Here is our selection of Whats On in Dublin June 2016:
Date: Jun 02, 2016 – Jun 04, 2016
Venue: Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex St,
From Tumble Circus, this show is a mix of circus and comedy. It follows the life a man and his roles as a circus performer, a dad, and a clown. Featuring spectacular clowning, acrobatics, juggling and lots of comedy.
Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon
Date: 6 June 2016 14:00 – 16:00
The Dublin Women’s Mini Marathon has about 40,000 participants annually on the June Bank Holiday weekend. Women of all levels from walkers to competitive racers take part and with over 1,000 volunteers and stewards on hand the marathon is a well organised event which has numerous sideshows, music and bands etc.
For full details visit vhiwomensminimarathon.ie
The Last Tango
Date: Jun 07, 2016 – Jun 11, 2016
Venue: Bord Gais Theatre Dublin Ireland
Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace have been dancing together for twenty years and have been Strictly Come Dancing favourites and World Dance title-holders. Now the Argentine Tango Champions say goodbye to the stage in a fantastic live performance.
Date: 9 June 2016 20:00 – 22:00
Venue: Pavilion Theatre Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire
Written and performed by Seamus O’Rourke Indigestion is a story about emigration, immigration, and the Irish condition following a seventeen year-old boy who leaves Cavan for a better life in London but life isn’t all rosy.
You follow Seamus’ journey as his story unfolds in this moving, yet humorous piece of theatre.
Date: 11th June 2016 – 16th June 2016
Venue: Various Dublin
June 16th has come around again and it is Bloomsday, the day in 1904 on which the events of James Joyce’s Ulysses takes place. This is the annual gathering of Joyce fans to dress up in Edwardian fashion, revisit the various landmarks of Ulysses, listen to readings, lectures and performances and generally have a good time eating and drinking.
Bloomsday Brunch and Street Party on 12th June in North Great George’s Street goes back in time with free street theatre, music and games and wild and wonderful celebrations.
This year, Poetry Brothel, with poets, burlesque performers and jazz musicians performing at the Liquor Rooms on Wellington Quay celebrates the famous Nighttown episode of Ulysses.
Reginald D Hunter
Date: 11 June 2016 20:30 – 23:30
Venue: Vicar Street Theatre
Reginald has appeared on TV programmes like as Have I Got News For You, QI, and Never Mind the Buzzcocks and he ids known for his witty ripostes and laid back humour.
Reginald’s live show is unusual standup comedty which keeps audiences enthralled throughout the performance.
Clash Gaelic Games
Date: 17th Jun 2016 at 2:30 p.m and each Friday afterwards in June and July
Venue: St Stephens Green
Clash Gaelic Games Daytripper is a half-day introduction to the art of Gaelic games for visitors to Ireland.
Gaelic games include hurling, camogie, football, handball and rounders and on the Clash Gaelic Games Daytripper, you get a chance to learn the basics of these exciting games.
Bike Fest 2016
Date: 19 June 2016 12:00 – 17:00
Venue: St. Anne’s Park, Raheny
St. Anne’s Park in Raheny is the venue for this celebration of cycling for all ages. Whether you’re a skilled cyclist, a novice or if you want to enjoy the many demonstrations on display you will enjoy this event. Relaxation, exercise, picnics and a gret family day out.
Lord of the Dance
Date: Jun 21, 2016 – Jun 25, 2016
Venue: Bord Gais Energy Theatre
As thrilling as the original, Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games features new set, costumes and choreography and a troupe of fantastic young performers directed by Michael Flatley. With new music by composer Gerard Fahy, this latest version combines retains all the best of the original while adding a new energy and fresh excitement of new music and dance.
Date: Jun 21, 2016 – Jun 25, 2016
Venue: Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex St
The story of unconventional couple as they giggle, cry, kiss, shout, sing, dance, play games, get drunk, tell secrets, and talk nonsense. Presented by MALAPROP, a Dublin-based collective of emerging theatre-makers.The winners of the Spirit of Fringe/Spirit of Project Award at Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015 return to Project with their sharp and hilarious show about the inevitability of human/robot relationships.
Rihanna – ANTI
Date: 21 June 2016 17:00 – 22:00
Venue: Aviva Stadium
With Anti, Rihanna has become a bona fide musician. She’ll be mixing up the tweenager-appeasing Umbrella with the more lo-fi new stuff. Please note that umbrellas may not be used inside the stadium.
Huge crowds are expected for this popular and controversial artist who is considered the essence of cool.
Date: 30th June 2016
Venue: Royal Hospital Kilmainham
Welsh hard-rocking band the Stereophonics are coming back to Ireland following the success of their 2015 release, Keep the Village Alive.
Supported by The Vaccines.
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