|06 Oct 2023||Speed Dating Dublin Ages 24 to 34 MEN SOLD OUT 10 DISCOUNT ON LAST 3 LADIES PLACES LEFT||Farrier & Draper - Bar & Restaurant, Dublin|
|13 Oct 2023||I Confuse Easy - A comedic journey through Keegos 1981 brain||Crowbar, Dublin|
|27 Oct 2023||Speed Dating Dublin Ages 24 to 34||Farrier & Draper - Bar & Restaurant, Dublin|
|27 Oct 2023||Bram Stoker Festival 2023||St. Patrick's Park. Dublin|
|29 Sep 2023||Slainte Would You Drink a Beer from 1574||Trinity Long Room Hub, Dublin|
|29 Sep 2023||FIILI - FESTIVAL OF ITALIAN AND IRISH LITERATURE IN IRELAND - 2023||Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Dublin|
|07 Oct 2023||The 24th Medieval Dublin Symposium 2023||Trinity Long Room Hub, Dublin|
|13 Oct 2023||Open House Friday tour of Leinster House||Leinster House, Dublin|
|13 Oct 2023||Dublin Festival of History International Viking Seminar 2023||Henry Roe Room, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin|
|27 Sep 2023||gradireland Graduate Careers Fair 2023||RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin|
Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland is situated on Ireland’s east coast on the River Liffey. The city is a historical and contemporary center for arts, education, administration, and industry. It is also the birthplace of several popular authors like James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and Samuel Beckett. Some of the historical attractions of Dublin are Dublin Castle and St Patrick Cathedral. Some of the other tourist attractions are Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo, St Stephen greens, and National Museum of Ireland. Dublin festivals are a popular and upcoming trend in Dublin tourism.
Dublin is a city which loves festivals. There are festivals for music, drama, food, film, literature, comedy, and sports. Some of the famous Dublin festivals are – Tradfest temple bar, St Patrick's festival, Bloomsday festival, Dublin LGBTQ Pride, Longitude festival, Dublin Fringe festival, and Dublin Theatre Festival. St. Patrick’s festival is the biggest festival and the biggest day in Irish life. It has a vibrant parade in the Dublin streets with music, theatre, dances, art, kids stuff, etc. Everyone joins in the festivity in their own colorful attires. During NYF Dublin, Dublin celebrates New year with three spectacular countdown events and a lit up city. Some of the other prominent festivals of Dublin Calendar are Bloomsday festival, PhotoIreland festival, Laya Healthcare City’s Spectacular, and Bram Stoker festival.
Dublin’s LGBTQ Pride parade is one of the biggest parades in Europe with a whole week of events, parties, glamour, and fun. The Festival of Curiosity bring together both adults and kids to use their mind, think and see the world with a new view. It has science, culture, bubbles, lego and curiosity technology. Sports is a religion for many Dubliners. So it has many sporting seasons for Football, Gaelic sports and Rugby Internationals. Dublin is also famous for its world-class showjumper horses. The Dublin Horse show is famous among horse lover patrons. Aga Khan cup and the Ladies’ day and the highlights from the horse show. The Oktoberfest brings Bavarian culture to Dublin where locals dress up in Bavarian costumes and enjoy Bavarian games with German food and beer. Dublin games festival attracts a lot of local as well as international sports lovers to Dublin.
Dublin is a hub of music and performing arts. It has many festivals celebrating music and other art forms. Tradfest Temple bar brings together folk acts with upcoming traditional musicians in a buzzing festival held at multiple venues. It is one of the most famous festivals. Dublin Dance festival brings together Irish establishes and emerging talent with international dancers and choreographers for many electrifying performances. In the Longitude festival, the city rocks with performances by international and Irish bands and DJs in the serene environment of ponds and woodlands. Dublin Fringe festival is famous for expecting the unexpected, with out of the box experimental performances at any location like a car or rundown house or a city square. Dublin theatre festival attracts all the theatre lovers to see new works by international as well as Irish playwrights.