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Porcelain @ The Peacock
Running until March 10th
The Abbey Theatre presents the professional debut of Irish Playwright Margaret Perry’s Porcelain. Porcelain explores the real-life tragedy of Bridget Cleary, who was murdered in 1895. The play weaves past and present, myth and fact to explore the parallel stories of two Irish women in a modern-day thriller. For more information click here.
The Five Lamps Arts Festival
7th – 11th March
The Five Lamps Arts Festival is a unique showcase of arts, culture and social life in the heart of the north inner city. The festival has grown into an anticipated annual event that brings together members of the Dublin community from both sides of the Liffey for a celebration of tradition, history, storytelling, and performance, and an all-around great day out for folks from all walks of life. There are over 100 events to choose from, which you can rummage through here.
St. Patrick’s Festival 2018
15th – 19th March
It’s five days of events, arts and culture in Dublin city. This year the festival is following the theme ‘home’, with the likes of our home-grown GoT star Liam Cunningham leading the parade on the 17th. There’s plenty of events to choose from, click here for event details.
Ireland’s Fashion Radicals Exhibition
Running until March 25th.
The Little Museum of Dublin is showcasing the designs and talents of some of Ireland’s most prestigious 1950’s fashion designers in their Ireland’s Fashion Radicals exhibition. See the designs of Sybil Connelly, Irene Gilbert, Clodagh Phibbs and Neillí Mulcahy and learn about their influence on fashion both in Ireland and across the world! For more information click here.
Dublin Comic Con Anime Edition
31st March – 1st April
Its comic con meets anime, and it’s coming to the Convention centre. From TV, film personalities and comic creators to artists, fans and professionals, it’s a weekend packed with gaming, workshops, demos, activities and plenty more. For more information click here.