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).

Browse the Archive: 2013

Compánach

Concerts / Music

Compánach

Companion to Irish Traditional MusicDeveloped around the book, e-book and website Companion to Irish Traditional Music, edited by Fintan Vallely, this performance draws on the Companion’s historical thread.

17 Dec 2013

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Distant Music

Theatre

Distant Music

Inspired by James Joyce’s short story, The Dead, Cinémorphe’s Distant Music invites you to step back in time, to Dublin at the turn of the 20th century

12 - 13 Dec 2013

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Graduation Ceremony: Irish Language Certificates

Irish Language

Graduation Ceremony: Irish Language Certificates

With the participation of writer and journalist Susan McKay

29 Nov 2013

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Maxime Bender 4tet

Concerts / Music

Maxime Bender 4tet

In conjunction with the festival Jazzycolors, the CCI hosts this concert presented and organised by the Mission culturelle du Luxembourg in Paris

19 Nov 2013

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Thought-Fox

Concerts / Music

Thought-Fox

The Irish nation’s love of language finds full expression in Thought-Fox

16 Nov - 16 Mar 2013

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Garth Knox & le Quatuor Béla

Concerts / Music

Garth Knox & le Quatuor Béla

Garth Knox returns to the CCI in the company of the Bela Quartet, one of the most adventurous and exciting string groups in France

14 Nov 2013

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Old Library Visit

Old Library Visits

Old Library Visit

This guided visit of the Old Library is organised to co-incide with Library Ireland Week which takes place all over Ireland from 11 to 16 November

12 Nov 2013

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Excalibur

Films

Excalibur

Excalibur is a 1981 dramatic fantasy film directed, produced and co-written by John Boorman that retells the legend of King Arthur

5 Nov 2013

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