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This 5 star tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show returns to the International Bar and the Sugar club.  A rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs using physical comedy and a box of strange props. Sketches include: The Complete History of Ireland in 7 minutes, An Interactive Game of Hurling, A Guide to Irish Music, and many more. This inventive, energetic show is ideal entertainment for the whole family with physical comedy for younger audiences and plenty of satirical comment for the adults. Join Dublin’s finest performers at the home of Irish Comedy- The International Bar at lunchtimes with a superb value lunch or at Dublin’s coolest music venue- TheSugar Club for afternoon performances. Full times and venues on our website. www.irealndasurvivorsguide.com  

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of man landing on the moon, the National Print Museum is delighted to announce two exhibitions. “To the Moon” is an exhibition, curated by Dr Ciaran Swan, that explores Ireland’s response to the man landing of the moon through print. Given the historical significance of the events of July 20th, 1969, a range of coverage was evident across the island. The front pages of national and regional newspapers, as well as the RTE Guide, give a flavour of the response. The Museum is also delighted to announce an exhibition of work by Year 2 BA [Hons] Illustration students of the National College of Art and Design entitled “A Letterpress Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Moon Landing”. The students worked with illustration Programme Leader Brendon Deacy and Jamie Murphy at Distillers Press to explore the fiftieth anniversary of man landing on the moon through the medium of letterpress. The students created a limited-editioned folio of prints on the theme of ‘the moon’. From Syrian scrolls written in the Second Century AD through to poetry composed by contemporaries, ‘the moon’ has been an inspiration throughout cultural history. The students are responding to selected prose with a […]

Inspired by and filled with the breathtaking images and enthralling artifacts from the hit HBO series GAME OF THRONES, this all-new exhibition will drop fans into the center of the Seven Kingdoms for an up-close and personal look at authentic props, costumes and set decorations from the show. Featuring a unique mix of immersive environments, interactives, and multimedia content, visitors will experience the mythical lands of Westeros and Essos and relive the trials and tribulations of the series’ nobles and common folk alike who struggle for survival in the shadow of the Iron Throne. Visitors to the exhibition will see displays of costumes, props, weapons and armor and will explore several dynamic themed exhibition areas featuring series settings such as: The wintry landscapes of the North The tree-lined pathway of the Kingsroad The regal settings of King’s Landing, The conquered city of Meereen with its garrisons of Unsullied warriors and the loyalists of House Targaryen Iconic settings like the House of Black and White The home of the Night’s Watch — Castle Black And the frozen lands Beyond the Wall The show stopping centerpiece of the Iron Throne Room, where visitors can gaze upon the Westerosi seat of power in […]

Irish Famine Exhibition The Irish Potato Famine was the most catastrophic event in Ireland’s turbulent history. It is also regarded as being one of the worst Famines in history (deaths as a proportion to population). The use of the word ‘Famine’ in this context is controversial, for Ireland at the time was part of the richest Empire in the World (the British Empire). There was sufficient food in the country throughout the ‘Famine’ years, yet over a million people died from starvation and disease, and millions more were forced to flee. Some historians prefer to use the name ‘Great Hunger’ to describe this period of mass death from starvation and disease. This exhibition tells the story of what happened during those horrific years. We use rare 19th century photographs, witness accounts, contemporary sketches as well as maps and statistical information. A 15 minute film with seating is included in the exhibition and the average time spent by visitors is 1 hour. A DVD of the exhibition can also be purchased at the venue. This exhibition is dedicated to all victims of the Irish Potato Famine or The Great Hunger. Please go to Irish Famine Museum for more information

Next 23th May, the personal and creative universe of Miguel Hernández arrives to Dublin in form of exhibition at Instituto Cervantes. “Miguel Hernández, In Broad Daylight”, curated by Juan José Téllez, closes the events to honour the poet from Alicante in the 75th Anniversary of his death: a global portrait of the writer through a comprehensive visual journey that follows Hernandez’s footprint. The opening of this new show will take place on 23th May at 6pm and will include the performance of guitarist Juan José Manzano to get you in the mood for this poetic walk. The show will be opened to the public until the 5th July and admission to the opening and the show are free.   Pictures, paintings, letters and different memorabilia provided by the Jaén provincial government (Andalusia, Spain) reveal the essential keys of the author’s life and work, focusing on the young man who made poetry his creed. “Miguel Hernández, In Broad Daylight” includes fifty original pieces, including handwritten correspondence with authors such as Pablo Neruda, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Lorca or Ramón Sijé, in addition to those he sent to his wife, Josefina Manresa, mainly during the Civil War and his time in prison. The […]

