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Dublin History Festival’s Big Weekend: From Ireland to the Mediterranean

Dublin History Festival’s Big Weekend: From Ireland to the Mediterranean

This year, the Dublin Festival of History featured an array of lectures, guides and exhibits throughout the city. Much like modern Dublin, the festival featured history not just centred on…

BETA: Ireland’s first arts and technology festival coming to Dublin this November

BETA: Ireland’s first arts and technology festival coming to Dublin this November

The ‘BETA International Arts & Technology Festival’ will include performances, talks, workshops, and exhibitions in and around The Digital Hub campus on Thomas Street. BETA is Ireland’s first arts and technology…

The Shoot makes its way to The Liberties

The Shoot makes its way to The Liberties

‘The Shoot’ is a creative outlet where models and photographers come together to experiment and enjoy the process of creating visual art. They had their third event on September 23…

Dublin Comic Arts Festival returns to Inchicore: What to expect

Dublin Comic Arts Festival returns to Inchicore: What to expect

Dublin Comic Arts Festival kicks off on this Saturday, October 7, for the autumn edition of their event in Richmond Barracks, Inchicore. With events in April, July, October, and December…

Flea market pub crawl ‘Samhain Party’ this October in The Liberties

<strong>Flea market pub crawl ‘Samhain Party’ this October in The Liberties</strong>

The Libertine Market’s monthly market-pub crawl is back on Sunday, October 1, with its Halloween themed ‘Samhain Party’ – spread across several iconic pubs in Dublin 8. Dubbed as a…

Italian Film Festival hosted in the Lighthouse

Italian Film Festival hosted in the Lighthouse

A “New Italian Cinema Events’ (NICE) Film Festival came to the Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield this year, after a first and very well attended edition in Cork in 2022.  The 2023…

Imelda May to make her theatre debut

Imelda May to make her theatre debut

Liberties native and renowned singer Imelda May will make her theatre debut this August in the lead role of ‘Mother of All the Behans’, the story of Brendan Behan’s inspirational…

Diving into the Irish comic book scene

Diving into the Irish comic book scene

Young graphic artist Barry O’Sullivan tells the Liberty about the challenges of doing exciting work in the small indie space – and of getting noticed. Barry O’Sullivan, a 26 year-old…

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

Summer is just around the corner, and for music lovers in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8, there is no shortage of concerts to look forward to. From intimate gigs with…

“Where’s the Good in Goodbye?” – remembering Mark Sheehan

“Where’s the Good in Goodbye?” – remembering Mark Sheehan

On Friday, April 14, 2023, Liberties local and guitarist-songwriter for Irish rock band The Script, Mark Sheehan, passed away in hospital following a short period of an undisclosed illness at the age…

Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s annual Pride Party is taking over Vicar Street this June

<strong>Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s annual Pride Party is taking over Vicar Street this June</strong>

Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s Pride festivities are back – taking over Vicar Street with their annual Pride Party, this June. Victoria and Davina’s Pride Party is one of Dublin’s…

Forbidden Fruit announces tempting 2023 line-up

Forbidden Fruit announces tempting 2023 line-up

The initial line up for Dublin’s longest running music festival, Forbidden Fruit, has been announced. This year’s Forbidden Fruit marks the 11th anniversary of the much loved festival, which takes…