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Tales from the Holywell: Damien Dempsey’s newest venture opens In the Abbey

Tales from the Holywell: Damien Dempsey’s newest venture opens In the Abbey

Damien Dempsey is no stranger to the stage, having performed all over the world throughout his career of more than 20 years, but his newest venture introduces a side to the Dubliner we haven’t seen before. Damien Dempsey’s “Tales from the Holywell” has officially opened in the Abbey…

Carols, concerts and other upcoming Dublin events to look out for

Carols, concerts and other upcoming Dublin events to look out for

The Christmas season starts off strong with a solid lineup of winter themed music events all across Dublin As you may know Christmas is around the corner, some might have assignments to do, some are finally finishing up for the winter and some are looking for a few…

‘Seanchoíche’ — behind the scenes of a storytelling night in D8

‘Seanchoíche’ — behind the scenes of a storytelling night in D8

Seanchoíche is a story-telling night in Dublin 8.Founded by Ciaran Gaffney, a 27-year-old from Limerick, ‘Seanchoíche’ is essentially a made-up word and a bit of a pun that most Irish speakers can probably decipher. “In Irish, the word ‘seanchaí’ essentially translates to a Bard, a person who would…

Historic Cló Gaelach signs restored in the Tenters

Historic Cló Gaelach signs restored in the Tenters

The restoration of the 100-year-old signs has been met with immense support from Locals. Nine original Cló Gaelach…

‘Women always seem to bare the shame and I think that’s wrong’ — Joyce Greenaway, Whisk(E)y Wars

‘Women always seem to bare the shame and I think that’s wrong’ — Joyce Greenaway, Whisk(E)y Wars

Northern Irish actress Joyce Greenaway brings her favoured Edinburgh Fringe one-woman show for the first time to The…

‘It’s okay to be urban’ – keeping weaving alive in the city

‘It’s okay to be urban’ – keeping weaving alive in the city

The Liberties Weavers engage in events and workshops throughout the Liberties area that give the skill, mostly now…

Dublin City Council announce new artistic workspaces on Merchant’s Quay

Dublin City Council announce new artistic workspaces on Merchant’s Quay

Space in two buildings on the quays in the Liberties will be available for artists to rent as…

Making a show of the new voices of Ireland

Making a show of the new voices of Ireland

Ireland Music Week (IMW), the annual showcase of Irish talent providing opportunity for home grown musicians to network…

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Dublin’s biggest chatterboxes are Talking Bollox

Dublin’s biggest chatterboxes are Talking Bollox

From starting the conversation at a kitchen table in 2020 to becoming the voices of a community in…

Flanagan’s Field reconstructs Grow Dome

Flanagan’s Field reconstructs Grow Dome

Volunteers at Flanagan’s Field Community Garden have spent weeks working on the new dome A greenhouse ‘Grow Dome’…

Digital Hub continues to operate

Digital Hub continues to operate

Last year the Government announced that the Digital Hub Development Authority is being wound down and its ‘campus’…

14th annual Liberties Fun Run moves to September

14th annual Liberties Fun Run moves to September

The Liberties annual Fun Run for St James’s Hospital Foundation – traditionally held on a Wednesday in July…

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