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June 16th is Bloomsday, the very day in 1904 on which all the action of James Joyce’s renowned novel Ulysses takes place. A lively celebration of all things Joyce, join avid Joyceans from all over the...
Each year in May, Dublin Dance Festival brings together dance artists and choreographers from home and across the world to share vibrant contemporary dance with audiences in Ireland.
Fantastic local festival now in its 9th year. Events include live music, dance workshops, theatre performances, poetry readings, visual arts and much more.
Dublin Theatre Festival brings the world's best theatre to the city's stages each autumn, staging classic plays by celebrated companies alongside work by exciting, emerging theatre makers from home and...
Celebrating its 11th birthday this year, Laya Healthcare's City Spectacular free festival is going to be even bigger, better and more spectacular than ever as it takes to Dublin’s Merrion Square this July.
This eerily exciting festival is inspired by the heritage of world-famous Dublin horror novelist Bram Stoker and his notorious novel Dracula. This October 28th - 31st, Dublin city will get gloriously gothic.
NYF Dublin - the ultimate New Year's Eve party. This new and exciting city-wide music and arts festival boasts three days of festivities in Dublin, kicking off on the 30th December, running right through...
Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair will feature a host of local and international craft beverages as well as local culinary delights with musical entertainment from a range of pop and rock acts from around...
Festival featuring films from countries which were once part of the historical network of ancient trade routes of the Silk Road.
Tiger Dublin Fringe is Ireland's leading multidisciplinary arts festival featuring new and next in performance, music, theatre, live art, comedy, dance, circus and visual art from Irish and international...
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