What’s on this Weekend in #DublinTown – 13th-15th April
It’s finally the weekend!! and there’s something for everyone to do in #DublinTown.
Check out our list of events and all the information you need to get involved:
Join One American, One British, One Northern Irish and One Irish for one hell of a show. These four comics will be live in the Laughter Lounge from the 12th of April for three nights of humour and fun. Doors open from 7pm and the show starts at 8.30pm. Get there before 7.30pm you’ll get a free cocktail to kick start the night! Stay on after the show to enjoy some music and a late bar.
When: Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th April
Price: €26.00 (from)
DUBLIN SOUND LAB are bringing MUSIC CURRENT 2018 to Smock Alley Theatre! This three day festival is considered as the ‘Fringe’ of Irish new music festivals. Running for the third year, the festival is a platform for the newest contemporary music which hosts four concerts over the three days.It focuses on piano repertoire and includes virtuosic American piano/percussion quartet Yarn|Wire, Belgian iconoclast Stefan Prins and his Piano Hero series of works for piano, renowned Irish improviser Izumi Kimura performing John Cage’s seminal ‘Sonatas and Interludes’ for prepared piano; and UK-based Xenia Pestova presenting a programme of all new works for piano and electronics.
When: Thursday 12th – Saturday 14th April
Price: €10 (from)
The Little Museum are celebrating women! Beta Bajgartova photographs are on display throughout their new exhibition, ‘What’s she doing Here?’ showing women at work. These images include an undertaker, a footballer, an auto mechanic, a pilot, a bus driver, even an 81 year old rally driver! Along with the photographs are audio recordings, a colouring station for children where they can illustrate what they want to be when they’re older, films about the women profiled and a Post-it Poll for people visiting to get involved in the conversation about equality in Ireland. Women included in the exhibition includes historical heroines such as Eileen Gray, Stephanie Roche and Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington to women of today who defy sexist attitudes to excel in industries that were traditionally dominated by men.
When: Monday 9th – Sunday 10th June
Price: €8.00 (from)
This exciting event features everything a Minecraft community would want! From Minecraft tournaments, meet and greets with world-famous Minecraft players to panel discussions, costume contests and more. MineVention will host the first global mentor meet up with Microsoft Education at the Dublin event. They will welcome over nine different educators from nine countries worldwide.
Workshops will be held throughout the weekend for children and adults to educate them on the importance of online security and how educational the use of Minecraft can be in everyday life.
When: Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th April
Price: €15 (from)
Let us know what you get up to this weekend in the city, using #DublinTown