Ever wanted to hear your favourite tune on a physically impossible instrument?
Come and be inspired! 9th June – Sunday 24th September 2017
One of Ireland’s oldest festivals. The festival is all about dance, film, comedy, music and literature.
Saturday 15th July – Saturday 22nd July 2017
See how the Smart Dublin team is working and experience how Dublin’s working on becoming a living lab for smart city tech. On the 12th of July 2017 for free.
Different routes for beginners and experienced riders. 24th September 2017. Start at Smithfield, Dublin
World class equestrian entertainment, show jumping competitions, a Kid’s Zone and other things. 9th-13th August. RDS Main Arena, Ballsbridge, Ireland.
Come and enjoy vegan food, Super Foods, live music and more! 23rd-24th September 2017. Griffith College, South Circular Road
473 Falls Road, 3 – 13 Aug. On Irlands biggest art festival you’ll be entertained with music, films, sports and much more
Queen’s Road, 16-18Jun. A weekend of maritime-themed family fun, food, tours,interactive activities for everyone and ships to climb aboard.
Ormeau Park Belfast, 13-30 Jun. Popular music festival with famous,international headline acts. Around £30.
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, 25 Jul ’16-Jan ’18. Display of the Irish Dance from 1800 up to today through outfits,films and more, £5.50-29
18.Jun, 60 Desertmartin Road. It’s an open-park day with a lot of out- and indoor activities for old and young. £3-15
1st -30 Jun, 21 Ormeau Avenue. There’ll be exhibitions, workshops, screenings,reviews and also tours.
Crescent Arts Ctr, 7-17 Jun. Celebrating the world of books with well known authors, comedians and lots of music, poetry and workshops. £8-16
The Helix, 18-Jul-23-Jul. Seen by more than 70 million people around the globe yet still breaking box-office records everywhere. 8pm. €25
Gate Theatre, 6-Jul-16-Sep. A great Theatre-show about the unforgettable Jay Gatsby. Let yourself be inspired. Time: 7.30 pm. Price: €28-€42
Herbert Park,17-Aug-20-Aug. Ireland’s 1st ever international BBQ festival, celebrating the art of cooking with smoke & fire. Price: €15-€29
Swords, 11Aug-13Aug 2017 Filmmakers showcasing their work as experienced industry professionals.
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, 6-Jul-8-Jul. Leading Arts and Sci-Tech festival in Europe. Time: 9.00 am. Price:€95–€395
18-Jun-24-Jun. Free. 5 days in Dublin. Celebrating LGBTQ diversity in the city
A fun, sporty way to spend a mid-week evening! Make new friends and as you flex your competitive muscles. Free. Temple bar area.
2 – 19 Feb. The Library Project on Temple Bar Street. Free. Photos from Aisling McCoy and Ailbhe Ni Bhriain.
16 Feb – 26 Feb. Innovation Centre. Wide range of events focusing on the wonders of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Prices vary.
13Feb – 18 Feb. €27. Olympia Theatre. Stormy St. Stephen’s night, people gather to celebrate Horse Munley’s 60th birthday party. As the storm worsens, things happen.
8 Feb. €18. Light house cinema. Virginia Woolf’s work is the inspiration for multi-award-winning choreographer Wayne McGregor’s triptych for The Royal Ballet.
Explore the manifestations of violence in contemporary society. A co-production with MoMA New York. 14 Oct – 22 Jan 2017. At Trinity College
Men knitting. Women giving birth to pink and yellow babies. Written byMarina Carr. 3 Aug – 6 Aug. At The Mart.
Destruction and recreation of a couple in an explosive and intimate relationship. June and July. Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre.
A witty comedy by Gary Mitchell. Ex-paramilitaries force the 5-a-side football team to steal competition money. 4 – 30 Jun. Lyric Theatre Belfast.
Finn McCools Tours has been selected for the 2016 Certificate of Excellence, reflecting the consistently great reviews we have earned on TripAdvisor.
Bealtaine festival lets our first-time and professional older artists shows their creativity and talents to the public. Nationwide. Whole May.
Two-night Twilight Market at the St. George’s Market. 24th and 25th May. Local pop up restaurant, food producers, DJs and live music.
Celebrating works by, theme related to, performed by gay people. Many different events at various locations. Check their site for details.
Graeme of Thrones is the Game of Thrones parody that is charming, funny and scrappy. Olympia Theatre, 29th April. €29 per ticket.
Fallen by Lia Mills is a story of a young lady about the struggle for gender equality when the First World War and the Ireland’s Rebellion happened.