Art

Dublin Event Guide (2-11-15 – 8-11-15)

A New Festival hits Dublin in the form of Metropolis, with Chic, Hot Chip and lots more. It really is quite exciting, looking forward to seeing what they come up with. There’s also lots of other good sounds, even if you don’t go with the Waterboys, Alabama Shakes, Everything, Everything and more.

New at the theatre includes Tingo at Smock Alley, Dusk Ahead and Visiting Mr. Green. Go explore below…

Theatre


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Gaiety Theatre –  Next Production – John B Keane’s The Matchmaker – 9 Nov – 14 Nov

The Gate The Gigli Concert – 4th November – Saturday 21st November (NEW)

Smock AlleyTingoNov 2nd – 6th @ 8pm in The Boys’ School (NEW)

Project Arts Centre –  Foxy – 27 Oct 2015-07 Nov 2015
Dusk Ahead – 6th and 7th  Nov (NEW)

Civic Theatre  – Elvis is My Daddy – 4 – 5 November (NEW)

How to Keep an Alien– 6 – 7 November // 8pm (NEW)

New TheatreTemptress – Oct 26th – Nov 7th

Bewleys Cafe Theatre – Love and War: A Western Front Courtship – Nov 02 – 14, 2015 (NEW)

Theatre Upstairs – Tales from the Woods – October 27th 2015 – November 7th 2015

Viking Theatre – Visiting Mr Green – Nov 4 – 21 (NEW)

Movies


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IFI – JACQUES AUDIARD RETROSPECTIVE

READ MY LIPS (WITH OPTIONAL WINE TASTING WITH RHÔNE WINE WEEK) – Monday 2nd November 2015
18.30 (with wine tasting | 20.00 for film only)

SEE HOW THEY FALL – Saturday 7th November 2015 – 15.00

Lighthouse Cinema –

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA – Wednesday 4th November, 14:00

THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI – Sunday 08 November, 15:00

Sugar Club –

Spirited Away Halloween Screening / Ghost Stories short / LNWC Q&A – Nov02

New Releases this week!

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He Named Me Malala
Kill Your Friends
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

 

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This week witnesses the birth of a few Festival! They could actually have it outdoors, the weather has been so good in the last few weeks, but they’re having it in the RDS, so it’s rsik free on that front. Yes, the new festival is… Metropolis, and we look forward to seeing whether it’s a keeper! There’s Hot Chip, Chic, Jamie XX, Fourtet and lots more, including spoken word tents, Installations and more…

Otherwise, the Waterboys start their residency in Vicar Street, Everything, Everything, Alabama Shakes, Otherkin, the Alarmist and more…

Mon 02 Nov
Nils Lofgren – Vicar Street

Tue 03 Nov
Alabama Shakes – The Olympia Theatre
Everything Everything – The Academy
RIAM Symphony Orchestra and RIAM Chorale Concert – NCH

Wed 04 Nov
Ann Scott – Whelan’s
Kaleidoscope – Bello Bar
Alabama Shakes – The Olympia Theatre
The Waterboys – Vicar Street
Brian McFadden – Whelan’s

Thu 05 Nov
The Waterboys – Vicar Street
Slaves – The Academy
Swedish Chamber Orchestra – NCH
Years & Years – The Olympia Theatre
Loop Culture – The Button Factory
John Blek and The Rats – The Workman’s Club
Ricky Ross – The Sugar Club
The Devlins – Whelan’s

Fri 06 Nov
Otherkin – The Grand Social
The Waterboys – Vicar Street
Alarmist – The Sugar Club
My Chopin Story – NCH
RTE NSO Beethoven, Shostakovich – NCH
Lonely The Brave – The Academy 2
Years & Years – The Olympia Theatre
Lord Huron – The Button Factory
Metz – Whelan’s
Half Of Me – The Workman’s Club
Trouble Pilgrims – Bello Bar
Niamh Crowther – Whelan’s

Sat 07 Nov
Metropolis 2015 – RDS
Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill – Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire
The Waterboys – Vicar Street
Roisin O – Whelan’s
Paul Byrom sings The Great Irish Songbook – NCH
Frances Black & Kieran Goss – The Olympia Theatre
Popgun Warfare – Bello Bar
These Charming Men – Opium Rooms
Versive – The Mercantile

Sun 08 Nov
Metropolis 2015 – RDS
Arvo Part at 80 – Christ Church
Will Young – The Olympia Theatre
The Geddes – Whelan’s
Samantha Crain – The Workman’s Club
Sweet – Vicar Street

 

Talks and Lectures


Science Gallery
Sunday, November 8, 2015 – 14:00 to 16:30
STAR* MEN SCREENING & PANEL DISCUSSION

National Gallery of Ireland

Nov 3 2015 10:30 – Tuesday Talk: 3 November
‘At a Glance – Portraits by John Butler Yeats’, with Niamh MacNally

Art


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IMMA

What We Call Love: From Surrealism to Now – 12 September 2015 – 7 February 2016
Featuring modern and contemporary masterworks from the world’s leading collections by ABRAMOVIĆ, BRANCUSI, DALÍ, DUCHAMP, ERNST, GIACOMETTI, OPPENHEIM, PICASSO, WARHOL, YOKO ONO, and many more.

Chloe Dewe Mathews: Shot at Dawn – 09 Oct 2015 – 07 Feb 2016

Grace Weir, 3 Different Nights, recurring – 7 November 2015 – 6 March 2016

RHA Gallery – Next Exhibitions –

November 18, 2015 – December 20, 2015 FUTURES Anthology RHA Gallery I
November 18, 2015 – December 20, 2015 Ailbhe Ní Bhriain Reports to an Academy RHA Gallery II
November 18, 2015 – December 20, 2015 Sean Molloy Neo Pentimenti RHA Ashford Gallery

Douglas Hyde

October 9 – December 2, 2015

Gallery 1 – CHRIS MARTIN
Gallery 2 – SEANIE BARRON – Sticks

Hugh Lane Gallery

Hugh Lane (1875-1915): Dublin’s Legacy and Loss – until 04 October 2015 Hugh Lane (1875-2015): Dublin’s Legacy and Loss celebrates Hugh Percy Lane. – until 10th Jan

Chester Beatty – Exhibition

Private Galleries:

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Kerlin – William McKeown – Cloud Cuckoo Land – 16 October–21 November 2015

Oliver Sears Donald Teskey – No Real Horizon – 15 Oct 2015 — 19 Nov 2015

Kevin Kavanagh – Paul Nugent – October 8th – November 7th, 2015.

Taylor Gallery David Quinn – 23 October – 14 November 2015

Olivier Cornett Gallery – Conrad Frankel – 18 October – 8 November 2015

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