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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.
Celebrating its 12th 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.
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,...
Taking place each year over the June Holiday Bank weekend, women from across Ireland and Europe compete in this world-class sporting event.
Create your dream tasting menu at Dublin’s ultimate foodie festival over four indulgent days.
Celebrate Dublin’s LGBT community in all its rainbow glory at the nation’s biggest Pride Parade and outdoor rally.
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€8 adult entry, €4 child
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