Thursday Lates at the National Gallery of Ireland

Photo: National Gallery of Ireland, Thursday Lates graphic, New Graphic 2022.
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Photo: National Gallery of Ireland, Thursday Lates graphic, New Graphic 2022.

We’re delighted to announce the return of Thursday Lates for the duration of our new exhibition, Turner: The Sun is God.

Every Thursday evening, visitors can avail of €5 tickets to see this magnificent display of almost 90 works from Tate’s impressive collection, on show in Ireland for the first time. The Gallery Café and Gallery Shop will be open for food, drink and retail therapy every Thursday night, too, and in addition, we’re excited to present a new three-part monthly series of free music, art, craft and design evening events, funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media in support of the Night-Time Economy.

Book €5 tickets (Thursdays 5pm – 8.30pm) to Turner: The Sun is God here. 

Special Thursday Lates Events

Series funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media in support of the Night-Time Economy.

Thursday 10 November from 4.30pm 

November’s Thursday Lates event is design and craft themed. Join a free tour highlighting some of the exquisite fashion and design featured in our collection, and enjoy a craft and design showcase with demonstrations on the night by some of the artists and designers associated with the Gallery and the Gallery shop. We’ll also have Dublin Book Festival and RTÉ Arena broadcasting live from the Gallery with an evening of conversation and culture, as Seán Rocks is joined by Wendy Erskine, Louise Kennedy and José Ignacio Valenzuela with music from John Francis Flynn.

Find out more about our November Thursday Lates here.

Thursday 1 December from 4.30pm 

To kick off the festive season, we’ll be hosting an evening of music at the Gallery. Specially created tours will take place from 4.30pm  onwards exploring music in the national collection. We’ll host a free concert by award-winning pianist Máire Carroll in the beautiful surrounds of our iconic Shaw Room, which will include the public premiere of a new composition. You can book your free place for this performance here.

Thursday Lates at the National Gallery of Ireland are funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media in support of the Night-Time Economy.

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