Ireland Events

Table Tennis Tue Night

A fun, sporty way to spend a mid-week evening! Make new friends and as you flex your competitive muscles. Free. Temple bar area.

The Radiant City/ The Passenger

2 – 19 Feb. The Library Project on Temple Bar Street. Free. Photos from Aisling McCoy and Ailbhe Ni Bhriain.

NI Science Festival 2017

16 Feb – 26 Feb. Innovation Centre. Wide range of events focusing on the wonders of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Prices vary.

The Night Joe Dolans Car Broke Down

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.

Royal Ballet: Woolf Works

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.

Design and Violence

Explore the manifestations of violence in contemporary society. A co-production with MoMA New York. 14 Oct – 22 Jan 2017. At Trinity College

Low in the Dark

Men knitting. Women giving birth to pink and yellow babies. Written byMarina Carr. 3 Aug – 6 Aug. At The Mart.

Tender Napalm

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.

2016 Certificate of Excellence

Finn McCools Tours has been selected for the 2016 Certificate of Excellence, reflecting the consistently great reviews we have earned on TripAdvisor.

Bealtaine Festival

Bealtaine festival lets our first-time and professional older artists shows their creativity and talents to the public. Nationwide. Whole May.

Twilight Market at St George’s

Two-night Twilight Market at the St. George’s Market. 24th and 25th May. Local pop up restaurant, food producers, DJs and live music.

International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

Celebrating works by, theme related to, performed by gay people. Many different events at various locations. Check their site for details.

Graeme of Thrones

Graeme of Thrones is the Game of Thrones parody that is charming, funny and scrappy. Olympia Theatre, 29th April. €29 per ticket.

Dublin: One City, One Book

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.

Annie: 12 Apr – 16 Apr

Take your kids to Annie, a family-friendly musical, for a fun night out! Story about a girl in an orphanage who is trying to find her real parents.