Archive for February 2018

Art at Dublin Port

Last Friday saw a special screening of a documentary film dedicated to the workers at Dublin Port. The event took place at The Lab Gallery on Foley Street and included a walk through of commissioned port artwork entitled ‘Transit Gateway’ […]

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Ballsbridge Students Strut Their Stuff

Students at Ballsbridge College are holding a fashion show this week as part of their Event Management course. The night is being staged in aid of the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and will take place at the Russell Court hotel […]

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The Cinema Corner – February 23rd

The Cinema Corner - February 23rd

If you were around in the 1990s you’ll be familiar with the name Tonya Harding. In I, Tonya, Margot Robbie is excellent as the disgraced skater in a biopic that keeps its audience enthralled with a larger than life roster […]

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Captain’s Brunch at Railway Union

Captain's Brunch at Railway Union

Railway Union RFC are hosting their club captain’s pre-match brunch on the morning of the Ireland v Wales game in Donnybrook on February 25th. “We changed our club structures five years ago so that the club captain would be separate […]

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Dock Workers Society Hands Over Docs

The Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society has spent the last seven years collecting documents and photographs in an effort to preserve the industrial history of Dublin Docks. This Thursday they will be handing over their collection to Dublin City Council […]

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St Patrick’s celebrations

St Patrick’s celebrations

It’s that time of the year again, when we and the rest of the world celebrate all things Irish. St Patrick’s Day has really snazzed itself up from previous decades of watching barely put together locals floating down O’Connell Street […]

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Valentine’s Day a very short history

Valentine’s Day a very short history

By Kathrin Kobus All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” Wise words of wisdom for gifting from Charles M.Schulz, creator of the Peanuts cartoons. Chocolate, flowers, cards and other candies, and please husbands, boyfriends, […]

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Looking forward in delight

Looking forward in delight

February sees The Gate Theatre liberating ground-breaking theatrical language from the explosive words of playwright John Osborne, and through the creative eyes of award-winning Irish theatre director Annabelle Comyn. Look Back In Anger (1956) is widely considered to have changed […]

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Traffic Cone Epidemic Hits Dublin 4

An infestation of traffic cones has recently blighted the Dublin 4 area. Nobody has the slightest clue where these cones have arrived from, although the foreman in charge of some local road works suspects he might have the answer. The […]

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Mid Season Football Round-up

By Paul Carton After gaining promotion to Major Saturday League 1A last season, Ringsend Rovers are in a good position to achieve back to back promotions as they are currently in third place, three points behind leaders Broadford Rovers but […]

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