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Don’t you love being the first of your friends to source the next big thing in music, especially when it comes in the very hip form of Hard Working Class Heroes?
The All-Ireland Gaelic Football Final, which takes place in Dublin's Croke Park, is the climax of Ireland’s most popular sporting season. But whose colours will you be waving on the day?
Being a vampire sucks, but being Dracula's younger brother is driving Jackula simply batty. Enjoy a spooktacular Halloween treat with Jackula, a fun magic and juggling show.
The Rock 'n' Roll Dublin Half Marathon course highlights the beauty and vibrancy of Dublin. The race starts on the corner of North Wall Quay & Castleforbes Rd., Dublin, finishing in the Phoenix Park.
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...
Experience Open House Dublin, Ireland's biggest architecture festival where buildings of all types fling open their doors - allowing visitors to explore exquisite architecture free of charge.
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.
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.
Funny man Ross Noble brings his madcap brand of comedy to the Olympia Theatre on 15th October with his tour Brain Dump.
Enjoy a night of cracking comedy at the LOL in Naul, Seamus Ennis Arts Centre on 30th September.
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