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Welcome to my weekly Dublin events posts, published every single Sunday sharing the best things happening around the city each week. I really hope you enjoy them.

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My top picks of events happening in Dublin this week:


Event– The first Zero Waste Meetup in 2019

Location- Ruin Bar, 33 Tara Street

Description- Come and join us at the first Zero Waste Meetup in 2019.

We hope to have some friendly and encouraging conversations about how everyone of us can take one or steps towards a more sustainable lifestyle. It does not matter if you are just starting your zero waste journey or if you are an expert in zero waste living we can all do something to reduce our footprint.

There will be optional food rescue excursion after the meetup

Cost- Free to attend

Time- 19.30-21.30

Children’s event– Screening of ‘Wonder’ by Stephen Chbosky, based on R.J. Palacio’s book.

Location- Ballyroan Library, 54 Orchardstown Avenue

Description- This screening follows our Junior Book Club discussion of ‘Wonder by R. J Palacio. A heartwarming story with a serious anti-bullying theme.

Auggie Pullman is a home schooled boy living in Upper Manhattan with his parents. He has a medical condition, often equated with Treacher Collins syndrome, which has left his face disfigured. Wanting him to experience a larger world, his parents enroll him into Beecher Middle School for the start of fifth grade. Middle school is not for the faint-hearted, but Auggie will manage to rise above bullying through his ability to show empathy and kindness, humor and compassion.

Join us for a wonderful evening that will be echoing with Auggie’s following words:

I wish every day could be Halloween. We could all wear masks all the time. Then we could walk around and get to know each other before we got to see what we looked like under the masks.

Suitable for children aged 9-12 (parents are welcome as well!)

Cost- Free

Time- 16.00-18.00



Location- The lantern Centre, 15 Synge Street

Description- All Welcome to join in this soulful meditation space & circle to honor the New Moon & to share heart truth, to gain intuitive insights & clarity, to learn new positive ways to self-empowerment and to evolve and apply our active consciousness in our everyday lives.

Cost- €20

Time- 19.00-21.00

Children’s event– Musical Storytime sessions with Music Generation dlr

Location- DLR Lexlcon Venue, Dun laoghaire

Description- Come along and enjoy Storytime with a difference; musical
accompaniment to illustrate our weekly storytime. Dance, sing and enjoy our wonderful stories and their musical accompaniment! Brought to you by Music Generation dlr. All Welcome!

Cost- Free

Time- 15.30-16.15


Event– The Art of Mending with Liadain Aiken

Location- Bí URBAN, 3 Manor Street, Stoneybatter

Description- Knitwear designer Liadain Aiken is a keen darner and feels that mending a garment adds new life and appreciation to a preloved garment.

In this workshop, we ask you to bring in any woollen garments that are in need of repair. We will look at the wear and tear, work out the best approach for that garment, taking into consideration the function of the garment, where the hole is, the type of yarn and stitch.

On the night we will start by learning the weaving technique. This is the easiest approach, works for most garments and is quick to do. We will also touch base on another technique called Swiss Darning. Bring a variety of garments for discussion. All yarn and darning needles will be provided.

Suitable for beginners

Capacity: 8 participants to assure one to one tuition.

Cost- €35

Time- 19.00-22.00

Children’s event– Dublin Zoo: Parent and Toddler Sessions

Location- Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park

Description- Join our Parent and Toddler mornings in Dublin Zoo where toddlers will get an opportunity to learn more about our wonderful wildlife through stories, crafts and visits to some of our habitats. Book early to secure your spot!

Age: recommended for up to 3 year olds.

Further details: e-mail or telephone 01 4748932

Meeting Point: Farmhouse

Cost- €5

Time- 10.00-11.30


Event– George Michael vs Michael Jackson

Location- The Sugar Club, 8 Leeson Street Lower

Description- What would happen if you put the music of two bonafide geniuses against each other in a Pop Battle? We’re going to find out with the Sing Along Social’s George Michael vs Michael Jackson Battle to end all Pop Battles. Expect to have your faith restored by pop thrillers.

Join us at The Sugar Club on Leeson Street in Dublin’s city centre for a night celebrating the music of George Michael and Michael Jackson, and their collaborators. Tickets are €10 + booking fee. We’ll be donating 20% of our profits after cost to HIV Ireland.

The Sing Along Social is a zero-commitment choir designed for people who can not sing. You don’t have to practice and you don’t have to know the words. It’s about singing along to your favourite songs in the company of friends and strangers.

Cost- €11

Time- 19.30-23.00

Children’s event– Harry Potter Fun. Age 7-10

Location- County Library, Tallaght

Description- To celebrate Harry Potter Book Night join us at the library for some magical fun. Age 7-10.

