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Cinema Roundup January 22nd

Cinema Roundup January 22nd

It’s a packed week of releases with movies that are good, movies that are bad, and movies that are so bad they’re good. The must see is The Assassin, a stunning Chinese period martial arts drama. If, like me, your knowledge […]

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Cinema Roundup January 15th

We’re well and truly into awards season and this week sees the arrival of three of the main contenders. The best is Creed, the latest installment in the Rocky saga. This one sees Stallone acting as mentor to the son of […]

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Remembering Ringsend in 1916

Remembering Ringsend in 1916

Want to find out about Ringsend during the 1916 Rising? Ringsend College is running a free ten-week course from tomorrow! All are welcome to attend Remembering Ringsend in 1916, which will not only delve into what was happening in Ringsend […]

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National Print Museum Calls for 1916 Artifacts

National Print Museum Calls for 1916 Artifacts

Could you contribute to an exhibition about 1916? The National Print Museum has put out a call for ephemera related to the 1916 Rising, so that it can put together an exhibition which engages the public with a fresh slant!

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Adopt a Monument with the Heritage Council

Do you want to get involved with local heritage? The Heritage Council is looking for groups to take part in the inaugural year of its Adopt a Monument Scheme! The Heritage Council is charged with taking care of Ireland’s national […]

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Cinema Roundup January 8th

Cinema Roundup January 8th

We’ve only got two new movies this week, but one of them is a biggie. Quentin Tarantino’s latest is The Hateful Eight, which sees him sticking with the western genre following the misfire that was 2012’s Django Unchained. This one’s a […]

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A Lonely Impulse of Delight

A Lonely Impulse of Delight

Celebrate the influence of WB Yeats on today’s artists with “A Lonely Impulse of Delight” at SO Fine Art Editions. 2015 marked 150 years since the birth of Sandymount native WB Yeats, but you still have a chance to take […]

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The Unsung Heroes of 1916

The Unsung Heroes of 1916

It was Florence McDonnell who answered Bernie Byrne’s call from Home Instead, for people to share their personal stories that were passed down by family members from 1916. “My father would sit the whole family down every Friday night and […]

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Cinema Roundup: December 18th

Cinema Roundup: December 18th

Playing all week at the Irish Film Institute is a restored version of Powell and Pressburger’s 1948 masterpiece The Red Shoes. Following Moira Shearer’s ballerina as she becomes a sensation, the film combines vivid colours and outrageous camerawork to create one […]

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Mansion House Book Launch

Mansion House Book Launch

The Mansion House’s 300th anniversary celebrations have come to a close with the launch of a new book outlining its history, The Mansion House Dublin, 300 Years of History and Hospitality! Edited by City Archivist Mary Clark, the book is […]

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