Monday, July 22, 2019

What’s on: Events guide

Trinity Summer Gig Series A new series of concerts comes to life at Trinity College, with Gregory Porter opening on July 6. He’ll be followed...

No joke – comedy fest will be a hoot

Out and About: The Odeon Bar

Berry interesting fare at cook-off

The onlookers watching food being prepared at Michelin-starred l’Ecrivain restaurant were also hungry for information as Kellogg’s GAA Cul Camps kicked off for summer,...

Home Once more

Phelim Drew on the return of a uniquely Dublin story to its rightful home

Five of the scorching things that happened last weekend

The hot weather has kicked in and Dubliners are making good use of shorts and sun glasses while they still can. Temperatures are set...

Over 120 top Irish musicians to play Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on World Music Day

The 21st of June will lay witness to a spectacular showcasing of more than 120 musicians performing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony on World Music Day in...

Celebrating all that is unique about Dublin

LAST week, DublinTown launch its brand new website, UniqueToDublin.ie- a site which celebrates all the things that make Ireland's capital city a truly unique...

Showers of praise for Bloom festival

BLOOM proved just as popular as ever in the heart of the Phoenix Park this bank holiday weekend, with many tens of thousands of...

Wild Air run comes to Malahide Castle

The Super Milk Wild Air Run saw almost 3,000 people partake in the inflatable 5k obstacle course at Malahide Castle last week. This was...

Thousands take to the streets for good causes

Nearly 33,000 participants took to the streets of Dublin to run, walk and jog the 10km route in the women’s mini-marathon, raising much-needed funds...