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IFI Library Open Day

The Tiernan MacBride Library at the Irish Film Institute, which holds the largest collection of film publications in Ireland, is hosting an Open Day next Thursday, October 8th for all students and researchers to come along and discover its offerings. 116 more words

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Wednesday Wonderings #2

Wednesday Wonderings #2

Some thoughts on a Wednesday that go like this

A good book to read: The Canterbury tales…yes, yes I know, it’s old language etc. 257 more words


Fun for all the Family

Fun for the Family at The Lowry this season, written by Emily Liddiard, Learning and Participation Coordinator at The Lowry.

Art, Dance and Acting activities for children and families continues throughout the new season at The Lowry in Salford. 150 more words

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Fingal Film Festival Opens this Sunday

Fingal Film Festival announces its shortlisted nominations for the Award Night on the 27th Sept 2015. The event kicks off at 8pm at the Radisson Blu Hotel Dublin Airport, hosted by comedian Eric Lalor. 402 more words

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Place Speak: Real Time Polling Results

Check this out: Federal Election Polls Live! I am determined to vote ABC, this time around, again. That means “Anything But Conservative.” As a writer, a humanitarian and someone who is passionate about the environment and believes in a Sustainable Economy, I have little choice but to ensure Canada does not remain in the hands of Stephen Harper and his henchmen. 173 more words

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Charity Cabaret Night in Aid of the Alzheimer’s Society at The Sugar Club

“Remember Me” is a Charity Cabaret night in aid of Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland.

The evening will consist of talented Irish performers such as Kate McKeown, Kerry Golding, Mark Keegan, Ema-mae West, Fionn Gardner, Sadhbh O’Brien, Sean Keany, Aoife O’Connor, Oisin Nolan, Emma Dalton, Alison Dennan, David Browne, Steph Dalton, Colin Flynn, Rachel Kevney, Sean Doyle, Grace Collender and Mark O’Looney all taking to the stage to entertain for the night. 106 more words

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Lunchtime Lecture on 18th Century Dublin Theatre

‘Entertainment as well to the Broom man as the Greatest Peer’: 18th Century Dublin Theatre

Professor Chris Morash, Seamus Heaney Professor of Irish Writing, Trinity College Dublin. Free, no booking required.

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