Archive for the Culture Category

Spanish language film in Pearse Street Library

Pearse Street Library will host a screening of the Spanish language film La Sonrisa Verdadera (True Smile) tomorrow evening. A 2014 documentary written and directed by Juan Rayos and co-written by Juan Manuel Aznárez Rosado, it follows the latter and […]

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Culture Night coming to Dublin 4

Culture Night coming to Dublin 4

Culture Night will be celebrated across the city next Friday September 16th, and residents of D4 will have plenty to enjoy. The Royal Hospital Donnybrook boasts an impressive art collection, featuring 140 pieces of work from the likes of Patrick […]

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The Cinema Corner September 2nd

The Cinema Corner September 2nd

It’s a busy week for new releases, the best of which is French drama Things to Come. Gallic acting legend Isabelle Huppert delivers one of her finest performances as a philosophy teacher who finds herself having to reinvent her life […]

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The Cinema Corner – August 26th

The Cinema Corner - August 26th

Having left Hollywood to hook up professionally and romantically with Italian director Roberto Rossellini, Ingrid Bergman gave one of her finest performances in their 1954 collaboration Journey to Italy, which you can see on Sunday afternoon at the Irish Film […]

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Heritage Week in Dublin 4

Heritage Week begins in the coming days, and here we have a guide to the events happening in the area. Morehampton Grove Bioblitz A fun activity for all ages, participants will be searching for and recording as much wildlife as […]

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The Cinema Corner August 19th

The Cinema Corner August 19th

Brady Corbet is a young American actor who has popped up in some of the best movies from both sides of the Atlantic over the past few years. It seems he was taking notes while working with filmmakers like Michael […]

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DCC Notes

DCC Notes

There were two meetings of the Dublin City Council’s South East Area Committee over the months of June and July. Major issues raised amongst both councillors and local residents concerned the state of roads, pavements and pedestrian access in the […]

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The Somme – Counterpoint to the Easter Rising

The Somme  -  Counterpoint to the Easter Rising

The 100th Year anniversary of 1916 has enfolded our focus and many commemorations have brought the stories of the Irish Rebels to the fore once again. Before and after the significant events of the Easter Rising, Irishmen were encouraged to […]

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Remembering 1916 at Ringsend College

Remembering 1916 at Ringsend College

Ringsend College will be putting together and publishing a booklet of stories, photos and memorabilia from the Remembering 1916 course that was compiled and arranged at the Ringsend College writers’ class from the months of January to May 2016, each […]

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The Citizens’ Breakfast: A Bloomsday treat

The Citizens’ Breakfast: A Bloomsday treat

One of the highlights of the Bloomsday festivities in Dublin was the inaugural Citizens’ Breakfast, a Bloomsday Theatre experience presented by Time Machine Events. It would have been difficult to find a more original or striking Bloomsday production this year, […]

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