Updated opening Hours and Festive Greetings

Weather Update Due to adverse weather conditions The Model will be closed for the rest of this week (22 Dec. – 24 Dec.) Christmas Opening Hours We are therefore now closed for the Christmas Holidays. The Model will reopen on Wed 05 January. Restaurant Opening Hours Conrad’s Kitchen is open

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Deaf Joe is awarded Model Music residency

One of Ireland’s most promising new artists; Deaf Joewas awarded The Model’s Music Residency this December, following an open call for applications earlier in autumn. The selection panel included the Model’s first Music Fellow John Lambert (aka Chequerboard) and Aoife Flynn, formerly Music and Events Manager at The Model. John

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Opening Hours Updated from The Model

Opening Hours Update: Due to adverse weather conditions The Model will not be open this Saturday and Sunday, 18 and 19 December. The Model will close today, Friday 17 December at 4pm and will re-open again on Tuesday 21 December for regular opening hours. Therefore the scheduled cinema screening tomorrow

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A special Screening of The Pipe at The Model Cinema

Risteard Ó Domhnaill’s moving documentary, The Pipe on the Corrib gas controversy in Erris peninsula, Co. Mayo screened last Saturday evening in The Model Cinema and was followed by a Questions and Answers. The screening ended with a loud applause, for the members of the community from Co. Mayo who

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Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives – An Alternative Christmas Movie!

The 40 year architect- turned – director Apichatpong Werasethakul, or just plain Joe to his friends won the Palm d’Or in Cannes for surreal and experimental film, Uncle Boonmee, Who Can recall His Past Lives. Past winners of the illustrious prize, include Michael Hanneke’s The White Ribbon and Ken Loach’s

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The Big Draw-Oh to be a Toddler!

The recent conclusion of a very special programme of workshops marked a best practice benchmark for an emerging audience of the arts. The Big Draw workshops were aimed at toddlers of two to four years of age and are set to recommence in the New Year. Over the past ten

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