… things to do in Dublin.
I. Take Part for Art
The Dublin Fringe Festival is an annual arts festival, a mix of different performances in September and dedicated to promoting new arts companies, and showcasing experimental material. To attract aspiring and inspiring artists, The Fringe offers workshops throughout the festival to teach a wide variety of skills such as tassel swirling, hip hop, t’ai chi, and others to aid in exploring what’s new in the arts.
II. Experience Excellent Espresso
The Bald Barista, a busy friendly café, is the workplace of the world famous barista – Buzz Fendall. Beans are sourced there directly from individual farmers in Brazil, Sumatra and Ethiopia, and are freshly ground on site.
III. Make Dublin Greener
If you can’t find a reason to get drunk on March 17th, just celebrate St Patrick’s Day. During the parade, there will be a lot Europe’s best street performers on the streets. You will be also able to see a four-day gala of world-class entertainment.
IV. Take your Friends-Trinity to Trinity College
It is an oasis of peace and beauty. Its campus is a mix of classical and quite modern buildings with elegant gardens. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I.
V. Do what everyone does
and drink Guinness in different pubs. There is about one thousand of them.
VI. Listen To The Hangar
which has reopened as a music venue. It is attracting fans and gaining a strong reputation on the city’s music scene. If you like good electronic sounds, go there.
VII. Become Real Burger King in Bobo’s
This excellent place serves up peerless organic burgers, ‘proper chubby chips’ in old-fashioned buckets and delicious malts, shakes and juices.
VIII. Become New Einstein After Visiting The Science Gallery
It takes a fresh look at applications of science in real life, making white hot technology accessible to everyone. Don’t be surprised if you see techno exhibitions about the future of bio-fuels and the efficacy of anti-depressants.
IX. Six Nations for More Than Six Hours
In February reserve your time for best rugby tournament. There aren’t so many sports in which Ireland is very good.
X. Try To Chew the Irish Stew
Porterhouse, Dublin’s oldest microbrewery pub, sells only its own label of beers, but they are better than any mass-produced beer. And don’t forget about buying the Irish Stew.
XI. Life is Like Giving Birth To Twins, In One Moment You Have To Wait For The Second Part
… to be continued
inspired by www.timeout.com