Things to do in Dublin (15-09-14 – 21-09-14)

Culture Night

It’s the last week of the Tiger Dublin Fringe! If you haven’t gone to anything, you’ve been missing out!

Culture Night is also this Friday the 19th of Sept. There’s events all over the city, so have a look at what’s on here. 



The AbbeyNext: Our Few and Evil Days  starts Sept 26th until 25th Oct.

Peacock StageAjax and Little Iliad (from 16th) and How to Disappear Completely (From 17th). 

The Gate Pride and Prejudice until the 20th of Sept.

Project Arts Centre Eating Seals and Segaulls Eggs -14th to 20th.

Life has Surface Noise #2 – 15th Sept
The Tale of Ancient Lights – 16th – 20th Sept
B(r)itches – 16th – 20th Sept
You told me to wash and clean my ears – 16th – 20th Sept
Sad Sam Lucky – 18th – 20th Sept

Smock Alley –  Pilgrim – 10th – 18th Sept @ 6:30pm in The Main Space
The Carved Soul – 13th Sept @ 7pm / 14th – 17th Sept @ 9:15pm in The Boys’ School
How To Build Your First Robot – 14th – 20th Sept @ 7pm in The Boys’ School
We Didn’t Care (When Our Mothers Had Cancer) – 15th – 20th Sept @ 8:30pm in The Black Box
The Belle Bottoms – 15th – 18th Sept @ 8:45pm / 19th – 20th @ 6:30pm in The Main Space
Always Alone Together – 16th – 20th Sept @ 6:15pm in the Black Box
Hilary Woods – 18th – 20th Sept @ 9pm in The Boys’ School

Viking Theatre – March Away My Brothers – Sept 17 – 20

New Theatre has My Name is Saoirse – From Mon 15 Sep, Sick – From Mon 15 Sep

Gaiety Theatre has  The Borstal Boys – 11th Sept to 11th of October

Civic Theatre – 15-20 September – The Matchmaker, 19 September // 6:00pm – A Keane Sense, Culture Night 2014

Theatre Upstairs – Gruesome Playground Injuries, The Strangest Kind of Romance, That Face

Bewleys Cafe Theatre From 08-14th Sep – Dublin Oldschool
From 08-20th Sep – The Centre Of The Universe
From Tue 09-20th Sep – Down and Out in Paris and London By George Orwell
From Thu 11-19th Sep – Charolais
From Mon 15 Sep – Rhubarb Crumble

Bord Gais Energy Centre – Rock of Ages (Sept 15th to 20th)


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Lighthouse Cinema –  A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE – 18:50 Tuesday 16 September 2014 (Cineworld etc)

The Wizard of Oz will be presented in the immersive IMAX® 3D  Cineworld, Dublin beginning 12 September, 2014.




This week it’s all about Scottish Independence, with RM Hubbert is coming to town along with James Yorkston. Otherwise, there’s Hilary Woods among others.

Mon 15 Sep
Sheila Ríos, Paco Padilla & Enrique Ortiz – Instituto Cervantes

Tue 16 Sep
Lucky Bones – Whelan’s
Ranelagh Arts Festival 2014

Wed 17 Sep
Oak Hollow – The Workman’s Club
Gig For Gaza- Sugar Club
The Saturdays – The Olympia Theatre
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra – National Concert Hall
Moxie – Whelan’s

Thu 18 Sep
RM Hubbert – The Workman’s Club
First Aid Kit – The Olympia Theatre
Rhob Cunningham – The Button Factory
Ami Grady & The Aztec Diamonds – Whelan’s
O Emperor – The Workman’s Club
Pelicans – Fibber Magees
Hilary Woods – Smock Alley Theatre
Signature Series: Miloš with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra – NCH

Fri 19 Sep
The Lost Brothers – HMV Grafton Street Dublin – at 1pm
Hilary Woods – Smock Alley Theatre
Fox Jaw – Grand Social
Seth Troxler – The Academy
Johnette Napolitano – The Academy 2
Anathema – The Button Factory
Planetshakers – The Olympia Theatre
Music Network Culture Night 2014 @ The Sugar Club
Interskalactic – Whelan’s
Flashmob – The Button Factory

Sat 20 Sep
James Yorkston – The Workman’s Club
Cloud Castle Lake – Whelan’s
BlueFire Street Fest 2014
Carcass – The Academy
Aslan – The Olympia Theatre
Whole Lotta Voltage – The Button Factory
Red Hurley – A Retrospective – The Classic Hits – National Concert Hall
Hilary Woods – Smock Alley Theatre
Sharon Corr – The Sugar Club
Pantha Du Prince – Opium Rooms

Sun 21 Sep
Dragonforce – Whelan’s
Ayala – The Mercantile

Talks/ Lectures

Life has Surface Noise #2 – 15th Sept – Project Arts Centre –  John Kelly, Peter Toomey, Daragh O’Halloran, Kevin Barry and some surprise guests.

Culture Night Various Talks around Dublin.

Science Gallery – Strange Weather – until 5-10-14
Monday, September 8, 2014 – 19:00 – To Space as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe

Irish Writer’s Centre – As part of Culture Night.

IMMA – 10 Sep 2014 – 18:00 | Emma Mahony

Art –


Gallery of Photography -University of Ulster MFA Graduate Exhibition 2014 – Saturday 6 – Sunday 21 September 2014

IMMA Isabel Nolan: The weakened eye of day – until 21 September 2014

Second Sight: The David Kronn Photography Collection – until 9 November 2014 – Garden Galleries

RHA Gallery – Next Exhibition – Maria Simonds-Gooding – until 26th Oct.

Douglas Hyde – until 01 October 2014
Gallery 1 – Dukkha, Aleana Egan, Fergus Feehily, Jaki Irvine, Sam Keogh, Paul Mosse

Gallery 2 – Irish Silent Films – (1910-1915)

Hugh Lane Gallery – Eva Rothschild – Print  – until 21 September 2014

General Exhibition at the National Gallery

Chester Beatty – Permanent Exhibition

Private Galleries:

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Kerlin – Dorothy Cross – View – until 18th October 2014

Oliver Sears – Group Exhibition – Katherine Boucher Beug, Jason Ellis, John Kelly, Stephen Lawlor, Hughie O’Donoghue, Amelia Stein – until 2 Oct 2014

Kevin Kavanagh Gallery  – The Abundance – Margaret Corcoran – until 4th October 2014

Taylor Gallery – 20 September 2014 – Patricia Burns – November Paintings

Cross Gallery – Group Summer Show – featuring work by Andrew Thompson, Graham Crowley, Michael Wann, Alan Graham

The Doorway Gallery from September 4th –  Jack Hickey

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