Looking for something to spice up your middle of the week? To get out of the mid-week funk? Babylon Radio has prepared a list of events for you to do just that.
Dublin is justifiably famous for its pub culture. On this tour you will learn the history of four city center clubs. The tour will be led by historian Gerard Farrell who has written historical profiles for several of the businesses you will see on this trail.
Cost: 30€ (food and drink included at tour stops)
Tramline is putting together a Graffiti Party! They will be giving out 1000 white T-Shirts and neon markers for all guests to draw on each other. This event will be accompanied by 90s/chart/dance music in the main room and disco music in room 2.
Cost: (2.50€ for drinks)
Howard Shelley, world-renowned pianist and conductor of the London Mozart Players is coming to Dublin as part of the orchestra’s 70th birthday celebrations. They will play late Mozart masterpieces like his Concerto in C and pieces by his revered older contemporary Haydn along with Prokofiev’s witty and affectionate tribute to the classical style.
Cost: ranges from 19.50€ to 27.50€
The Social Enterprise Summit will bring together international, national and local stakeholders and social enterprise representatives to discuss the current status and future of social enterprise development in Dublin and Ireland. They will provide insights on trends, challenges, opportunities and the social enterprise ecosystem.
Dublin City Council’s historians challenge you to take part in a table quiz testing your knowledge of modern Irish history. In particular about the Decade of Commemorations. Teams of 4 will face 8 rounds of questions asked by quizmaster David McCullagh and will have the chance to win great prices.