Luna on Drury Street will host a charity lunch in aid of Pieta House, the suicide and self-harm crisis centres on Monday, 23rd April. Thanks to the support of the restaurant’s suppliers and staff, Pieta House will receive 100% of the €85 ticket price. There will also be a raffle, with all proceeds of same going to Pieta House.
The Luna Pieta House Charity Lunch will begin at 2pm with a prosecco reception, before those in attendance are treated to four courses from the New York-style Italian restaurant. The charity lunch has been an annual event for the restaurant since they opened in 2015.
Places are limited, with pre-booking recommended. Tickets can be bought by calling Luna at 01-6799009.
The Hill Pub in Ranelagh are set to host a Gin Fest this weekend, beginning Friday night at 6pm and running until April 2nd.
Tickets for the festival are priced at €10 per person, with pre-booking for the event essential. Included in the ticket price are two vouchers for a Gin & Tonic, as well as your own table for the night.
Gin & Tonics on the night will be sold for €6 on each night of the festival. To book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This weekend – March 31st to April 1st – will see the ‘anime edition’ of the ever-popular Dublin Comic Con in the Convention Centre.
A number of celebrity guests in the world of Anime and television will all be at the two-day convention, including stars of The Walking Dead, Star Trek, Pokemon and Powerpuff Girls.
Returning for it’s sixth year, there will also be a number of talks, demos and interactive activities designed for the entire family. Organisers also promise that even if you aren’t a huge fan of anime, there will be pop-culture and sci-fi for visitors to indulge in.
Tickets are available now from Eventbrite, priced from €10 to €60.
In honour of both Easter Sunday and April Fool’s Day falling on the same day this year, Lighthouse Cinema will be screening Monty Python’s Life of Brian.
Initially released in 1979, the Smithfield cinema will be screening the film at both 3:30pm and 8pm, with tickets priced from €7 to €9.50.
They will also screen the film once a day on the 2nd, 3rd and 5th of April for those who are an April fool and can’t make the first day of the limited-run screening.