Saturday 1st Jun RYAN SHERIDAN Whelanslive.com presents RYAN SHERIDAN plus support _ Main Venue _ Ryan Sheridan announces headline Dublin show ahead of sold out European tour. He plays Whelan’s on the 1st June 2019. Doors: 8pm Tickets: €21.50 Saturday 1st Jun SESKIN LANE SESKIN LANE plus support ^ Upstairs ^ After sold out shows in ‘The Cobblestones’ Smithfield, and ‘The Source’ Thurles, Seskin Lane return to Dublin for their 1st show of 2019 Upstairs in Whelans Doors: 8pm Tickets: €10 Saturday 1st Jun MIDNIGHT HOUR w/ CHINESE NEWSPAPER & EASY TIDE MIDNIGHT HOUR presents CHINESE NEWSPAPER plus EASY TIDE Upstairs@Whelan’s from Midnight. Doors: 11:45pm, Sign up for GUEST LIST Whelanslive.com are proud to bring you The Midnight Hour. Showcasing the best new talent in Ireland & beyond. Upstairs in Whelans Doors: 11:30pm Tickets: FREE ENTRY* Sunday 2nd Jun JAMIE LENMAN VIA TICKETWEB.IE JAMIE LENMAN (REUBEN) plus support NEW VALLEY WOLVES & CHANCER _ Main Venue _ Jamie Lenman is best known as the singer, guitarist and songwriter for underground heroes Reuben, who toured and released relentlessly for most of the noughties. Doors: 8pm Tickets: €20 Sunday 2nd Jun STU DALY & THE DRAM VIA EVENTBRITE.IE STU DALY & THE […]

An unexpected pregnancy. An unknown father. The relationships that matter, and the secrets that don’t. Previews: From Thurs 6th June Opening Night: Wed 12th June Matinees: Selected Wed & Sat – 2.30pm Evenings: Mon to Sat – 7.30pm

This new production of Doctor Dolittle, with book, music and lyrics by double Academy Award-winner Leslie Bricusse, will be part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the original film starring Rex Harrison and will feature the same songs, including the Academy Award-winning Talk To The Animals. Featuring stunning visual puppetry, this new production, with the book reworked by Leslie Bricusse, will be directed by Christopher Renshaw. Eccentric Doctor Dolittle embarks on an extraordinary adventure to find the Giant Pink Sea Snail that holds the secret of life and makes the world a happier place. Helped by his human companions and an exotic menagerie of animal friends, including the Pushmi-Pullyu and trusty sidekick Polynesia the parrot, the larger-than-life Doctor Dolittle teaches us not only to talk to the animals but to listen to them as well! Leslie Bricusse has written the book, music and/or lyrics for more than 40 musical films and plays. Stage musicals include Stop the World – I Want to Get Off, Pickwick, Harvey, Goodbye, Mr Chips, Scrooge and Victor/Victoria, while films (songs and/or screenplays) include Scrooge, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Goodbye, Mr Chips, Superman, Victor/Victoria, Home Alone 1 & 2, Hook, Goldfinger, You Only Live […]

For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. The worldwide phenomenon which is Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin and has continued to set new records in packed theatres and arenas throughout the world.

Our summer programme continues to go from strength to strength and is the ideal way to celebrate the end of term.  This year Mill Productions will be performing Roald Dahl’s hilarious tale The Twits: Mr. and Mrs. Twit are the smelliest, nastiest, ugliest people in the world. They hate everything—except playing mean jokes on each other, catching innocent birds to put in their Bird Pies, and making their caged monkeys, the Muggle-Wumps, stand on their heads all day. But the Muggle-Wumps have had enough…. Weekends: Sat 15th and Sun 16th at 2pm & 4pm Sat 22nd and Sun 23rd at 2pm & 4pm & 7pm Adults €16 Child U12yrs €14 Groups 10+ €12 p/p

Instituto Cervantes joins Compadrito Tango and the theatre company Teatro Emigrato to celebrate this year’s International Tango Festival in Ireland. As a starter we propose a show that will bring together the poetry of the Chilean Pablo Neruda and Argentine music, in particular tango dancing. As the main course, why not learning the first steps of this elegant dance in a workshop for beginners? If tango revolutionised popular dance introducing a sensual choreography with a partner, we could say that it is also one of the better known and most familiar dances and music worldwide. In 2009, it was declared UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Green Shield stamps, a million of them, and Ger Lawless has won them all. It’s Ballymun in 1974 and happiness is at her fingertips. But when 15 friends and family gather to help her claim her winnings, all bets are off! During one fateful night, these determined women bring you into their lives in the ferociously funny The Unmanageable Sisters – Deirdre Kinahan’s new version of Michel Tremblay’s fêted Quebecois comedy, Les Belles-Soeurs.

