The IFI Documentary Festival opens on Monday, September 21st with the Irish premiere of Oscar winner Ron Howard’s Rebuilding Paradise. The film, which focuses on the devastating 2018 Camp Fire that almost destroyed the Californian town of Paradise, includes an exclusive virtual Q&A with Oscar winner Howard. Festival films cost just €7.50 each for a three-day rental with great value…
Join us to hear the findings of our food sharing research and our future plans. Listen to presentations from SHARECITY team members past and present and get involved in conversations with leading academics and practitioners about sharing and sustainable urban food.
The virtual event will run over 3 half days. Each day will focus on a different phase of SHARECITY:
Day 1 presents our mapping activities, the development of the SHARECITY100 Database and the in-depth research that helped us identify food sharing activities in various case study cities.
Day 2 focuses on the impacts of shari
Bike Week is a celebration and promotion of all that's great about bikes and cycling. Held over an extended week each year, with bike themed events organised by local authorities, community groups and cycling groups throughout Ireland.
Bike Week is a Government of Ireland initiative, under the broader Active Travel initiative, see Gov.ie
Ever wondered how much CO2 you could save by taking your bike instead of your car? Using a carbon calculator you can do this. Enter your details and this calculator will show you just how much CO2 you could save. Carbon Footprint
While Bike Week was p
The Dublin Festival of History is an annual free Festival, brought to you by Dublin City Council, and organised by Dublin City Libraries. The Festival has gained a reputation for attracting best-selling Irish and international historians to Dublin for a high-profile weekend of history talks and debate in the late Autumn. Previous speakers include Jung Chang, Alison Weir, Ian Kershaw, Michael Palin, Anne Applebaum, Tom Holland, Simon Schama, Peter Frankopan, Richard Evans, Charles Spencer, Hew Strachan, Peter Snow, Robert Harris, Janina Ramirez and many more.
Podcasts of previous years are a
The IFI Documentary Festival opens on Monday, September 21st with the Irish premiere of Oscar winner Ron Howard’s Rebuilding Paradise. The film, which focuses on the devastating 2018 Camp Fire that almost destroyed the Californian town of Paradise, includes an exclusive virtual Q&A with Oscar winner Howard. Festival films cost just €7.50 each for a three-day rental with great value multi-film packages also available. Full details from www.ifihome.ie.
Following the closure of the IFI in Temple Bar last weekend due to the Level 3 COVID-19 restrictions, the festival has moved online, meani
Earlier this year the planned 2020 MusicTown festival, to be held at venues and locations across the city was cancelled in light of the Government recommendations re mass gatherings and the evolving Covid-19 situation. Today, organisers are delighted to announce that MusicTown will take place this year, in a virtual format, which music fans of all ages can enjoy safely from home this September. This annual showcase of all genres of music will see artists from across the musical spectrum create unforgettable musical moments.
Brought to you by Dublin City Council and Aiken Promotions, the pro
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Dublin Theatre Festival 2020 - A reimagined Dublin Theatre Festival for 2020.
We are pleased to announce there will be a Dublin Theatre Festival in 2020, on a smaller scale than usual. Due to the ongoing impact of the global pandemic, the festival that we had been busy planning for up until a few months ago is no longer possible. So, we have been reimagining the programme, in dialogue with artists and partner organisations. Responding to their feedback and encouraged by our friends and supporters we are working t
“Make Way Day” is a campaign that brings the disability and wider community together to consider the needs of people with disabilities in the public spaces we all share.
It is led by the Disability Federation of Ireland and is a unique collaboration across Ireland and the voluntary and local government sectors. But most of all it’s about people with disabilities.
But everyone can get involved. And everyone should get involved because we’ve discovered thoughtlessness is the big issue. We’ve compiled a terrible top three of obstacles that stop people with disabilities in their tr
Play, Move, Win with #BeActive Bingo
THIS IS NO ORDINARY BINGO GAME...
We will be getting your entire family's heart rate up through a series of fun activities suitable for people of all fitness levels.
Play, Move, Win with #BeActive Bingo is an exciting, interactive online bingo night on Saturday 26 th September 2020 @ 5pm, hosted by Eoghan McDermott of RTÉ.
Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership brings the event to you in conjunction with the European-wide #BeActive Night initiative, supported by Sport Ireland & the EU Commission.
There are amazing prizes to be won o
The evolving soundtrack of Ireland, Imagining Ireland showcases the most exciting creative artists at work today.
The NCH is also delighted to announce the first four concerts in this new livestream series called ‘Imagining Ireland’ .
The concerts range from Hip Hop to traditional music and contemporary composition to roots music.
The line-up includes:
• Contemporary composer and musician Jennifer Walshe in 'Ireland: A Dataset' a boisterous radiophonic play made for the NCH; Tickets
• A celebration of the thriving Irish hip-hop scene with Denise Chaila, MuRli and God Kn
Meditation Workshop: Befriend Your Mind, Unlock Your Potential
When things get tough, we know our mind can be unreliable, and a source of stress, anxiety and self-criticism. In this meditation workshop, Kadam Adam will explain how we can step out of that mental and emotional turbulence, and discover how the true nature of the mind is deeply peaceful. Through this experience, we will discover something very profound – that both ourself and our mind are fundamentally OK, and how our mind has the potential to be a reliable source of deep happiness and joy – just like a good friend!
Please book at least one hour prior to the start of the workshop. You
We are delighted to announce the launch of the Great Dublin Charity Bike Ride on September 27th, 2020. This year the event will take place to solely support the charity sector. Due to government restrictions caused by Covid-19, the 2020 event will take place virtually with a 20km family ride, beginner-friendly 60km and a more challenging 100km ride to choose from. Select the distance which best suits you and complete the ride in your local area, all for a good cause.
How the challenge will work, we are offering the below 4 spins, something for everyone.
Ride any 20km, 60km o
Six leading Irish playwrights present original, five minute plays, performed by one actor for one audience member.
Theatre for One is a mobile state-of-the-art performance space for one actor and one audience member at a time.
Conceived and created by the Olivier award-winning designer Christine Jones and designed by LOT-EK architects, it is part peep-show booth, part confessional, and completely visceral.
Presented by the Abbey Theatre and Dublin Theatre Festival in partnership with Accenture and Dublin City Council.
Times: 11am – 2pm, 3pm – 6pm and 7pm – 10pm
A free axis online event.
Hiphop influenced, textured by her heroes, characterised and elevated by struggle, bodhrán-beating, poet & rapper the incredible Temper-Mental MissElayneous return to axis for an amazing intimate livestreamed concert as part of the axis Autumn Sessions.
Axis Summer Sessions had over 15,000 views across six digital gigs and we are delighted Elayne is taking part in our new season of sessions.
The Autumn Sessions will be streamed on the axis Facebook and Instagram Live.
A €5 donation is suggested where possible
The New Theatre’s production of “Jackie” To be staged at the Yeats Memorial in St Stephen’s Green, SEPTEMBER 29th to OCTOBER 10th at 1PM.
Tuesday to Saturday. Additional performances at 3PM on each Friday and Saturday.
A total of 14 performances with a maximum of 15 people in the audience at each performance.
Audience members are asked to bring their own cushion, warm layers, umbrella in case of rain.
About the Show:
Jacqueline and John F Kennedy were, for a brief period during the twentieth century, the ultimate power couple.
An enigma to the outside world, Jackie had lo
How to become a Sustainable Energy Community in Dublin?
Join the growing network of Sustainable Energy Communities that are saving energy, saving money and reducing their carbon footprint.
Supported by the Dublin PPN and hosted by the Dublin City SEC mentor Ger Doherty, this webinar will cover the steps you can take to become a Sustainable Energy Community.
The benefits of becoming an SEC:
The opportunity to work with your community to make your area more energy efficient – including your own home!
Learn about Energy Surveys in your area and potential to get a FREE ENERGY SURVEY for your home at the Plan stage.
Guidance and support fro
Are you interested in art and would like to discuss artworks on display? Join the Hugh Lane Gallery for a free online Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) discussion for adults where we will be looking at and hearing each other's opinion of what we think is going on in the artwork. No experience necessary. Advanced booking is required.
