Archive for the Events Category

Spooky but not scary

BY Daragh Doyle from the EPIC On the 28th October otherworldly will descend upon the vaults of the CHQ building in historic Dublin Docklands, as spirits big and small will gather for the inaugural family Samhain festival! The EPIC The […]

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Vinyl Festival returns for a second spin

Following the success of its 2018 event, the much–anticipated Vinyl Festival returns to Dún Laoghaire in November, promising once again to be an unmissable experience for music fans and vinyl record aficionados alike. The festival will take place in a […]

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Mind-Body Extravaganza at RDS

BY Eoin Meegan The Dublin Mind Body Experience will make a welcome return to the RDS this autumn after a few years’ absence, featuring many old favourites along with a sprinkling of new ones in the field of holistic health […]

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Pretty in Pink: Join the Great Pink Run and beat cancer

Eoin Meegan Do you want to face a challenge to help beat breast cancer? The Great Pink Run is back on October 19th in the Phoenix Park. You have a choice of a 10k or a 5k run or walk, […]

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Fiddler’s Green and more

By Kathrin Kobus A very special concert as part of the All in a row charity events will get under way at 8pm this evening in St. Patrick’s Church. Since early afternoon the sound stage has been set up and […]

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PERFECTION

ByDavid Prendeville The new exhibition Perfection is running from now until October 6th at the Trinity College Science Gallery on Pearse Street. The exhibition explores the notion of perfection and how people strive for it in various different forms throughout […]

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10 Years of the Ronnie Drew Crane

By David Prendeville Last Saturday saw local GAA and Ronnie Drew fans come out in force to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Ronnie Drew Crane, organised by Dublin Stevedores. The Ronnie Drew mural which adorns the eponymous crane was […]

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Shakespeare in a Park near you

The Robert Emmet Community Development, plus Direction Out, DCC, and Stanislawski studio proudly present Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” in a musical adaptation. Tomorrow and on Thursday they will be pop up in Merrion Square and in Herbert Park respectively. […]

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Beam me to Spencer Dock

By Kathrin Kobus For five days this August the Convention Centre at Spencer Dock will be the focal point for around 6,000 Science fiction fans from all over the World. Irish scifi fans started planning with the idea “Why don’t […]

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Iris Murdoch: A celebration of her life

Iris Murdoch: A celebration of her life

The prolific Irish author Iris Murdoch who wrote over 25 novels in her lifetime is to have her first posthumous celebration of her work in the north inner city of Dublin where she was born. The residents association behind the […]

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