WED­NES­DAY 08.10.14

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MUL­TI­ME­DIA Per­haps All the Dragons Smock Al­ley The­atre, Dublin 5.30pm/7.30pm/9.30pm If any­one can con­nect the dots be­tween us in this con­nected and dis­tanced world, why not a company based in An­twerp called BERLIN? A dig­i­tal in­stal­la­tion of 30 filmed mono­logues in­vite au­di­ence mem­bers to ex­pe­ri­ence five in­di­vid­ual sto­ries each, a mul­ti­me­dia ex­pe­ri­ence guided by the co­hesing the­ory of six de­grees of sep­a­ra­tion. PC FILM PATHS OF GLORY Kubrick Sea­son, Light House Cin­ema, Dublin 3.30pm Dur­ing the First World War the am­bi­tious Gen­eral Mireau (George MacReady) and the noble Colonel Dax (Kirk Dou­glas, above) both know that or­ders to “take” the heav­ily for­ti­fied Ant Hill will make for a sui­cide mis­sion. After the blood­bath it’s left to Dax to de­fend the French troops who, hav­ing wit­nessed the slaugh­ter of their com­rades, re­fused to leave the trenches. Ar­guably Kubrick’s best film. TB ART A His­tory of Play Roscom­mon Arts Cen­tre Un­til Nov 14 roscom­monarts­cen­ Ea­mon O’Kane has turned the Roscom­mon Arts Cen­tre’s large gallery space into an in­ter­ac­tive kinder­garten in­stal­la­tion. In­spired by his own ex­pe­ri­ence as a par­ent, O’Kane draws on the in­struc­tive play ob­jects de­vised early in the 19th cen­tury by Friedrich Frö­bel, the ed­u­ca­tor who in­vetned kinder­garten . His de­signs are still glob­ally em­ployed to­day as a means of link­ing play to cre­ativ­ity. AD

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