The Lisa Richards agency present a week of top stand-up comedy! Each night, two comedians will perform their new work-in-progress shows. Check them out, for this bargain price, before they head to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Sunday, 16 June: Fred Cooke + Gearóid Farrelly Monday, 17 June: Shane Clifford + Stephen Mullan Tuesday, 18 June: Joanne McNally + Eleanor Tiernan Wednesday, 19 June: Joanne McNally + Aidan Greene Thursday, 20 June: Kevin McGahern + Special Guest TBC Friday, 21 June: Neil Delamere + Chris Kent Saturday, 21 June: Neil Delamere + Julie Jay Running Time : 135 mins (one hour per performer with a 15 minute interval) Age guidelines 14 + Strong Language / Sexual Reference

Based on the 1980 phenomenal pop culture film, Fame The Musical is the international smash hit sensation following the lives of students at New York’s High School For The Performing Arts as they navigate their way through the highs and lows, the romances and the heartbreaks and the ultimate elation of life. This bittersweet but uplifting triumph of a show explores the issues that confront many young people today: prejudice, identity, pride, literacy, sexuality, substance abuse and perseverance. Featuring the Oscar-winning title song and a cast of outstanding dancers, singers, musicians and rappers as they transform from star-struck pupils to superstars, Fame The Musical will indeed live forever. This definitive 30th-anniversary tour comes from Selladoor Productions critically acclaimed producers of Flashdance The Musical, Avenue Q, Little Shop of Horrors and American Idiot. Please note, the recommended age for this show is 12+. Contains adult themes and language. No under 3’s.

Wednesday 19 June 2019 | 5pm – 7pm Location: Temple Bar Gallery + Studios Refreshments Free admission, click here to book your ticket. Late View is the perfect wind down after a busy day at work or the perfect activity on your day off. Please drop-in to chat with our curators, visit our current exhibition staring forms, and have a glass of wine or a soft drink. Making Connections Do you live or work in the Temple Bar area? Are you interested in talking about art, visiting exhibitions, meeting artists, or learning about art making? Would you like to meet other people who work or live in the area? Then join us at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios for our FREE Making Connections Programme. These early morning, evening and weekend family events are for everyone – no previous experience required. About Temple Bar Gallery + Studios Founded in 1983, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios supports 30 artists in studios and stages an innovative programme of exhibitions and events throughout the year.

From its beginnings in 1980 as the Dublin International Organ Festival, Pipeworks has brought to Irish audiences a diverse programme of music-making with the organ at its centre, fully exploiting not only the wonderful range of instruments to be found in Ireland, but the splendid cathedrals, churches and concert halls which house them. Since 1980 Pipeworks has mounted sixteen major festivals, centred on the International Organ Competition which attracts young virtuosi from every corner of the world. These festivals have secured Ireland a respected position in the international organ-playing scene and enhanced the appreciation of Irish audiences for the King of Instruments, its unique and thrilling repertoire and the extraordinary talent of its players. In recent years Pipeworks has expanded its remit to explore Ireland’s organ heritage, and developed an education and outreach programme designed to introduce people to the organ, nurture young talent and help local communities in identifying and promoting their own instruments. Pipeworks has also presented ground-breaking series of complete works, including those of J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Dieterich Buxtehude and Olivier Messiaen, as well as the complete organ symphonies of Louis Vierne, all given by organists resident in Ireland.

Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark wood in Tall Stories’ magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Searching for hazelnuts, Mouse meets the cunning Fox, the eccentric old Owl and the high-spirited Snake. Will the story of the terrifying Gruffalo save Mouse from ending up as dinner for these hungry woodland creatures? After all, there’s no such thing as a Gruffalo – is there? Wed 19 – Fri 21 Jun: 4pm Sat 22 – Sun 23 Jun: 11am, 2pm & 4.30pm

The Ballymun Farmers Market is now located inside Ballymun Shopping Centre and is held every Thursday from 9am-3.30pm. It offers products from Dublin and the surrounding areas, so why not drop in to see some of our new stalls and see what bargains you can find.

