Take a look at the archive of CCI events since 2002

This archive of our past events will give you a feel for the creativity of contemporary Ireland and it practitioners. You can insert specific names or titles into the Search box (inverted commas around titles of more than one word).

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Seen Fifteen

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Seen Fifteen

For the weekend of Paris Photo, Vivienne Gamble has selected three emerging Irish photographers to exhibit in the neighbouring Espace Lhomond.

9 - 12 Nov 2017

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Dragana Jurišić

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Dragana Jurišić
My Own Unknown

In this very personal exhibition, photography and texts are entwined by the Dublin-based photographer to address the complexities of exile, politics and betrayal together with family history.

9 Nov2017 - 7 Jan 2018

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CinéCCI : MARGARET

Films

CinéCCI : MARGARET

After her son's mysterious disappearance, Margaret a divorced middle age woman is forced to move to Dublin. One eve after the work, she helps Joe –a young 17 years old thug. This meeting is going shatter her life...

2 Nov 2017 , €10/ €8 unemployed and seniors)/ €7 students; cartes illimitées acceptées

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Double Bill: Inni-K & Cry Monster Cry

Concerts / Music

Double Bill: Inni-K & Cry Monster Cry

Two indie-folk concerts featuring Inni-K, who delights with her fresh style and mesmerising voice, and Cry Monster Cry who are described as thoughtful and poetic…totally addictive.

24 Oct 2017 , €13 (€10 for students and unemployed)

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Tribute to Michel Déon

Literary Events

Tribute to Michel Déon

The late Academician Michel Déon, author of ‘Un taxi mauve’, made Ireland his home for almost fifty years. This unique relationship will be discussed as part of a special tribute paid by three experts to the writer’s life and work.

19 Oct 2017 , Admission free

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Míċeál O’Rourke

Concerts / Music

Míċeál O’Rourke
Piano in the Night

Renowned pianist Míċeál O’Rourke explores the nocturnal world with its contrasting moods and colours in a selection of piano pieces ranging from Chopin and Ravel to Bolcom.

14 Oct 2017 , €13 (€10 for students and unemployed)

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On Blueberry Hill

Theatre

On Blueberry Hill

Sebastian Barry’s new play is bursting with humanity, as it explores murder, forgiveness, survival and, ultimately, love imprisoned in the human heart.

11 - 12 Oct 2017 , €7 (€5 for students and unemployed)

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