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# Exhibition

Last year
2022
# with or without you
U2 members buy out partner company in group's 'world class' visitor centre proposal
Planning documents lodged with the scheme expect that the centre would attract around 390,000 U2 fans to the capital each year.
# Richard Harris
Richard Harris’s legacy to be preserved in new archive exhibition in Cork
The items will be first exhibited in Harris’ birth city of Limerick at the Hunt Museum.
All time
# Pushed Back
Mike Tyson's comeback fight against Roy Jones Jr postponed until November
The 54-year-old was due to take part in an eight-round exhibition bout on 12 September.
# Exhibition
Keane to captain Ireland XI for Sean Cox fundraiser against Liverpool Legends
Mick McCarthy will manage the Irish side.
# RUTH ELLIS
Prison cell of the last woman hanged in the UK recreated in London
Glad I Did It runs at Bermondsey Project Space, London from 14 November to 1 December
# Propaganda
New exhibition aims to deshroud mystery around Countess Markievicz
Ireland’s first female minister was an artist, aristocrat, prisoner, suffragette and soldier.
# michael stone
Loyalist murderer launches art exhibition while on temporary release - victims' relatives not impressed
Michael Stone is coming to the end of a 30-year sentence for murdering six people. He is no stranger to the world of ‘performance art’.
# Exhibition
Posters and postcards show how Irish suffragists were 'ridiculed and feared'
The fascinating documents are on show until September.
# art and design
"I'm hoping it will start a dialogue about mental health": Meet the art students who want to make a difference
Students from NCAD are using their creative skills to tackle social issues with their art and design skills at a new exhibition.
# Euro 2020
FAI wants to build 'an exciting and interactive exhibition' about Irish football history
The FAI said that Dublin’s hosting of four games at the Euros is the “single biggest international event ever to take place in Ireland”.
# History
18th century coffin carrier used in workhouses during Irish famine on display
Some workhouses cut costs by using a coffin with a hinged door so they could lifted from the grave and reused.
# doing their bit
Exhibition shows letters and postcards sent to Irish women from the frontline in World War One
The exhibition looks at the impact the First World War had on Irish women.
# Flying High
First ever permanent exhibition on the Irish flag to open at GPO
The new exhibition opens later this month.
# Bob Geldof
Bob Geldof says he would accept Freedom of Dublin if it was reinstated
The paperwork and files from the Band Aid Trust is being transferred to the National Library of Ireland where it will be catalogued and exhibited.
# Situation Room
How would you deal with a deadly crisis? This exhibit aims to test your limits
You’ll lose friends, ostracise your family and learn a lot about yourself at the Science Gallery’s latest installment.
# Electric Generations
Photos: From fear to freedom - the story of electricity in Irish homes
A new exhibition, Electric Generations, looks at how electricity was sold to Irish people.
# Emigration
Famine emigration stories: Corkman who made it to US went to war in exchange for land for his family
Between 1845 and 1851 around 1.2 million people left Ireland, a new exhibition looks at some of their stories.
# Exhibition
From the front room to The Long Hall: The history of the Dublin pub
‘A Little History of the Dublin Pub’ opens on 1 June and will run until 24 September.
# history under the streets
Ireland's Vikings still haven't unveiled all of their secrets
We’ve found graveyards, houses, and bodies – but there’s still much to be discovered.
# surviving picasso
A new exhibition shines the spotlight on Pablo Picasso's 'forgotten' first wife for the first time
Olga Khokhlova was Picasso’s first muse. They were together for 18 years between 1917 and 1935.
# i won't let go
As Titanic Belfast turns five, here are some of the stories behind the 'unsinkable' ship
The Belfast exhibition has welcomed millions of visitors since it opened.
# McCarthy
Shacks, bears and isolation - an Irishman's summer in a remote Alaskan town
McCarthy, population: 28.
# Easter Rising
One of Dublin's most iconic buildings is taking a trip down memory lane
A new exhibition explores the role Custom House played while Ireland fought for independence.
# in sight out
10 stark images of homeless life are currently adorning the railings of St Stephen's Green
The free exhibit is the latest foray by the In Sight homeless photography project.
# TALES FROM THE OTHER SIDE
From 'bullet books' to Seán O’Casey watercolours: A different look at the Easter Rising
A new exhibition looks at how minority communities in Dublin responded to 1916.
# so mod
Check out these amazing photos of the modern home exhibition at the RDS from 1967
By 1967 many homes were connected so there was a strong focus on electrical devices for sale.
# easter rising tribute
Model houses for forgotten 1916 civilian dead: 'It feels like he is finally getting a gravestone'
A new exhibition remembers the 262 citizens killed during the Easter Rising.
# Out of this World
Check out these incredible photos of the solar system
Simply breathtaking.
# happiest place on earth
WATCH: The trailer for Banksy's Dismaland has arrived
“Where the magic never ends. For five weeks only.”
# Sneaky
US politicians may be unknowingly using paper with the names of dead Iraqi civilians on it
Matt Kenyon has been smuggling the special micro-printed paper into their stationery supplies…
# Palestine
'I want to learn how to swim like a fish': Gaza children take photos of their life inside the city
Children from refugee camps were given cameras to document their day.
# makes sense
This man has been taking a photo of everything he touches... for the last 11 years
It’s all a ‘lifelogging’ art experiment you see
# recovered voices
In photos: The Irish women who made bombs during World War 1
In September of 1917 a factory in Arklow blew up and killed 27 people.
# Photography
What happens when you fall out of love with Dublin?
These photographs investigate.
# recovered voices
Photos: The Irish at War - stories of 21 Irish men and women brought to life
The propaganda posters, letters, guns and even the clothing of the time is on show.
# Exhibition
Roger Federer plays Lleyton Hewitt from moving speed boat at Sydney Harbour
You wouldn’t want to lose your footing on a ‘court’ like this.
# Great War
Family legends, ghosts, and nuns: The real Irish lives of WWI
Meet Jack Leslie, aged 97.
# Great War
These are the real-life stories of Ireland's World War I fighters
The new NLI exhibition features letters from those who served in the war.
# Ok Google
Here's what Google is showing off in a hidden exhibition in London
The tech giant is attempting to convince us to use its apps in all aspects of our lives.
# bleeding art
The artist who injected his wife with horse blood is in Dublin
The Science Gallery has a new exhibition but it’s not for the faint-hearted…