THIS IS THE BIGGEST GOULASH WE'VE EVER COOKED IN DUBLIN! In the mighty SPIEGELTENT at Merrion Square, an experience like no other with Balkan brass, gypsy tambourines, Spanish flamenco, Polish oberek in a crazy blend of rhythms: welcome to Fringe’s closing night party!
Belvedere College SJ presents the Living Vintage Fashion Show - an evening of authentic 1940-1950 vintage fashions and accessories presented in an atmosphere of fun and nostalgia.
Our event is a fund-raiser for Belvedere Youth Club - a youth club based in Buckingham Street that has been serving the youth of Dublin's inner city since 1918.
This year's PalFest Ireland Finale Concert on Saturday 16th July at the O'Reilly Theatre will be a stellar affair with DECLAN O'ROURKE, FRANCES BLACK, STEVE WALL, DYLAN TIGHE and LISA LAMBE.
We Are Rachel Corrie, a performed reading based of the personal correspondences from Gaza of the American human rights defender Rachel Corrie, crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer in 2003. With actors Mary Murray, Neilí Conroy, Charlotte Bradley, Katie Honan, Clara Purcell, Donal O’Kelly. Music by Jane Hughes and James MacCafferty. Adapted by Sorcha Fox, directed by Rachael Dowling.
Dovie Thomason, Native American storyteller with an excerpt from her celebrated show “How The West Was Spun”.
Palestinian storyteller Fidaa Ataya from Kafr Nima near Ramallah, with her compelling version of the traditional story The Doma Tree
Hosted by PalFest Ireland in association with the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
You are in for a treat, no matter the language, although the guys will perform some tunes in English too, but if you are into performance and music, and want something alternative, different, mad and warm at the same time. Come over. We will get you a drink on us too! Win Win.
Irish Premiere of this renowned film which tells the story of two sisters who, despite their mutual animosities, decide to look after their old, lonely and despotic father (English subtitles available).
Marian Dziędziel will meet the audience after the screening.
Kapela Maliszow, Supertonic Orchestra, Tadirindum band, Polish folkdance workshops, live music and dj’s, paintings, sculpture and short movies. In addition to all that – Adam Bielecki, a famous Polish alpine climber.
And last but not least, Polish food to taste and Polish beer to drink!
“Children of the Rising” is a play that is set in Dublin 1 over the days of the Rising. It was inspired by Joe Duffy's book of the same name and was written by Belvedere Teacher Fiachra Sheridan. It is performed by First year students.
Unique eclectic sounds informed by Rare grooves, Afro-soul, Brazilian music and Tropical jams will warm your St Patrick week-end and bring some cosmopolitan vibes in the mix. Plus our resident iZem will be coming back from a long trip through South America full of nice tunes to keep you raving in a Tropical Paddy style!'
Wojtek Mazolewski is a Polish jazzman of the premier kind – one the one hand drawing on the classic sound and recording techniques, a musical heir of the internationally appreciated classics of Polish jazz; on the other, an artist creating music which is fresh, comprehensible for the young audience who listen to new stuff, who know and taste jazz with such artists as Koop, Brad Mehldau, or Robert Glasper Experiment.
The Annual Wind Band Evening is a showcase concert for students of Belvedere College's Instrumental programme. The evening will feature a debut appearance from the newly formed Elements Wind Band in addition to performances from the schools Concert, Symphonic and Jazz Bands. A brilliant night with a variety of performances, not to be missed.
Belvedere College Dramatic Society present William Golding's 'Lord of the Flies' adapted for the stage by Nigel Williams.