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OFFline Film Fest now accepting film submissions

Are you a film student, graduate or just enthusiastic about creating cinema magic? If so, OFFline Film Festival are now calling for submissions of films made by first time directors, writers and producers.

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Built This Way BIAS – exhibition that aims to expose bias in AI

B.J. Quinn Following the easing of lockdown restrictions, the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin reopened its doors to the public last October with a launch party for BIAS: Built This Way — a free, interactive, wholly thought-provoking exhibition that […]

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Painting & Memory Jack B. Yeats celebrated at The National Gallery of Ireland

B.J. Quinn “No one creates. The artist assembles memories.” – Jack B. Yeats Coinciding with the 150th anniversary of the birth of one of Ireland’s most important artists, The National Gallery of Ireland is hosting an exhibition exploring the role […]

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Feeling Festive in the Christmas (F)air…

Louise Whelan If you can imagine Christmas spirit as a wonderland, well you’d be spot on because that is exactly what the Christmas Fair in Irishtown Stadium was designed to look like, with an amazing, classic embodiment of an enchanting […]

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2021 Christmas Gift Guide

Geneva Pattison Tis’ the season for giving and sharing kindness with one another. However, Brexit has made aspects of online shopping unnecessarily  complex and ultimately, more costly than one would hope with extra import duties and customs fees. We don’t […]

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Santa Cycle, brain injury & a story of bravery

Santa Cycle, brain injury & a story of bravery

Every charity needs a little help from the public around this time of year, and why not help a worthwhile cause while being Santa-tastic at the same time? On Sunday the 5th of December at 4pm, the Laurels Cycle Crew will set off on their way, cycling 20km to raise money for the brain injury charity Headway.

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Enjoy Xmas in November! : RCSF Christmas Market

Are you craving a bit of joy in November, the type of holly-jolly joy that can only come from a Christmas market? If so, you’re in luck! On November 26th, The Ringsend Community Services Forum will be hosting an xmas fair, sponsored by Google and in partnership with the DCC, from 4pm to 8pm in the Irishtown Sports Stadium.

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Donnybrook Writer brings DRACULA back to Life: New Dracula Play by Brendan Ellis at Sandford Church

Dermot Carmody Just after Halloween, on November 5th, Donnybrook writer and actor Brendan Ellis brings his dramatic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula to life. Fear not the unwanted, doom-laden dental attentions of the count however, for the production will come […]

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Men’s Sheds and Dementia

Men’s Sheds Launch “Your Shed & Dementia” Manual to Better Support Men with Dementia in Our Communities. – Estimated 6,191 Men Living with Dementia in DUBLIN – The Irish Men’s Sheds Association has launched a new manual Your Shed & […]

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Ragerra: new alt-rock sound

Michael Greene A play on the Irish word ‘ragaire’, meaning late-night rambler and one who sits up all night talking into the wee small hours, Ragerra are an exciting Alternative Rock trio from Dublin, comprising of Mark Boyle (Vocals, Guitar), […]

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