Centre, Dublin-based performance journal DRAFF publishes THIS IS NOT A DRAMATISATION _ THIS IS REALLY HAPPENING, an edited collection of conversations between artists exploring the place of live performance in a digital world.

How does contemporary performance, an art form based in presence and bodily realities, respond to our increasingly digital and disembodied world? Drawn from DRAFF’s six-year print and digital archive, this series of twelve conversations explores experimental contemporary performance that centres on the body.

Purchase DRAFF

Sandra Johnston – Wait it Out: Publication

This year, Project Arts Centre launched Wait it Out, a book that relates to the research and preparations made for Sandra Johnston’s solo exhibition with newly commissioned works in Project Arts Centre in 2019. Iterations of the work from this exhibition have recently been added to the collections of The Arts Council Ireland / An Chomhairle Ealaíon and IMMA.

Purchase Wait it Out

Become a Project Person – or Give it as a Gift!

By becoming a Project Person you’ll get exclusive access to what makes Project Arts Centre special. You can help provide vital support to the work we do and help artists realise their vision. Or you can gift to a loved one to reap the benefits while supporting the arts!

Now, more than ever we need your support. Help us to make sure our future and that of the artists we support is secure and bright – you can make a difference.

Exclusive Access to What Makes Project Arts Centre Special: Project People

Empireland Scarf

Empireland scarf - Mark O'Kelly - Project Arts Centre, Dublin
Empireland scarf – Mark O’Kelly – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Get this Empireland Scarf: Artist Mark O’Kelly’s Limited Edition Wearable Artwork for the art-lovers in your life! This gorgeous piece of wearable art was created to go along with the the display of Mark O’Kelly’s history painting Empireland at Project Arts Centre. See the Empireland on display now at IMMA as part of The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-NowChapter Four: Protest and Conflict.

Limited Edition Prints by Christopher Mahon: Samarkhand Heads

Christopher Mahon - Limited Edition Print - Exhibitions and Event s at Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Limited Edition Prints by Christopher Mahon: Samarkhand Heads

Limited Edition Prints by Jesse Jones: Did I Disturb Ye, Good People?

Jesse Jones Signed Prints - Tremble Tremble - Exhibtions and Events at Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Limited Edition Prints by Jesse Jones: Did I Disturb Ye, Good People?

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