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To check out whats on in Dublin in my previous Dublin events posts click here

My top picks of events happening in Dublin this week:


Event- Meditation Evening, Practicing Zazen in Silence.

Location- 15 Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8

Description- Through Silent Meditation we make efforts to actually get to know ourselves, see what is truly shining within us. We try to return to our original deep-rooted trust in ourselves. From that firm inner base, we again are able to open our hearts and reach out to others.

Beginners needing instruction, please arrive at 20:15. Please wear robes or dark comfortable clothes suitable for sitting. All Welcome.

Cost- Suggested €5 donation

Time- 20.15-21.45

Event- Where We Live presented by THISISPOPBABY (more dates)

Location- The Complex, 15 Little Green Street (just off Capel Street)

Description- WHERE WE LIVE is a ferocious response to the theme of home. It’s a kaleidoscope of stories about what it feels like to live in Dublin and Ireland today, told by some of the best storytellers on the island.

Cost- Free

Time- 11.00-20.00


Event- A Very Vegan Feast

Location-  Brother Hubbard North, Capel Street

Description- A 5-course vegan menu with a special welcome drink

Cost- €37.95

Time- 18.30 (dinner at starts at 7 sharp)

Event- The Ruby Sessions

Location- Doyle’s Pub, College Street

Description- An acoustic club held weekly every Tuesday night in the intimate setting of Doyle’s. If you’re lucky you might get to see a world-famous artist with past guests including Ed Sheeran and George Ezra.

Cost- €5

Time- 21.00


Event- PaINTCLUB Dublin – ‘Field of Dreams’

Location- House, Leeson Street

Description- Dublin Are You Ready for another Amazing PaINTCLUB at House Dublin?! Have a fun night out socializing with friends, have a glass of wine or a cocktail (or two!), create and take home a masterpiece at PaINTCLUB. No Experience Necessary, we promise!

At PaINTCLUB we have thought of everything, we provide all materials, canvas, paint, brushes, even the aprons, you just need to come along and join 20+ other like-minded, adventurous people in the Nox Hotel, Galway.

if you haven’t picked up a paintbrush since school or ever, there’ll be step by step instruction from a master artist to bring you from a blank canvas to a finished masterpiece.PaINTCLUB is a monthly event where every event there is a different painting to create! On March 14th PaINTCLUB will be recreating this beautiful and easy ‘Field of Dreams’ painting. 

Cost- €35

Time- 19.30-22.00

Event- SING Together (Pop-Up Choir)

Location- Camden Recording Studios

Description- “Sing Together” – an informal group singing event that is a great opportunity for anyone to enjoy the feel good factor of singing! Everyone welcome, No previous singing experience necessary, No weekly commitment, Sing great music as part of a group.

Cost- €20

Time- 19.00-21.00


Event- Where We Live – The High Hopes Community Choir (more dates)

Location- The Complex, 15 Little Green Street (just off Capel Street)

Description- Building on the success of their choral performances since 2014, the members now embark on a new journey with The Complex and its artists to present an evening of music, theatre, spoken word, visual art and poetry.

Cost- €10

Time- 20.00

Event- Vegan Talks: Raw Food

Location- Filmbase, Curved Street, Temple Bar

Description- Raw food diets have grown in popularity in recent years alongside the plant-based & vegan movement. There are numerous health benefits of the diet, and thousands of examples which can be found online of individuals curing long-term chronic and even fatal health conditions on the diet. We will discuss the 4 main versions of the diet – gourmet raw, HCLF (high carbohydrate low-fat), fruitarianism, and RawTil4. Raw food is considered “extreme” even among plant-based eaters, and Greg will share his knowledge of 2+ years on raw food. He will discuss health benefits, nutrients, calories, planning, dealing with the stigma around the diet, and answer any questions that you may have.

The aim of the talk is not to convert you to a raw foodist, or convince you to move away from cooked food. It is only designed to educate you on the health benefits of the diet and may encourage you to incorporate more raw foods into you existing eating habits.

Cost- Free

Time- 18.45-21.00


Children’s Event- Early Years Workshops: My Town (more dates)

Location- The Ark, 11a Eustace St, Temple Bar

Description- Our youngest participants can also get involved with Me & The City with these gentle, creative workshops for Ages 2-4.

Visual artist Jane Groves invites you to investigate a sense of place in this hands-on experience for the very young and their grown-ups. The session is structured to inspire young imaginations through stories and the playful building of a dream city. There will be places to plant flowers, build towers and the chance to paint the town red, green and purple!

