Top 3 events Monday

1. Free Trial Class in Bujinkan Dojo Martial Arts

If you are curious to know more about martial arts but you feel like you’ve never really had the opportunity to approach these disciplines, Bujinkan Dojo Martial Arts is offering you a free trial class today!

The International Bujinkan Dojo is an organisation founded and directed by Masaaki Hatsumi Soke, its function is to transmit the teachings of the nine ryu-ha of which Hatsumi sensei holds the title of soke.


The word jishin can mean a number of different things depending on which kanji are used. The particular kanji used here (助命) mean to show clemency or to spare a life. If different kanji are used jishin can be translated as self-confidence or as earthquake.

Training is open to anyone with a good heart who is willing to learn. If you are interested in viewing a class feel free to contact them at (Tom Clements).

Where: Bujinkan Jishin Dojo, Molesworth Pl, Dublin 2
When: 19:00 to 21:00
Price: Free trial but requires booking in advance.
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2. Italian Film Screening – Gli amici del bar Margherita

The Italian movie Gli amici del bar Margherita” by director Pupi Avati will be screened in Italian with English subtitles. 2

“Bologna, 1954. The mythical Bar Margherita and its eccentric, male-only clientele provide the back-drop for the coming of age of the youthful and innocent Taddeo, who manages to secure a job as diver to Al, the mysterious and undisputed master of the Margherita. Taddeo acts as our witness and narrator to the many adventures originating from the cafe.”

Feel free to drop by and enjoy this Italian piece!

Where: Italian Institute of Culture, 11 Fitzwilliam Square East, Dublin 2
When: 18:30
Price: Admission is free, but booking is required via the website below.
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3. The Circle Sessions Open Mic at The International Bar

Similar to an open mic in that they encourage members of our audience to perform, The Circle Sessions main difference is that they do not normally use a mic! The performers are there to perform and the audience are there to listen. There is a mutual respect between the two such that amplification is rarely required, which creates its own unique atmosphere. 3

The performers are split up into 3 different groups: impromptu, featured and regular; and performances are generally on music, poetry/spoken word, comedy, dance, short film/photography and physical artwork.

Whether you come as a spectator or you are willing to delight the audience with your performance, Circles is your place! They’d love to have you involved!

Where: The International Bar, 23 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2
When: Every week from 20:00 to 23:30
Price: Free admission
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Laura Seguro

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