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July 2012

Sunday 1st January 2012 to Monday 31st December 2012

Dublin City of Science 2012

In 2012, Dublin will be the self-declared ‘City of Science’. This ‘year of science celebration’ will consist of a programme of over 160 science-related events that cross the worlds of art and culture.

A programme of events has been compiled to break down perceptions of science and related subjects. These events are targeted at the general public and vary from a science themed picnic to and orchestral piece from the World Science Festival in New York. The programme, which will be announced shortly consists of photographic and art exhibitions, several theatre pieces, film festivals, tours, trails and treasure hunts, street performances, science buskers, puppet performances, large-scale interactive installations, experiments, science carnivals and public talks, debates and workshops and even a fashion show!

ESOF 2012 is the largest general science event in Europe and is held in a different European city every two years, 2012 sees Dublin host the event in July attracting the world's top scientists to the capital.

A full schedule of events will be announced in late January and kick off in February to celebrate Dublin City of Science.

Already The Science Gallery have confirmed their 2012 exhibitions, see details below:

EDIBLE
10th February - 6th April
This exhibition will explore how time, place, technology & taste shape the experience of eaters.

HAPPY?
27th April - 1st June
This exhibition will attempt to get to the bottom of exactly why Irish people are so happy.

HACK THE CITY
22nd June - 7th September
This is the flagship exhibition for The Science Gallery in 2012. It will demonstrate how innovation can transform our cities from the ground up.

NANOLAB
14th September - 14th October
Will investigate how cutting edge developments in nanotechnology could transform everything from electronics to medicine to clothing.

GAME
26th October - 18th January 2013
Will play with the future of gaming, leveraging the Ireland's emerging role as an important global hub of the games industry.


Dublin
Sunday 1st January 2012 to Thursday 31st January 2013

The Vaughan Bequest of Turner Watercolours

On 25 January 1900, a resolution was passed by the Governors and Guardians of the National Gallery of Ireland which ‘gratefully accepted’ Henry Vaughan’s bequest of 31 watercolours and drawings by J.M.W. Turner RA. Vaughan was a wealthy English collector who died in 1899, aged 90. His valuable art collections were distributed among various public institutions. His prized Turner watercolours were divided between the National Galleries in London, Dublin and Edinburgh.
He was concerned for the long-term safety of the works and stipulated that they should only be shown in January and provided a cabinet for their safe storage when not on display. The Gallery undertook to ‘comply with the conditions laid down by Vaughan’s will for the management and exhibition of the drawings’ and this year’s showing continues what has become tradition much loved by visitors.


The National Gallery of Ireland
Thursday 16th February 2012 to Sunday 28th April 2013

Masterpieces from the Collection

Masterpieces from the Collection is a special presentation of some of the finest works in the Gallery’s collection, now open in the Beit Wing and Millennium Wing. It includes a stunning selection of paintings from the European collection, and includes key works by Hugh Douglas Hamilton, James Barry, William Orpen and John Lavery.


National Gallery of Ireland
Thursday 10th May 2012 to Sunday 2nd September 2012

U2 1978-1981 Photographs by Patrick Brocklebank

U2 manager Paul McGuinness will open U2: 1978-81 at the Little Museum of Dublin Thursday, May 10th. The exhibition features 33 rare early photographs of U2. It’s the first time that the photographs have ever been exhibited, and the show is already the subject of massive international interest.

U2: 1978-81 reveals the early U2 as a tight but restless unit – future icons but also teenagers mucking around. The photographs were taken by Dubliner Patrick Brocklebank, who worked as a graphic artist and photographer in the 1970s. “Because I was always in town,” recalls Brocklebank, “and because we were the same age, I’d often see U2 around the place. The show records the energy and ambition of a local band that would later conquer the world.”

Mucking around in Trinity College or gigging in the Project, the images reveal the relentless surge of a band on the rise. Pots, guns and paintings are used as props, and Bono proves himself a serial scene-stealer. “Paul [Bono] couldn’t play guitar,” recalls Brocklebank, “and he wasn’t much of a singer, but he had that certain something: the swagger and stage presence that would later make U2 a household name.”

U2: 1978-81 will run at the Little Museum of Dublin until September 1st 2012. The exhibition is sponsored by Jägermeister. The Little Museum is the new people’s museum of Dublin. The museum is open every day from 11am until 6pm.
Price €3.00 to €5.00


Little Museum of Dublin
Thursday 7th June 2012 to Saturday 14th July 2012

The House

Christy has returned home from England for the summer. His first visit is to his neighbours the de Burca family. Old Mrs de Burca and her three daughters each have their own unique relationship with Christy.

Meanwhile in Bunty’s bar Christy’s fellow emigrants Peter and Goldfish swallow pints and share stories of their lives abroad. For them, this is precisely the drink-fuelled homecoming they have saved up for. For Christy, the stakes are higher this time.

Tom Murphy returns to the topic of the emigrant in this tragic tale of the search for home. Set in 1950s Ireland, this play which was commissioned and first staged by the Abbey in 2000, takes on a new resonance in Ireland of today.


Abbey Theatre
Thursday 28th June 2012 to Sunday 2nd September 2012

Riverdance

The internationally-acclaimed celebration of Irish music, song and dance that has thrilled millions around the world returns to the Gaiety Theatre for its ninth summer season.


Gaiety Theatre
Sunday 1st July 2012 to Tuesday 3rd July 2012

Association of Coloproctolgy of GB & Ireland

The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland is a professional society representing more than 1000 Colon and Rectal specialists dedicated to advancing and promoting the science and practice of the treatment of patients with diseases and disorders affecting the colon, rectum, and anus. It is also known as The Association of Bowel Specialists.

