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Top 3 events for 9th of September 

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Monday, 9th of September continues the trend of the past few weeks as students from all over the country resume school. The traffic has worsened, buses are fuller, summer is coming to an end and the col is catching up with everyone. 

Despite these challenges, there are still many fun and relaxing events for you to catch up on today and Babylon Radio has them listed for you. 

Black Monday @ Flannerys 

Flannery’s is back with Black Monday for the club going peeps. These are still early days for resuming students and this is a perfect way of getting to meet people from other nations.

Some of the best bits of tonight are; €2.50 for drinks & a chance to enjoy yourself in a beer garden. 

When: From Monday 9th of September 10:00 PM – to Tuesday 10th of September 3:00 AM

Where: Flannery’s Bar, 6 Camden Street Lower, Dublin 2

How much: Free entry 

Welcome back to college parties

As stated earlier, students are resuming college and this is the best time to have fun before proper school resumes. Nightlife Ireland is organizing the party for tonight at Opiums in Dublin. 

When: From Monday 9th of September 10:00 PM – to Tuesday 10th of September 3:00 AM

Where: Opium, 26 Wexford street, Dublin 2

How much: Get your tickets on the Vipsy App and drinks at €2

Free Life and Executive Coaching exercise 

Enjoy this free coaching course by Kingstown COllege to discover how to become an accredited coach in life. With this course you can enhance your career progression to become an HR executive,  a line manager, supervisor, business consultant and a counsellor. 

When: 6pm on 9th of September 

Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin, Ireland

How much: Free

 

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Ayomide Akinshilo

Ayomide is a journalist and editor with a passion for sports, video games and African culture. He has degrees in Mass Communication, Journalism and Media Communication.


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