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Review: Death is Certain

This review was originally written for The Public Reviews.

First performed in 2002, Death is Certain, a piece of live art by Eva Meyer-Keller, has been consistently doing the rounds of festivals, museums, and theatres internationally ever since. 452 more words


Review: Before Monsters Were Made

The death of a local girl in rural 1960s Ireland causes a ripple of rumour to spread throughout a small town community. Vincent (Lorcan Crantich), a respected local music teacher and father of two grown up sons, David (Peter Coonan) and Graham (Manus Halligan), is at the centre of these rumours. 515 more words


Live Collision 2015

I am always very appreciative of festivals who bring international artists to Dublin, especially smaller, more niche performers who generally don’t tour that often. This year’s… 463 more words

Go And See This!

Local Arts Centres and Venues Support NAYD's Young Critics

Hello Venue Managers,

As you probably know the Young Critics is one of NAYD’s most popular programmes. Every year sixteen young people from across Ireland are selected to take part in the programme. 605 more words


Project 50 Commissioning Fund

Next year Project Arts Centre turns 50, and last Tuesday they launched the Project 50 Commissioning Fund – a fund-raising initiative to commission new work to mark that anniversary. 256 more words

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Ballet Ireland's National Tour

If you don’t have plans yet for the weekend, consider an uplifting evening at Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar. Ballet Ireland are at the start of a national tour with a diverse and exhilarating show, Tutus & Beyond, which ranges from the classical and romantic Pas de Quatre, created in 1845, to Lost, an exciting new work created by ex-Royal Ballet dancer Ludovic Ondiviela. 191 more words


B.J. Novak at Project Arts Centre

– Do you want to go see BJ Novak in the Project?
– Is he doing stand-up?
– No, I think it’s a book reading?

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