Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Dublin Fringe Festival: The brightest and boldest talent Ireland has to offer

Dublin Fringe Festival, which kicks off this Saturday celebrates its 25th birthday with shows in more than 30 city locations over the...

Odeon cinemas to host free viewing of All-Ireland football final this Sunday

Odeon will screen the nail biting GAA All-Ireland football final this Sunday, September 1 in three of their Dublin based cinemas -...

All Saints: ‘Everything in the industry’s changed this time around’

The surprise return of pop sensation All Saints in recent years, has had a different pace to the mania that surrounded their...

Ukulele Hooley returns to Dun Laoghaire for its tenth anniversary

Ukulele players unite! The world famous Ukulele Hooley celebrates its 10th anniversary in Dun Laoghaire this August. Since it...

Beatyard: New venue for 2020 as ‘uncertainty’ surrounds harbour permit

Beatyard is once again scheduled to take place this August bank holiday on Dun Laoghaire Harbour for the fifth year running.

Heineken Live Your Music returns to Electric Picnic

Heineken Ireland has announced that it will return to Electric Picnic on August 30 – September 1 at Stradbally Hall, Co. Laois...

Joint exhibition in Anne’s Lane celebrates first moon landing

If the recent 50th anniversary of the moon landings has piqued your interest in all things lunar, then you may be interested...

Marc Rebillet: The funnyman with a serious side, balanced by brilliance

Marc Rebillet a cultured multi-instrumental songwriter from Dallas, is often pigeonholed by his stage persona. Rebillet is essentially a...

Vodafone Comedy Festival returns to Dublin this week

The Vodafone Comedy Festival returns to Dublin this week with an array of the country's best comics taking to four different stages...

Hop House 13 to host day festival on Fade Street this August

Hop House 13 has announced it will host a street festival on Dublin's Fade Street on Sunday, 11 August in celebration of...