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Top 3 Events for April the 1st

By Juliane Girl / April 1, 2019

Exhibition of Children Uprooted In collaboration with UNICEF, university students across Ireland, have put together this exhibition to provide a snapshot of the lives of 20 young people forced to flee their homes. The aim is to facilitate a wider conversation on campuses around Ireland about the rights of children and young people and the […]

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Top 5 Events for the Weekend

By Juliane Girl / March 29, 2019

Dublin Speed-friending Festival Come to the Dublin Speed-friending Festival #7 in Dublin city center. New to Dublin? Or do you just want to meet some new faces in a friendly place? This meetup is for you. Here you can meet loads of new people of all ages from different countries and get free tea, coffee, […]

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Top 3 Events for March 29th

By Juliane Girl / March 29, 2019

Woweembeem: Cooks But We’re Chefs, Farah Elle, Jackie Beverly, Elikya After last month’s party at the more intimate venue, Bello bar, they’re doing it all again, across 2 days, with even more artists & DJs! Like a mini-festival. As always the focus remains the same; bringing people together to experience /enjoy/respect each other’s vibe and […]

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Top 3 Events for March 28th

By Juliane Girl / March 28, 2019

The Artful Roger Returns More than two years have passed since Roger Berkeley launched his first single, Every Time, with more than 178,000 YouTube hits from 80 different countries. After a two year break, The Artful Roger returns to the scene with a brand-new single, Because I Can. The Artful Roger Returns will be a […]

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Top 3 Events for March 27th

By Juliane Girl / March 27, 2019

SVP Sustainable Fashion Show DIT SVP Society & Arab Society present to you an alternative fashion experience, breaking your old conceptions of what a fashion show can be. TU Dublin’s charity SUSTAINABLE FASHION SHOW is all about diversity, inclusivity, and celebration of difference while showcasing to students that you can look cutting-edge wearing second-hand charity […]

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Top 3 Events for March 26th

By Juliane Girl / March 26, 2019

Time to Act Against Racism Following European Anti Racism week Third Space invites you to join them to discuss ways of tackling the discrimination and prejudice that people from ethnic and religious minorities experience in Ireland in the everyday world around us. How can we support each other, find allies, and act effectively as bystanders? […]

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Top 3 Events for March 25th

By Juliane Girl / March 25, 2019

Trinity Orchestra Hilary Term Concert 2019 In celebration of Trinity Orchestra’s 30th year, the orchestra is playing their second classical concert of the academic year, the Hilary Term Concert! Trinity Orchestra is comprised of Trinity College Dublin’s most talented musicians with members coming from every corner of Trinity, brought together by their love for music. […]

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Top 3 Events for March 22nd

By Juliane Girl / March 22, 2019

Chat Bot, Art Bot, Book Bot – AI in Arts and Education Artificial Intelligence affects all societies around the globe. From March 21-23 2019 the Goethe-Institut Irland will facilitate talks and discussions about the developments, chances and challenges facing us in how AI-technologies affect the activities of cultural organizations in arts and education and you […]

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Top 3 Events for March 21st

By Juliane Girl / March 21, 2019

Thursday Lates at the National Gallery: OUTing the Past Start your weekend early and join in for Thursday Lates! Drop in to the National Gallery of Ireland to celebrate OUTing the Past: The Festival of LGBT History at this month’s #NGILates. Participate in a life drawing workshop with Drag and Draw or take a trip […]

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Top 3 Events for March 20th

By Juliane Girl / March 20, 2019

The Santa Rita Concerts: Landless Landless are Lily Power, Meabh Meir, Ruth Clinton, and Sinead Lynch. Formed in 2013 and based in Dublin and Belfast, they sing unaccompanied traditional songs in four-part harmony and are part of a hugely exciting new wave of young Irish folk musicians. Their highly-anticipated debut album Bleaching Bones was released […]

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