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Artist Róisín O'Farrell will be unveiling an edible interpretation of her recent Tea Cup Scandal exhibition at the Doorway Gallery on South Frederick Street as part of Culture Night.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
14th September, 2013
Róisín O'Farrell: art you can get your teeth into.

Edible art on Culture Night

Artist Róisín O'Farrell will be unveiling an edible interpretation of her recent Tea Cup Scandal exhibition at the Doorway Gallery on South Frederick Street in Dublin on Friday as part of Culture Night.

The Goodall's Edible Art Gallery event runs from 5pm to 11pm, and will feature 20 edible pieces of art. Admission is free, and visitors are welcome to nibble on the exhibits.

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