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Mike Skinner takes to The Liberties: Other Voices Home at Guinness Storehouse Review

Mike Skinner takes to The Liberties: Other Voices Home at Guinness Storehouse Review

Stood in a queue outside the Guinness Storehouse, in the heart of The Liberties, on a cold November night isn’t how I’d usually spend a Tuesday. However, there are times…

Candlelight Concerts at St. Patrick’s Cathedral 

Candlelight Concerts at St. Patrick’s Cathedral 

The Music of Adele Candlelight by J’Adele, organised by Kinda Dusty, recently sold out St Patrick’s Cathedral.  With over 700 people attending the venue on October 27, the performance allowed…

Phibsboro Flea Market becomes a regular day out for D7 locals

Phibsboro Flea Market becomes a regular day out for D7 locals

Bohemia Flea Market was back in Phibsboro recently showcasing over 100 stalls of unique and vintage miscellaneous items and clothing. From 11am to 5pm on October 8, hundreds of locals…

Electronic duo Overmono headline Vicar Street – Review

Electronic duo Overmono headline Vicar Street – Review

Electronic duo Overmono made their first Vicar Street appearance earlier this month, and we hope it won’t be the last.  The British duo headlined the iconic Vicar Street on Friday,…

Vibrant vibes and a clear mind: A night at Club Loosen’s ‘Sober Rave’ at The Complex

Vibrant vibes and a clear mind: A night at Club Loosen’s ‘Sober Rave’ at The Complex

In Dublin, where partying and alcohol often go hand in hand, there’s a refreshing alternative on the rise. Club Loosen, a high-energy sober rave/party founded by Paul Walsh, is breaking…

A glimpse into the creative universe: A review of the Dublin Comic Arts Festival

A glimpse into the creative universe: A review of the Dublin Comic Arts Festival

The Dublin Comic Arts Festival (DCAF), as described by event organiser and artist Sean O’Reilly, is a “great place to meet loads of people that have similar interests. Who doesn’t…

Dublin Fringe Festival’s Clash at the Quays review

Dublin Fringe Festival’s Clash at the Quays review

The Dublin Fringe Festival (DFF) is a fantastic opportunity for the creative minds in Ireland to display their prowess and ingenuity through various multidisciplinary exhibitions, performances, workshops and more. One…

Smithfield’s chimney with a view 

Smithfield’s chimney with a view 

From a whiskey distillery chimney to one of Dublin’s beloved attractions, the Smithfield Chimney Tower located at Smithfield Square offers a 360-degree panoramic view and a new angle on the…

TU Dublin hosts charity football match

TU Dublin hosts charity football match

TU Dublin hosted a charity football match for Women’s Aid at the TU Dublin Grangegorman sports facility, with sponsorship from Black and Irish among others. On March 28th, Capalotragz, a…

Barbers – Grangegorman’s dog and student friendly gem

Barbers – Grangegorman’s dog and student friendly gem

“Dogs are welcome, humans are tolerated” A witty phrase plastered behind the old oak bar captures the vibe at the Barbers bar.  The Barbers opened its doors under this name…

The Santanas and V-Sensei mosh up the Workman’s Club

The Santanas and V-Sensei mosh up the Workman’s Club

Co-headliners the Santanas, brothers from Balbriggan, and Victor Makinde, stage name V-Sensei, climaxed a big night of music at the Workman’s in late Feburary. They topped a bill that included…

Tales from the Holywell: Damien Dempsey’s newest venture opens In the Abbey

Tales from the Holywell: Damien Dempsey’s newest venture opens In the Abbey

Damien Dempsey is no stranger to the stage, having performed all over the world throughout his career of more than 20 years, but his newest venture introduces a side to…

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