Archive for the Culture Category

Cinema Roundup July 10th

Orson Welles’ classic film noir Touch of Evil has been reissued by the British Film Institute and can be seen this week at the Irish Film Institute and Lighthouse Cinema. It’s the definitive 1998 version, which was reconstructed using notes […]

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Cinema Roundup July 3rd

The Lighthouse cinema is launching a new season of movies throughout the summer. Tilted ‘Films You’d Love Your Kids To See’, it will showcase some of the great ‘kids’ movies of the ’80s and hopefully introduce them to a new […]

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Cinema Roundup June 26th

Cinema Roundup June 26th

It’s another great week for Dublin cinemagoers, with one of the year’s best new releases and a bunch of classics returning to the screen, the best of which is The Third Man, playing all week at the Irish Film Institute in […]

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Cinema Roundup 19th June

Cinema Roundup 19th June

On Saturday, the IFI opens its doors for free screenings of a host of classics, along with the Irish debuts of Manglehorn, starring Al Pacino, and Cannes hit The Wonders. Boasting arguably the strongest lineup in the history of the […]

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Sandymount Community Day Art Exhibition

Sandymount Community Day Art Exhibition

Take in some of what Dublin’s art scene has to offer at Sandymount Community Day! Sandymount Green will play host to an art exhibition with the theme of Sandymount Strand and Dublin Bay from 2-5pm this Sunday. It will feature […]

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The Green Scene

The Green Scene

“If a June night could talk, it would probably boast it invented romance.” – Bern Williams Is there anything more beautiful than walking among roses on a beautiful June morning? It’s that time of year, and as the days move […]

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The Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert

The Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert

On January 16th 1938, the first ever Jazz and Swing concert took place at Carnegie Hall with the Benny Goodman Band and guests. All 3,000 tickets were sold in hours to wealthy New Yorkers. Metronome magazine reported 5,000 Hoi Polloi […]

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Art Rises in Dublin 4

Irishtown native and avid photographer Graham Barry has launched a unique community enterprise initiative helping to promote new artists, enhance local businesses and support a charity in the process. After over 10 years of taking photos as a hobby, Barry […]

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Vote in RIAI’s Irish Architecture Awards

Vote in RIAI's Irish Architecture Awards

Get your vote in for this year’s Irish Architecture Awards! Every year The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) asks the public to vote for their favourite architectural project. 36 projects have been shortlisted for the Public Choice […]

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John’s landmark art

John’s landmark art

There is a new artist in Dublin 4 and his name is John Frazer. John, right, originally from Northern Ireland but who has been a Sandymount resident for the last four years, has recently catered to his creative streak and […]

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