We are entering the last part of the long weekend, the bit that makes it long I guess, a Monday to enjoy! Forbidden Fruit has ended, and all the madness that went with it, but there’s plenty still on in Dublin this week. Bloom finishes today if you’re willing to battle through the crowds. Otherwise, see what you think below…
The Dublin Shakespeare festival is on around the City this week, so check out what’s on here.
Secretion by Willie Doherty is at IMMA (Image above) until 1st September at IMMA @ NCH Annex.
183rd RHA Annual Exhibition runs from 28 May-17 Aug, 2013. It always feels like summer to me when this exhibition opens! It’s well worth a look, and a great snap shot of art in Ireland.
I knOw yoU– IMMA Earlsfort Terrace – 19 April – 1st Sept 2013 – “I knOw yoU is a dynamic exhibition by a new generation of young European artists” or so says the blurb on the new exhibition in IMMA @ NCH (Earlsfort Terrace). It features the work of over 50 artists, so should be something for everyone! Quite looking forward to this one, Tino Sehgal also continues in the same venue.
Gallery 1 – Nigel Cooke, Gallery 2 – The Paradise – Ciaran Murphy – Douglas Hyde from May 31st until July 17th. (Nigel Cooke image above)
The sketchbooks of Jack B Yeats are at the National Gallery until June.
Chester Beatty – The Paintings is at the Chester Beatty (until Aug 31st)
Charlie Whiskeris at the Peppercanister Gallery (Just 6th -29th)
Phillip Allen’s ‘Oxblood’ is at the Kerlin starts on June 6th (Image above from exhibition).
Patrick O’Reilly is at the Oliver Sears until June 6th (last week)
The Kevin Kavanagh Gallery has Selective Perspectives – Group exhibition finishes May 30th – 27th July.
John Cronin – Standard Deviation – (May 30th – 6th June Last week) is at the Green on Red Gallery.
Risk Lab with Michelle Browne – Wednesday, June 6th – 18:00 to 19:15 – Science Gallery – This promises to be a Poker game with a difference, as those pesky scientists break it down!
Irish Literature in Spain – Tuesday, 04/06, Café Literario Cervantes Institute,6.30pm
Flat-share in Fleet Street: WB Yeats leaves home – Thursday, 6 June at 7.00pm – NLI – Join Michael Ashe SC QC for a talk reflecting on six months of Yeats’s life when he left home and spent time in London
Shush starts at the Abbey (previews this week) and Portrait of the artist as a young man at the New Theatre, among others…
Previews of Shush starts June 6th at the Abbey Theatre.
Kiss me and you’ll see how Important I am is at the cube until June 8th.
Portrait of an Artist as a young man is at the New Theatre from June 10th(next week) until June 22nd
La Traviata is at the Gaiety Theatre (June 5th – 8th)
David O’Rourke (June 6th) and Aidan Bishop (June 8th) are at the Civic Theatre
JoyceSong in the Tower:John Feeley & Fran O’Rourke is at the Pavillion
Film Fatale– are showing Notorious at the Sugar Club on Friday 7th June.
70mm series is at the IFI, with Ryan’s Dadughter (Tuesday and Sunday). Alien is next week, which will sell out!
There’s also open air cinema in Fitzwilliam Square from ‘happenings‘, full details are here! You only get 36 hours notice, and it’s a fiver in.
The Big Lebowski + The Job – Workman’s Club – June 4th
A quiet Monday and Tuesday to start the week, but a few good things after that…
Wed 05 Jun
Boylan plays Brubeck – NCH
Kaleidoscope June – Odessa Club
Joshua Radin – The Sugar Club
Tumbling Bones – Upstairs at Whelans
Otherkin – The Workman’s Club
Thu 06 Jun
Ana Gog – Whelans
Fri 07 Jun
Mark Morriss – The Workmans Club
John Blek and The Rats – The Grand Social
Poolside – The Button Factory
Picturehouse – Vicar Street
Tarantella Fall – Whelan’s
Shadows and Dust – The Unitarian Church
Matthias Tanzman – The Button Factory
Sat 08 Jun
The Who – The O2
The Last Sound – The Twisted Pepper
Matias Aguayo – The Button Factory
Scott Ian – The Button Factory
The Jigsaw Jam – Whelans
Sweet Jane – Sweeneys
Sun 09 Jun
Cara Luft – Whelans
Vintage Trouble – Whelans