Top 5 Events in Dublin This Weekend

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 13, 2019

Dublin will be buzzing this weekend with loads of fun activities which will keep you at the edge of your seat. 

Student Welcome Party

The welcome party series for students continues this Friday night. Bernard Shaw will be the venue for Friday 13th of September which is created by the Dublin Business School (DBS) student experience). 

Babylon Radio already reported that The Bernard Shaw will be closing its doors soon, so what better way to honour this iconic vene by heading over there. 

Where: Friday 13th of September 

When: The Bernard Shaw, Richmond street, Dublin 

How much: Free 

Inspired @South Dublin’s Health & Wellness Festival

This festival is for those who want to live a healthy and positive lifestyle. Individuals are encouraged to come with their families to have fun and engage in activities that encourage a healthy lifestyle. 

When: Saturday, 14th of September from 11 am to 4.30 pm

Where: Corkagh Park, Dublin

How much:  Free but book your tickets HERE

Film screening for Roald Dahl’s Matilda

Get in here movie lovers and enjoy this movie by Ballyroan Library. The film tells the story of Matilda Wormwood, a five-year-old with reading abilities of an adult and Telekinisis powers.

When: Saturday, 14th of September from 2pm to 3.40 pm 

Where: Ballyroan Library, Orchardstown Avenue, Rathfarnham

How much: Free, get your free tickets HERE

Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrition

The Chinese Society in Ireland is hosting the arrival of Autumn. 

When: Saturday, 14 of September, 11 am to 4 pm 

Where: University Collge Dublin (UCD)

How much: Free

MEASC Festival

Join other Dubliners to celebrate cultural and religious diversity in Ireland. 

When: Sunday, 15th of September from 

Where: Herbert Park, Dublin

How much: Free but get your tickets at Eventbrite

 

About the author

Ayomide Akinshilo

Ayomide is a journalist and editor with a passion for sports, video games and African culture. He has degrees in Mass Communication, Journalism and Media Communication.

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