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Film on Dublin Docks to Screen at IFI

The Irish Film Institute in Temple Bar will be showcasing a new documentary entitled “Keepers of the Port”, as part of two screenings on September 23rd for “Port | River | City”, a project funded by Dublin Port Company through […]

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Culture Vulture Alert!

We all like a bit of culture now and again, and even those who are not artistically inclined will find themselves wandering the streets of Dublin at least once a year in search of creative fulfillment. Well that special annual […]

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It Will be Alight on the Night!

It Will be Alight on the Night!

Last week at the Vintage Inn in Ringsend, saw Alight! launch a new book celebrating their accomplishments over the previous number of months. ALIGHT! is an inclusive participation project led by CoisCéim BROADREACH, which aims to inspire and connect the […]

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The Cinema Corner – September 15th

The Cinema Corner - September 15th

Steven Spielberg’s 1977 sci-fi masterpiece Close Encounters of the Third Kind has been granted a brand spanking new 4K restoration and plays at the Lighthouse this week. Richard Dreyfuss gives a career best performance as the suburbanite who finds himself […]

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Sailing Fun at Poolbeg

This Sunday, 17th of September, Poolbeg Yacht Club in Ringsend will be hosting the “Topaz Fun Festival” to celebrate a successful Summer season of Junior Sailing. There will be Topaz racing, entertainment, and of course, the ubiquitous BBQ! Admission is […]

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A Shout Out for D4 Talent!

Summer is over, X-Factor is back on the telly, and that means that Christmas is looming and talent season is upon us. With that in mind, and with multiple opportunities for those who wish to showcase their abilities, NewsFour wants […]

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Leinster kick off season at RDS

Last Friday night saw the Leinster rugby team kick off their brand new season at home with a match against the Cardiff Blues at the RDS in Ballsbridge. This was the team’s second match in the Guinness Pro14 competition and […]

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Want to join a Choir?

Do you ever find yourself singing in the shower? Joining in with the latest tunes on the car stereo, or watching X-Factor and thinking you can do better? Well, maybe you should join a choir! Sandymount Gospel Choir are holding […]

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The Cinema Corner – September 8th

The Cinema Corner - September 8th

The Lighthouse cinema’s season of movies revolving around journalism continues with some absolute crackers this week. Nothing more needs to be said about Citizen Kane, which plays Sunday. You can also catch Sidney Lumet’s brilliant media satire Network on Friday […]

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Famine Display Continues

An exhibition to commemorate the Irish Famine, which lasted from 1845 to 1852, continues until the end of September in Dublin’s city centre. The event, entitled ‘The Irish Potato Famine”, is running on the top floor of St Stephen’s Green […]

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