Tomi Ungerer

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Tomi Ungerer
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A prolific draughtsman and satirist, Tomi Ungerer lived and worked in Ireland from the 1970s until his recent passing. Chosen with him, this selection of recent collages and sculptures attests to the Beckettian tone of his response to world issues.

16 Mar - 5 Jul , Admission free

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Autour de l’exposition <em>En attendant</em>

Exhibitions / Visual Arts

Autour de l’exposition En attendant

A programme of screenings and a song recital in conjunction with our current exhibition of collages and sculptures by renowned satirist Tomi Ungerer.

23 Apr - 5 Jul , Admission free

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Old Library visit

Heritage

Old Library visit

Old Library, three remarkable documents from the 15th, 17th and 18th centuries will be on show to the public for the first time ever.

21 May , Admission free

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Meet our Artists!

Multidisciplinary event

Meet our Artists!

Our artists in residence respond to the Tomi Ungerer exhibition with an evening of screenings, talks and music exploring themes of activism, satire, illustration and collage.

23 May , Admission free

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Collages

Concerts / Music

Collages

French soprano Alice Ungerer responds to the Tomi Ungerer exhibition in this lunchtime recital of voice and piano.

24 May , Admission free

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Ireland’s Call

Theatre

Ireland’s Call

What enticed three generations of the same family in North-side Dublin to a life of crime? “A stark anthem to life on the margins” The Irish Times

27 May , €10 (€7 for students and unemployed),

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A Bloody Dawn - The Irish at D-Day

Talks

A Bloody Dawn - The Irish at D-Day

Launched tonight, A Bloody Dawn tells the story of the thousands of Irish-born and Irish diaspora members that were among the UK, US and Canadian units on D-Day, 6th June 1944.

28 May , Admission free

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Double Bill autour du fiddler Danny Diamond

Concerts / Music

Double Bill autour du fiddler Danny Diamond

This evening of traditional music and spoken word sees Danny Diamond joined by fellow Belfast fiddler Conor Caldwell and poet Tom French.

6 Jun , €10 (€7 for students and unemployed)

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Old Library visit

Heritage

Old Library visit

Three remarkable documents on show to the public this season for the first time ever

11 Jun , Admission free

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Fintan O’Toole - Carte blanche

Talks

Fintan O’Toole - Carte blanche

One of Ireland’s most insightful and outspoken journalists shares his analysis of the burning issues of the moment.

13 Jun , €7 (€5 for students and unemployed)

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Rencontre avec Donal Ryan

Literary Events

Rencontre avec Donal Ryan

Donal returns to the CCI to launch the French translation of his third novel “All We Shall Know”

14 Jun , Admission free

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Fête de la Musique

Concerts / Music

Fête de la Musique

The energy in CCI’s courtyard during Fête de la Musique can’t be beaten. Join us for some great experimental folk, trad music and indie RnB!

21 Jun , Entrée libre

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Mellow Tonics

Concerts / Music

Mellow Tonics

This Dublin-based chamber choir will fill the chapel with a wonderfully broad repertoire ranging from work by Irish contemporary composers and a rock band to traditional songs.

22 Jun , €5 (cocktail included)

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Old Library visit

Heritage

Old Library visit

Three remarkable documents on show to the public this season for the first time ever

2 Jul , Admission free

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Finissage autour de l’artivisme

Multidisciplinary event

Finissage autour de l’artivisme

Music, installations, short films and TED-style talks on the subject of activism and social engagement within the arts.

4 Jul , Admission free

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Véro 1ère, Reine d’Angleterre

Theatre

Véro 1ère, Reine d’Angleterre

Hilarious 19th-century style melodrama in CCI’s courtyard by one of France’s last surviving fairground theatre companies as part of Festival Paris l’été.

30 Jul - 3 Aug , from €15 to €25

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