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The image shows a theatre stage with red velvet curtain across the back. On stage there is a microphone and an easel with an image that reads ' Dublin story slam'. Talks

Dublin Story Slam

Tue 23 Apr, 8pm

Theme: Heroes & Villains

An open mic competitive storytelling night hosted monthly by comedians Sharon Mannion and Colm O’Regan which is all about celebrating the everyday experiences that come to shape who we are, as well as those extraordinary moments that have defined us.


Roy Orbison Reborn

Thu 25 Apr, 8pm

Starring Dean Bourne

A brand new show following 2019’s sold out national tour, audiences will be transported to the great Rock ‘n’ Roll Era with hit after massive hit - performed by the man described as having the “Spirit Of Roy Orbison” within him.


Emma Doran

Fri 26 Apr, 8pm


One of the most exciting stand-ups to emerge from these shores in years. She’s crammed so much into the last 20 years of her life that she is now officially the voice of 3 generations.


Sharon Shannon

Sat 27 Apr, 8pm

Come and witness the unmatched live energy, rooted in traditional Irish music but fearless in its exploration beyond, that has made Sharon Shannon a musical icon for over 20 years.

Kelly Moran in a white dress and shoes, lying across a grand piano. Some of the piano keys are depressed, suggesting that it is playing by itself. Music

Kelly Moran

Sun 28 Apr, 8pm

Foggy Notions

The New York-based composer and producer returns to Dublin to celebrate the release of her outstanding new album Moves in the Field on Warp Records. 

Cinema, Monday Night Cinema


Mon 29 Apr, 5pm & 8pm

Golden Bear Nominee, Berlin Film Festival 2023
★★★★★ The Observer

Accomplished Mexican director Lila Aviles tackles heavy themes through a compassionate and insightful lens in this keenly observed family drama.

Cinema, Event Cinema

John Singer Sargent

Thu 2 May, 8pm

Exhibition on Screen

Filmed at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Tate Britain, London, this film examines greatest portrait artist of his era, and how Sargent’s unique practice has influenced modern art, culture and fashion.

Music, Opera

Vivaldi’s L’Olimpiade

Sat 4, Sun 5 & Tue 7 May

Irish National Opera

Four young people, one an Olympic champion. Tangled relationships. Forbidden love, twice over. An unsuccessful assassination. An execution avoided. And a royal father who has to accept his children as they are.


Flook with special guest Patsy Reid

Wed 8 May, 8pm

Music Network

The iconic band, who weave and spin traditionally rooted tunes into an enthralling sound, are joined on this tour by one of Scotland’s finest fiddle and viola players, who brings her own creative genius to the mix. 


The Classic Beatles

Thu 9 May, 8pm

Following their sell out Number 1s Tour, The Classic Beatles are back with their Magical Mystery Tour 2024. Relive the sights and sounds of the Sixties in a stunning show stuffed with the best songs ever written.


My Leonard Cohen

Wed 15 May, 8pm

Performed by Stewart D’Arrietta

Following two sold-out shows in Dún Laoghaire in 2023, D’Arrietta and his band return with his rousing celebration of the late legendary Cohen’s best-loved music, poetry and stories of his life.


Tom Waits for No Man

Thu 16 May, 8pm

Performed by Stewart D’Arrietta

Covering Waits terrain of tenderness to terror, and all the pathos in between. D’Arrietta’s characteristic gravel-voiced sensitivity brings out the shapes and shades of these legendary songs.

A stylised red-on-green illustration of a horse and cart being upturned in a chaotic scene, with people falling off the cart, the horse chasing a dog and children almost being crushed under the wheels. Music, Literary, Talks

Muldoon’s Picnic

Fri 17 May, 8pm

The hit cabaret-style poetry, prose and music show hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish poet Paul Muldoon and his band Rogue Oliphant, featuring guests Roddy Doyle, Hugh Buckley, Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh and Liz Nugent.


David O’Doherty

Wed 22 & Fri 24 May, 8pm

The dishevelled prince of €10 eBay keyboards tries to make you feel alive with a new pageant of laughter, song and occasionally getting up from a chair.


Chris Kent

Thu 23 May, 8pm

Back at It

The Cork man returns with his brand new show. After a dose of the real world (going back to being an electrician), something had to give and shur there’s no future in electricity anyway…


The Blindboy Live Podcast Show

Fri 31 May, 8pm

A live recording with the bestselling author, screenwriter, musician and podcaster who seamlessly intertwines history, fiction, cultural critique and politics into a relaxing form that he calls “the podcast hug”.