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  • Olympia Theatre Dublin: More Than a Stage

    Meet Maureen Grant, who started working behind the Olympia bar way back in 1949...

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  • The Dublin Theatre Scene

    Discover Dublin's drama...

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  • Lambert Puppet Theatre and Museum

    Lambert Puppet Theatre is a puppet company based in a Monkstown venue, County Dublin.

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  • Abbey Theatre Tours

    Come along and join in for an exclusive insight into the history and behind the scenes work of Ireland’s national theatre on the guided backstage tours.

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  • International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival 2018

    This annual festival celebrates the contributions of gay people to the theatre, past and present, so join in the fun and creative brilliance with the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival as it celebrates and embraces diversity in Dublin today.

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  • Tour of Smock Alley Theatre

    Smock Alley was the first Theatre Royal opened in Dublin in 1662 and was reopened after extensive renovation in 2012 as Dublin’s oldest, newest theatre. Learn more about its fascinating history on a group tour.

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  • Irish Theatre Summer School

    This summer school provides a unique opportunity to study Irish theatre through text and performance in a programme of seminars and acting workshops. This course is open to all students of drama or theatre studies with drama experience. CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: May 2013

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  • Flashdance The Musical

    Get dancing like you've never danced before at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre this June.

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  • Dublin Writers Museum

    The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for any other writers of international renown. The Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin.

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  • Circumstance

    Enjoy this story of rebellion, sub culture, and friendship, directed by Maryam Keshavarz, at Dublin’s New Theatre situated in the heart of Old Temple Bar.

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  • The Westbury Bars & Restaurants

    The Westbury is nestled in the heart of Grafton Street. With it's paved pedestrian walkways, the Westbury Hotel embraces the spirit and vitality of Dublin, in relaxed, contemporary elegance.

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  • Fun Family Festivals

    There's never a dull moment in Dublin with this selection of fantastic festivals to suit the whole family...

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  • Things to Do this Christmas with Kids

    Entertain the little ones in Dublin...

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  • North Star Hotel

    The North Star Hotel is centrally located in Dublin City centre. The hotel boasts well-appointed guest rooms and suites offering every amenity to ensure a comfortable and luxurious stay.

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  • Wicked

    Wicked is one of the best modern musicals out there; thoughtful, smart and with bombastic tunes, it has everything you could ever want from a show. Travel the road to Oz via the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre if that sounds like your kind of entertainment.

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  • Ezra Furman

    The excellent Chicago songwriter Ezra Furman comes to Dublin’s Tivoli Theatre, May 2018.

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  • Sandymount Hotel

    Sandymount Hotel is a unique, family owned, 4* star hotel located between Dublin’s affluent districts of Ballsbridge and Sandymount, just steps from the famous Aviva Stadium and a leisurely stroll to the RDS, 3 Arena and Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

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  • Le Bon Crubeen, 81-82 Talbot Street

    Casual French Brasserie located on Talbot Street, in the north city centre, five minutes stroll from The Spire, O'Connell Street, offering great value lunch and dinner daily.

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  • Ty Segall

    The experimental songwriter is bringing his garage rock, acoustic and progressive influences to Dublin.

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  • The Gaiety School of Acting

    The Gaiety School of Acting - The National Theatre School of Ireland was founded in 1986 by internationally renowned Theatre Director Joe Dowling in response to the lack of full time actor training in Ireland at the time.

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