Kellie.M, Rachel W
Event– Yoga with Cats
Location- Cat Lounge, Smithfield
Description- Enjoy a smooth and relaxing yoga session in Cat Lounge!
Our residents will join you in your session while you stretch and flex, or they might push you off your yoga mat, so they can use it as a bed!
Location- Leopardstown Racecourse, Blackrock
Description- Relive The Magic of this Spielberg Classic on a huge LED Screen, Pick up the clues on-screen and at the venue for your chance to win some great prizes. Tickets are strictly limited.
Cost- €29 for a 5-seater car
Location- Olive Tree, 15 Grantham Street
Description- You are warmly welcomed into a heart-centered circle of authentic soul truth sharing and support for all that you are and that you are becoming as both as a human and a spiritual being on Earth. Mindfulness, movement, energy healing, and soul truth card reflections will be offered as needed for those present.
Cost- Donations welcome
Location- National Concert Hall, Dublin 2
Description- Join the RTÉ Concert Orchestra when welcome back to the main hall of the National Concert Hall the amazing young cellist Killian White with Sinead Hayes conducting.
MOZART Overture Don Giovanni
TCHAIKOVSKY Variations on a Rococo Theme
DUFF Meath Pastorale
WEBER Overture Der Freischutz
TCHAIKOVSKY Polonaise from Eugene Onegin
Event– Irish Famine Exhibition Dublin (more dates)
Location- Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
Description- The Irish Potato Famine was the most catastrophic event in Ireland’s turbulent history. It is also regarded as being one of the worst Famines in history (deaths as a proportion to population). The use of the word ‘Famine’ in this context is controversial, for Ireland at the time was part of the richest Empire in the World (the British Empire). There was sufficient food in the country throughout the ‘Famine’ years, yet over a million people died from starvation and disease, and millions more were forced to flee.
Some historians prefer to use the name ‘Great Hunger’ to describe this period of mass death from starvation and disease.
This exhibition tells the story of what happened during those horrific years. We use rare 19th century photographs, witness accounts, contemporary sketches as well as maps and statistical information. A 15 minute film with seating is included in the exhibition and the average time spent by visitors is 1 hour.
Cost- Students€6, Adults €10
Time- Open 7 days, 12pm to 5:15pm (Entry at any time during this timeframe)
Event– Prodigies of Learning (more dates)
Location- The Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street
Description- Exhibition exploring the varied worlds of five women selected as Honorary Members of the Academy in the nineteenth century
Princess Yekaterina Dashkova (1743-1810), Mary Somerville (1780-1872), Caroline Herschel (1750-1848), Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849), and Margaret Stokes (1832-1900) were all made Honorary Members of the Royal Irish Academy in recognition of their scholarly achievements in their respective fields. This exhibition celebrates their important contributions to learning and knowledge in the nineteenth-century.
Event– Docklands – The New Old Dublin (weekly event)
Location- Meet at the Molly Malone statue
Description- The Docklands Quarter is an intriguing and alternative side of the city. From early engineering projects to the modern skyline, this quarter is now home to world-famous financial and tech giants such as Google and Facebook. At Grand Canal Docks, once the largest shipping dock complex in Europe, you will see a series of interesting sites including house barges, a former U2 studio, the spectacular Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, and of course the River Liffey.
Price includes bus fare to Grand Canal Docks
Event– A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Location- Rough Magic Theatre Comapny, Georges St
Description- Rough Magic’s dynamic new ensemble of actors and designers will electrify Shakespeare’s iconic characters, incandescent language and timeless comedy.
The crazy recklessness of mankind in the face of an ecosystem we understand imperfectly is the focus of this new production; where magic is embodied in the natural forces of electricity, magnetism, and elemental power.
The play deals with the dark sexuality of dreams, the supernatural, the mythic. Rough Magic will connect it to the here and now, a modern Ireland in the centre of global upheaval, a topsy-turvy universe, where the laws of physics have begun to warp.
We will follow the lovers and the mechanicals as they journey into the dominion of the spirit world, and emerge from its narcotic delights into a glimmering of self-knowledge. And we celebrate with them, as night falls on their act of rebellion against the darkness, in a daft, joyous, gloriously funny piece of theatre.
