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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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Rencontre with architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey

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Rencontre with architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey

Award-winning Irish architects O’Donnell + Tuomey will talk about their engagement with complex urban situations and sensitive landscapes over the last forty years.

6 Nov 2019 , admission free

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Bacon en toutes lettres

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Bacon en toutes lettres

The curators of Centre Pompidou’s current exhibition ‘Francis Bacon: Books and Painting’ will present this innovative exploration of the influence of literature in the artist’s work.

8 Oct 2019 , €5

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Fintan O’Toole - Carte blanche

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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 2019 , €7 (€5 for students and unemployed)

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A Bloody Dawn - The Irish at D-Day

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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 2019 , Admission free

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Lynne Parker: Rough Magic in the Making

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Lynne Parker: Rough Magic in the Making

Artistic director Lynne Parker will give us fascinating insight into how Rough Magic has gained its reputation as one of Ireland’s best theatre companies.

27 Mar 2019 , Admission free

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Roy Foster

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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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