Things to Do in Dublin – 25th Feb – 3rd March 2013

This week, there’s three events on Saturday that I’d love to be at (don’t you just hate it when that happens?). Linnea Olsson, A Winged Victory and the Unthanks! There’s a lot going on in the theatre world also, with Pageant (Project Arts Centre) and Collaborations (Smock Alley) all worth checking out.



Analysing Cubism – IMMA Kilmainham – until 19th May.

Kathy Moran’s exhibition starts at the Douglas Hyde (until March 28th), along with Andrew Vickery in Gallery 2.

Sleepwalkers is at the Hugh Lane – (until May 12th)

Richter and Polka exhibition is at the RHA, that has to be seen!

The sketchbooks of Jack B Yeats are at the National Gallery until May.

Edgar Martins is at the Gallery of Photography until March 17th.

Private Galleries:

The wonderful Mark Francis ‘Calibrate’ is at the Kerlin (1st March until the 13th April).

Jessica Sturgess (Sculptor)  is at the Oliver Sears until 28th Feb.

The Black Church Print Studio show Kate Warner is at the Cross Gallery (until March 9th).

Nevin Lahart (image above) is at the Kevin Kavanagh Gallery (until March 16th)

Spring Exhibition (mixed show) is at the Peppercanister Gallery.

Theatre –


Bedroom Farce continues at the Gate (until March 16th).

King Lear is at the Abbey Theatre (our review is here) at the Abbey Theatre.

Jack Burdell Experience Collaborations starts at Smock Alley on the 22nd of Feb -(until  9th March). It includes a variety of shorter length shows grouped into blocks, such as ‘Self Portrait‘, ‘Ape’, ‘Portals’ and ‘Portrait of an artist as a Youngish Woman’, ‘The Salt on your Skin‘ and a world premier of a full lenght play ‘The Sylvia’ (image above; expect our review later in the week!).

The Podger is at the New Theatre form the 18th – 23rd.

Pageant is at the Project Arts Centre until March 2nd. Our review is here.

Once – is at the Gaiety Theatre


Sadly JDIFF is no more, but there’s a few things on that might be of interest.

The Lighthouse is showing the Oscar Nominated short movies today and tomorrow, which sounds like a very good idea!

The Genius of Hitchcock part three continues at the IFI with Topaz and Torn Curtain!

Gigs – 

A special mention for the banter boys and girls:

Banter – It’s a man’s world at Twisted Pepper tomorrow (26/02/13)

Linnea Olsson _Tången_2

We Banjo Three – Mill Theatre – 25/02/13

Cody SImpson – Vicar Street – 26/02/13

The Unthanks – Pavillion Theatre – 26/02/13

John Prine – Vicar Street – 27/02/13

In their Thousands – Upstairs at Whelans – 27/02/13

The Script – O2 – 28/02/13 – 2/03/13

Foals – Academy – 28/02/13

Comic Relief does Dublin – Vicar Street – 28/02/13

Cymbals – Workman’s Club – 28/02/13

Beth Hart – Whelans – 1/03/13

Holy Other – Button Factory – 1/03/13

Ana Gog – Unitarian Church – 1/03/13

Linnea Olsson – Workman’s Club – 02/03/13 (Win tickets here)

The Unthanks – Peppercanister Church – 02/03/13

A Winged Victory for the Sullen – NCH – 02/03/13

New Jackson – Button Factory – 02/03/13

Slash – Olympia Theatre – 03/03/13

Johann Johannsson – NCH – 03/03/13

Crash Ensemble – NCH 03/03/13

We Banjo Three – Whelans – 03/03/13

Categories: Art, Gigs, Movies, Theatre, Things to do

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