Location- 28 South William Street
Description- NOTE – To reserve your spot you must book THROUGH THE BOOKING SYSTEM at http://www.uniyogadublin.com/events/list/
Confirmations from Meet up only is not a guaranteed reservation.
This will be a powerful and deeply relaxing practice to invoke a deeper connection to the Heart and integration of that energy more clearly into your life for healing, awakening, expanding and nourishing.
The sounds and vibrations of singing bowls and chimes guide us into a deep meditation. The healing vibrations pass through our body, opening blo
ckages and allowing our minds to quiet.
The physiological impact of sound on the body, emotions & cognition is apparent. Through the vibrations of these instruments we experience an inner calm and deep relaxation that enables us to journey within and center.
Event– Craft Class for Adults
Location- County Library, Tallaght, Library Square, Tallaght
Description- Join us for this papercraft workshop where we will be repurposing pages from old and damaged books and making something new.
Event– Chanting & Chai
Location- St Francis Xavier Community Hall, 65 lower Dorset Street
Description- Join our open and friendly group to sing, chant and meditate together as a shared spiritual practice. The singing is a mix of Indian kirtan and Western spiritual music. That’s the ‘chanting’ part. The ‘chai’ part follows afterwards with a cup of delicious Indian tea, tasty snacks and relaxed informal chats.
Join our open and friendly group to sing, chant and meditate together as a shared spiritual practice. The singing is a mix of Indian kirtan and Western spiritual music. That’s the ‘chanting’ part. The ‘chai’ part follows afterwards with a cup of delicious Indian tea, tasty snacks and relaxed informal chats.
2.00pm OM chanting
2.15pm Mixed Indian kirtan and Western spiritual singing
3.30pm Sitar and silent meditation
4.00pm Chai and chats!
Cost- All welcome. No charge. Donations accepted.
Event– MELT FEST 2018
Location- The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay
Description- The Melt Sessions presents MELT FEST celebrating the hottest Irish raw talent everything from acoustic acts / live bands / comedy / spoken word / pop up art exhibits & more all happening across three floors at Dublin’s The Workman’s Club, Dublin
THE MELT – MUSIC / COMEDY / THE ARTS
Time- Starts at 18.00
Location- Fringe Lab, Sycamore Street, Temple Bar
Description- What we’ll do: Game Night is a free event on the second Sunday of every month at Fringe Lab in Temple Bar. Come join your fellow Alternates for a night of tabletop tomfoolery!
Entry is free but we encourage donations – all money raised goes right back into organising and hosting more Alt Events. Game donations are also welcome – we’re always looking to grow the Game Night library!
We also usually have games to give away – donated by Gamers World on Jervis Street – for anyone looking to expand their collection!
Bring your own games or try some of ours:
Ticket to Ride | XCOM: The Board Game | Small World | Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game | Alien Frontiers | Forbidden Island | Panic Station | Betrayal at House on the Hill | Munchkin | Ruse | Elder Sign | Tsuro | Smash Up | Cards Against Humanity | Love Letter | Zombie Dice | Jenga | Hanabi | Masquarade | Loot | Skull | Timeline | Gobb’it | Jungle Speed | Cypher | Werewolf | Daybreak | Bang! | Zombies!!! | Once Upon A Time | Carcassonne | Pandemic | Saboteur | Coup | The Resistance | Redshirts | Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards: Duel at Mt. Skullzfyre | Perudo | Firefly: The Board Game | Codenames | Dobble
We will also have rulebooks for D&D 5th Edition, Fiasco and the Firefly RPG 🙂
Location- The Liquor Rooms, Wellington Quay
Description- Join us on August12th to hear The Beatles’ iconic ‘Revolver’ like you’ve never heard it before.
At this intimate listening party, the classic album will be played from start to finish on high-quality vinyl on a spectacular sound system, provided specially to Vinyl & Wine by Cloney Audio.
There will also be an in-depth expert panel discussion about the album’s production, themes and legacy. Beatlemaniacs fans, this is an event not to be missed!