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Fascinating Aïda’s DILLIE KEANE

Fascinating Aïda’s DILLIE KEANE

Wed 1 Mar - Thu 2 Mar

★★★★★ The Times
★★★★★ Daily Mail
★★★★ The Telegraph

Olivier Award nominated Dillie Keane takes a short break from her Fascinating Aida gal pals to present her first solo show 557 years with brand new tunes, grand old favourites, gorgeous songs of love and hilarious songs of wickedness.

The Gateway Singers

The Gateway Singers

Sat 4 Mar

In Aid of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.

The Gateway Singers bring an uplifting sound, beautifully rich harmonies and a uniquely warm personality to their performance. They are renowned for their wonderful support of their local community, events and festivals.

 

sold out
Foil Arms and Hog “DoomDah”

Foil Arms and Hog “DoomDah”

Sun 5 Mar - Thu 9 Mar

★★★★★ IrishTimes
★★★★★ Examiner
★★★★★Entertainment.ie

Foil Arms and Hog are Ireland’s top comedy sketch group. Called ‘Pure Brilliant’ by Tommy Tiernan, the group have over four million hits on YouTube and have sold out five shows at Dublin’s Vicar street.

monday night cinema
The Innocents

The Innocents

Mon 6 Mar

★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ Empire

In 1945’s Poland, Mathilde, a young French Red Cross doctor comes to the aid of a group of Polish nuns, many of whom are in the advance state of pregnancy, after their vows were violated by Russian soldiers. Anne Fontaine’s assured and sensitive drama is based on real events, and is an emotional layered, tender and insightful drama about faith and trauma.

This Lime Tree Bower by Conor McPherson

This Lime Tree Bower by Conor McPherson

Tue 7 Mar - Wed 8 Mar

This Lime Tree Bower is a poignant and funny tale told through three interlinking monologues from the author of The Weir.

The play follows three young men from a small seaside town who tell of their inextricably linked lives and the eventful week which was to change things for good.

Stayin’ Alive - A Tribute To The BEE GEES

Stayin’ Alive - A Tribute To The BEE GEES

Fri 10 Mar

Faultless recreation of the distinctive vocals and harmony sounds of the Bee Gees, with timeless classics such as ‘How Deep Is Your Love’, ‘Night Fever’, ‘Tragedy’, ‘Massachusetts’, ‘Gotta Get A Message To You’ and many more

The Nualas - All Spanxed Up!

The Nualas - All Spanxed Up!

Sat 11 Mar

This fabulous new extravaganza will leave ankles swollen with laughter, ear drums throbbing in musical ecstasy and eyeballs bulging in disbelief as The Nualas knock it out of the comedy park yet again (in spanx).

The Virago Story: Changing the World One Page at a Time

The Virago Story: Changing the World One Page at a Time

Sun 12 Mar

International Women’s Day 2017

Lennie Goodings and Sarah Savitt in conversation with Sinéad Gleeson

Young and new to the company, Virago CEO, Lennie Goodings, once asked the publisher’s formidable founder, Carmen Callil, “why did you start Virago?” The answer came instantly: “to change the world, darling – that’s why.”

Harriet Harman in conversation with Rachael English

Harriet Harman in conversation with Rachael English

Sun 12 Mar

International Women’s Day 2017

Harriet Harman was elected Labour MP for Peckham in 1982. Joining a House of Commons which was 97% male, she had three children while in Parliament. She has been politics’ most prominent champion for women’s rights, was the first woman to represent Labour from the Government benches and the first Labour woman to answer PMQs.

sold out
Caitlin Moran in conversation with Declan Hughes

Caitlin Moran in conversation with Declan Hughes

Sun 12 Mar

International Women’s Day 2017

Mountains to Sea is delighted to welcome to Dún Laoghaire award-winning columnist and bestselling author of How to Be a Woman and How to Build a Girl, Caitlin Moran, who will be discussing her recent bestselling collection, Moranifesto with Declan Hughes.

monday night cinema
Paterson

Paterson

Mon 13 Mar

★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★ Time Out

The charming new film from independent American director Jim Jarmusch (Only Lovers Left Alive, Broken Flowers) observes a week in the life of working-class bus driver Paterson (Adam Driver), as he tries to connect his everyday routines and relationships with the creativity he shows in the poetry that he writes.

Declan O’Rourke - Live & Solo

Declan O’Rourke - Live & Solo

Thu 16 Mar

Solo Performance

Declan O’Rourke is a critically acclaimed singer and songwriting from Dublin.

Declan plays to sold-out crowds in his native Ireland and regularly tours in Europe, America and Australia. A consummate and versatile performer, his songs mesmerize.

Damien Jurado

Damien Jurado

Fri 17 Mar

“Dreamy, trippy and filled with elegant hooks” Uncut

Damien Jurado is an American indie rock singer/songwriter from Seattle, Washington. Over the years, he has released albums on many labels; his primary label today being Secretly Canadian.

local arts
A Night at the Movies

A Night at the Movies

Sat 18 Mar - Sun 19 Mar

Dublin Dance School is proud to present “A night at the movies”.

Students from 3 years and up will perform dances from well known movies and is guaranteed to be a memorable performance appealing to an audience of all ages.

sold out
The Olive Tree/El olivo: IFI Education Programme

The Olive Tree/El olivo: IFI Education Programme

Mon 20 Mar

10.30am - SOLD OUT
1pm - SOLD OUT

Secondary School Event:
Senior Cycle Spanish & Transition Year
Age Guidance: 15yrs+

Study Guide available for Teachers

Alma’s grandfather is on hunger strike, and has not spoken since her father sold the family’s ancient olive tree. Alma believes the only way he can be saved is if they find the tree.

monday night cinema
The Olive Tree

The Olive Tree

Mon 20 Mar

From the pen of Paul Laverty, comes a heartfelt and warm family drama about reconciliation and hope.

The Olive Tree is a film about hope and honoring past generations and a belief in the strength of familial bonds