Adrienne Lord presents this mixed media exhibition, dealing with the process of bereavement and exploring the use of text or the written word as image. Running alongside this exhibition is bereavement forum 2004, a series of talks and information on different types of loss with support from various groups and organizations working in the area of bereavement.
County Hall - Dun Laoghaire, Dun laoghaire Rathdown County Council, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Tel: 01-2054869, Fax: 01-2806969
An open mic session plus Featured Poet each Wednesday @ 7.30pm in Fire Bar, Eden Quay, D.1.
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Merrion Square Art Sale & Exhibition where over one hundred Artists exhibit and sell their own original Art work every Saturday and Sunday
Art Sale & Exhibition - Merrion Square, (Park Railings), Dublin 2
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra &Christian Lindberg
Eric Sweeney New work (world première - RTÉ commission), Michael Haydn Concerto for Alto Trombone (1764), Christian Lindberg Mandrake in the Corner play Nielsen Symphony No. 5, Op. 50
Christian Lindberg Trombone, William Eddins Conductor, Pricing Details: * €25 €23.50 €18.50 €13.50 (Choir Balcony €8.50)
Sold Out? Maxim Vengerov, violin
NCH/The Irish Times Celebrity Concert Series 2004/2005
Bach Chaconne, Brahms Sonata No. 1, Maxim Vengerov Violin, Lilya Zilberstein Piano
After previous sell out performances at the National Concert Hall we are pleased to welcome back this much adorned and exhilarating violinist to engage audiences in an eclectic programme of works together with pianist Lilya Zilberstein
Pricing Details: * €65 €55 €50 €40 (€25 Choir Balcony)
Hotelbaustelle:Park Hyatt Hotel
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Practising Architecture is running at the RHA Gallagher Gallery in Ely Place, Dublin, until March 28th 2004 ????
Ing. Peter Rice (Centre Pomidou)
Geoge Bernhard Shaw