Updated – April 11th 2013.
2nd February 2013 – 5th May 2013
Venue: National Gallery of Ireland
This exhibition will feature a selection of Jack B. Yeats’s sketchbooks covering 50 years of the artist’s career.
Dublin One City One Book
1st April 2013 – 30th April 2013
This is a project designed to encourage the people of Dublin to read the same book during the month of April.
The Five Lamps Arts Festival
9th April 2013 – 28th April 2013
This year's festival is spread across different venues in North Dublin, with a particular emphasis on commemorating the 1913 Lockout.
IETM 2013 Spring Plenary Meeting
11th April 2013 – 14th April 2013
Venue: Project Arts Centre
The Spring Plenary of IETM (international network for contemporary performing arts) will see over 500 performing arts professionals from many different countries around the world arrive in Dublin for four days of creative thinking and networking.
Dave Hardy and the Blue Clavon Orchestra
13th April 2013
Venue: National Concert Hall
Dave Hardy and the Blue Clavon Orchestra make a welcome return to the National Concert Hall with their unique blend of pop, swing, rock ‘n roll, Latin-American and Irish, all-time favourites.
Spar Great Ireland Run
14th April 2013
Venue: Phoenix Park
The SPAR Great Ireland Run, now in its eleventh year, is a 10km road race and is billed as one of the highlights in Dublin’s sporting calendar.
Franco-Irish Literary Festival 2013
19th April 2013 – 21st April 2013
Venue: Dublin (The National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2)
The Festival is organised by the Alliance Française Dublin and the Cultural and Scientific Service of the French Embassy and invites Irish and French writers. This year due to the Irish Presidency of the European Union, authors from European countries such as Germany, Belgium, Czech Republic, Northern Ireland and Romania will also be invited.
Dublin Bay Prawn Festival
25th April 2013 – 28th April 2013
Venue: Dublin (Howth)
The Dublin Bay Prawn is regarded as “one of the tastiest foods out there” and Howth is its home. No matter which way you like your Dublin Bay Prawns - barbecued, whole, shelled, fried, skewered, marinated, sauced - Howth's many award winning restaurants are waiting to serve your favourite prawn dishes in bite sized portions at the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival "Food Village".
The Lion King
27th April 2013 – 22nd June 2013
Venue: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
The Sunday Independent said: “If you go to only one musical this lifetime, make sure it’s this one.”
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