What’s on in Dublin Town this weekend (May 25 – 27)
We’ve got that #FridayFeeling and we know you do too!
DublinTown features on Dublin City FM every Friday morning to talk about some of the many things happening in the city. If you missed us, don’t worry, here’s a number of things you can do this weekend in the city.
This weekend kids can show off their coolest projects, you can get your hair braided in spectacular style, or enjoy a walking tour as part of a literature festival. Here’s some recommendations for what’s on this weekend in Dublin Town.
Going to a festival or just looking for your hair to be styled like you are? Then head down to Topshop in Jervis Street where Babooshka Hair and beauty are giving makeovers, braids, glitter and makeup ahead of Life Festival 2018. This is for one day only – Friday May 25th!
Hopefully it remains sunny for the weekend, and if it does, here are a few bars you can go with outdoor seating this weekend.
It’s the final weekend to see My Fair Ladies at the Bewley’s Lunchtime Theatre. Devised and performed by Des Keogh, it’s a hugely entertaining new play about the romantic life of George Bernard Shaw, one of the greatest playwrights of all time. Tickets cost €8-12 This is the last weekend for this show
This is a great on for any innovative and creative minded kids! Kids aged 7-17 from around the world come together to demonstrate apps, websites & games and hardware they have designed. Entry is free for under 17s and €11 for over 17. It opens at 10am and an awards presentation will take place at 4.15pm.
In celebration of their 175th anniversary, Arnotts will have face painting in the Childrenswear department on Saturday and Sunday, while Chupi will be in the 1843 Store designing bespoke Limited Edition ‘Your North Star’ necklaces, on Saturday from 11am-2pm on 26th May.
The Irish Potato Famine exhibition at top floor Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, May 14-Sept 30, 12pm-6pm
the Irish Potato Famine Exhibition is returning to the top floor of Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, above the food hall. If you have an interest in Irish History then this exhibition promises to be one of the best things for you to do in the city this summer. For more details on the exhibition see theirishpotatofamine.com
International Literature Festival Dublin returns for another year of literary events, gatherings and performances. Running in various locations from Saturday 19th May – Sunday 27th May 2018, it is Ireland’s premier literary event and gathers the finest writers in the world to debate, provoke, delight and enthral. This is the final weekend of this festival so get booking for its too late!
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