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Dublin International Piano Festival

The Directors of the Dublin International Piano Festival & Summer Academy announce the details of this year’s programme, which will be staged across Ireland’s capital from July 22nd to 30th, 2017. Now in its 5th year, the 9-day festival makes a much anticipated...

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TASTE OF DUBLIN 2017

An estimated 10 billion champagne bubbles are expected to be consumed by attendees at this year’s Taste of Dublin in partnership with Electrolux which begins this Thursday 15th June and runs until Sunday 18th June. These bubbles will be served by Taste of Dublin in...

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Desktop Worshop 21st June

Mefacilyta DeskTop are hosting an Assistive Technology workshop to share with other service providers the work we have been doing on the Erasmus+ European funded project. This is a skill-teaching android application developed by the Vodafone Foundation in Spain. It...

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Green Schools Picnic

A Green Schools Picnic is being held in the People’s Park, Dún Laoghaire to celebrate the bestowing of the 100th Green Schools Award to a Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown School.  From 10am – 11am DLR Schools are invited to bring their Green Flags to use as picnic blankets to...

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KBC Bank Ireland launches new fund for Ireland’s Bright Ideas

KBC Bank Ireland has announced that as part of KBC Bright Ideas it has doubled its support fund to €200,000 and launched a new scheme for Ireland’s leading social innovators and entrepreneurs. KBC’s Business Bright Ideas will assist for-profit organisations in the...

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Power of Dreams

Live in studio we have The Power Of Dreams Show with Marian Shanley, Padraic Marren & Special guest Glenn Gigi Gannon - with his vast experience from writing over 30 songs, he will be talking about music composition. They will also be chatting about music videos...

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Kilmacud Musical Society Performs All Shook Up

The Kilmacud Musical Society is taking to the stage at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum Town Centre, with All Shook Up. The show runs from Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th March. Show time is 8pm nightly and also includes a matinee at 2pm on Saturday. Admission:€17 Tues/ Sat...

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***🌸***COMPETITION TIME***🌸*** Thanks to our friends at the Clayton Hotel Leopardstown, to help celebrate Mother's Day, we our giving away a table for 4 people on Sunday 26th March!!! For a chance to win, all you have to do is like and share this...

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On the News Review this week

Pro-choice campaign group ROSA will defy the 8th  Amendment next month when they travel around the country next month handing out abortion pills as part of a national tour. The EU-Canada Trade Deal known as CETA was passed this week in the European Parliament....

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Coming up on the News Review at 1pm

Residents at the Beacon South Quarter apartment complex may have to pay €10m to fix fire safety and structural defects in their homes. During the week, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council decided to defer payment until more information is known. Sinn Fein...

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The Merg Sessions – Event

A poetry event hosted by local poet Kenneth Nolan Where - Saturday afternoons in County Library, Tallaght When - Feb 11, march 11, April 8, may 6, June 10, July 8, Aug 12, Sept 9, Oct 7, Nov 4, Dec 2 Time - 1:30 pm - 4 pm If you are a poet or prose writer and would...

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Coming up on the News Review at 1pm

New legislation is being debated in both the Dáil and Seanad this week, which aims to tackle the current homeless crisis. This bill however, has come under fire from housing groups who say some of its points give too much power to developers and landlords, which will...

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Christmas Craft Fair at the The Goat Grill

This year The Goat Grill will be hosting their first ever Christmas Craft Fair in support of local entrepreneurs and Irish handmade crafts. All the stalls at the Craft Fair are fully booked. So, go along on the night to support all your local businesses and crafters....

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