Looking for a way to blow the cobwebs off this fine Wednesday? Here’s Babylon Radio’s pick of the top events happening in Dublin this evening.
Between art exhibitions, quizzes, comedy shows, and movie screenings, there’s plenty going on in Dublin today. Read on below to find out more!
Token Bar is a dream venue for anyone young at heart. You could spend hours here between the arcade games, pool, and beers. This Wednesday they’ll be hosting a Video Game Table Quiz. So, if you fancy yourself a video game buff, go test your mettle! and even you don’t, who doesn’t love a table quiz? Tickets are only €7 each, and teams can have up to 6 people.
Tickets: Tickets are here.
This guided walking tour aims to help the people of Dublin discover and appreciate the world of art and creativity at our doorstep. This collaborative event includes behind-the-scenes tours of multiple exhibition centres in the city centre. Feed your soul with these art displays designed by some of the most talented artists Dublin has to offer!
Tickets: Free, just register here.
Bright Club Dublin returns with a line-up of epic proportions. What makes this ensemble so interesting is that all performers come from various areas of academic research. For one evening they put down the books, and apply their knowledge to the comedic world. This one’s bound to be a lot of fun so check it out at Whelan’s!
When: 7.30pm – 10pm
Tickets: €5, here.
Peroni are launching their foray into the alcohol free market with a special movie screening in the Stella Cinema tonight. This is a beautiful venue, and if their alcohol-free beer is nearly as tasty as the original, this event’s a no-brainer. The Talented Mr Ripley is being shown, an often overlooked performance from the early career of Matt Damon, which also features heartthrobs Jude Law and Gwyneth Paltrow. The ticket price includes film viewing, a Peroni Liberia 0.0%, some Italian nibbles, and popcorn.
When: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Tickets: €20, here.
Here’s one for the book worms and francophiles out there. The Alliance Française, in partnership with the Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation and the French Embassy in Ireland, is presenting an evening with translator Mona de Pracontal and novelist Conor O’Callaghan. This is bound to give a great insight into the world of writing and translation.
Tickets: Free, just book here.