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 its 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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Roy Foster

Talks

Roy Foster

Renowned Irish political, social and literary historian, Professor Roy Foster will talk about his forthcoming publication on Seamus Heaney.

6 Feb 2019 , €5

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Liam Chambers

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Liam Chambers
From Restoration to Revolution: The Irish Colleges in Paris, 1660-1818

Historian and author Liam Chambers will trace the development of the Irish College from a tiny community in the 1660s to becoming a major centre for priests and students on the continent during the penal era.

6 Dec 2018 , admission free

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Transient Composing - Subjectivities and Sonic Storytelling in the Film Score

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Transient Composing - Subjectivities and Sonic Storytelling in the Film Score

James McGlynn will demonstrate how the film composer is capable of directly influencing our experience of a narrative in the most specific and complex ways.

19 Nov 2018 , Admission free

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Illustrated talk by Hannah Starkey

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Illustrated talk by Hannah Starkey

Celebration of the launch of the photographer’s catalogue raisonné

9 Nov 2018 , Admission free

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Composers in conversation

Concerts / Music

Composers in conversation

Join us for 3 short pre-concert conversations with the composers of Ireland’s Tombeau to Debussy.

24 - 26 Oct 2018 , Admission free

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Listening Space

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Listening Space

Enjoy some of the best radio documentary-making in Ireland masterfully chosen by producer Aidan O’Donnell and presented in the chapel.

18 Oct 2018 , Admission free

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Elizabeth Bowen, Espionage and the Second World War

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Elizabeth Bowen, Espionage and the Second World War

Elizabeth Bowen wrote a celebrated spy novel while living through the Blitz in London and secretly reporting on Irish neutrality for the British Government.

4 Oct 2018 , Admission free

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Crime-writing festival

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Crime-writing festival

Opening with a conversation with Benjamin Black (aka John Banville), this four-day festival presents chaired discussions and readings with some of Ireland’s finest crime writers.

19 - 22 Sep 2018

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Conversations around the exhibition

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Conversations around the exhibition
Surveillé·e·s

Representing the intangible, commenting on or alerting society… these and other issues will be discussed in a series of conversations with artists on show in our exhibition ‘Surveillé·e·s’.

14 - 15 Sep 2018 , admission free

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