Christ Church Market takes place on Thursday’s from 11.30am to 3pm and Saturday’s from 11am to 4.30pm. The aromatic smells that fill the air will tempt visitor’s taste buds making it irresistible to continue without side stepping inside to flavour the tastes brought to them by Irish Village Markets. Irish Village Markets is an amalgamation of some of Ireland’s finest chefs, growers and producers all under the one umbrella. Visitors to any of the lunchtime markets enjoy the tastes and quality food made with top quality ingredients and flavours from all over the world in the unique setting of Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin city centre. At the market visitors can enjoy a Cornish pasties, Gourmet Kitchen delights, noodles, schnitzels, oysters, waffles and lots, lots more.

(Dublin 2) Located at 60 Camden Street Lower, The Ferocious Mingle Market is a bohemian indoor market that sells food, coffee, clothes, jewellery, antiques and art. Whether you are looking for vintage wear and costume jewellery or just want to enjoy art, music and good food; The Ferocious Mingle Market has something for everyone. Thursday Friday Saturday

Dublin’s famous Liberty Market is located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, on Meath Sreet, off Thomas and the Coombe (near Christ Church). It offers the best bargains around on everything you are looking for from Clothing / Jewellery to toys and garden supplies blowing shop prices out of the water, our slogan says it all…….why pay more? Thursday Friday Saturday    

The Market is located at Station Buildings, Park Place, at the corner of Harcourt Street & Hatch Street and operates every Thursday 11am-3pm with 30-40 stalls. All produce sold at the market are grown or crafted by the stall holders and is either organic or a related foodstuff, craft, etc.

Honest2goodness is a natural food market in Glasnevin which is open every Saturday for the best in fresh meat, vegetables, fish, baked goods, wines and other treats. We are passionate about wine and food and would like to share this passion with as many people as possible. We welcome with open arms seasoned connoisseurs and food and wine newcomers alike. So, if you’re drinking our wines, shopping in our market, eating our food, taking one of our courses or simply trying one of our recipes we hope you enjoy the experience as much as we do giving it!

George Ezra has announced three dates in Ireland for 2019: June 20 Musgrave Park, Cork, June 21 Malahide Castle, Dublin and June 22 in Ormeau Park Belfast George Ezra first burst onto the scene in 2014 with his hit single Budapest – which reached No.1 in several countries. His debut album, Wanted on Voyage, featuring Budapest and other singles including Cassy O, Blame It on Me and Barcelona, was released in June that same year and went on to become the third best-selling album of the year.

BELSONIC returns to the idyllic setting at Ormeau Park, Belfast. The popular music festival will bring a host of international headline acts to the heart of Belfast city centre across the month of June. Wednesday 12th June 2019 Slash Ft Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators Blackberry Smoke No Hot Ashes Screaming Eagles Friday 14th June 2019 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Disciples Hugel Thursday 20th June 2019 Stormzy Plus Guests Friday 21st June 2019 Ben Nicky Plus Guests Saturday 22nd June 2019 George Ezra Plus Guests Tuesday 25th June 2019 The Killers Lewis Capaldi Wednesday 26th June 2019 Marshmello Jax Jones Thursday 27th June 2019 Hozier Maggie Rogers David Keenan Friday 28th June 2019 Tiësto Loud Luxury

While the term Pride didn’t become popular until the early 1980’s, the tradition, established following the Stonewall Uprising, of holding LGBTQ+ events and protests at the end of June was adopted very early by Dublin. In the early 1970’s this was often marked by a picnic in Merrion Square and on June 27th 1974 there was even a march of 10 people from the Department of Justice on Stephen’s Green to the British Embassy to protest the criminalisation of homosexuality, the law was a hangover from colonial times. In March 1983 the first large scale LGBTQ+ protest march took place in Dublin. It was organised by the Dublin Lesbian & Gay Collective in response to the release of the murderers of a gay man called Declan Flynn. About 900 people marched from Liberty Hall to Fairview Park. That June the National LGBT Federation (NXF) organised the first Dublin Pride Parade, it went from Stephen’s Green to the GPO. While the original route went from St Stephens Green to the GPO on O’Connell Street, in the early 1990’s the starting point of The Garden of Remembrance was established. Dublin LGBTQ Pride Today In 2018 60,000 people marched with us and as […]

The aim of Rinceoil Fingal is to teach, encourage and perform Irish music, song and dance for all age groups and abilities. Music is taught through classes held in Rush, North County Dublin, Ireland. Pupils and members are drawn from Rush, Skerries, Swords, Malahide and other areas in Fingal. Lessons take place in ‘Martin’s Shop’ in Rush on Monday & Tuesday nights. Band meets on Tuesday nights, and plays at community events throughout the year. Currently, we provide classes in tinwhistle, fiddle, bodhrán, guitar and piano accordion, in addition to ceili & Sean-nos dancing. Rinceoil-a Tradition in Irish Music & Dance. Bigi linn!