The Aim of this Association is,
To advance the science and practice of coloproctology (the medical term for the care of bowel disease)
To advance, educate and promote standards, training and other matters relating to best clinical practice in coloproctology amongst members of the medical profession
To promote the study and publish the useful results of research in coloproctology
To provide and disseminate information to health care professionals and members of the public on matters relating to coloproctology
To promote high ethical standards


Convention Centre Dublin
Wednesday 4th July 2012 to Saturday 14th July 2012

Dara O’Briain ‘’Craic Dealer’’

Dates: 4th -7th & 11th -14th July 2012

Following 2010’s 150 date sell out tour of the UK & Ireland and best selling DVD This Is The Show Irish funnyman Dara O Briain hits the road again with a brand new show for 2012. Dara is one of the most recognisable faces of British TV, hosting Mock The Week, The Apprentice - Your Fired, Stargazing Live and starring in 3 Men in a Boat.

Catch one of the most charismatic, intelligent, fast-talking and downright funny live performers working in the British Isles today.


Vicar Street
Thursday 5th July 2012 to Thursday 5th July 2012

The Stone Rose's

The Stone Rose's play a one off gig in the Phoenix Park Dublin on Thursday July 5th 2012 for an unforgettable concert!


Phoenix Park
Friday 6th July 2012 to Tuesday 10th July 2012

European Socirty for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP) 15th International Congress 2013

European Socirty for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP) 15th International Congress 2013 at the Convention Centre Dublin from July 6th to 10th


Convention Centre Dublin
Wednesday 11th July 2012 to Sunday 15th July 2012

Dublin City of Science 2012

Dublin has been chosen to host Europe’s largest science conference,
ESOF 2012 (Euroscience Open Forum), from 11-15 July, 2012.

To celebrate this prestigious, international event in Dublin, the City of Science 2012, a programme of science-related events and activities, will run throughout the year across the island of Ireland.


Dublin
Wednesday 11th July 2012 to Sunday 15th July 2012

European City of Science

Science programmes will take place around the country leading up to this conference.
This conference will bring together 6,000 scientist, business leaders & government officials to address global challenges, energy climate change, food & health.

Up to 8,000 international delegates (scientists, public policy officials and media) are expected to attend.

EuroScience aims to:
Present the latest developments in science and technology.
Foster a dialogue on the role of science and technology in society and public policy.
Stimulate public awareness of, and interest in, science and technology.


Convention Centre Dublin
Tuesday 17th July 2012 to Wednesday 18th July 2012

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

Bruce Springsteen plays the RDS Dublin for a fantastic show on July 17th & 18th 2012
This will be the fist tour the in three years.

Springsteen's E Street Band tour will be his first since the June death of saxophone player Clarence Clemons, who suffered a stroke and died six days later at age 69.


RDS
Thursday 19th July 2012 to Sunday 30th September 2012

Still In Love With You: The Philip Lynott Exhibition

Following a hugely successful run in London's O2 Arena, Still In Love With You: The Philip Lynott Exhibition returns from Thursday July 19 to the Stephen's Green Shopping Centre in Dublin, where it previously ran for a staggering eight months.

The highly acclaimed exhibition, which brought visitors to Dublin from all over the world last year, garnering rave reviews along the way, will now return to Dublin for the months of July, August and September 2012, with a programme of events being lined up to bring additional fun and entertainment to the run.

Take the amazing journey through the life, times and music of Ireland's iconic rock star. It's the last chance to see the biggest ever collection of memorabilia, song lyrics, exhibits, instruments, paintings, tributes, audio visuals and photographs of the late rock legend. The stunning exhibition gives a unique insight into the background of Ireland's pioneering rock star. DONT MISS! Phil's Dublin, The Record Room, The Stella Cinema and The Guitar Room!

OPEN DAILY from July 19th 2012

Top Floor, Stephen's Green Shopping Centre, Dublin, Ireland

Price €7.00 to €30.00


Saint Stephen's Green, Shopping Centre, Dublin 2
Sunday 22nd July 2012 to Sunday 22nd July 2012

Symphony No. 10

The National Youth Orchestra of Ireland will perform Shostakovich Symphony No. 10 under the baton of Alan Buribayev, Principle Conductor of the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and Fiona Kelly and Jean Kelly will solo in Mozart's flute and harp concerto.


National Concert Hall
Tuesday 24th July 2012 to Wednesday 25th July 2012

MADONNA

The Queen of Pop - MADONNA will make a comeback to Dublin this year at the Aviva Stadium Dublin, for 1 night only July 24th - A concert not to be missed to see the Material Girl live!!


Aviva Stadium
Thursday 26th July 2012 to Saturday 15th September 2012

The Plough and The Stars

The Plough and the Stars returns following its huge success on the Abbey stage in 2010.

Set in a tenement house, against the backdrop of the Easter Rising in 1916, The Plough and the Stars is both an intimate play about the lives of ordinary people and an epic play about ideals and the birth of our nation.

Amidst the tumult of political upheaval, Jack and Nora Clitheroe are ‘like two turtle doves always billing and cooing’, much to the ridicule of their bustling neighbours. But when Ireland calls, Jack must choose between love for his wife and duty to his country.
Heartbreaking, disturbing and very funny, The Plough and The Stars is an historic play that every generation needs to see.

Wayne Jordan, Associate Director of the Abbey Theatre, brings the fresh perspective of a new generation to this iconic play.


Abbey Theatre