No experience necessary, all welcome.
This discussion will be presented through the Zoom online platform.
Ireland’s biggest and Best* Graduate Careers Fair takes place virtually Wednesday 30 September and Thursday 01 October 2020!
This event is your chance to meet over top employers, postgrad providers, careers advisers and learn more about the opportunities available to you. Last year's event had graduate jobs, internships, graduate training programmes, CV Clinics, a stellar seminar schedule and the chance to explore your further study options.
Don’t miss your opportunity to engage with potential employers!
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We're back bringing you breathtaking, mind-bending and life-altering cinematic experiences on screen and from the comfort of your home with the 28th edition of GAZE LGBTQ+ Film Festival.
GAZE returns to the Lighthouse Cinema and the Irish Film Institute from September 30th to October 4th. In response to the current situation, this year’s GAZE will have a smaller number of physical screenings, which will have a reduced capacity and follow all public health and social distancing guidelines.
We are delighted to in
LEO Dublin City Women in Business Network Webinar Series: Áine Kerr
LEO Dublin City Women in Business Network Wednesday Webinar Series
Meet the Entrepreneur - Áine Kerr, Co-Founder and COO of Kinzen
Áine Kerr will join us to talk about her fascinating story to date, moving from journalism, to founding a successful tech business, to being a senior executive in Facebook and now with a growing start-up. Áine is particularly interested is the need to constantly reset and reconnect with our sense of purpose. Her talk will be followed by Q&A.
A historic partnership between the Abbey Theatre and IMMA, The Great Hunger is a new production of the epic Patrick Kavanagh poem.
Patrick Maguire struggles with the choices he made for survival. Was committing to the land worth the price? Does the beauty of nature redeem his isolated journey through the years?
As you walk through the grounds of IMMA at Royal Hospital Kilmainham, a cast of 16 actors and 10 musicians will bring the darkness and light of Kavanagh’s tragic masterpiece to life.
Conceived by the Directors of the Abbey Theatre, The Great Hunger is jointly directed by award-
This year we cannot celebrate Busker Fleadh in Smithfield Square, but we will bring it to you wherever you are!
A variety of busking acts from Dublin will perform online on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th October as part of the Busker Fleadh! This free family event will showcase the best of independent music and performance.
The diverse line up of performers will cover a range of genres, ages and cultural backgrounds, allowing audiences to experience the diverse music offered in Ireland.
The Busker Fleadh is brought to you by Dublin City Council to celebrate Dublin street performers and t
The Ace and Deuce of Piping annual concert of traditional Irish music will be staged through film this year, in an innovative departure by Na Píobairí Uilleann in response to the public health crisis.
Recorded in various locations around Ireland in August 2020, The Ace and Deuce of Piping was produced, directed and edited by film-maker and uilleann piper Maitiú Ó Casaide and will be available to watch on NPU’s website (https://www.pipers.ie) and social media platforms on Saturday 3rd October at 8 p.m. Viewing will be available until the 17th October.
Leading artists Mary Bergin, Mi
Ireland Music Week - An independent festival & music conference dedicated to showcasing the very best in new Irish music.
IMW is delighted to announce that it will be going ahead with the international facing showcase and conference for 2020. The showcase and conference will take place online across four days in October, with the music showcases taking place over three nights - Wednesday 7th, Thursday 8th and Friday 9th.
As with so many other events, in these COVID-19 times, IMW has adapted the event to suit current restrictions. In order to give 2020 applicants and showcasing artist
Open House Dublin - with the Irish Architecture Foundation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed so much for all of us around the globe. It has put our regular lives on hold, altered how we engage with and view our everyday surroundings, our homes, our working environments, our places of refuge and social interaction. Many of us have rediscovered our communities and neighbourhoods and uncovered the extraordinary in the everyday.
This extraordinary year, Open House Dublin will celebrate the resilience, exceptional potential and talent in architecture and urban design within our city and nati
Run one of the Lonely Planets epic Runs of the World!
A 10km trail run around Howth Hill Summit.
You will be challenged but you will never be bored. Sweeping views, varied terrain and a satisfying climb will keep you on track. This is trail running in Ireland, but not as you know it!