William Shakespeare’s most popular and loved comedy in a refreshing and inventive production at Pearse Park, St. Enda’s, Rathfarnham. Gates open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start and seating is available. Do bring a rug as it can get chilly.  Duration is 2 hours including a short interval. Tea, coffee, wine is available at the café and picnics are welcome. Twenty two Balally performers are involved in this dynamic ensemble, among them are local favourites and some fresh new faces too. In the garden setting at St. Enda’s,  we follow the lovers and the mechanicals as they journey into the spirit world with Oberon,Titania, Puck and two diminutive fairies and as night falls in the park  Balally Players are happy to  present  this  evocative, joyful and funny piece of theatre. Direction is by Karen Carleton. Tickets will also be available at the Gate each evening from 7pm.

Temple Bar Book Market is held every Saturday and Sunday Dublin city centre. A small but perfectly formed Pandora’s box for book-worms … take time to browse through the wide selection of old and new titles, classics and novels. Shoppers at Temple Bar Book Market in Dublin city centre, County Dublin, will find new, second-hand and rare one off books at stalls for adults and children. The market is held every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-6pm.

Leopardstown Farmers Market is one of the oldest Farmers Markets in Ireland. It is well established with an excellent and loyal customer base. It is situated at Leopardstown Race Course,in South Dublin every Friday from 10am-4pm. It is essentially an indoor market with some outdoor stalls at the entrance. There is free car parking. Leopardstown Farmers Market is an old style food market with an excellent craft and modern jewellery section. The weekly event draws large crowds of eager shoppers from all over South Dublin, and there is a great friendly relaxed atmosphere. Regular stalls include Denis Healys’ Organic delights and jenny Mcnally’s vegetables.

Did you know that the average number of people visiting The CHQ Building on a daily basis is 7,000? Taking place on the first Friday of each month, the market features stalls selling a variety of produce and crafts. CHQ Market has a mix of stalls both inside and outside the building, a new and exciting market right in the middle of the IFSC. Everything from homemade chocolates, olives, muffins, fresh pasta & sauces, something to suit everyone.

George Ezra has announced three dates in Ireland for 2019: June 20 Musgrave Park, Cork, June 21 Malahide Castle, Dublin and June 22 in Ormeau Park Belfast George Ezra first burst onto the scene in 2014 with his hit single Budapest – which reached No.1 in several countries. His debut album, Wanted on Voyage, featuring Budapest and other singles including Cassy O, Blame It on Me and Barcelona, was released in June that same year and went on to become the third best-selling album of the year.

Versatile is Eskimo Supreme and Casper Walsh, two inner city Dublin natives rhyming and visualising the humorous and grittier aspects of life as young run arounds. Tales are vividly told in their songs like stealing dogs as a means of income, to the bleak scenes of an after party, all the while maintaining their jovial manner. Since 2014 with the group’s first uploads to their highly subscribed YouTube channel, OUTBURST, they have organically found mass appeal throughout Ireland and beyond, creating a close to cultish following amongst their fans.

Walking On Cars are creating sounds as beautiful and dramatic as the landscape that envelops them. From the Dingle Peninsula, the five creatives friendship gave way to a tuneful collaboration, borne out of a desire to write music. With songs reflecting both the isolation and consolation of Dingle, this year Walking On Cars look set to add to their increasing number of admirers. Singer Patrick Sheehy is comfortable to characterize their music with the ambiguous description “powerful and almost pop”. Pushing the sound higher, Sorcha Durham (pianist) and Dan Devane (lead guitar) give life to these Melodic imaginings. Paul Flannery on Bass guitar and drummer Evan Hadnett provide an intelligent and bodily support to their carefully crafted songs. Central to the house that they share is the rehearsal space, where each of The five can document song ideas at anytime – “ an advantage” of their environment and something not possible living in a city.

