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Macnas parade image from Bram Stoker Festival promotion 2017

Spectacle, art and literature

Dublin has a feast of festivals to offer this Autumn. Enjoy spectacle, art and literature at Parnell Square Cultural Quarter and Dublin’s north city. The Bram Stoker Festival (27th – 30th October) is inspired by Dracula, Dublin-born writer, Abraham -‘Bram’ Stoker’s most famous novel. This…

READ ARTICLE > October 24th 2017
Culture-Night-Logo

Switch on Culture Night

Dublin will be buzzing on Culture Night, Friday 22nd September. There will be plenty for you to explore and enjoy, discover and rediscover around the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter area. Here are a few ideas to get you started! Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane…

READ ARTICLE > September 13th 2017
Bealtaine Festival, Dublin City Public Libraries

Explore creativity

Explore your creative side in Dublin this May! The Bealtaine festival, celebrating creativity as we age, runs throughout the month at libraries, galleries and arts centres around the city. TheInternational Literature Festival Dublin 2016 will take place from 21 to 29 May. Some events taking…

READ ARTICLE > May 23rd 2016
Dublin: One City One Book 2016. Fallen by Lia Mills.

One City One Book: Fallen

Lia Mills’ novel Fallen, published by Penguin Ireland, is the Dublin: One City One Book choice for 2016. Dublin: One City One Book is an award-winning Dublin City Council initiative, led by Dublin City Public Libraries, which encourages everyone to read a book connected with…

READ ARTICLE > April 18th 2016
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