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Mick Dowling: One of the greats.

Mick Dowling: One of the greats.

If you passed Mick Dowling on the street, you would see a fairly small, 74-year-old man. Yes, he looks fit for his age, but you would never guess that he…

Samba spread: Brazilian culture grows in Dublin 

Samba spread: Brazilian culture grows in Dublin 

Without a doubt, Brazilian culture has been one of the most growing sub-cultures in Ireland for some time now, especially in Dublin city centre.   From Brazilian restaurants to bars, it…

Rugby tries to shake off ‘elitist’ tag in sports-mad Liberties

Rugby tries to shake off ‘elitist’ tag in sports-mad  Liberties

Rugby is basically an unforgiving, skillful and physically tough sport in which 15 players per team pass an oval-shaped ball to each other, fighting and putting their bodies on the…

The Pen Corner has written its final chapter

The Pen Corner has written its final chapter

Dublin lost a piece of history last May with the closure of the beloved stationary shop, The Pen Corner – last month its replacement begun the work of moving in.  …

Mother Cultúr Club at Collins Barracks for St Patrick’s Festival

Mother Cultúr Club at Collins Barracks for St Patrick’s Festival

Queer space Mother is hosting an event on March 16 at St Patrick’s Festival Quarter in the courtyard of the National Museum at Collins Barracks in Dublin. Mother will be…

Exploring what’s on your doorstep: Culture Date with Dublin 8

Exploring what’s on your doorstep: Culture Date with Dublin 8

‘Culture Date with Dublin 8’ is set to take place on 14th and 15th of May this year with events, tours, workshops, and activities planned for across the district. Culture…

Connected to culture in Dublin 7

Connected to culture in Dublin 7

As Covid restrictions fall away, the Africa Society on TU Dublin’s Grangegorman campus can be a new focal point for culture and diversity in the city, as well as an…

Lighting up the Liberties

Lighting up the Liberties

Located on the historically broad part of James’ Street stands a revamped 18th century church that is now home to Pearse Lyons Distillery. While the building and its onsite offices…

Francis Street under major changes

Francis Street under major changes

The development of an ‘aparthotel’ on the site of the old Tivoli theatre is under way, while Francis Street is still awaiting its revamp.  The former Tivoli site bought by…

Your guide to Culture Night in the Liberties

Your guide to Culture Night in the Liberties

Culture Night has been a staple of the Irish calendar ever since its launch in 2006, and remains one of the busiest nights of the year. It grew from a…

IMMA presents 52 of Lucian Freud’s works in Kilmainham

Understanding art is always a challenge. Trying to get into the complex headspace of the artist, to understand what they were trying to portray and what they want the viewer…

Dub Daze makes its Irish debut

Dub Daze makes its Irish debut

Dub Daze, a new Irish feature film that was written, directed and produced by Irish filmmaker Shane Collins, is a collection of coming of age stories based in Dublin. The…

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