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100 Years of Claude Debussy

It is perhaps one of the most recognised pieces of classical music along with the likes of Edvard Grieg’s Peer Cynt Suite No.1 ‘Morning Mood’ and Frederic Chopin’s Nocturnes, but do we really know Clair de Lune, or the man…

‘Colour Is Life’ Exhibition at the National Gallery

Emil Nolde was one of the first artists of the expressionist movement and member of the original expressionist groups. Born 7th August 1867 in Nolde, Denmark, he came from a traditional protestant farming background, one which he would later detach…

In The Loop

Romeo and Juliet at the Helix : The Royal Moscow ballet are bringing their production of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Romeo and Juliet to the Helix on Saturday the 10th March.This ballet, which premiered eighty years ago with a beautiful and…

In The Loop

Conversation about cultures of Naming with Nicoline van Harskamp: The Project Arts Centre will host ‘Englishes’ , a solo exhibition by Nicoline Van Harskamp, from 15th February to 31st March. Van Haskamp is looking for public engagement in order to…

The Artists’ Suffrage League

The Suffragette movement was a testimony to how protesting and resilience can truly make a difference. The women of the suffragist era took on incredible demonstrations with little fear of breaking the law, all in desperation to campaign for their…

In The Loop: Where We Live

Where We Live is presented by THISISPOPBABY with St Patrick’s Festival. Production house THISISPOPBABY  are taking the idea of what it means to be Irish as the basis of the ten day curated program ‘Where We Live’  as part of…

Brian Maguire At the IMMA

The IMMA presents a series of new works by artist Brian Maguire, ‘War changes its address, the Aleppo paintings’. The exhibition is based on the continuing conflicts and struggle for power in Aleppo, Syria that Maguire has both seen and…

National Campaign For the Arts

The National Campaign for the Arts was established in 2009 in order to have a body representative of the arts in Ireland to ensure the arts remain viewed as an integral part of contemporary Ireland. The NCFA has expressed deep…

Women In Art

Over the past few weeks there has been no shortage of news regarding the treatment of women in the arts. The outburst of claims and reports of abuse by several high profile artists has been received with shock and disgust…

What’s On In Dublin?

In Life’s Pocket: Dublin Artist Miriam McConnon’s new work focuses on domestic objects. Her works have been created to link people to the domesticities in their lives, and to make people reevaluate the meaning these items have to an individual….

Forgotten Places: The Eblana Theatre

The general student population will have never heard of the Eblana Theatre, most likely due to its closure in 1995. Yet, it is a theatre which has been subtly present in Dublin life, and in many commuters’ lives ever since…

What’s On In Dublin This Month?

Be My Baby: The Sugar Club continue their themed evenings with ‘Be My Baby’, a night celebrating the wonderful music of Phil Spector who dominated the music scene in the 1960s and 1970s. He produced songs such as ‘River Deep,…