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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:


EventGame of Thrones Launch Party

Location- Buskers On The Ball, 13 – 17 Fleet Street

Description- Winter is coming to Buskers on the Ball!

Buskers on the Ball is hosting a Launch Party for season 8 of Game of Thrones on the 15th April at 8pm!

On the night we will have:

Game of Throne themed Cocktails

Fancy Dress (best one wins a prize)

Tickets are free – they allow entrance. Please note late arrivals may not be accommodated.

Cost- Free entry

Time- 20.00-23.30

Children’s eventActive Storytime: We’re going on a Bearhunt!

Location- Ballyroan Library, Orchardstown Avenue

Description- A very active storytelling session with Michelle from South Dublin Sports Partnership, based on We’re Going on Bear Hunt. Listen to the story, learn the actions, perform the story and take part in an obstacle course!

Cost- Free

Time- 11.00-12.00


EventEssential Classics with zee Zee

Location- National Concert Hall

Description- Zee Zee will play Grieg’s Piano Concerto. “bright, expressive and moving to an extreme” Belgischer Rundfunk

Cost- €10.50-39.50

Time- 20.00-22.00

Children’s eventOne Day Kids Camp Easter 2019

Location- DSPCA, Mount Venus Road, Rathfarnham

Description- The DSPCA are running 3 one day Kids Camp for kids aged between 6-11 years olds on Tuesday 16th April, Wedensday 17th April and Thursday 18th April 2019 from 9.30am – 4.00pm. There are limited places available for this fun filled day. It will cost €40 per child.( please email for 10% discount on multiple bookings)

Learn to look after cats, dogs, goats, ducks, horses, exotic pets, and lots more weird and wonderful animals and learn lots of spring/summer facts.

Children are asked to bring Wellington boots, rain gear and warm outdoor clothing. Bring a decent pack lunch (no nuts as there may be nut allergies); all art supplies will be provided. If they want to bring a few apples and vegetable to feed the animals it would be great too.

Cost- €40

Time- 09.30-16.00


EventShakti Belly Dance- Improvers Level: Dancing with Veil

Location- Dublin Wellness Centre, 28, South William Street, D2

Description- During these 8 weeks, we will further enhance our technique of the basic movements and we will learn more complex movements and combinations. We will also introduce the element veil into our
dance which will help to improve our posture and arm movement.

What to expect?
– Drills and combinations
– Learning turns/spins
– Focus on arm embellishment
– Improve the technique of the basic movements
– Isolations
– Dance with veil- basic movements
– Shimmies, vibrations, and more….

Cost- Full Term 8 weeks: €80

Time- 11.00-13.00

Children’s eventClontarf ‘Music for Babies’ Oboe Trio

Location- St. Anthony’s Hall, St. Anthony’s Parish Church, St. Lawrence Road

Description- Classical music concerts for grandparents, parents and babies in a relaxed, local setting.

Come and enjoy the finest chamber music as your baby feeds, sleeps, plays and absorbs all the benefits of this wonderful music.

Wondering what our concerts are like..? Take a peek here:

Join us for a coffee mingle from 10.30am!

Cost- €13

Time- 11.00-12.00


EventMy Big Fat Gay Pub Quiz

Location- Street 66, 33-34 Parliament Street

Description-Here’s your official warning, queer quizzers – bury those noses in your queer bibles and organise grinds in all things gay, because GCN’s ‘My Big Fat Gay Pub Quiz’ is back again and better than ever.

Taking over Street 66 Dublin on April 18th, our gorgeous guest presenter, the beautiful Bunny O’Hare will grill teams of four on topics including music, movies, pop culture, LGBT+ history and everything queer in an effort to discover who is the brightest group this side of the rainbow.

The winning team will nab themselves weekend passes to the fabulous Body & Soul Festival, who are celebrating 10 years in the business, so you know it’s going to be a special one!

Cost- Table of 4 €40 plus bf

Time- 19.00-22.30

Children’s eventEaster Arts and Crafts for Ages 7+

Location- Seasonal arts and crafts for ages 7+.

