Five Lamps Arts Festival

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North East Inner City, Thursday 11th April - Saturday 20th April

The Five Lamps Arts Festival, located in the heart of the community in Dublin’s North East Inner City, was founded in 2007 by Roisin Lonergan, a former teacher from Marino College.

We are a smart and resourceful community–based team working year-round with local people and professional artists to put culture, creativity and diversity at the heart of the area’s regeneration.

Since its first edition, the Festival has grown to become a center for the creation and presentation of locally relevant, artistically ambitious works and is a highly regarded and much-loved part of the community.

We believe that everyone should be able to experience and participate in arts and creativity.

Thursday 11th April - Saturday 20th April
Five Lamps, Amiens Street, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Five Lamps, Amiens Street, Dublin, Ireland

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