Carols, concerts and other upcoming Dublin events to look out for

The Christmas season starts off strong with a solid lineup of winter themed music events all across Dublin

Little Women was recently adapted by Greta Gerwig in 2019. Source: Draí

As you may know Christmas is around the corner, some might have assignments to do, some are finally finishing up for the winter and some are looking for a few things to do that won’t break the bank.

Hopefully this early December guide will help you find some great events in and around Dublin.

If you’re interested in a little Christmas singing to uplift the spirits Trinity Singers is having a Christmas concert called The Colours of Christmas. This is their first concert back after Covid-19 and they are delighted to make the announcement. 

Ciara Murphy. Source: Ciara Murphy Twitter @Kiwismurfy

The concert is conducted by Ciara Murphy, a final year music student at Trinity College along with education at the TUDublin conservatoire of music.

The concert takes place Thursday the 8th of December at 7pm with tickets only costing €3.64.

The comeback of the Trinty Singers isn’t to be missed. more information can be found by clicking the link here.

‘The comeback of the Trinity Singers isn’t to be missed’

Another small Choir performance took place on Monday 5th, Christmas Carols at TUDublin Grangegorman’s East quad campus. 

The TUDublin Chamber choir performed the festive service under the guidance of conductor of their founder and leading choral director, Bernie Sherlock.

The critically acclaimed choir has won first prizes in the Cork International Choral festival and at Dublin Feis Ceoil.

Bernie Sherlock. Source: Chamber choir Ireland website

The Carol is looking for people to donate hats, scarves, socks and gloves for the Capuchin Day Centre for homeless people.

If you’re not in the mood for Christmas Carols, a stage adaptation of Little Women is taking place in the Draíocht theatre in Blanchardstown on Wednesday 7th at 7:30pm.

The live performance is an adaptation Greta Gerwig’s take on Lousia May Alcott’s classic novel. The story follows four sisters growing up at the end of the American Civil war who struggle to live their own terms, have to face challenges on their own. Tickets cost €7.50. See here for more information.

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