Pop-up Theatre in Historic Venues

This event has ended

Various Locations, Saturday 28th January

In these free, pop-up, performances ground-breaking Irish female historical figures are brought to life tell their stories in iconic locations around Dublin city.
These non-ticketed events take place across the day on January 28th in sites with connections to the famous figures: EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum, the Abbey Theatre, and The National Museum of Ireland: Decorative Arts and History.

  • Pop up Theatre: Lady Mary Heath
    Venue: EPIC/ CHQ
    Time: 12.30, 1.30, 2.30, 3.30
  • Pop-up Theatre: Teresa Deevy
    Venue: The Abbey Theatre
    Time: 1.00, 2.00, 3.00, 4.00
    These are ISL sign language interpreted performances
  • Pop up Theatre: Eileen Gray
    Venue: National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History
    Time: 12.00, 1.00, 2.00, 3.00

This event is presented by Fáilte Ireland.


Date:
Saturday 28th January
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free

You might alsol like...

What's on

The Dublin Card Show

The Convention Centre

The Dublin Card Show powered by Topps. Join collectors and vendors from Ireland and around the world at the award-winning Convention Centre Dublin this February. Sports cards including Football, Formula 1, NBA, NFL, and MLB will all be available for purchase, trade or to sell on the day. Trading card games will also be represented with Pokemon, Disney’s Lorcana, and others in stock with vendors on the day. Our Headline Sponsor Topps will have the following and more on the day! • The NEW Topps Zone with Take-a-card, Leave-a-card wall & Personalised card photobooth • Topps ‘Sho

What's on

Turning Heads: Rubens, Rembrandt and Vermeer

National Gallery of Ireland

This exhibition features works by Dutch and Flemish artists of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries who were exponents of the tronie – an intriguing painting of a head. Paintings include Study of an Old Woman by Rubens, The Laughing Man, 1629-1630, by Rembrandt and The Man with the Golden Helmet, c. 1650 from the circle of Rembrandt. Vermeer’s most exquisitely detailed tronie, Girl with the Red Hat, c.1665-1667, is an exhibition highlight. Ticketed, admission from €5. This exhibition is a collaboration between the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp and the National Gallery of Irelan

What's on

Talk: Edith Beatty as a Collector

Chester Beatty and Online

Join Dr Jill Unkel, Curator of Western Collection at Chester Beatty for a free lecture in person or online this February. To celebrate International Women’s Day, please join the Curator of Western Collections at the Chester Beatty as she explores the life, interests and collections of Edith Beatty—racehorse owner, collector and gift-giver extraordinaire—and her contribution to the Chester Beatty Collections. Dr Jill Unkel is an art historian whose research interests include manuscript illumination, ecclesiastical architecture, the history of the book, and object histories. She has