Description- Seasonal arts and crafts for ages 7+.

Cost- Free

Time- 15.00-16.00


EventTransvisibility Tea Time

Location- A4 Sounds, St. Joseph’s Parade, off Upper Dorset Street

Description- Dublin trans artists and activists: Do they know things? What do they know?? Lets find out!

Join your host Polluted River with a panel of trans artists as we screen clips from from 1953’s “Glen or Glenda?” to 2017’s “Happy Birthday Marsha” and give you our live hot takes. There’ll be tea, there’ll be audience participation, there’ll be prizes for our most fabulous audience members!

So come on down to A4 Sounds 8pm Friday 19 April and lets get critical!!

This is a BYOB event though non-alcoholic drinks (including tea!) will be available. Panellists will be announced closer to the event.

Cost- €10 on the door, €7 unwaged, no one turned away for lack of funds.

Time- 19.30-23.00

Children’s eventSlime Lab with Catherine McGuinness

Location- EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay

Description- There’s a slime and a place for getting messy and it’s here with us at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum this Easter! Catherine McGuinness will be returning to the museum for a seriously slimy science lab. Themed around Easter, we’ll be making slime in spring colours, such as pink, blue and yellow! Come along, get creative, get a little slimey and learn something new in this fantastically disgusting workshop.

This workshop is recommended for ages 6 – 12. Children must not be left unattended.

Cost- €8

Time- 14.30-15.30


EventBrighton Square Yoga

Location- Brighton Square, Dublin 6

Description- We are delighted to announce the first of our 2019 yoga classes! Starting on Saturday 20th April in the stunning Brighton Square in Rathgar. Class will start at 11am with the wonderful Louise Horgan from LouYoga and is €5 . Thanks so much to the residents of this stunning private square for trailing this. Please walk, cycle or take public transport, as we don’t want to crowd there neighbourhood’s parking spaces on a Saturday morning. Much like how we did in Dartmouth Square.

As many of you are wondering… Why not Dartmouth Square or St Anne’s Park or a public space! This year has brought some changes to our much loved Happening’s Yoga, as of right now we have not been able to secure permission to use DCC’s public parks as we have done in previous years. We are busy trying to see if we can, and to find out how and why this change came about, we will get to the bottom of it and be back with updates on that when we know everything. Stay tuned.

Cost- €5

Time- 11.00-12.00

Children’s event- Egg-cellent Easter Characters: An Easter Craft Workshop

Location- EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, Custom House Quay

Description- Suitable for ages 4 – 8 years old.

Join us for part of our Easter programme at EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum as we explore the Irish legend of the Púca with a series of fun activities. A mischievous shapeshifter, the Púca often appears as a rabbit or hare to teach humans a lesson or two!

In this workshop inspired by Irish storytelling culture and the Easter tradition of displaying colourful eggs around the house, we’ll create our very own Púca and friends egg-themed characters for you to take home.

Event will last for 1 hour and is suitable for children aged 4 – 8 years. Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times during the event.

Cost- €6

Time- 11.00-12.00


EventSoul Sessions

Location- Yoga Kitchen above Two Pupps, Francis Street

Description- Dublins legendary 90’s Party is back at The Odeon for a Bank Holiday Sunday night like no other. We shall be throwing it back to the 90s with all the big tunes everything from Rozalla, and 2 Unlimited, tunes from DJ Quicksilver and Sash and plenty of good old 90s cheese to bring back the memories. Everything from Take That and Back street boys to Macarena and Whigfield.

On the night we have a very special set from Mark McCabe performing Maniac live and DJing his rare 90s classics on the night.

FM104s Nobby from the award winning Strawberry Alarmclock will be your host for the night and we have plenty of confetti, disco balls and 90s party surprises.

Cost- €15

Time- 15.00-16.30

Children’s eventFree Entry – Mega Easter Family Fun Day!

Location- Scientology Community Centre, Firhouse Road, Dublin 24

Description- A day full of fun with games and activities for the whole family to enjoy!

Cost- Free

Time- 13.00-18.00



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