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Various Locations, Friday 23rd September

The seventeenth edition of Culture Night Dublin will take place on Friday, 23 September 2022. The programme of events features an exciting programme of cultural discovery across Dublin, with the usual myriad of fantastic events and activities.

A massive thank you to Dublin City Council and The Arts Council for their continued work in making sure that Culture Night Dublin happens each year and grá mór to the artists and organisations who are once again gearing up in preparation for the 2022 version on 23 September.


Date:
Friday 23rd September
Time:
From 4.00pm
Price:
Free

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