Top 3 events for April 18th

Have you thought on how you are going to have fun today to start your long weekend? Dublin is filled with great events and party’s today and the weekend and we have selected the top 3 events for today. Check it out.


Experience an interesting, fun afternoon of discussion about how creativity, science and the brain can work together through an arts and social spectrum as we age. Artists and scientists will give informative talks and participate in an open discussion with the audience. This will be followed by an interactive music workshop to spark your creativity.

When: 2:00pm – 17:00pm

Where: Paccar Theatre 

How much: FREE – please register

MOB Theatre Dublin presents their Alternative Comedy Club night 

THE HAROLD. MOB Theatre Dublin’s Spectacular house teams present “The Harold,” an entirely improvised show based on a single audience suggestion.

THE INSTAGRAM SHOW. The improvised comedy show based on your Instagram Feed featuring Tony Cantwell (Facebook, Cat Laugh’s, Vodafone Comedy Festival), Erin Mcgathy (HarmonQuest, Community, This Feels Terrible) Ronan Carey, Heber Hanley and Hannah Mamalis (Dreamgun Film Reads) and more.

When: 7:30pm


How much: FREE


Experience live interactive story-telling and explore the dark side of Irish folklore. Stories from the dark side of Ireland.

Take a journey into the dark pool of Irish myths and legends. At night our storytellers are free to tell you all about things not suitable for younger ears. If you like it dark & bitter this is the time, the place for you.

When : 7:30pm and 8:30pm

Where: National Museum Leprechaun of Ireland 

How much: €16 – Adults Only

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Rodrigo Valadares
I am Rodrigo from Brazil. I have worked as a journalist there since 1999, always as a text editor and content on TV. I am 43 years old and now I am living in Dublin. I have discovered how fascinating it is to know and live others cultures since I arrived here.

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