Top 3 events Monday

1. Thriller Live at  The Gaiety Theatre

Thriller Live is a breathtaking, breakneck journey through Michael Jackson’s musical history, from the Jackson 5 to his solo career.

One white glove and a tilted trilby, and you know what’s in store: the King of Pop hits the stage with incredible dancing and singing in an entertainment extravaganza. 46229cba804d84a160537ac6cfd14bd4

Musically, the production is mind-blowing. Jam-packed from one end to the other with favourites like Billie Jean and Blame it on the Boogie, you’ll be immersed in a Michael Jackson experience par excellence.

Everything about this show is as slick and easy as the moonwalk itself, so get your sequins on and shake your body down to the Gaiety!

Where: The Gaiety Theatre, South King Street, Dublin 2
When: from Mon 6th to Sat 11th
Price: €35-€45
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2. Free Gym Classes 

To celebrate the Launch of RT24, Ireland’s newest cutting edge training programme, EMC Fitness are hosting a day of free classes in the Red Cow Moran Hotel.

Participate in the free class and you will receive a complimentary RT24 Tee, as well as some other goodies they may bring with them.


Personal Trainers who come to the class, will receive a €100 discount (33%!) for the RT24 2 day training course on the 30-31st March.

They will have limited spaces for the 15:30 class, so be quick and book yours now!

Where: Red Cow Moran Hotel, Naas Road
When: 15:30
Price: Free admission, but booking is required via the website below.
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3. Italian Film Screening: L’Industriale

The Italian movie L’Industriale tells the story of factory owner Nicola Ranieri who is struggling professionally industrialeand emotionally. The banks are foreclosing and pride has taken him to the brink of ruin as he refuses to use his wife’s wealth and family name as a guarantor against further loans. He is just days away from bankruptcy unless the German company Zenith confirms the €15 million share option deal. Turin is a city paralysed by the financial crisis. Deserted factories, empty streets and the distant sound of protest provide the backdrop for this incisive film.
Where: Italian Institute of Culture, 11 Fitzwilliam Square East, Dublin 2
When: 18:30
Price: Free admission, but booking is required via the website below.
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