The Rivals

Longines Irish Champions Weekend

Get ready for a great weekend of racing as the Longines Irish Champions Weekend returns to Leopardstown and The Curragh, Ireland's two premier racecourses, on Saturday, 9 ans Sunday, 10 September respectively.

The Rivals

Smock Alley celebrate their fifth birthday since re-opening as a theatre with a staging of The Rivals - a hilarious comedy of manners that has entertained audiences for almost 250 years. The show runs from 31 July until 2 September and is a fitting way to celebrate this grand old theatre as writer Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s father Thomas was once the actor/manager of the original Smock Alley Theatre and this will be the first time the play has graced the Smock Alley stage since the 1700s.

The National Gallery of Ireland

by Pat Liddy

A statue for Bill Clinton

At the O'Reilly Theatre


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Charlie Chaplin

Comedy Film Festival

Dingle Crystal

The Doolin craft beer & roots festival

Seamus Heaney

Great Irish Writers