We’ve put together some helpful information about the festival below. Feel free to contact us for further information. — What is the Stoneybatter Festival? The Stoneybatter Festival is a celebration of our local community and the creativity that surrounds us here in the heart of Dublin 7. Building on the success of the Festivals in 2017 and 2018 and on the work of Stoneybatter Pride of Place which won the award for Best Urban Heritage Village in 2016, the Festival will have activities for all ages and tastes. Friday evening 21st June will mark the launch of the Festival with the Lord Mayor of Dublin followed by events in local pubs, shops and businesses. Saturday 22nd June is an Open Day where local businesses, schools, museums, churches and even private homes will open to the public. Stoneybatter will be buzzing with sporting, environmental, culinary, literary and music events all day. Sunday, 23rd June will be the highlight: a Family Fun Day will see Stoneybatter & Manor Street pedestrianised from Arbour Hill to Kavanagh’s Public House – with music, dance, food, stalls, talks, tours, workshops and special activities aimed at children and young people. Back by popular demand, festival events will […]

1 June Ural dumplings: Rozhkov + Butchers in Dublin Ural dumplings: Rozhkov + Butchers in Du 2 June Stage Performers | Best Show on Earth 7 June Vincent Simone & Ian Waite | The Ballroom Boys The Ballroom Boys 8 June Jill O’Neill – Dancing through the Decades Dancing Through the Decades 16 June Musical Magic | Prosperous Academy & Brocklebank Academy Musical Magic | Prosperous & Brocklebank 21 June Phoenix Performing Arts College Graduation Show 2019 Graduation Show 2019 24 June – 25 June Kris Kristofferson and his Band

Midlands Electric Bike Show GreenAer at Outdoor Sports, Unit 3, Mullingar Business Park. Friday 21stJune – Sunday 23rdJune 2019 Dates: Friday 21st  & Saturday 22nd  June 10am – 6pm Sunday 23rdJune 1pm – 6pm Where: GreenAer at Outdoor Sports, Unit 3, Mullingar Business Park, Co. Westmeath Midlands Electric Bike Show has loads to offer, Electric bike test-rides, Fun & refreshments. To celebrate National Bike Week 2019 and the 1 Year anniversary of the opening of our Mullingar Store, we would like to invite you to Mullingar for our Midlands Electric Bike Show. There will be Three days of fun to be had testing Electric bikes, a Daredevil Stunt Show and Raffle Prizes over the weekend. We will have Electric Bikes from all of our Top European Brands such as Stromer/ Haibike/ Riese & Müller/ Winora/ Raleigh/ Orbea, and Cargo Bikes from Urban Arrow + Riese & Müller. Our Weekend has plenty to offer for everyone from free test riding of each and every electric bike that you want, to a free one hour guided electric bike tour. We have organized refreshments for this event along with special offers on all our models on the day. There will be Bosch Goodie […]

This picturesque location in Rathfarnham, overlooked by the historic 18th Century Marlay House and within the grounds of the 247 acre park is home to a playground, a par-3 golf course, a model railway, running and walking trails and various sports facilities including tennis courts, football pitches and a cricket ground. The Marlay Park Co Co Market is nestled within the charming craft courtyard of Marlay house. Vendors are keen to build relationships with customers and share their passion for their products.

Skerries Mills Farmers Market is held in Skerries, County Dublin every Saturday from 10am-4pm. Stalls include local vegetables, muffins, organic eggs, organic meat, home-made jams, marmalades and lots more. All are invited to enjoy and soak up the market atmosphere.

Blackrock Market was established in 1996, historically a coach inn on the busy eastern trade corridor in Ireland. It has a mixture of products and goods available and is unique in the sense that it combines a broad range of fine art, modern art, collectibles, furniture, soft furnishings and hand crafts with an eclectic mix usually only seen in traditional European flea markets. Blackrock Market is open every weekend, plus Bank Holiday Mondays from 11am-5.30pm in Blackrock, County Dublin. There is usually over 50 traders in attendance. The Market also offers a range of food and beverages.

Malahide Market is held every Saturday in Malahide, County Dublin from 2pm-6pm. With over 20 stalls of quality products at great value, Malahide Farmers Market is worth a visit on a Saturday afternoon. Shoppers will be able to buy fresh local produce and goods such as fruit and vegetables, cakes, cheese and jams, direct from the growers, farmers and producers. They also support local crafts, artists, and businesses with a wide range of stalls with something for everyone.

Something you can’t buy in a shop. Make it, bake it, paint it , knit it , Dream it up Whatever it is and you make it , you can sell it at the Cherrytree Saturday Market Every Sat 10 am to 4 pm

he Grand Social on Lower Liffey Street hosts a weekly Indoor Market every Saturday from 12 noon ’til 6pm.The Market has a mish mash of stalls ranging from Vintage Clothes, Designer threads, Vinyl Records, Retro Furniture, Contemporary Crafts, Bric a brac, Chic Jewellry, Books and lots more. We welcome local designers and collectors selling their one off pieces, Photographers, Illustrators and Craftmakers.We have numerous Vintage stalls who have amazing finds, Vintage Furs, Bags, Dresses and lots lots more, there is something for everyone. We also have many local shops in the city centre venturing out and talking stalls to promote their shops! Such as Shotsy Vintage, Golly Gosh Vintage, Flip Vintage Clothing, Wild Child selling Vinyl Records, Sybil Vein Antiques, Magpie’s Nest Antique, Vintage and Modern Jewellery. We are also proud to have such well know artists like Sean Hillen taking a stall from time to time. No week is the same at the market, as we rotate stall holders.We have the best music playing whist you can have a pint from the bar while browsing the stalls.

