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Artwork from the Kevin Mooney Revenants Exhibition

Kevin Mooney: Revenants

Revenants presents a series of paintings by Cork-based artist Kevin Mooney. Informed by Mooney's interest in Irish mythology, history and cultural migration, Revenants imagines the 'lost' art of an Irish diaspora.


01 December
05 March
An animal in Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo

Roam the African Savannah, hang out in the Gorilla Rainforest and travel through the Karizaranga Forest Trail to see the fascinating herd of elephants. We’re predicting many adorable additions to The Zoo this Spring making this the perfect excursion for any age group. Be sure to visit their website to see a range of activities and talks on offer this month.


01 January
01 May
Artwork from the Rollerskates and Ruins Exhibition

Roller Skates and Ruins

Through a selection of historical archives and artworks from the National Gallery of Ireland collections, this exhibition highlights the diverse experiences of six Irish artists who contributed or bore witness to the social, cultural and political developments of the period: Grace Gifford, Sarah Cecilia Harrison, Aloysius O’Kelly, William Orpen, Sarah Purser and Jack B. Yeats.


19 January
17 September
Artwork from The Otolith Group: Xenogenesis exhibition

The Otolith Group: Xenogenesis

Featuring a cross-section of key works produced by The Otolith Group between 2011 and 2018, the exhibition reflects the artists’ ongoing commitment to creating what they think of as ‘a science fiction of the present’ through images, voices, sonic images, sounds, and performance.


19 January
12 February
Artwork from the AL Sabah Exhibition

Al-Sabah Exhibition

In ”IT’S DANGEROUS TO GO ALONE! TAKE THIS”, Al-Sabah transforms the gallery into a fantasy dreamscape embracing the shape-shifting potential of computer-animated worlds with a series of new sculptural works and a new CGI film at its centre. Al-Sabah builds a world in which selfhood and queer possibility intersect, where multiple intersectional “glitches” occur within the body, gender, and within internal and external worlds and ever-present technology. 


19 January
05 March
The exterior of the Temple bar pub, Dublin

Temple Bar Tradfest

TradFest Temple Bar is a joyful celebration of Irish identity through music. Each January, it showcases the best of established and emerging musical talent at a landmark festival which is rooted in the historic and atmospheric setting of Temple Bar, Dublin’s cultural quarter. Over 50 live music concerts take place in some of the best pubs in Temple Bar, as well as key historical landmarks in Dublin.


25 January
29 January
Poster for the Lord of the Dance show in Dublin

Lord Of The Dance

For a quarter of a century, Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance has been dazzling audiences across the globe with its unique combination of high-energy Irish dancing, original music, storytelling and sensuality. Now it comes to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre as part of its 25th Anniversary celebrations. Since its premiere 25 years ago, it has become one the most successful touring productions in entertainment history, having been seen by over 60 million people.


22 February
25 February