200 Reasons Not To Leave Dublin


The Irish are a nation of emigrants. After a brief respite, we're back to boats and planes as vehicles for careers and lives. But Dublin's still a great place to live, regardless of how small it m...read more

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Food & Drink

Dining Guide: Seagrass Restaurant

Seagrass has a simple philosophy: to offer great food and service at affordable prices, They have a great BYO wine policy where no corkage is charged. They source the best local and international produce They can find. They are passionate and progressive in what they do and also offer a read more…

Dining Guide: Rigby’s

A New York Deli by Day serving funky breakfasts, big salads and sandwiches becomes FIFO at Rigby’s in the evenings.


Guerrilla Film-making: Interview with KinoD

A non-profit organisation whose mandate is simply to make films – guerrilla films – gathering together like-minded individuals and using whatever resources they want or need. It’s non-hierarchical, non-competitive and erodes the exclusivity often associated with filmmaking, replacing it with an inclusivity that breaks down the social and financial boundaries usually seen in the film industry

Dublin Savoy

17 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin - (0818) 776 776

Earth to Echo

‎1hr 29min‎‎ - Rated PG‎‎ - Action/Adventure‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 13:50‎  ‎16:10‎  ‎18:30‎  ‎20:50‎

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

‎2hr 10min‎‎ - Rated 12A‎‎ - Action/Adventure‎‎ - English‎ - Trailer

Times: 15:15‎  ‎18:00‎

Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie

‎Rated 15A‎‎ - Comedy‎‎ - English‎

Times: 13:40‎  ‎16:00‎  ‎18:20‎  ‎20:45‎




Arts and Culture

Making The Scene


Making the Scene is a series of lunchtime and afternoon talks taking place as part of PhotoIreland 2014 at Gallery of Photography.

The Glamour of His Alienation: Rob Doyle Interviewed


‘As a reader growing up in Ireland, I felt a personal alienation from the kind of books I saw coming out – with some exceptions, you know. A lot of these books were just so sedate, so polite. They didn’t seem to speak to and of the harsh, intense, technological reality I was confronted with.’



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