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Screening: Die Hard (1988)

Screening: Die Hard (1988)

New York City policeman John McClane (Bruce Willis) is visiting his estranged wife (Bonnie Bedelia) and two daughters on Christmas Eve. He joins her at a holiday party in the headquarters of the Japanese-owned business she works for.But the festivities are interrupted by a group of terrorists who take over the exclusive high-rise, and everyone in it. Very soon McClane realizes that there’s no one to save the hostages — but him.

 

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7 Christmas Dates Ideas

7 Christmas Dates Ideas

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Screening: Elf (2003)

Screening: Elf (2003)

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Screening: Purple Rain (1984)

Screening: Purple Rain (1984)

A victim of his own anger, the Kid (Prince) is a Minneapolis musician on the rise with his band, the Revolution, escaping a tumultuous home life through music.While trying to avoid making the same mistakes as his truculent father (Clarence Williams III), the Kid navigates the club scene and a rocky relationship with a captivating singer, Apollonia (Apollonia Kotero). But another musician, Morris (Morris Day), looks to steal the Kid’s spotlight — and his girl.

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Theatre: Asking For It

Theatre: Asking For It

Landmark Productions and The Everyman in association with the Abbey Theatre present Asking for It by Louise O’Neill A STAGE ADAPTATION BY MEADHBH McHUGH IN COLLABORATION WITH ANNABELLE COMYN Audience reaction to the acclaimed stage adaptation of Louise O’Neill’s devastating novel has been overwhelming. The initial Cork dates quickly sold and the following […]

Dublin Theatre Festival

Dublin Theatre Festival

We bring world-class theatre to Dublin, support artists in creating outstanding work and provide a platform to showcase the best of Irish theatre to the world.

At the heart of the festival is the city of Dublin – its people and its stories – and a commitment to contributing to the vibrant social and cultural life of our capital. Our mission is to present a programme of exceptional theatrical experiences that will appeal to the diverse communities and visitors that make up our city.

We have a rich history, with much to celebrate, but we are most excited about is what is yet to come. In the future, we want to see more people participating in culture and more artists creating bold new work that challenges and inspires.

Dublin Theatre Festival 2019 will take place from 26 September – 13 October.

The festival programme incorporates theatre, music, dance and family events, as well as artist talks, public discussions and artist development programmes, with performances taking place in venues and locations across the city and the greater Dublin area.

Present Excellent Irish and International Theatre

We present a wide range of theatre in venues large and small, classic drama by celebrated artists and companies, alongside work by exciting, emerging theatre-makers from home and abroad.

Theatre for Children

Dublin Theatre Festival and The Ark, a cultural centre for children, collaborate to present a programme of fresh and engaging shows created for children that adults will also delight in.

Festival+

Festival+ is a series of free events, open to the public, comprising interviews with artists and creatives that enrich festivity and public’s experience of the festival.

Artistic Development

Dublin Theatre Festival is committed to the development and support of artists and their work. Through artist development programmes, presenting in development works and engaging with international networks, the festival supports both Irish and international projects aimed at inspiring, cultivating and celebrating emerging and established artists.

Screening: The Omen (1976)

Screening: The Omen (1976)

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Screening: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

Screening: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) has an uncanny skill at cutting classes and getting away with it. Intending to make one last duck-out before graduation, Ferris calls in sick, “borrows” a Ferrari, and embarks on a one-day journey through the streets of Chicago. On Ferris’ trail is high school principal Rooney (Jeffrey Jones), determined to catch him in the act.

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Screening: Pretty Woman (1990)

Screening: Pretty Woman (1990)

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