Event- Trinity Arts Festival (more dates)
Location- Trinity College Dublin
Description- It’s that time of year again, when campus is taken over by a **FREE** celebration of the arts and there is always something wonderful to do.That’s right, Trinity Arts Festival is back! The most creative week of the college calendar is back and better than ever. All events are entirely free, and feature contributions from many different societies on campus.
Expect a week filled with various workshops, performances, talks and more which is guaranteed to keep you entertained.
Event- Murder Of Crows
Location- Project Arts Centre
Description- Murder of Crows is a new play by upcoming Dublin playwright Lee Coffey. In 2016 his previous work, Leper + Chip, was such a success at the miniscule Theatre Upstairs that it graduated to the Project Arts Centre where it was a box office smash.
Event- Nightmares On Wax
Location- District 8
Description- Iconic Warp mainstay Nightmares on Wax can now announce his long-anticipated return with new album Shape The Future.
Location- Trinity Long Room Hub, Fellows Square, Trinity College Dublin
Description- This lecture is part of a series entitled “Beyond the Book of Kells: The stories of eight other medieval manuscripts from the library of Trinity College Dublin.”
In this talk Dr Niamh Patwell from UCD will discuss TCD MS 70: A Wycliffite Psalter. The rejection of Latin as the language of religion in favour of vernaculars in the 1960s is well known; attempts to convey the word of God in English in the fourteenth century will be less familiar. TCD 70, with its basic instructional works introducing the fundamental tenets of the Christian faith and text of the Psalms in English, represents just such an early attempt to democratise access to scripture, at a time when there was the danger such activity would be condemned as heretical.
Children’s Event- Seasonal Activity Sheet- Spring Into Action! (more dates)
Location- National Museum Of Natural History
Description- Spring has sprung so why not drop in to the Museum and try our Spring Activity Trail. Activity sheets are available at the stands in Reception and the Irish Room. Don’t forget your pencil!
Event- Death Fears The Irish
Location- The Harbour Bar, Bray (not technically Dublin yes but close enough to share if the events are good!)
Description- It is said that we all must face death, and it is the fear of death that is the most profound of fears. We spend our whole lives denying it, distracting ourselves from it, and pretending that it won’t happen to us. We’ve built civilisations and religions around the idea of eternal life, whether of the body or of the soul. It is one of the great driving forces of the human experience.
So why is it, then, that the warriors of Old Ireland seemed to have no fear of death? Why did they throw themselves into situations they could not possibly survive? How was it that they went to their deaths exuberant, triumphant, even laughing?
Join us in the cold weeks of January as we warm the soul with tales of old, and learn why it is that Irish heroes do not fear death: but Death fears the Irish!
Location- Lucan Library
Description- This workshop will show you how growing vegetables in containers. Urban gardeners make use of rooftops, balconies, alleyways, sidewalks or whatever little space the gardener has available.
Cost- Free. Book your place here- Lucan@sdublincoco.ie/ 01 6216422
Event- Asia Market Food Tour (more dates)
Location- Asia Market, Drury Street
Description- To celebrate Chinese New Year, Asia Market, the destination for Asian Food and Ingredients in Ireland, will be hosting a Tasting Tours of the market.
They will guide you around the newly revamped store which is a labyrinth into another world, giving you a chance to explore the tastes, sights and delights of Chinese food and drinks.
A limited number of tickets are available for this exclusive tour of Asia Market.
Tour includes:– 1. Personal tour of the market explaining all the wonderful ingredient, 2. Chinese tea, 3. Chinese New Year snacks on arrival, 4. Food sampling and nibbles throughout the tour, 5. Sake and wine sampling, 6. One goodie bag to bring home.
Event- Evening Tour of The National Gallery (more dates)
Location- Meet at the Merrion Square information desk
Description- Explore some of the highlights of our newly rehung permanent collection, led by one of our tour guides. No booking is needed, all are welcome
Location- Yamamori Tengu
Description- ‘After our huge NYE party we’re back at Yamamori Tengu this February with our District Magazine homies for a party celebrating all things ’90s RnB, Hip Hop, Neo-Soul, G-Funk & Trap. Expect bang up to date hip hop w/ District Magazine’s selection of local MCs and DJs upstairs while Stevie G, Papa Lou & Willo Healy take care of the golden era classics in the main room’
Cost- Early bird tickets start from €6 here
Event- The Story of the Capital – Exhibition (more dates)
Location- Dublin City Hall
Description- ‘The story of the Capital’ is a multimedia exhibition tracing the civic history of Dublin City. The exhibition features artifacts such as the Seal of Dublin City, the Great Mace of Dublin and The Sword of the City. The exhibition traces the civic history of Dublin, beginning as far back as 441A.D. and the first Viking invasion of Dublin. There are interactive screens, video displays, information panels, artifacts and replica models recounting the tumultuous history of the city.
Event- Temple Bar Markets (weekly event)
Location- Meeting House Square
Description- Weekly outdoor market featuring stands with baked goods, meats & cheeses, plus grab-&-go bites.
Cost- Free to attend
Description- Do you yearn for the days you could go out and know every banger the DJ played? Do you feel like the oldest person at every nightclub you visit? Are you being priced out of the housing market because you just can’t resist that last slice of avocado toast?
Then this is for you – CRYSIS, a night for the lost 20-something in Dublin, to help you get through that quarter-life crisis. Prepare for an evening of tasty music from the 00s and early 2010s, R&B classics, current hits and angsty indie/emo rock.
It’s stricly over 22s – no hate for under 22s, please enjoy it while it lasts, it’s all downhill from there!
Cost- Entry fee will be as low as possible, ’cause rent is due and that UPC bill was probably real expensive.
Children’s Event- Meet the Relatives!
Location- National Museum of Ireland Natural History, Merrion Street
Description- What’s the difference between a chimp, gorilla, and an orangutan? With the help of a zoologist you can pick up and examine ancient specimens including different ape skulls to find out more about our closest relatives.
Discover the natural world through through this engaging workshop, which is suitable for those aged eight and over, as you complete the primate trail and get the answers to those burning questions. What were the threats to different primate species that led to the evolution of humans?
Children’s Event- Family Workshop Day
Location- National Concert Hall
Description- With a tin whistle workshop, baby and toddler bop and Bodhrán workshop. Classes for 1-2yrs and 6+
Cost- Adults €8, children, €7
Time- 10.30 and 11.45
Event- Tola Vintage Kilo Sale
Location- Raddison Blu Hotel, Dublin 8
Description- Tonnes of vintage clothes for you to pick through, somply find what you want, get it weighed and pay €20 per kilo of clothing.
Cost- €1 Entry
Location- MVP Clanbrassil Street
Description- On this weekend in the wake of Imbolc we will hold a quiz to share wisdom and summon reproductive justice from the depths of the earth. Each round will be witch and magical themed: from Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Anne Rice, Beyoncé to real life witches and magical history such as B*Witched. Will it be the 60s TV show or our denim-clad (or demon-clad) Irish heroines? At any rate, they’ll be familiar…
Come along to our quiz and hopefully you’ll get to say…..eye newt! There’ll be spot prizes and a cauldron of lucky dip!
Children’s Event- Tiny Tunes – An Early Years Cabaret
Location- Mill Theatre, Dundrum Town Centre
Description- Actor/singer Susannah de Wrixon faces her toughest audience yet with her preschool cabaret. Together with her pianist Derek Cremin she encourages lots of participation through song and movement.
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