Cost- Free

Time- 15.30-16.30


Event– Yocella at Spike Cello Fest 2019

Location- The Elbowroom, 32 Brunswick Street North

Description- Sound can soothe you, raise your consciousness, and carry you into other realms of experience.

A peaceful two hour yin yoga practise led by Kitty Maguire to live cello played by Anna Marcossi.
Join us for a slow-paced practice of deep opening and surrender to the hypnotic voice of the cello.
No yoga experience is needed for Yocella.

This is a self-care practice of yin yoga, live cello, silence and poetry to support the body when life gets a little too yang, fast and busy. Beginners very welcome and Yocella is suitable during pregnancy.

What is Yin Yoga?

Yin yoga teaches us to be more flexible with our emotions, not just our body. Yin is a wonderful compliment to all other energetic exercise and busy lifestyles which are Yang elements. Yin yoga is the stretching side of yoga (yin) with no strength (yang) work. During Yocella we hold a pose between 3 – 8 minutes. Throughout this time the body gets the opportunity to de-stress and slow down. As we hold our yin poses the fascia/connective tissue (webbing that covers our muscles) releases the stress/stories held in our body, giving the nervous system a proper rest and a chance to let go. Yin Yoga reminds us to take the time to nurture, slow down and not be so tough on yourself.


Helps prepare for meditation, improved circulation and energy flow, de-stress and improve flexibility, mobility in joints and ligaments, calmer, improved self awareness and self care throughout the body can be experienced from adding yin yoga to your world.

Cost- €27

Time- 19.30-21.00

Children’s event– DonnyCarney – Mumba dance

Location- Le Cheile Donnycarney- Community Centre, Collins Avenue East

Description- Dance-Bond-Exercise with your little one 0-3yrs. Experience anything from waltzing with your baby to Swaying to latest Bollywood Beats.

Enjoy every giglgle with every tickle, Shriek with every swirl and Sleep with every sway.

Rock and Sway with your Little one today!

No Shoes, No Mats, No Toys, No fuss. Just bring yourself and your little dance partner. We will do the rest.

Cost- €15

Time- 10.30-11.30


Event– Women of Wit

Location- Bewleys Cafe Grafton Street

Description- For one night only! ‘A showcase of women’s wit and humour. Expect comedy, spoken word and music.

Cost- €12

Time- 19.30-21.30

Children’s event– Spring Festival Fair 2019

Location- CHQ, Custom House Quay, Dublin

Description- The hugely-popular Spring Festival Fair returns to The chq Building for two days of free, family-friendly fun. Inspired by Chinese temple fairs, or ‘Miaohui’, the event combines performances, workshops, storytelling with Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin and more, screenings, demonstrations and games, plus tasty food stalls and special appearances by international visitors.

Come along and have your face painted, marvel at the Chinese dragon and lion performances, take part in an authentic Chinese tea ceremony, try your hand at Chinese calligraphy, and share your hopes for the Year of the Pig with the Wishing Tree. And don’t miss a photo opportunity with the Chinese God of Fortune, who will be on hand to send his blessings of luck for 2019.

EPIC will be joining in the celebrations taking place at CHQ, as part of Spring Festival Fair on Sat 9 & Sun 10 Feb! They’ll be hosting a programme of fun, free events in their screening room.

Cost- Free to attend

Time- 11.00-18.00


Event– Free Screening – Andy Warhol: Made in China

Location- National Gallery Of Ireland

Description- A rare opportunity to see this fascinating 1989 documentary, which finds filmmaker Lee Caplin trailing Andy Warhol during his travels through China in 1982, from Hong Kong’s glitter to the mystique of Peking’s Forbidden City. The visit is orchestrated as a cultural experiment by young Chinese millionaire Alfred Siu to see if Warhol’s cult of celebrity will extend beyond Western society. Will China afford him fifteen minutes of fame?

Cost- Free

Time- 12.30-13.00

Children’s event– Young Chef 2019

Location- Airfield Estate, Dundrum

Description- Is your child a budding chef or do they love to help you out in the kitchen?

Our kids’ cookery classes might be right up their street! All classes are suitable for 8-12 year olds who love all things food! Each class is based on a seasonal theme and will begin by exploring what’s available in the garden and will then move on to prepare and cook a selection of themed recipes.

Classes will be led by our education team in a relaxed and fun environment which will allow the children to see the process of food from farm to fork and get hands-on, learning kitchen safety and correct utensil care.

2019 Dates & Themes:

10th February – Soup and Sides
10th March – Irish Favourites
14th April – Easter Goodies
12th May – Breads & Cakes
9th June – Breakfast Bites
14th July – Summery Snacks
18th August – Picnic Basket Treats
15th September – Lunch Boxes
13th October – Harvest Treats
10th November – Winter Warmers
8th December – Christmas Treats

Cost- €25 per workshop

Time- 10.00-12.30


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