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CITYSONG Abbey Theatre, Abbey Street Lower, Dublin 1. Previews May 25th-28th, opens May 29th-June 8th, 7.30pm (Saturday matinée 2pm). abbeytheat(...)

Dancer Colin Dunne and choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui in Session, with sarod virtuoso  Soumik Datta and composer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Gallen

The disparate choreography featured in the first week of Dublin Dance Festival had one clear similarity: all spoke – with different voices – to some a(...)

The musicians and dancers perform in the same space on stage for Session

Session is a collaboration that brings together two unlikely partners: Colin Dunne, a former Riverdance star from Birmingham, who has been carving out(...)

Dublin Dance Festival, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Rosas Danst Rosas, Photograph:  Anne Van Aerschot

Dreaming in Blue Until February 14th Harry Clarke’s dreamy The Eve of Saint Agnes is at the Hugh Lane in Dublin, but you can see his wonderful waterco(...)

The October bank holiday weekend is one of the busiest for events, as a rake of festivals make a last-minute pitch for your entertainment pocket. Both(...)

Bram Stoker: the Dubliner is best known for his 1897 gothic novel Dracula. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

When is a Bram Stoker Festival not a real Bram Stoker festival? When it’s really a “science fiction, Star Wars-y” Halloween festival, and “a million (...)

Greystones’ Alan Condren captured the Irish Mid-Amateur Championship in style with a seven stroke margin of victory at Clandeboye. Photograph: Pat Cashman

Condren eases to Mid-Amateur victory On a good day for the Greystones Club Alan Condren captured the Irish Mid-Amateur Championship in style with a s(...)

Colin Dunne first encountered Potts’s music in 2001, when he did a Masters in Contemporary Dance at the University of Limerick.

Deviant, playful, melancholic, and at times symphonic, the music of the late Dublin fiddle player Tommy Potts has been a keen influence on many musici(...)

Deep Dish. Photograph: Michael Loizenbauer

Dancers from 11 countries will perform in 40 events as part of this year’s Dublin Dance Festival which runs from May 18th-28th. But behind the diverse(...)

Starting with a blank sheet: David Power, uilleann pipes and whistles;  Maeve Gilchrist, harp; Colin Dunne, dance; Tola Custy, fiddle

Early birds might already know this: the sun rises in Dunsink Observatory some 25 minutes and 21 seconds (precisely) after it peeps over the horizon (...)

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