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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– Four Funerals & A Wedding

Location- Smock Alley Theatre

Description- Co-Orch proudly announces another evening of eclectic and vibrant classical music. To date, Co-Orch has raised over €110,000 for local charities performing vital work in their communities As always, Co-Orch will take on daring and rarely performed classical works. Amongst many aural delights come Shostakovic’s rich and wonderful Chamber symphony and a remastering of the ever beautiful overture to Mozart’s marriage of Figaro.

Cost- €5 students, €20 standard

Time- 20.00

Children’s event– Mumba Dance Castleknock Community Centre 6Wks

Location- Castleknock Community Centre, Dublin 15

Description- Dance, Bond and have fun with your little one. Loose te weight without even knowing it. If your little one loves the Rhythm then come along and waltz, rumba, cha cha or even Bollywood with your little one. (0-3yrs). No Mats, No Shoes, No Toys, No Fuss…. Just bring yourself and don’t forget the baby!

No Dance Experience required. Rock and Sway with your little one TODAY. Be ready to feel young again.

Cost- €60

Time- 10.30


Event– Plant Power

Location- The National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin

Description- ‘Plant Power’ at The National Botanic Gardens of Ireland in Glasnevin is new to the Festival of Farming and Food – SFI Science Week at Teagasc this year. The OPW and the Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture are organising an interesting series of events for both school children and the general public. The Teagasc event theme is ‘the importance of plant breeding in sustainable food production’. Local food producers will showcase locally-grown sustainably-produced food.

There will be interactive lab sessions looking at how biological control agents can be used to control plant pests in an environmentally-friendly way. Visitors will learn how salads can be produced out of season using trolley plant propagators. Visitors will also have a unique opportunity to visit the National Herbarium, which is not usually open to the general public, with its valuable collection of preserved plant specimens from around the world.

Cost- Free

Time- 12.30-16.30

Children’s event– Tiny Tots Tuesday: Singaling

Location- EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

Description- At EPIC we celebrate the Irish tradition of Music and Dance, highlighting the best and the brightest from our culture. Follow in the teeny, tiny footsteps of these incredible people: amazing talent often shows at a very, very young age!

In our November Tiny Tots Tuesday the wonderful Singaling team will be joining us! We’ll be exploring music and play in this adorable workshop, so bring your little one along for a morning of fun, song and dance. We’re looking forward to hearing some tiny tunes!

There will be free tea and coffee provided by Bakehouse CHQ, as well as some lovely treats and a chance to sit back, relax and have the chats.

Cost- €12

Time- 10.30-12.00


Event– Dublin Gospel Choir Concert

Location- Christ Church, Rathgar, Dublin 6

Description- The Dublin Gospel Choir Concert in Christ Church, Rathgar village will perform again raising funds for The Friends of St Luke’s Cancer Care

Cost- €25

Time- 19.30-21.30

Children’s eventTeen event-Something Inside So Strong – Building Resilience, Inner Strength

Location- RDS, Ballsbridge

Description- Generation Z content (Education/Well-being/Entertainment) with weekly Zed Series talks. Hosts of annual Zeminar bringing 15 to 20 year olds to a 3 day interactive event with workshops and guest speakers. This will be a talk as part of the A life changing event for Generation X

Cost- Adults €20, teens €10

Time- 09.30-12.30


Event– Carousel

Location- National Concert Hall

Description- The Rathmines and Rathgar Musical Society presents Rogers & Hammerstein’s Carousel at the National Concert Hall from 13th-17th of November.

The poignant story of the faithful Julie and her brutish husband Billy is one of the most powerful books of musical theatre and perfectly matches it’s extraordinary score including “If I Loved You”, “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone”. This is definitely not a night to be missed!

Cost- €25-35

Time- 19.30

Children’s event– Group Guitar Classes 

Location- Blackrock Library, Blackrock

Description- Have you ever wanted to play the guitar? Now is your chance!
Why not join us for our group guitar lessons at Blackrock Library with Music Generation dlr?

It’s a free course for the whole month of November and Music Generation dlr will be providing the instruments, all you need to do is bring along yourself and your favourite song! Guitars will remain in the library for the month so that the budding musicians can come in to practice in between sessions.

There are two slots available:
Age: 10-12 yrs @ 6.30-7.10pm
Age: 13-16 yrs @ 7.20-8.00pm

Spaces are limited so booking is required and participants must be available to attend all four dates on the course.

Contact the library to book your spot: / 01-2888117

Cost- Free

Time- 18.30


EventPeroni Nastro Azzuro’s Apertivo Hour

Location- House Dublin and The Bailey, Duke Street

Description- Peroni is bringing the famous Italian pre-dinner drink occasion, ‘Aperitivo Hour’ to the city where you can enjoy a delicious complimentary Italian cincchetti alongside a Peroni Nastro Azzuro or, Peroni infusion between 6-8pm the above locations.

Cost- Complamentry cicchetti with the price of your drink

Time- 18.00-20.00

Children’s event– Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald

Location- Hodges Figgis, Dawson Street

Description- We will be celebrating the next instalment in the Fantastic Beasts series with a day of activities and fun!!We will have Fantastic Beasts story-time, a Beastly Treasure Hunt and we will have giant Beasts that will need decorating which will then be used to decorate our Children’s area. (Smaller Beasts for those who can’t tackle that!)

Cost- Free

Time- 10.30-17.00


Event– Yoga at the Gallery

Location- National Gallery Of Ireland, Merrion Square

Description- We’re delighted to be continuing our series of Yoga in the Gallery classes!

Join yoga instructor and National Gallery of Ireland guide Mary Dowling for an hour of relaxation, mindfulness, and art history in our Grand Gallery. The class will be suitable for all levels!

NB: Please bring your own mat!

Please not that liquids are not permitted inside the galleries, so please arrive hydrated!

Cost- €10

Time- 10.30

Children’s event– Junior Movie Club: Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs

Location- Tallaght Library

Description- Join a mad scientist for mayhem in our Science Week movie. Children must be accompanied by an adult. All welcome.

Cost- Free

Time- 13.30


Event– Heartland: Words and Music from the Soul’s High Lonesome Valley

Location- Smock Alley Theatre

Description- With Patrick McCabe. Accompanied by Larry Beau, Liz Deery, Paddy Goodwin, and Ian Lynch of Lankum

The Heartland country of the soul is dark and yet, simultaneously is magnesium-bright. Where you can hear the wild voices of the crowd at a cockfight melding into an eerie music, as above it comes the shrill of the cocks crowing at a false dawn.

In this show by Patrick McCabe, with his complement of guest musicians including Larry Beau, Liz Deery, Paddy Goodwin, and Ian Lynch of Lankum, the spirit of this nether-world which defies time and exists in several different dimensions at once, is omnipresent – as are the ghosts of Patrick Kavanagh, Joyce and Daffy Duck. So why not come along, immerse yourself in their world and enjoy this magical Sunday afternoon show?

Cost- €7/€5 concession

Time- 14.30-15.30

Children’s event– Kids Event: Go Wild About Nature!

Location- National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin

Description- Suitable for ages 7-12
Open your eyes to the natural world with this special interactive nature-themed event from Juanita Browne, author of The Great Big Book of Irish Wildlife (The O’Brien Press). Juanita will explore Irish nature through the seasons – from what’s in your back garden to our mountains, rivers, forests, and seas. Learn about Irish birds, mammals, plants, insects, and amphibians. From fascinating facts to weird and wonderful natural phenomena this fun event is not to be missed. Organised with Dublin Book Festival
Entry is free. Please book at

Cost- Free

Time- 10.30-12.30



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