The Museum of Literature Ireland ( MoLI) is a new landmark cultural institution in the heart of Ireland’s capital city. Picturesquely located on the south side of St Stephen’s Green in one of Dublin’s finest historic houses, Newman House, the museum celebrates Ireland’s world-renowned literary culture from the past to the present, inspiring visitors of all ages to create, read and write.
Dance in the moonlight at NHM and enjoy a serie of special events with visiting artwork Museum of the Moon by Luke Jerram. From moonlit yoga to lunar concerts or an evening of wine and cheese tasting, there is a host of Moon-inspired events to choose from.Read More
This exhibition explores what it means to be human in the 21st century. Divided into four sections, Genetics, Minds & Bodies, Infection, and Climate Breakdown, the new display will present around 50 artworks and objects that reflect our hopes and fears about new forms of medical knowledge, and our changing relationships with ourselves, each other and the world.READ MORE
Water Lantern Festival is filled with fun, happiness, hope, and great memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime. This is a family friendly event that can be shared by everyone. Friends, families, neighbors, and lots of people that you haven't met can come together to create a peaceful, memorable experience.Read More
A special way to celebrate Christmas. The Christ Church Cathedral choir will perform a wide variety of classic carols and modern favourites, the renowned choir will inspire and entertain, whilst the rousing audience carols will really get you into the Christmas spirit.
The Ortús Chamber Music Festival brings together top Irish and international musicians to perform around Cork city and County. The festival also includes educational and outreach projects in schools and public spaces across the community.
The ultimate magical pantomime adventure. Shane Richie stars as Dick Whittingon as he seeks fortune and happiness and becomes the Mayor of London