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Location- The Study at The Clarence Hotel, 6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2
Description- For the past month we have been reading
I Call Myself A Feminist: The View from Twenty-Five Women Under Thirty
Time to meet up and see what you all thought of it. We’ll also be discussing the selection of the new book.
New members are still welcome to join us, even if you haven’t read the book.
Cost- Free to attend
Event– Free Yoga in the Park
Location- Merrion Square
Description-We have 60 mats on hand but sometimes classes go over – please bring your own mat, or come early to avoid disappointment.
Time- 13.15-13.45/ 18.15-19.00
Location- Cineworld, Parnell Street
Description- Meet Cineworld Bar 6.20 pm. Ads & Trailers 6.20 pm. Film 6.50 pm.
NB: If you are trying to locate the Meet Up in the CW Bar: My mobile number is[masked], please call or text as a post here might not be noticed at that stage.
Unfriended: Dark Web
Running time: 93 minutes
When a 20-something finds a cache of hidden files on his new laptop, he is thrust into the deep waters of the dark web. From the makers of UNFRIENDED, this thriller unravels in real-time, entirely on a computer screen. A warning for the digital age.
Cast: Colin Woodell, Stephanie Nogueras,Betty Gabriel, Rebecca Rittenhouse,Andrew Lees, Connor del Rio, Savira Windyani
Director: Stephen Susco
Cost- Movie ticket price
Event– Board Games Ireland meetup
Location- Against The Grain pub, 11 Wexford Street
Description- We’ll have board games there on the night. Games are always explained, so don’t worry about not knowing the rules of new games. Late comers always welcome.
Note: A lot of people come straight from work in the city centre so you’ll find people there from around 6pm onward. Our nights are free of charge and open to everybody, new comers and experienced grizzled veterans.
The meet ups are free of charge but we do ask that people support that bar by buying food and/or drink. The bar is very accommodating to us and it’s important that we support them in return. Bringing in outside food or drink is completely unacceptable.
Cost- Free to attend
Location- Dublin Circus Project Centre, 76g Bannow Road, Dublin 7
Description- Please email here to book your spot!! All Levels – Complete Beginners, Beginners, Improvers and Advanced ~ Workshop Content The content will be adapted based on the level of the class. Different exercise will be given for different levels.
Here is an indication of the class structure: – Warm up: conditioning, flexibility – Handstands: handstands with spot for beginners, figures for improvers, handstands canes for advanced – Floor acrobatics: tumble, cartwheel, round off for beginner, round off back handspring, round off back flip for advanced – Minitrampoline : basic jump, dive roll for beginners, somersault for improvers, pike with twist for advanced.
Location- Wesley House, Leeson Park, Dublin 6
Description- In this meetup we will be tackling different areas of social anxiety and public speaking. We will be starting with meditation and then move on to different tasks to challenge ourselves, including get it off your chest and general chatting. Every week we have new members and people starting from scratch so you will not be alone.
Everything is based around what you’re comfortable with and you don’t have to stand up, talk or do anything if you don’t feel like it. But you will have the opportunity to speak at least 5/6 times a night. You can come along to see what we’re doing and take part if you like. We will be running this for beginners every week and anyone is welcome to join us to learn and get better together. Hope to see you there.
Event– Big Grill Festival (more dates)
Location- Herbert Park, Ballsbridge
Description- Europe’s largest BBQ & Craft Beer festival returns to Herbert Park on August 16-19th
Time- Kicks off at 12.00
Event– EPIC Summer Rooftop Party
Location- Lillie’s Dublin, Grafton St
Description- “A summer party experience with a difference”
Event– Osmosis 001 BYOB
Location- The Complex Dublin, 15 Little Green Street
Description- We are delighted to announce our latest venture of, Osmosis. Based in the dynamic arts center, The Complex. As well as an electronic music showcase we will be transforming the barren warehouse into something one would expect to see in the 4th Dimension through the use of light, decoration and several art installations curated by young artists from around Dublin.
Location- The Bowery, Rathmines
Description- The Seattle Grunge Experience live in The Bowery Dublin, Friday 17th August.
The Seattle Grunge Experience is the only tribute act to authentically recreate the live sound of the four biggest Grunge bands in history: Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Alice in Chains.
The early 90s was a great time for music with so many creative, innovative bands breaking out from under the mainstream radar – and seemingly most of them from the Pacific Northwest. That’s where the idea for The Seattle Grunge Experience comes from as these bands, these songs were meant to be heard back to back!
Location- The Sugar Club, 8 Leeson Street
Description- Celebrating Madonna at 60…. we show this 80s classic and follow-up with a Madonna Vogue Party for laters..
Event– Treasures of the Northside
Location- Meet at the Molly Maone statue
Description- Many visitors miss the hidden charms and great history contained on Dublin’s Northside. On this tour you will experience O’Connell Street’s evolution from its origin as river estuary to the modern-day. Hear the grim stories of the Debtor’s prison before passing the Fruit and Vegetable Market and the Four Courts. At St. Michan’s Church, dating originally from the Vikings, you will descend into two of its crypts to meet its famous mummies…
Price includes entrance to the crypts of St Michan’s
Location- The World Music Store, South Great George’s Street
Description- Come along and experience the joy of African rhythms.We are delighted to be offering this introductory workshop upstairs in the Gandharva Loka store on Georges St, Dublin.
We will introduce you to the djembe and dunun drums from West Africa. No experience necessary and all drums are provided. Workshop taught by Paul McElhatton who has been studying traditional African rhythms for 20 years.
Location- Artisan Brew Acadamy, 118 Thomas Street
Description- You will be part of the magic of turning malt barley into beer. You will be immersed in the entire process, picking your barley, smelling the beautiful different aromas and the tasting the extensive range of in-house brewed beer and ales.
Through the whole experience, you’ll be completely hands-on guided by our passionate brewers who will teach you how you can do this even from the comfort of your own home.