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The “new face” of The Royal Academy

The Royal Academy celebrates its 250th birthday with a £56m makeover. It opened to the public on the 19th of May with a weekend...

Dublin 8 in Ireland to come alive this weekend with a series of events...

A series of cultural events know as, Culture Date with Dublin 8 will take place in the historic Kilmainham and Inchicore area of Dublin,...

Anthony Horowitz ‘Mindgame’: Review

Who can you trust? Whose reality do you believe? Everything just seems a little bit off. Nothing appears as it seems. No, I’m not...

Mindgame by Anthony Horwitz returns to the West End this May

Anthony Horwitz psychologically dark thriller Mindgame comes to the Ambassador theatre in London’s West End this May. This follows a critically acclaimed UK tour. Horwitz,...

Book Shambles interview Bryan Cranston for their 100th episode: release date 17th of May

Presenters Robin Ince and Josie Long of Book Shambles, speak with actor Bryan Cranston about his autobiography, A Life in Parts. He is best...

Folk band, Altan to play Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin fundraiser for refugee event

Having recently returned from a successful tour in the US, the Irish folk band are performing to raise money for World Refugee Day dinner....

From dystopia to utopia and back with Stuart Sheldon

For many years the focus of Miami based artist, Stuart Sheldon’s work has been on the theme of social justice. More recently his work...

Tate Britain announces shortlisted artists for this year’s Turner prize 2018.

The choice this year is very on point and relevant, with works dealing with racial tensions, police brutality, LGBT issues, post-colonialism, human rights and...

Galeria Presença presents In Limbo by Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen

For his solo exhibition “In Limbo” in Portugal, Danish Artist, Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen brings us his film production Quicksand along with new prints from his ongoing...
Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra

Palmyra Review – A Story of power, ego and revenge

Written and performed by French actor Bertrand Lesca and Greek actor Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra is a play about destruction, power, ego and revenge. The...

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