THE BEST OF THIS WEEK'S DUBLIN EVENTS- WEEK COMMENCING 29.01.18

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My top picks of events happening in Dublin this week:

 

Monday

Event-  Irish Set Dancing (weekly event)

Location- Ned O’Shea’s, 12 Bridge Street Lower,

Description- Every Monday evening Ned O’Sheas comes alive with armature and professional Set Dancers taking to the floor to dance Ireland’s oldest dance. Visitors and Locals come to watch, learn and join in.

Cost- Free

Time- 21.00

Event- Expressive Dance (weekly event)

Location- Dance Ireland, DanceHouse, Foley Street

Description- Expressive Dance was first introduced to Ireland by its current dance instructor, Patricia Bas, a native to Barcelona. Her international dance experience makes this class unique; providing vitality, joy and relaxation.  Patricia’s approach creates an open environment enabling you to let go and just be yourself. Through the sessions you will expand your comfort zone, feeling at ease in your body and confident with your movements. This feeling of comfort on the dance floor improves confidence through out daily life.

Cost- €15

Time- 18.30-20.00

 

Tuesday

Event- 9 Evenings Theatre and Engineering (more dates)

Location- Irish Museum Of Modern Art

Description- As part of digital_self, Julie Martin and Billy Klüver of Experiments in Art and Technology (or EAT) will be presenting a series of screenings of films they have produced.

The screenings take place in IMMA’s Lecture Room each Tuesday lunchtime throughout the course of the exhibition, and those interested can simply drop into each screening.

Cost- Free

Time- 15.00

Event- Pop Up Guided Meditation

Location- Two Pupps, Francis Street

Description- With an over abundance of screen time, information overload, tech-driven anxiety and being endlessly tethered and always available. This half hour class is a unique opportunity to step away from your digital life and reconnect with what’s most important.

Meditation reduces stress, improves concentration, encourages a healthy lifestyle and increases happiness. By disconnecting from our devices we reconnect with ourselves, each other, our communities becoming more present, authentic, compassionate and understanding. 

Drop In class, no previous experience needed : All Welcome

Cost- €5

Time- 13.15

 

Wednesday

Event- WOW – Women on Wednesdays

Location- Whelans, Wexford Street

Description- Another amazing line-up of music, comedy, conversation and celebration of female creativity from 8pm to late!

Cost- €10 available online from WAV Tickets or Lo-Call 1890 200 078

Time- 20.00

Event- CLASS

Location- Abbey Theatre

Description- First performed as part of the 2017 edition of the Dublin Theatre Festival, Class graduates to the Abbey’s Peacock Stage this winter following rave reviews last year. Written by Iseult Golden and David Horan, Class is a dark comedy about learning difficulties both inside and outside of the classroom.

Cost- €20-25

Time- 14.30/ 20.00

 

Thursday

Event- Pale Waves gig

Location- The Grand Social

Description- Formed in 2014, the indie-rock troop raised their profile considerably after opening for The 1975 on the band’s North American and European tours.

Cost- €12

Time- 20.00

Event- Bear in Mind Mental health and suicide awareness

Location- Hanger, Andrew’s Lane

Description- A night dedicated to educating people on mental health and suicide awareness. There’s a whole host of interesting topics to discuss on the night from MMA fighters to Promoters to Yoga instructors. They’re going to try to cover a range of mental health issue’s that needs to be discussed and brought up in our fair city.

Cost- I cannot find a price or ticket for this event anywhere so can only assume that its free.

Time- 18.00-23.00

 

Friday

Event- Otobong Nkanga exhibition (more dates)

Location- Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

Description- The Breath From Fertile Grounds is an installation of entirely new work emerging from a research visit to Dublin.

Nkanga’s interests in architecture and the body, in landscapes, organic growth and exchanges are carefully combined in her different projects. This exhibition has been conceived as a “space of remains and revitalisation”.

Cost- Free

Time- Tues-Sat 10.00-18.00

Event- Live Music

Location- Cornucopia, Wicklow Street

Description- Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday Cornucopia offer free live music in their vegetarian restaurant.

Cost- Free

Time- 19.30-21.30

 

Saturday

Event- Humans Of Dublin exhibition (more dates)

Location- DLR Lexicon in Dun Laoghaire

Description- Humans of Dublin is a popular Facebook page founded by Hungarian photographer Peter Varga. The project features people sharing personal stories on camera. Over the past three years, Peter has asked dozens of people to contribute to the project.

Cost- Free

Time- 09.30-17.00

Event- Empowered Women, New Years Special

Location- Hilton Dublin, Charlemont Place

Description- The Empowered Women Workshop returns this February for a New Years special! Spend the day with Ireland’s leading female empowerment coach and learn how to accept and love yourself, treat yourself with support and compassion and achieve your goals.

Cost- €100

Time- 09.30-17.30

 

Sunday

Event- The February Vintage + Flea (monthly event)

Location- The Bernard Shaw

Description- Jumble flea market in the back on Dublin’s iconic Bernard Shaw pub

Cost- Free to attend

Time- 12.00-16.00

Event- The Dublin Alternative Flea Market

Location- Voodoo Lounge, Arran Quay

Description- A mix of quirky pieces to buy in the casual setting of Dublin’s Voodoo Lounge

Cost- Free

Time- 12.00-18.00

 

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