The Terenure Village Market (TVM) is now called Bushy Park Market located in Terenure, showcasing new local and established hot food, grocery food and craft stalls. A range of hot food is on offer, including organic burgers, African cuisine, pierogi (Polish dumplings), crepes and much more……… Coffee, tea and cakes are served from the classic three wheel van @ Saltpeter. Core Juicers supply delicious juices …and smoothies. TVM grocery section is host to an organic butchers, fish mongers, and award winning cheese mongers, a wide variety of bakeries, organic fruit & vegetables and also stocks a wide variety of artisan produce, including the best chutneys imaginable! Crafts range from wood-turning to hand-made soaps, from local prints & paintings to books and from knitwear & felt to fabulous home ware and much more…….. Please come and support this community project. Located at its new venue in Bushy Park, Templeogue Road, Terenure, Dublin 6W. Back by popular demand TVM @ Bushy Park will run every Saturday from 11am-4pm.

The Red Stables Food Market runs every Saturday from 10am to 5pm (10am to 4pm in winter) in St Anne’s Park, Raheny, County Dublin. Stall holders for the Red Stables Food Market include bespoke foods such as hand made chocolates, artisan cheeses and preserves, organic meat, fresh baked bread, cakes and biscuits, toasted nuts and organic produce. The Red Stables is a Victorian two-storey building, located on the Clontarf side of St Anne’s Park which has been sensitively restored by Dublin City Council. The complex includes design studios, artist work spaces, a commercial gallery, café and courtyard area and is managed by the Dublin City Council. Formerly owned by the Guinness family, St Anne’s estate was acquired by Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) in the late 1930s. The park is open to the public and attracts visitors young and old. The Red Stables are located just off the main avenue, between the world famous Rose Gardens and the children’s playground. Saturday

(Dublin 6) The Indoor Eco Fashion & Sustainable Craft Market is a fashion and craft market held at 169 Lower Rathmines Road held on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-6pm.

Market located Adjacent to Baldungan Castle, Skerries, Co Dublin. There is a car boot and general market section to this market. Saturday Sunday

This weekly market takes place every Saturday from 10am – 4.30pm at Meeting House Square, Temple Bar under the new retractable canopy. The reasons to buy your food at the Temple Bar Food Market are endless, low food miles, seasonal produce and a wide range of produce in all weights and portion sizes. The passionate Food Market traders are on hand every Saturday to tell customers all about their produce, how it was made and the very best way to cook and eat it!

The Temple Bar Designer Mart takes place every Saturday from 10am to 5pm on Cow’s Lane which is located in the Old City area of Temple Bar, Dublin 2. This outdoor market showcases the very best of handmade craft & design produced by Irish and Ireland-based artists. This outdoor market showcases the very best of handmade craft & design produced by Irish and Ireland-based artists. Great for browsing for gifts, or a treat for yourself, the independent designers, craftspeople and artists are on hand to give you an insight into their craft and story behind any individual piece. The market includes designers selling; wood turned goods (bowls, decorative pieces, etc),jewelry (precious metal and costume), woolen apparel (hats, scarves, snoods, cowl necks, etc), t-shirts, original drawings and prints, picture frames, amazing coats / jackets, and much more.

An organic market in St. Andrew’s Resource Centre, Pearse Street every Saturday from 9:30am-3:30pm. Farmers organic fruit & vegetables, organic butcher, baker, organic wines, cheeses, household goods & groceries, refill eco cleaners, natural cosmetics & vintage clothes. Plus various cafes with a great range to eat there or take away.

Jamestown Market is a weekend market located at 90 Jamestown Road, Inchicore, and is one of Dublin’s best flea market’s with a combination of new & vintage, modern & retro it is a thoroughly enjoyable way to spend a day over the weekend.There is a great variety of new, antique and second hand merchandise to suit every bodies taste and budget, including clothes, furniture, household, bric a brac and much more. Saturday Sunday

George Ezra has announced three dates in Ireland for 2019: June 20 Musgrave Park, Cork, June 21 Malahide Castle, Dublin and June 22 in Ormeau Park Belfast George Ezra first burst onto the scene in 2014 with his hit single Budapest – which reached No.1 in several countries. His debut album, Wanted on Voyage, featuring Budapest and other singles including Cassy O, Blame It on Me and Barcelona, was released in June that same year and went on to become the third best-selling album of the year.

