Hey guys, welcome to my first post in a new weekly series on the blog sharing the very best of all that the amazing city of Dublin has to offer.
There’s SO much going on in this little city but events are often poorly advertised or not advertised at all so I’m hoping to bridge that gap and get you guys out there making the most of all the exciting things on offer.
If you have any feedback on the format of this post or, any feedback at all about sharing events please let me know… this is a new project for me and I really want to make sure I’m getting the info out there in the best way possible.
Hope you love it! xx
To check out whats on in Dublin in my previous Dublin events posts click here
1) Event- Dublin StorySlam
Location- The Sugar Club
Description- The Dublin Story Slam is an open mic storytelling night where members of the audience get up and share a true personal story inspired by a different theme each month.
2) Event- Archive At Lunchtime (regular event)
Location- The Irish Film Institute
Description- Lunchtime screenings
1) Event- Ukulele Tuesdays (regular event)
Location- The Stag’s Head, Dame Lane
Description- Listen to them jam on ukuleles, don’t be afraid to join in!
2) Event- The Friday Night Effect
Location- Smock Alley Theatre
Description- Interactive theatre from award-winning company, Sunday’s Child.
1) Event- The Public Diary Exhibition (more dates)
Location- Culture Box, temple Bar
Description- The Public Diary began at First Fortnight 2017 as an interactive installation. Notebooks were installed in public toilets as a means of allowing people to externalise their interior thoughts within a safe space, free of judgment or fear.
Time- Weekdays: 12:00 – 14:00, 18:00 – 20:00. Weekends: 11:00 – 17:00
2) Event- Trad Session (regular event)
Location- The Brian Boru, Glasnevin
Description- Traditional Irish Music Session in Hedigan’s (The Brian Boru). Come to play or just enjoy.
1) Event- The Story Of The Capital (more dates)
Location- Dublin City Hall
Description- Multimedia exhibition tracing the civic history of Dublin City
Time- 10.00- 17.15
Location- 2/3 Kildare Street
Description- Free tour of our exhibition World War Ireland: Exploring the Irish Experience. Find out about the Irish experience ‘over there’ and on the home front during WWI through our collections of letters, diaries, recruiting posters, newspaper reports, cartoons, and leaflets.
1) Event- Jarlath Reegan debut
Location- Vicar Street
Description- Ireland’s cult podcasting hero makes his long-awaited debut at one of the country’s best stand-up comedy venues, Dublin’s Vicar Street.
Time- 19.30- 21.30
2) Event- In Case Of Emergency (more dates)
Location- The Science Gallery, Trinity College
Description- Interactive exhibition
Time- Tues-Fri 12.00-20.00, Sat-Sun 12.00-18.00, closed Sundays
1) Event- The Redneck Manifesto
Location- Wheelan’s, Wexford Street
Description- The Redneck Manifesto will play a special show in Whelan’s this January, along with support from the wonderful Margie Jean Lewis. The veteran five-piece is famous for the intricate interplay of its guitar parts and mastery of dynamics, and remains a thunderous live act.
2) Event- The Big Gig
Location- Tramline, Hawkins Street
Description- One of the highlights of the First Fortnight Festival is The Big Gig, which brings together a serious crop of local talent spanning across a number of genres. All this action takes place in one of Dublin’s newest venues, Tramline, on Hawkins Street. Kickstart your musical year with this sweeping survey of Irish talent.
1) Event- Apollo Sessions (regular event)
Location- The Bleeding Horse, Camden Street
Description- Open mic night
2) Event- Fusion Sundays Market (regular event)
Location- Newmarket Square, Dublin 8
Description- Fusion Sundays is an international culture market with stalls from around the world, selling a range of handmade goods, arts and crafts, recycled products, jewelery, clothes and food.