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26th March 2014 – 6th April 2014

Price : A Mix of Free and Ticketed

CONTACT

+3531879737401
fivelampsarts@gmail.com

WEB

www.fivelamsarts.ie

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Five Lamps Arts Festival
This festival provides an opportunity for children and adults to enjoy the arts in the historic North East inner-city area of Dublin. The festival supports the local arts scene and brings a variety of exciting new artists to this part of the city. This festival provides provides local communities and visitors to the area an opportunity to enjoy a vibrant programme of artistic events. This year's theme will be "Making Connections".
 
The Five Lamps Festival is an annual area-based arts festival built on a unique partnership between Marino College and members of the Five Lamps community. It is committed to inclusivity, participation, and the creation of and presentation of locally relevant, artistically ambitious work. It aims to animate public spaces and contribute to the perception of the area as a positive and creative place in which to live and work.
 
 
Click here for the full programme of events see our website.
 
Five Lamps Arts Festival

26th March 2014 – 6th April 2014

Price : A Mix of Free and Ticketed

CONTACT

+3531879737401
fivelampsarts@gmail.com

WEB

www.fivelamsarts.ie

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This festival provides an opportunity for children and adults to enjoy the arts in the historic North East inner-city area of Dublin. The festival supports the local arts scene and brings a variety of exciting new artists to this part of the city. This festival provides provides local communities and visitors to the area an opportunity to enjoy a vibrant programme of artistic events. This year's theme will be "Making Connections".
 
The Five Lamps Festival is an annual area-based arts festival built on a unique partnership between Marino College and members of the Five Lamps community. It is committed to inclusivity, participation, and the creation of and presentation of locally relevant, artistically ambitious work. It aims to animate public spaces and contribute to the perception of the area as a positive and creative place in which to live and work.
 
 
Click here for the full programme of events see our website.
 
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