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The winner of the inaugural Rising Star Award has been announced, Zoe Kelly has won 12 months of actor training with the Gaiety School of Acting. The aim of the Rising Star award is to give one young person aged between 13 and 18 years of age, who is passionate about the arts, particularly acting, the opportunity to develop their love of acting and help them realise their dreams of becoming a professional actor.
The Rising Star Award was open to all applicants from Youth Reach programmes within the Dublin area. The winner was selected based on an application statement and an audition...
Temple Bar Tradfest celebrates 10 years, and the jam-packed festival programme has something for all ages, with family audiences particularly well catered for. Enjoy performances from young musicians and dancers from Wednesday 28 January right through the big finale, with the weekend of January 31st and February 1st brimming with special Tradkids events right across Temple Bar.
Alongside traditional music events you’ll find the Childvision Petting Zoo on Temple Bar Square, ‘Clayotic’ clay modelling workshops at Filmbase, and 2 days of the best and brightest of young Irish traditional...
Did you tell yourself you'd try something new in 2015? New in the Old City have teamed up with several businesses on Cow's Lane to offer a great selection of fun, unusual and revitalising events this January. Time to give it a go...
Want to let your inner Meryl Streep or George Clooney out? Get a practical, enjoyable and confidence-building introduction to acting and presenting at the Gaiety School of Acting. Gaiety School of Acting is offering complimentary classes to give students a practical, enjoyable and confidence-building introduction to acting and presenting. Visit their...
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