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Flea market pub crawl ‘Samhain Party’ this October in The Liberties

<strong>Flea market pub crawl ‘Samhain Party’ this October in The Liberties</strong>

The Libertine Market’s monthly market-pub crawl is back on Sunday, October 1, with its Halloween themed ‘Samhain Party’ – spread across several iconic pubs in Dublin 8. Dubbed as a…

Imelda May to make her theatre debut

Imelda May to make her theatre debut

Liberties native and renowned singer Imelda May will make her theatre debut this August in the lead role of ‘Mother of All the Behans’, the story of Brendan Behan’s inspirational…

Culture Date with Dublin 8 to return this May

Culture Date with Dublin 8 to return this May

The cultural initiative ‘Culture Date with Dublin 8’ is set to return this May – the festival’s fifth time running since it was set up in 2017. This year’s festival…

‘Less grey, more play’ – 2023 competition to paint electricity boxes is open

‘Less grey, more play’ – 2023 competition to paint electricity boxes is open

Despite Dublin usually looking grey and rainy, you may find a pop of colour along the streets, from the corner of your eye – because of Dublin’s electricity boxes.  Dublin…

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…

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

A look at the upcoming summer concerts in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8

Summer is just around the corner, and for music lovers in Dublin 7 and Dublin 8, there is no shortage of concerts to look forward to. From intimate gigs with…

Keep Dublin Litter Free: Dublin Community Clean-up 2023

Keep Dublin Litter Free: Dublin Community Clean-up 2023

This month marks the 22nd National Spring Clean Month in Ireland. Dublin City Council has used this month to host this year’s Dublin Community Clean-Up, which took place on ‘Earth…

Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s annual Pride Party is taking over Vicar Street this June

<strong>Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s annual Pride Party is taking over Vicar Street this June</strong>

Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s Pride festivities are back – taking over Vicar Street with their annual Pride Party, this June. Victoria and Davina’s Pride Party is one of Dublin’s…

Forbidden Fruit announces tempting 2023 line-up

Forbidden Fruit announces tempting 2023 line-up

The initial line up for Dublin’s longest running music festival, Forbidden Fruit, has been announced. This year’s Forbidden Fruit marks the 11th anniversary of the much loved festival, which takes…

Me Auld Flower: food and drinks festival to open next month in historic Smithfield marketplace

Me Auld Flower: food and drinks festival to open next month in historic Smithfield marketplace

A new Irish food and drink festival is coming to Dublin 7 next month and will take place in a historic building that’s been closed since pre-pandemic times – and…

DIFF 2023 is reimagined with ‘community’ at the heart of the festival

DIFF 2023 is reimagined with ‘community’ at the heart of the festival

Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) returned on Thursday with a reimagined look as festival director Gráinne Humphreys focuses on the importance of community at this year’s festival. “DIFF has been…

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…