Lana Del Rey is an American singer-songwriter born in 1986 in Lake Placid, New York. Her debut single, Video Games, launched her into the public eye in 2011, becoming a huge viral hit when the video she produced received over 20 million hits online. The album that followed, Born To Die, was one of the best-selling albums of the year worldwide and included top 10 hits such as Blue Jeans and Summertime Sadness. Del Rey’s musical influences range from Frank Sinatra and Elvis to Bob Dylan and Eminem, and her own style is one that is hard to pinpoint. With a jazzy voice and often cinematic, atmospheric music, she is at times reminiscent of Hollywood from the Golden Era, but this classic style is enthused with the modern beats of hip hop, giving Del Rey a unique and instantly recognisable style all of her own.

The Coronas – plus very special guests, Sigrid & All Tvvins. Irish rock band The Coronas originated in Dublin. They release their music through their own independent record label, 3ú Records, and are based between Dublin and London. Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, known professionally as simply Sigrid, is a Norwegian singer and songwriter. In 2017, she achieved international success with the single “Don’t Kill My Vibe”

Featuring Gorgon City and Sonny Fodera One Day with Gorgon City and Sonny Fodera plus very special guest Duke Demont at Live at the Marquee, Cork on Saturday 22 June 2019.

The stars of the HBO docu-series ‘On Tour with Asperger’s Are Us’ perform a brand new live sketch comedy show for people who enjoy highly verbal absurdist humour. The first comedy troupe composed of people with Asperger’s Syndrome performs their trademark absurdist sketches, ripe with hilarious wordplay and unexpected breaking of social conventions. “Instead of focusing on the condition, the four men who make up the troupe perform skits and monologues that reflect their thoughts, perspectives and offbeat sensibilities, often characterized by deadpan and absurd humor… the guys are not looking for sympathy laughs or polite applause. Their show is not an autism awareness campaign, they say. They want people to laugh simply because they’re funny.” – NewYork Times Running time : 90 mins including an interval Age Guideline : 11+ Follow Asperger’s Are Us on Facebook and for more information on the comedy troupe visit their website.

The season opens on Saturday 8th with Michael Crichton’s 1973 thriller Westworld. The film stars Richard Benjamin and James Brolin as two friends who visit a highly realistic adult amusement park, only to find themselves pursued by an implacable killer android (Yul Brynner) when the park suffers a number of technical malfunctions. On Sunday 9th, Bryan Forbes’s iconic The Stepford Wives will screen on 35mm. With a cast led by Katherine Ross and Paula Prentiss, the film focuses on two women as they try to unravel the mystery of the obedient and submissive behaviour of the town’s wives. The film was adapted by William Goldman from Ira Levin’s (Rosemary’s Baby) novel. Another classic to screen on 35mm will be Donald Cammell’s 1977 chiller Demon Seed, starring Julie Christie as a woman imprisoned by a malevolent computer determined to conceive a child with her; the film will show on Sunday 16th. Isabella Willinger’s documentary Hi, A.I. on Thursday 20th follows two people, one in the US and the other in Japan, who rely on robots for companionship; this intriguing film raises important questions as to the role artificially intelligent robots will play in our future. Also scheduled to screen are Shin’ya […]

Every second Sunday of the month, Christchurch Hall at Sandymount Green plays host to the Sandymount Market, where you are invited to sample the best of local food, art and fashion. The market has been going for about four years now and attracts an array of colour, texture and taste, which serves as the backdrop to what has become an exciting social outlet for many of the stallholders.

Buttons and Bows Craft Market is a Craft Fair located at Iveagh Grounds, Crumlin on Sundays from 12-6pm. Stalls include jewellery, cards, candles, home decor, bags, baby items, home bakes goods and much more.  

At our weekly drop-in workshop, children and their parents/guardians/carers are encouraged to work together on creative projects. Drop-in and stay for as long (or as little!) as you wish. These workshops are suitable for children of all ages, and take place in the Maples and Calder Creative Space in our Atrium. These free workshops take place weekly, every Sunday from 11.30am. Join us for a special tour designed for children and their guardians, parents and carers. Our aim is to make the artworks fun and engaging for kids, and to welcome families and visitors of all ages and encourage them to feel comfortable in the Gallery. All welcome; no booking necessary. 12:30pm