Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
The weekend is finally here, with many exciting events to choose from! These are our Top 5 events for 15 February happening in Dublin!
Living history experts of the Montague Heritage Services will be demonstrating their specific skill of medieval crafts at the Medieval Fair at Dublinia. These medieval crafts will include a Monier and Silversmith, detailing how coinage was introduced into Ireland, as well as a Pie and Bread seller showing how food was prepared in medieval times and a Tailor. Regular admission fees to Dublinia apply.
When: 11am – Sunday, 4pm
The Bernard Shaw is hosting the third session of Global Organica, a project of Dubble V & DaMix, mixing organic sounds with electronic and contemporary club tunes and visuals. Expect to be dancing the night away with these two DJs!
The Vintage Kilogramm Sale in Dublin’s Radisson Blu Royal Hotel allows you to shop clothes by weight instead of by label. You can buy as much or as little as you want with a kilo of clothes only costing you €25! Let your imagination run wild, you never know what you will find.
Mark O’Rowe’s brutally and beautifully poetic modern classic Howie The Rookie receives a 20-year anniversary revival from Glass Mask. Featuring actors Rex Ryan and Stephen Jones, their monologues will take the audience on an adventure of two individuals fighting for survival and meaning in a city full of violence and ablaze with danger.
Shurikon, an anime, gaming and cosplay convention is back for 2020! Organised by Technology University Dublin City Campuses Japanimation and Game societies, it celebrates nerd culture with events ranging from gaming tournaments and VR to cosplay competitions and photoshoots. Tickets are still available on site.
When: 9am – Sunday, 5pm
Did you enjoy our Top 5 events for 15 February? Do you have any other events that you would recommend? Let us know in the comments below!