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Summer’s officially over. But take heart: there are plenty of art, music, movies, books and happenings to ease you through the coming weeks. From Ruth Negga at the Gate to extraordinary new Irish prose and groundbreaking TV, here are thirty-three of the best things to do, see and hear. Compiled by Elaine Prendeville, Nadine O’Regan, John Maguire, Tony Clayton-Lea and Jessie Collins

“A Hamlet for our time” is what Dublin Theatre Festival’s hottest ticket is proposing, and the first staging of Hamlet with a female lead comes at a very interesting juncture indeed. What will also mark Oscar-nominated Ruth Negga’s debut at the Gate, is that the whole production oozes class and a sense of history being made. Featuring stellar Irish acting talent including Owen Roe and Gerard Walsh, direction comes from award-winning South African playwright Yaël Farber. September 21-October 27. gatetheatre.ie JC

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