Planning is well underway for a spectacular St. Patrick's Festival 2023 and we can't wait to return to the streets and venues of Dublin! We're inviting you to join us at the world-famous St. Patrick's Festival Parade on 17th March 2023 for a global celebration of Irish Arts, Culture and Heritage as the Parade winds its way through the...
One of the joys of Christmas is exploring a Christmas market, where fabulous gifts, festive food and seasonal music create the perfect mood. If you’re lucky enough to be in Dublin in the run up to Christmas, make sure you visit one of the city’s buzzing Christmas markets. The Dandelion Market at The Well, St Stephen’s Green, runs on the six Sunday afternoons...
For almost 50 years Funderland has brought the newest and most exciting attractions for all ages to experience. This year is no different, with so much excitement it’s sure to create an unforgettable experience.  This year Funderland opens from Monday the 26th of December 2022 until Sunday the 15th of January 2023.  Opening from 12pm until 10pm daily (Close’s at 8pm...
Two days of festivities will see out the old year and ring in the new, as Dublin puts on a spectacular New Year’s Festival. Live music from top musicians, street entertainment, electrifying visual displays and an exciting Festival Village are just some of the ingredients that will make up Dublin’s dazzling two-day New Year’s Festival. On New Year’s Eve a host of...
Featuring the Irish debut performance of globally renowned soprano Elizabeth Llewellyn, the superb American violinist Tai Murray, a trio of leading Irish musicians, and more.   17 October 2022: It’s time to get cosy in Russborough’s stunning saloon, with four gorgeous concerts to choose from as part of the West Wicklow Chamber Music Festival’s Winter Weekend on 11, 12 & 13...
As part of the Bram Stoker Festival, a unique light and sound show will bring the magic of the Northern Lights to Dublin. The Irish premiere of BOREALIS, an artwork by internationally renowned Swiss artist Dan Acher, which creates a mesmerising illusion of the Northern Lights, has been announced for the Bram Stoker Festival (28 –31 October). The free event will...
Dublin is a city full of life and brimming with things to do and see, whatever your interests. 1. Delve into Dublin Theatre FestivalAutumn in Dublin is festival season with a packed calendar of events led by the world-class Dublin Theatre Festival (29 September – 16 October). Taking place in 20 venues across the city, the festival showcases the best of...
As Bram Stoker’s gothic masterpiece Dracula reaches its 125th anniversary, Dublin prepares to paint the town red with vampirish bloodthirsty antics. This October the Bram Stoker Festival returns to Dublin (28 –31 October) after a two-year hiatus to celebrate Count Dracula and his creator in a weekend of ghastly thrills, spine-chilling spectacles and fun-filled frights. The world’s most famous vampire was the creation...
Travelling around Ireland on public transport is now truly cost effective after a substantial price reduction on fares. Fares on Dublin Bus, the Luas tram system in Dublin, bus operator Go-Ahead Ireland and DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) rail services have been cut by a fifth for the remainder of 2022. All Irish Rail intercity and commuter fares across the country...
STONEYBATTER FESTIVAL IS BACK! Bigger and ‘Batter’ than ever!  FRIDAY JUNE 17 - SUNDAY JUNE 19 Dublin's liveliest village, Stoneybatter, is delighted to announce that the Stoneybatter Festival will return in June with a live, in person festival! With local businesses, groups and volunteers working away in the background, we’re still finalizing the programme but we’re contacting you to make sure the Festival...

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