The Five Lamps Arts for Heritage Week

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Monto Walk with Terry Fagan

  A Walk back in time with Terry Fagan North Inner City Folklore Project. Story’s from around Dublin’s famous Red-Light district known as Monto. Hear the story’s of the famous Madams who ran the brothels, and of the women known as the “Poor Unfortunates” who walked the Streets of Monto  and of the man Frank […]

Niamh Creely: Physical Narrative Workshop

Physical Narrative – how can the body tell a story? This workshop will explore how to refine and define gesture, minimalist narrative – how stories can be told with the barest of ingredients – and comic improvisation. The workshop is by writer and circus performer Niamh Creely of Ether Productions. You don’t need to be […]

Ether Productions Circus Cabaret Spectacular

Ether Productions Circus Theatre Company Niamh Creely and Jonathan Walsh are Ether Productions, a theatre company that revels in the world of aerial circus. Niamh, a writer who ran away with the circus and Jonathan, an award-winning boylesque performer with killer comic-timing recently performed at the Project Arts Centre with their new comedy duo show The Locked Room. […]

Reic // Recite, A Bilingual Spoken Word Event in association with Irish Writers Centre

Féachfar anocht ar nuafhilíocht le béim ar an bhfocal labhartha; idir dánta, rapcheol, agus amhráin. Cuirfidh bean an tí Ciara Ní Éanacháin fáilte roimh: Séamus Barra Ó Súilleabháin, MC Muipéad, Temper-Mental, MissElayneous, Marcus MacConghail, Eoin P. Ó Murchú, agus Eva O’Connor. Spoken word poetry; featuring poems, songs, and rap. Part of Seachtain na Gaeilge. Eva O’Connor Is dramadóir agus aisteoir í […]

Songwriters’ Train to Sligo

Are you a budding songwriter? A jaded rockstar itching to show off to your bewildered fellow passengers? A misunderstood triangle player looking for an audience that really gets you? Inspired by the Thom Moore song, we’re assembling (exactly like the Avengers) a motley crew of musicians for a free songwriting workshop on the train to […]

Introductory Clown Workshop

Discover what it means to BE a clown. Led by Carol, a graduate of the London International School of Performing Arts, this workshop will focus on the most fundamental elements of clown – authentic presence, playfulness and connection. Places are limited.  

Opening Night Ceremony

The Five Lamps Arts Festival 2015 will launch with a spectacular opening ceremony in Dublin’s Customs House on March 4th at 7pm. Admission is free and its going to be a great event! Actor John Connors will open the festival followed by a Clarion Flute Ensemble, a Fire Dance performance and Samba Drumming. Don’t miss […]

Walk Along the O’Connell Street Meridian

Join Carly Keegan on a walk through Dublin’s O’Connell Street and explore the history of the key monuments on the central meridian. Some of the featured works on the walk include: ‘Monument to Daniel O’Connell’, ‘Jim Larkin’ and ‘The Spire’.

Historical Tour of Dublin’s Docklands

This walk around Dublin’s Docklands area, led by well-known historian, Pat Liddy, will take approximately 1.5 hours. You will hear how this area has been revitalized in recent decades and learn about proposed future developments. This walk is part of Dublin City Council’s “Let’s Walk & Talk.”        

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