Performance

Ceol agus Amhránaíocht/Lunchtime recital with Shay Cotter agus Alfi (band)

Shay Cotter Music Library, Central Library Thursday 5 September at 1pm

Ceol agus Amhránaíocht/Lunchtime recital with Shay Cotter agus Alfi (band).

Classical Guitar Lunchtime Performance

Pearse Street Library, Wednesday 17 July at 1pm 

Join The Boyle Tobin duo for a special classical guitar lunchtime performance.  Acclaimed musicians Ger Boyle and Luke Tobin will perform world dance music pieces arranged for classical guitar.  Enjoy their interpretation of original Spanish, Baroque, South American and Irish music compositions. 

Early Years Music Programme

Cabra Library, Tuesday 18 June, 25 June and 2 July at 10am-10.45am & 11.30am-12.15pm

Early Years Music Programme as part of Cabra Library Creative Hub. Very young children ( age 3-5 years ) are invited to experience music with a range of early years musicians across various musical genres. Each musician will deliver two sessions aimed at a separate audience: Creche/Pre School 10.00am-10.45am and Families 11.30am-15.15pm.  

Bloomsday in Phibsboro

Phibsboro Library, Sunday 16 June 2pm-4.30pm  

Bloomsday in Phibsboro. An afternoon of readings, dance and music in the gardens of Phibsboro Library.  Suitable for all the family.

Bloomsongs

Walkinstown Library, Monday 10 June at 6.30pm  

Mucic recital performed by James Barry, accompanied by Margot Doherty on piano. Bloomsongs is a musical celebration of the songs which appear in the works of James Joyce and includes songs which he wrote and performed hinself.

Bloomsongs

Central Library, Thursday 13 June at 1pm 

Boomsongs ia musical celebration of the songs which appear in and are referred to in the works of James Joyce. Boomsongs, a music recital with performance by James Barry, accompanied by Margot Doherty on piano. 

Greyhound on Train - play by Carnation Theatre

Cabra Library, Tuesday 28 May at 2.30pm
Ballymun Library, Wednesday 29 May at 11am


The War of Independence story that no one has told. Meet four women, not ordinary women, but fghters in a struggle to achieve Irish Independence. This play is a jolt back in time to a turbulent period in Irish history. The title refers to the code used by Bridget Fitzpatrick, a central fgure in the Knocklong Ambush. Greyhound on Train is based on the real testimonies of these four extraordinary women.

Poetry and Prose Readings

Kevin Street Library, Thursday 16 May at 6.30pm
Founded in 1990, Rathmines Writers’ Group has been home to hundreds of writers. For Bealtaine, original members will read from the work of their departed friends, some poems inspired by them, and maybe a few new ones.

Jazz in the Afternoon

The Music Library, Thursday 9 May at 1pm

The Music Library presents Jazz in the Afternoon with The Acoustic Guitar Duo.

Underbelly: Songs of Dublin City

Photo of Martin Hansard on a stool playing his guitar
 

The Music Library (Central Library), Wednesday 1st May at 1.00pm

Underbelly: Songs of Dublin City

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