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Welcome to my weekly Dublin events posts, published every single Sunday sharing the best things happening around the city each week. I really hope you enjoy them.

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My top picks of events happening in Dublin this week:


EventA Star Is Born

Location- Then Sugar Club, Leeson Street

Description- Music star Jackson Maine discovers—and falls in love with—struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer… until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally’s career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.

Cost- €12.50

Time- Doors 19.30, movie 20.15

Children’s event– Mindfulness Workshop for KIDS

Location- The Calm Rooms, Monkstown Village

Description- Empowering Children & Promoting Wellbeing – €25 euro (limited to 10 children)

Building resilience & learning how to manage busy lives, stress & worry. Learn through movement, fun, yoga & games!

Promoting the following techniques –

Positive Self Coping Skills
Positive Thinking
Relaxation Techniques
Being Connected
Building Resilience
Meditation & Mindfulness
Managing Emotions
Growth Mindset
Positive Self Care
Healthy Eating Choices
Respect Others & Environment

Cost- €25

Time- 12.00


Event– Public Tour of Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again

Location- Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again, Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street

Description- Join us for a FREE guided tour of ‘Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again’. Our professional guides will give you an insight into Seamus Heaney’s life, show early drafts of his work and explain the importance of his poetry in Ireland today. We look forward to welcoming you to this very special exhibition dedicated to one of Ireland’s best-loved poets.

Find us at the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2. The entrance is via the Westmoreland Street door.

Cost- Free

Time- 13.00-14.00

Children’s event– Tiny Tots Tuesday: Gymboree!

Location- EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay

Description- This February at EPIC we are delighted to welcome the Gymboree team to our Tiny Tots Tuesday! Learning is made fun through this workshop of music, dance and games for little hands and feet.

There will be tea and coffee provided by Bakehouse, as well as some treats on the day!

Participants at this event can also avail of a 20% discount on tickets to our museum and in our museum gift shop – simply show a staff member your Eventbrite ticket to avail of the offer (discount does not apply to items already discounted).

This event is suitable for children aged 6 months – 3.5 Years.

Pre-Booking is mandatory for this event as spaces are limited.

Cost- €12

Time- 10.30-12.00


Event– Voices From The Edge

Location- Christ Church Cathedral

Description- Irish Chamber Orchestra
Jörg Widmann – Principal Conductor

Beethoven Grosse Fuge, Op. 133
Korngold Symphonic Serenade, Op. 39
Widmann Aria for Strings
Mendelssohn String Symphony No. 9 Swiss

Widmann explores music through many voices, spanning centuries. Beethoven’s towering Grosse Fuge is admired for its almost cosmic proportions, its logic and total honesty. Beethoven takes four voices, fully engaged and throbbing at high speeds, and in Widmann’s hands, drives them to the edge of a cliff before stopping them to listen to the vastness of silence. Hollywood composer Korngold’s seldom-heard Symphonic Serenade is extremely virtuosic, alternating between a dissonant, dark world and a soft, melodic mood. In Widmann’s Aria for Strings, the multiple divided strings give the impression of imaginary voices. Fascinated by yodelling and all things Swiss, Mendelssohn sought to convey impressions of his Alpine journey in his Symphony No. 9 (whilst also exhibiting his contrapuntal brilliance) – a masterful achievement for a fourteen-year old!

Cost- €5-25

Time- 20.00-23.00

Children’s event Monkstown ‘Music for Babies’ Baroque Bliss

Location- Knox Hall, Monkstown Road

Description- This months concert features husband and wife baroque duo, Andrew and Jenny Robinson. With a variety of period instruments they transport us back to the time of Shakespeare. Prepare to sit back, relax and be part of their beautiful melodic tapestry.

Cost- €13

Time- 11.00-12.00


Event– Wine and Tapas Trail in Dublin

Location- Meet in Dublin 2

Description- Discover the best wine bars in Dublin with a guided wine and tapas tasting trail that is steeped in local flavour. Learn about the vast world of wine in a relaxed and fun atmosphere with other wine lovers and enthusiasts.

Wine trails are suitable for those who are already in love with the world of wine and those who are just beginning to appreciate it.

