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For an evening of raw wit and serious belly laughs, join Jimmy Carr at the Olympia Theatre in December 2017 for stand-up comedy with a difference.
Inspired by the heritage of Dublin-born Gothic author Bram Stoker and his notorious novel Dracula, Dublin city will get gloriously gothic this October 31st.
Dublin Fringe Festival 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...
Strolling Through Ulysses! tells the fun-filled story of the day around which James Joyce’s Ulysses is based, and guides you through the curious events and quirky characters of the iconic novel in a humorous,...
National Heritage Week promotes awareness of Ireland’s built, natural and cultural heritage with hundreds of national and community organisations staging events across the country.
Some have tackled Dublin. Some have survived. Learn how you too can survive at this raucous and hilarious show at the International Bar.
Follow 12 countries as they compete in three pools of four teams at the defining tournament in women’s rugby: The Women’s Rugby World Cup.
From a mind like no other, Biophilia Live captures the multidimensional concert of avante-garde Icelandic artist Björk.
50 works by Lucian Freud come to IMMA and are presented in a dedicated Freud centre in the stunning Garden Galleries.
Beginning at Dalkey Castle, wander through the places and spaces which were special to renowned author Maeve Binchy and countless other Irish writers.
€44 pps based on a group of 10+ participants. +vat at 9%
59€ pp based on a group of 4 participants.
Offers from €55.00
Sunday Special General Admission (Only Valid for 13 August): Family (Family Of 6, max 2 adults + 4 kids aged 4-16) for €55
Concession (Child U16 / Student / OAP) - €16 & Adult - €22
From EUR 1,695.00 per golfer
€8 adult entry, €4 child
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