The Miyazaki season continues at The Screen with_Howl's Moving Castle_, which follows young woman named Sophie who is cursed by the evil Witch of the Waste and finds safe harbour in the peculiar moving castle of the wizard Howl.
Professor Ray Gillespie (NUIM) gives a lecture titled ‘Preserving the minds of the lower orders’: Censorship and freedom in early modern Ireland'. This is the first lecture in a series looking at the ways in which the Irish press was censored from the arrival of printing in 1551 to the late twentieth century.
British artist Nathaniel Mellors presents his new film work The Sophisticated Neanderthal Interview, an interview between Truson, a character from Mellor’s earlier work Ourhouse, and an apparently genuine Neanderthal man.
Merging gender, race play and high fashion, the photographer and performance artist 2Fik performs more than 80 characters from the famous Daniel Maclise painting The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife to create a contemporary version. Part of Dublin Fringe Festival 2014.
As part of the Dublin Fringe Festival, the Samuel Beckett Bridge will be transformed into Ireland's largest musical instrument in a once-off large-scale outdoor performance, which tells the story of the Harp of Dagda on a massive scale.