Cost- €49

Time- 16.30-18.30

Children’s event– Valentine’s Day Card Making

Location- Ballyroan Library, 54 Orchardstown Avenue

Description- Valentine’s Craft Workshop for children aged 5+

Cost- Free

Time- 15.00-16.00


Event– The Rocky Horror Picture Show Anti-Valentine’s Delight

Location- The Sugar Club, Leeson Street

Description- Looking for an alternative to Valentines??? Well look no further!
This Valentines weekend we will be treating guests to a filthy night of pomp and splendor as the perfect antidote to the sickly sweetness of the season.
On the 15th of February retreat from the gazing doe eyed couples of Valentine’s weekend.
Screening the cult classic with FULL shadow cast line-up performing for your entertainment over 20 scenes from the film, The Rocky Horror Picture Show Ireland promises one unforgettable night. From the complimentary buns and coco in the queue outside, to the obligatory audience props awaiting your participation, prizes for best dressed, guest performances, fire performers and more – our Anti-Valentine’s Show is one hell of a shindig. And remember this Valentines with us
Love may be in the air, but we can only smell lust.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Anti-Valentines Delight
Friday 15th February
The Sugar Club, Lower Leeson St
Doors 8.30pm
Show 9.30pm

Cost- €20

Time- 20.30-00.30

Children’s event– FridaysForFuture Dublin

Location- Leinster House, Kildare Street

Description- Weekly protest outside Leinster House and across Ireland to call for urgent climate action. School groups are particularly welcome, but open to everyone – young and old. Bring your home made signs and voice!

Cost- Free

Time- 13.00-14.00


Event– Monthly Curly Coffee Morning

Location- Bestseller, Dawson Street

Description- After the success of our first coffee morning, we decided to continue the discussion on a monthly basis. All welcome to our second curly coffee morning, in Bestseller Cafe on Dawson Street.

Bring just yourselves and whatever tips/queries on the curly hair method you would like to share. We all felt we had only scratched the surface of the method during our last discussion, so we’ll continue with a casual chat for our next Meetup. Hope to see you there!

Cost- Free to attend

Time- 11.30-13.30

Children’s event– Trinity VDP Panto: The Lion King

Location- O’Reilly Theatre, Belvedere College, 6 Great Denmark Street

Description- The VDP annual Panto is here!

Every year we have the privilege of putting on a pantomime that brings together the 100 kids and 40 adults with additional support needs of our weekly activities for a night so hilarious and heart-warming you will never forget it.

This year its The Lion King and we’d be lion if we said it wasn’t the biggest and best Panto yet. Watch as Nala, Simba and Shakira “Scar” you for life and the club members steal your hearts in this new take on a old favourite.

Tickets will become available online tonight for €10 + bkg fee at 8pm tonight and then physically in the Arts Block next week so keep your binoculars peeled for that to avoid disappointment.

Cost- €10

Time- 20.00


Event– Scandilous: Robyn vs Scandi Pop

Location- MVP, Clanbrassil Street

Description- We love Robyn. We love Scandi Pop. Let’s make a night of it!

We can’t wait to snuggle back into our monthly Sunday night residency at MVP on Sunday 17th of February for a special Scandi Pop Night. It’s the ultimate Scandinavian Pop battle – we’re talking Robyn vs Sigrid vs The Cardigans vs ABBA vs Lykke Li vs more Robyn.

Tickets are €8 + booking online or €10 on the door on the night. We’ll be donating 20% of our proceeds after our costs to Joyful Noise, an inclusive community music project based in Dublin 12. Find them on Instagram @joyfulnoisedublin.

Doors are at 7.30pm and we’ll be singing by 8.30pm sharp. And heck yes there’ll be prizes for the best worst singers and the most Scandilous dancers

Cost- €8-10

Time- 19.30-22.30

Children’s event– Over The Top Wrestling Presents “HomeComing 2” Supershow

Location- National Basketball Arena Tallaght, Castletymon Road, Oldbawn

Description- Over The Top Wrestling Presents “Homecoming 2” Supershow. For the first time EVER OTT comes LIVE from Dublin’s National Basketball Arena

Featuring OTT Champion Walter

WWEUK, The Import Killer Jordan Devlin

Former WWE Star PAC

Ilja Dragunov

The Aerial assassin Will Ospreay

Maxwell Jacob Friedman

OTT GN Champion Mark Haskins

plus a 20Ft High Steel Cage Match !!!!

All Ages, Fully Seated

Cost- €20-50

Time- 18.00-21.30



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