Raise a glass to Dublin’s first no-alcohol bar   Fancy a great night out with some board game fun and without the morning after feeling? Head to Dublin’s first no-alcohol bar. Board is a new pub in Dublin’s city centre that offers an extensive range of non-alcoholic drinks together with over 200 board games that patrons can play for free. The recently opened dry...
Belfast 2024 celebrates the city’s creative culture Belfast is embarking on an ambitious cultural celebration in 2024 which will see the city come to life with creative projects, events and civic initiatives. Under the themes of Our People, Our Place and Our Planet, Belfast 2024 will present a year-long programme of exciting projects and events that will celebrate the city’s people,...
Unique trail of five sculptures launched in Cork City  Island City -Cork’s Urban Sculpture Trail  A new contemporary sculpture trail throughout Cork City - Island City, Cork’s Urban Sculpture Trail - was officially launched yesterday (12/12/'23) evening by the Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr Kieran McCarthy. This unique cultural trail of five public artworks was installed throughout the city centre island over...
Shake off the gloom of winter with a stay in a city that offers the warmest of welcomes and a cosmopolitan calendar of events. From music and markets to theatre, art, fabulous food and cosy pubs, Dublin has everything you need for an amazing winter break. Here is a taste of what’s on offer: A night at the theatre There’s always lots...
This year’s New Year Festival Dublin will run over four days with more than 40 events staged across three iconic venues. Dublin City ramps up the party this New Year with its annual New Year Festival (NYF) extended to four days (29 December 2023 through to 1 January 2024). Some of the island’s top talents will perform across the city in the stunning surrounds of...
If your perfect trip includes your canine companion, head for the dog-friendly shores of the island of Ireland. With endless forest and mountain walks, golden beaches and lots of pet-friendly accommodation, restaurants, pubs, cafés and attractions, the island of Ireland is a pooch paradise. Head west to the spectacular Wild Atlantic Way coastal route which stretches from Donegal in the north...
Guinness Cork Jazz Festival continues to surprise with a 'CorkJazz AllStars'XCLSV23 collab show just announced!  We’re on the final countdown to the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival (26th-30th Oct) and festival organisers have just announced a live club jazz jam - 'The CorkJazz AllStars'presents XCLSV23 - at Cork Opera House on Saturday 28th October from 11.30pm – 2.30am. Curated by Mas Exodus/ ChoiceCuts,...
Fill your heart with festive cheer at the island of Ireland’s magical Christmas markets. The appearance of colourful Christmas markets across the length and breadth of the island of Ireland signals that the festive season has well and truly begun. And with many opening in mid-November this year, there isn’t long to wait. Galway, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, will open...
Derry-Londonderry declared a United Nations International City of Peace Derry-Londonderry, a city steeped in history, culture, and reconciliation, has been honoured with the prestigious designation of UN City of Peace. The United Nations International City of Peace program acknowledges cities worldwide that have demonstrated outstanding efforts in fostering peace, tolerance, and cooperation among their diverse communities. Derry-Londonderry's transformation into a symbol...
Feast on award-winning food on the island of Ireland The island of Ireland has made a name for itself as a world-class foodie destination and there are lots of great ways to discover its culinary charms. With award-winning restaurants and gastro-pubs, fabulous food markets and tours, and artisan producers around every corner, the island of Ireland should be on every epicure’s...

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Shannon Airport gearing up for busy St. Brigid’s Bank Holiday  Airport expects over 21,000 passengers, a 12 per cent increase on ’23 February bank holiday...
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