Embed from Getty Images Summer holidays are over, students are back at school and life returns to normal. But there are lots of things going on in Dublin City in September. Here's our selection of the best events in Dublin September 2018. All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final Date: Sunday 2nd of September 3.30pm Venue: Croke Park After a great hurling championship in which Limerick emerged as
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Dublin has something to do for everyone of all ages. Here is a selection of some of the best events in Dublin. Festivals, music, theatre, sport and much more.
This is our selection of the best events in Dublin August 2018. Roderic O'Conor and the Moderns Date: Daily until 28th October 2018 Venue: National Gallery Well known artist Roderic O'Conor moved from Impressionism to a unique Expressionist style. He was a contemporary of Impressionists like Van Gogh and Gauguin and this exhibition shows his relationship with other famous artists of his time. See more at
If you are in Dublin St Patricks Day 2018 you will certainly notice that the whole weekend is taken up by the festivities of St. Patrick's Festival. The highlight of the festival is the St Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 17th. The parade will wind its way across the city and will feature marching bands from around the world, colour, performers, mythical creatures and lots of street entertainment and fun
There's so much going on in Dublin the problem for the casual visitor is to choose from hundreds of options. We decided to pick one event per month. These 12 Events in Dublin in 2018 are very individual and may not suit everybody but they may help you decide when is a good time to visit Dublin. January Sive Venue: Gaeity Theatre Date: 26th January - 3rd March 2018 Druid’s major new production of John B.
Here we select some dates in Dublin for Summer 2017. There is so much going on in the capital during the Summer that it can be difficult to choose which events to attend. This is our selection of the top events but there are many more depending on your interests. Bloom Garden Festival Date: 1st June - 5th June Venue: Phoenix Park This Ireland’s largest gardening festival and it showcases fabulous gardens from
Christmas in Dublin 2016 brings another year of street lighting, shopping, music, parties, celebrations, Christmas markets and festive cheer. There's lots on during December including pantos, music, fun for kids and lots more. Here's our selection of what's on in Dublin December 2016: Robin Hood and his Merry Men Venue: Gaiety Theatre Date: 27th November 2016 - 8th January 2017 Robin Hood and His Merry Men is
Rugby is the big attraction in Dublin this November. In the Guinness Series there are three really high profile games being played at the AVIVA Stadium. Ireland v The All Blacks on the 19th is likely to generate most excitement but the games against Australia and Canada will also be a big attraction. Sister Act at The Bord Gais Theatre and The Nutcracker provide the best of the rest. Some other things on in Dublin
Some of the big events on in Dublin in October 2016 include the Dublin City Marathon which takes place on the 30th. It is a huge event with about 16,000 participants expected and tens of thousands of spectators. Mick Flannery, Smokie, Ralph McTell, James Blake, The Fureys, Corey Harris and Jean Michel Jarre are among the musical highlights during the month. Bear Grylls puts on a spectacular show at 3 Arena. Here
Some of the big events on in Dublin in September 2016 include the All-Ireland finals in both Hurling and Football in Croke Park. Tipperary hope to thwart Kilkenny's three-in-a-row ambitions but The Cats will not be easily overcome. A crowd of over 80,000 is expected so anybody who intends to stay overnight would need to book accommodation. The same applies to the Football Final which sees Mayo challenging hot
There's quite a lot going on in Dublin in August 2016. Apart from the ongoing 1916 Exhibitions we see the continuation of Riverdance and Billy Elliott. It is a big month for The GAA with the All-Ireland semi finals in both Hurling and Football on in Croke Park. The trendy revival of Pokémon is big at the moment and Dublin is hosting the Pokémon GO and Picnic this month. There are lots of other music, theatre, sport