Cost- €11.50/€8.50 per child. 20% off for Members.

Time- 10.00-10.45


Event- Paddy’s Father Ted Special (for more events happening over the Paddy’s Day weekend, check my full post here)

Location- The Laughter Lounge, Eden Quay

Description- Back due to popular demand are 4 of our most popular Irish Comedians for St Patrick’s Weekend. Ah go on go on, join the comedians from Father Ted…Joe Rooney (Father Damo) and Patrick McDonnell (Eoin McLove)who will give you a great night out which will include a ‘Lovely Girls Competition’ and other Father Ted madness! Hosting the night, Steve Cummins will have you in the palm of his hand.. don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Cost- €26

Time- 19.00-23.45

Event- Monsieur Pompier’s Travelling Freakshow + Special Guests

Location- Anseo, Camden Street

Description- Monsieur Pompier’s Travelling Freakshow is a troupe like no other -. part music, part storytelling and part madcap theatre. Each of Pompier’s songs tells the tale of one of his band of merry misfits whose members include miracles of science such as Banana Boy and The Hedgehog Swallower.

Monsieur Pompier makes his Dublin debut on the eve of St Patrick’s day upstairs in Anseo on Friday March 16th at 9pm, admission is free with donations welcome. Expect whirling waltzes and synthesized chaos.

Cost- Free

Time- 21.00-01.00


Event- Hunting Stolen Books (more dates)

Location- Marsh’s Library, St. Patrick’s Close

Description- This is an exhibition about some of the 1,185 books stolen from Marsh’s Library in the centuries since it first opened in 1707.  It is based on surviving, hand-written stock-checks taken between 1766 to 1840.

If ‘Hunting Stolen Books’ were to focus on lost items, the display cases would be empty. Instead, we celebrate the small number of books which were found and returned, and those which were replaced by purchase.
Taken together, these books give a sense of what people stole to read, or to sell on the second-hand market.

Cost- €3, Free entry to children under the age of 16

Time- 09.30

Event- Dublin Bay Prawn Festival (more dates)

Location- Howth, Dublin

Description- Glorious Seafood treats await visitors to the 2018 Dublin Bay Prawn Festival

The countdown to Howth’s annual Dublin Bay Prawn Festival is well and truly underway! The ultimate celebration of this special prawn will take place in this beautiful fishing village from Friday next 17th March to Sunday 19thMarch.

Celebrating the famous Dublin Bay Prawn Howth’s finest restaurants, bars and cafés will host a variety of amazing food experiences at the Harbour Festival Food Village serving the freshest, most delicious seafood, cooked every way imaginable,  including a selection of special Dublin Bay Prawn dishes.

Cost- 12.00

Time- Free to attend


Children’s Event- Art Trolley 8 – 12 yrs (weekly event)

Location- RUA RED, belgard square, Tallaght

Description- Explore the galleries, be lively, creative and have fun with your imagination on this 6 week term of classes. Art and craft activities will be linked to the exhibitions where possible. All materials provided.

Cost- €30 for a full term and €5 for one (pre-paid) class

Time- 10.30-11.20


Event- Reggae Sundays (weekly event)

Location- Turk’s Head, 27 Parliament Street

Description- Tribes Int. presents the one and only Reggae Afro Caribbean night in Dublin, Ireland. Every Sunday from 10pm to 2:30am at the Turks Head, 27 Parliament Street, Dublin 2, Temple Bar area.

From 10pm to 2:30am. Free in from 10pm to 11pm and 2am to 2:30am 🙂 . Experience the best flow of music by local djs and guest djs in Afrobeats, Reggae Dancehall and Reggae. In one of the best underground venues, the Dive bar.

Cost- Free

Time- 22.00

Event- Kormac and the Irish Chamber Orchestra – Equivalent Exchange

Location- Vicar Street, Dublin 8

Description- A one-off show by leading Irish producer, DJ and composer, Kormac with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Kormac’s Big Band and an array of guests featuring over 30 musicians and artists including ArtSoul singer songwriter Loah and famed composer and conductor Eimear Noone performing a brand new collection of songs.

Featuring: Kormac‘s Big Band, The Irish Chamber OrchestraLoahEimear Noone, Conductor and ComposerMASER ART and many more

Cost- Starting at €24.90

Time- Doors 19.00, starts at 20.00

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  • Eric Valdez says:

    Dear Sarah,

    How are you?I read your blog for the events that you posted.It is good to be updated!I did not see your account in Instagram now.Are you in twItter now?Hope someday we could meet up!


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