Halfway through the week and we’re already running out of steam. It’s easy to understand why, considering it’s mid-February, it’s still getting dark in the afternoon, and suddenly we have to deal with smatterings of snow and ice. But the team at Babylon prides itself in finding ways to keep you warm and happy. Between movies, eating tours, yoga, and comedy shows there’s plenty to do in Dublin tonight.
Here are a few ideas on how to enjoy your Wednesday night, and kick a bit of energy back into your week.
Since the late 80’s Quentin Tarantino has wowed audiences with his unique cinematography style, irreverent humour, and gifted script writing skills. Tarantino is a director that rarely misses and neither do his soundtracks. That’s why The Big Romance are hosting a Tarantino on Vinyl night this Wednesday. Chill out to the tunes which have helped make these movies so momentous.
Tickets: Admission is free!
In the gorgeous setting of their heated Botanical Garden, Opium are screening a classic 90’s rom-com this Wednesday. She’s All That is a classic geek-girl to prom-queen transformation story. Your ticket for this event includes one Popcorn Espresso Martini and a shared popcorn. This one’s bound to sell out, so get your tickets while you can. Heads up though, it’s an over 23’s event!
When: 7.30pm – 11pm
Tickets: €13.66 on sale here.
There were weeks of city-wide mourning when The Bernard Shaw closed its doors in October last year. However, the people’s champion of pubs hasn’t gone far. The bar, and it’s famous Eatyard, have relocated to the Northside to a picturesque spot overlooking the Royal Canal. This Wednesday is Eatyard’s monthly wine and cheese meetup. The event will be led by Rory from Station to Station wine who will walk you through a world of fragrances and aromas.
When: 7.30pm – 8.30pm
Tickets: €25 here.
Yoga is the marriage of healthy body and healthy mind exercises. Add hatha yoga, conscious movements, deep relaxation, and you have Beauyoga, the ultimate yoga experience. This is a perfect Wednesday night activity for anyone looking to try something new and exciting. Or for anyone with a lot of tension to release from their body and mind.
When: 7pm – 8.30pm
Tickets: Get your tickets for €17.50 here.
Irish Comedian of the Year Winner Steve Bennett brings his musical comedy to the cosy Whelan’s pub this Wednesday night. Laugh along as this natural-born story-teller identifies the hilarities of this crazy world through songs, poems and razor-sharp wit. Come see why this act has been such a smash hit across the Dublin and Edinburgh fringe festivals.
When: 8pm – 10pm
Tickets: €10 can be found here.