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Top 3 events tonight

By admin / August 23, 2017

Top 3 events tonight Los Paradiso play Leeson Lounge Leeson Lounge Wed 23 August 2017 at 9.00pm If you need a shake right in the middle of the week, tonight’s event could suit you perfectly! The only thing you have to do is join the Los Paradiso band at the Leeson Lounge and lose yourself […]

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Top 3 events Tuesday

By Laura Seguro / March 6, 2017

1. The Amazons’ at Whelan’s Still in their early twenties, Thomson and guitarist Chris Alderton have been friends since childhood, and the band is completed by Elliott Briggs (bass) and Joe Emmett (drums). They hit upon their current sound after being inspired by a Foals gig at Alexandra Palace in 2014 which shifted their perception […]

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Dirty Dancing Party

By admin / March 1, 2017

In 1987 the world went crazy with catchy rhythms and at the same time soft, romantic tones of music. Probably everybody wanted to immerse  themselves into seductive world of the Dirty Dancing movie. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey filled cinemas with the main characters, Johnny Castle and Frances “Baby” Houseman. The plot is set up […]

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Halloween Events @ The Liquor Rooms

By Lorna / October 25, 2016

More Halloween events! Today’s events are a lot more adult friendly. The Poetry Brothel will be offering a spooky, sensual night at the Liquor Rooms. On the 30th of October at 8:30 you are invited to attend the spectacle. There will be burlesque dancers, body painters, private poetry readings, magicians and tarot card readers. Really […]

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The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival

By Lorna / October 25, 2016

This week Guinness is hosting the 38th Cork Jazz festival. From the 28th-31st of October, Cork is the only place to be for jazz fanatics, or those that enjoy a feel-good swing. There is literally so much going on, so no matter what your availability or budget, you’ll find something to suit! Over the four […]

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Events this Halloween – Gothic 1920’s Night

By Lorna / October 20, 2016

Find yourself at the Irish Museum of Modern Art at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham on the 29th for a night of glamour, curiosities and a flashback to the 1920s, all with a gothic undertone. Prohibition: the Beautiful and the Damned is a decadent, dark night for dancing, dating and drinking all in 1920’s style. Fancy […]

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Irish Dancing is still a maintained tradition

By Sabina Šrámková / October 14, 2016

Ireland has a long history and still keeps many traditions and habits. One of them is traditional Irish dance. Lots of Irish inhabitants are part of some dance school, association or group. They practice this Irish dance and enjoy the communities. If you are an expat you will probably come into contact with this dance […]

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The Outing at Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival

By Lorna / October 3, 2016

The Lisdoonvarna matchmaking festival is a long running tradition in Co. Clare. Originating in 1859, this festival was the one stop shop to find a lovely lass or a fine farmer if you were single. The tradition began with the the Spa Hotel. Lisdoonvarna became known for its health benefits due to the highly mineralised […]

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Matt Szczerek: “I love what I do”

By Sabina Šrámková / September 29, 2016

Dancer, teacher and choreographer Mateusz Szczerek, called Matt was born in Poland. He came to Dublin 8 years ago just to change environment for a year or two. But the vibe of Ireland, as well as the creativity and mentality of the Irish people appealed to him so much that he decided to stay. “I […]

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IN PLACE: From empty spaces to artistic pieces

By Sabina Šrámková / September 27, 2016

When somebody conscious and observant starts to become interested in something it can lead to a great thing. IN PLACE arose exactly that way. Young Irish woman Nichol Gray started to created a new project in January 2016. She was weary of “seeing how many vacant sites are going to absolute waste in The City […]

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