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Top 3 events for 4th June

We know how difficult is to find something different or new to do. Well, today we have chosen three events that you could try and forget about the routine.

Funny Women Awards Heat Dublin

Come and see an exciting array of some of the best emerging female comedy talent in the UK today at Funny Women Awards 2019.

See a host of brand new acts on their way to stardom, hosted by #FWAwards2017 semi-finalist Aoife O’Connor, competing in the Funny Women Awards Heat for a place in the Semi Final. Your opinion counts, as the audience has an opportunity to vote on who goes through. No winner will be announced on the day.

Where: The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2.
When: Doors 8pm – Show 8.30 – 10.30pm.
How much: €10.

More info at:https://www.funnywomenawards.com

The NEXT Level: How to Sell to Modern Buyers

Kevin Neary and Peter Turley will perform another entertaining sales seminar.

The focus this month is on (i) embracing the Millenial Culture for even more success in selling and (ii) how to use Creative Ideas and “think outside the box” to be truly remarkable and consistently win more sales and deliver more profits.

Where: 1 Grand Canal Square, D02 FF61 Docklands, Dublin 2.
When: 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
How much: Free but registration is essential.

Fencing with FenceFit Dublin

Are you curious about sword fighting? Fencing is the second fastest sport in the Olympics (really hard to beat shooting ), join FenceFit to explore this cool sport.

If you are already a sword master, you can join the senior team to practice and meet new fencers.

Adults and children are all welcome, all equipment is provided.

Where: St John Bosco Youth Centre, Davitt Road, Dublin 12.
When: 19:45 – 22:00.
How much:  junior (under 16s): €5, adult: €10.

For more info visit: http://www.fencefit.ie/

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Andreina Gonzalez

I am Andreina from Venezuela, I am a journalist finishing my master's degree in Journalism and Public Relations at Griffith College. I like photography, writing and calligraphy.


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