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Irishtown Stage School Presents Matilda

Irishtown Stage School Presents Matilda

Switch off your Telly and get The Smell of Rebellion, as Irishtown Stage School takes on Matilda! Based on Roald Dahl’s children’s novel, the school is putting on a mini-production of Tim Minchin’s massively popular musical tonight in Ringsend College.

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Cinema Roundup December 11th

Cinema Roundup December 11th

John Carpenter’s Halloween is often mistakenly credited as the first slasher movie but director Bob Clark beat him by four years with his seasonal Canadian thriller Black Christmas. With a sorority of college girls menaced by an unseen stalker, the […]

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Cinema Roundup December 4th

Cinema Roundup December 4th

There’s a distinctly Eastern European flavour to the roundup this week. The pick of the new releases is 11 Minutes, the latest from veteran Polish auteur Jerzy Skolimowski. It sees a bunch of characters linked by the events that occur […]

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Ringsend Arts Festival Street Art Workshop

Ringsend Arts Festival Street Art Workshop

Local artist Sueann Moore and street artist Fink gave a street art workshop for local children as part of the Ringsend Arts Festival over the weekend! Photos by NewsFour’s Jennifer Reddin

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Cinema Roundup November 27th

Cinema Roundup November 27th

The movie that introduced us to the iconic character of John Rambo, First Blood plays late Friday night at the Lighthouse. In this first movie, Rambo is a melancholy figure, scarred by his war experiences and forced into violence by the […]

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Winter Fair at the National Print Museum

Winter Fair at the National Print Museum

Immerse yourself in a winter wonderland this weekend with the National Print Museum’s fifth Winter Fair! The musuem’s mezzanine level will play host to a winter market, featuring stalls from a range of sellers, with some great gift ideas from […]

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Cinema Roundup November 20th

Cinema Roundup November 20th

Talking Heads fans will want to head down to the Lighthouse on Saturday night, where Stop Making Sense will be screened. Considered by many to be the greatest concert film of them all, the show features David Byrne and co. […]

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Ringsend Arts Festival

Ringsend Arts Festival

Experience the Heart of Ringsend! Ringsend Community Services Forum wants to show the Heart of Ringsend with an exhibition of local art, as well as other great activities over the three-day event, from November 27-29.

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Fortune’s Wheel in Pearse Street Library

Fortune’s Wheel in Pearse Street Library

The legend of Dublin’s 1950s lion tamers lives on in Pearse Street Library tomorrow! Pearse Street Library will be screening Fortune’s Wheel, an award-winning documentary about Fairview native and Dublin folklore legend Bill Stephens, who, with his wife Mai, aimed […]

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Cinema Roundup November 13th

Cinema Roundup November 13th

One of the year’s best movies opens this week. Tangerine is a thrilling tale of two trans prostitutes traversing a very non-seasonal Los Angeles on Christmas Eve. Shot on iPhones and featuring a largely amateur cast, the film is quietly revolutionary […]

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