The Five Lamps Arts Festival returns. Since 2007 as one of the main festivals in Northside Dublin. Celebrating the Five Lamps landmark and surrounding community, this festival will be showcasing a range of art forms including literature, dance, music, visual art and theatre.
In recent years, the Five Lamps Arts Festival has grown beyond a festival alone, and now additionally works year-round with local community groups and schools to develop and run a wide range of arts-based community development programmes.
The 13th edition of Cinemagic Dublin will return this July and August with a feast of virtual film opportunities for young audiences to enjoy. Highlights include World Cinema presented on the Cinemagic Festival Player, Career Crafts Q&A sessions, Film Juries, Creativity Corner Tutorials, the Young Consultants workshops, Film Boot Camp, and the Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Competition.
Considering the current environment in relation to Covid-19, the festival team have pulled out the stops to offer a rich and varied online programme, but a special back to cinema day is being planned at the e
For the month of July, PhotoIreland Festival brings together a programme presenting traditional and contemporary lens-based practices, alongside film and performance, serving a cornucopia of engaging and relevant material — with many works never seen before in Ireland — through exhibitions, talks, and an online critical cooking channel!
Taking its cue from current conflicts and affairs, the festival generates a discussion around complex social and global issues, with topics ranging from hospitality to colonisation, from hunger to overconsumption, trauma to technology, ethics to ideologi