Top 3 events for May 23rd

The weekend is near and you want to start the fun?  Come with me and find out what’s good in Dublin today. It’s the top 3 events for 23rd May.

In Broad Daylight

The personal and creative universe of Miguel Hernández arrives to Dublin in form of exhibition at Instituto Cervantes. “Miguel Hernández, In Broad Daylight”, curated by Juan José Téllez, closes the events to honour the poet from Alicante in the 75th Anniversary of his death: a global portrait of the writer through a comprehensive visual journey that follows Hernandez’s footprint.  

When: today, 23rd May from 6 to 7.30 pm. Visiting hours: Mon-Thu 10 am -7:30 pm, Fri 10am – 2pm, Sat 10 am – 1pm

How much: free

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Comedy Gods

JJ Whitehead is in Dublin for one weekend only. This Canadian has more stamps in his passport than anyone we know as he’s travelled the world headlining every comedy club known to man!

When: today, 23rd of May – doors open at 7pm – Show starts at 8:30pm

Free Glass of Wine or Bottle of Beer before 7:30pm

How much: € 26 on

Where: The Laughter Lounge

4-8 Eden Quay – Dublin 1.

Thursday Language Exchange

Why not to practise and improve your target language while meeting new people? The system is simple. Sit opposite a native speaker of your target language, speak 5 minutes in English, 5 minutes in other language, then change table. It is a great network opportunity.

When: today, 23rd of May – 6:30 pm to 8:30

How much:  € 5 which includes finger food and snacks. 20% off for student card holders.

Where: Turks Head

Parliament Street Temple bar

Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

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About the author

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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