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  • Ireland at Tanzmesse 2018

    Ireland at Tanzmesse 2018

    This year, three Irish artists have been selected to participate in the official Showcase programme of the event: Oona Doherty, Dance Ireland Associate Artist Liam Scanlon and John Scott. Through presentations of their work on stage and in the studios, they will have the opportunity to meet international festival directors and secure further touring opportunities.

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  • Navá to Perform at WOMEX 2018

    Navá to Perform at WOMEX 2018

    Irish-Persian fusion band Navá special Showcase performance on Friday 26 October at WOMEX World Music Expo.

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  • Irish Performances in Edinburgh this August

    Irish Performances in Edinburgh this August

    The Edinburgh Festival kicks off as largest-ever contingent of Irish artists heade to Scotland with Theatre, Literature, Ballet and Contemporary Dance as part of Culture Ireland GB18

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  • Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, T.D., visits the Venice Architecture Biennale

    Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, T.D., visits the Venice Architecture Biennale

    The Taoiseach visited the 16th Architecture Biennale in Venice on Wednesday 25th July 2018.

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  • FiraTàrrega – September 2018

    FiraTàrrega – September 2018

    Call for Participation in Irish Delegation. Founded in 1981, FiraTàrrega is an international networking and showcase event for the performing arts, with special emphasis on street art and spectacle genres.

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Navá to Perform at WOMEX 2018

Navá to Perform at WOMEX 2018

Irish-Persian fusion band Navá will participate in a special Showcase performance with Culture Ireland support at WOMEX 2018.

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150+ PERFORMANCES OF IRISH WORK IN EDINBURGH THIS AUGUST

150+ PERFORMANCES OF IRISH WORK IN EDINBURGH THIS AUGUST

Largest-ever contingent of Irish Artists headed to Scotland with Theatre, Literature, Ballet and Contemporary Dance as part of Culture Ireland GB18

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