Route and terrain:
Starting beside Howth Castle and taking in the summit of Howth Hill the terrain includes grassy tracks, rough trails and sealed road. No endless straight lines and dull scenery here.
Held in October each year, the Red Line Book Festival celebrates the very best in local, national and international writing. The festival takes place in various venues across South Dublin County and is funded by South Dublin County Council and managed by South Dublin Libraries and Arts.
This year's festival returns with a blended programme of online and offline events.
STAND celebrates the power of ordinary people to change the world. With us, third level students in Ireland can share ideas about standing up for justice and equality, learn more about global issues, and find out what you can do to take positive action.
This year’s theme is ‘climate migration’
Over two weeks in October 2020, STAND are inviting third level students across Ireland to join us for a series of free online events that will raise awareness on the issue of climate enforced migration and why we should care about it in Ireland.
Climate migrants, a subset of migrants not yet
DTS Virtual - 5,000 Delegates / 50 Speakers / 200 Global Media Representatives.
ELEVATE x INTEGRATE x ACCELERATE
Dublin Tech Summit Virtual will draw the most influential tech and business leaders from across the world. For one day, experts from over 70 countries will come together to share knowledge, debate the latest trends, and network, all from our live virtual event space. Are you interested in scaling your start-up? Do you want to future-proof your business? Learn more about diversity in tech? Make global change? Join our community of leaders at DTS20, the chosen platform to help accel
Shine A Light Night takes place this Friday 16th October 2020. We are asking the business community and people all over Ireland to sleep-out for one night to help raise vital funds for people experiencing homelessness.
2020 has been a difficult year for Focus Ireland’s front-line staff and the people we work with. The Coronavirus means people are more vulnerable and our vital services have had to adapt quickly to a 49% increase in demand. We anticipate demand for homeless services will continue to increase across 2020, as society begins to feel the economic impact of the virus. By sleepin
This year’s festival is moving online where we are creating a dedicated virtual space to share, celebrate, remember, explore, provoke and promote the arts for human rights. Join us as we bring together artists, activists, citizens, families, communities and all those interested in using the arts to celebrate and promote human rights and equality for all.
The theme of this year’s festival is Voices of Hope, Courage and Resilience celebrating human rights and linking the arts to civil society, active citizenship and politics through a series of inter-disciplinary performances, film scree
THE VIRTUAL GREAT PINK RUN OCT 17TH & 18TH
Due to Covid19, we have made the decision to make the Great Pink Run a virtual event. We need your support more than ever!
We are asking you to help us run the circumference of the globe for Breast Cancer this October. Run, jog, walk or wheel, the more KM you log, the quicker we can reach our goal of turning the world pink for Breast Cancer.
How does it work?
• Register for the Great Pink Run here
• Receive your Run Pack in the post, take a selfie in your pink tee!
• Lace up your running shoes and get running on the 17th or 18th
Make waves in 2020
Connect, learn and cross-pollinate ideas to generate value-driven change through innovation! Professionals from different sectors will come together to accelerate positive change!
LEARN - COLLABORATE - CELEBRATE - INSPIRE CHANGE
Choose from live panel discussions, presentations, networking!
Small or big, local or global, starting or scaling, you need to guide your company towards a future where you grow stronger. Keep up with the changes on market, check different funding options available for value driven business!
From the team that brought you Forgotten, Underneath and the Olivier Award-winning Silent, Before is a new play with much music, set in Clery’s of Dublin, on the very day this iconic department store shuts - for good. Pontius is inside, trying to choose a gift for his estranged daughter, whom he hasn’t seen for almost 20 years. He will meet her in an hour. This father’s journey is both beautiful and strange, from the isolation of his Midlands home, to the madness of O’Connell Street. Some folk are impossible to buy for…
Directed by Jim Culleton
WINNER: HERALD ARCHANGEL AWARD, Edi
Despite the cancellation of this year’s marathon, the virtual race will ensure runners still have a goal to target. There are also options to sign up the KBC Virtual Race Series distances; 4 Mile, 10km and Half Marathon. Runners, participating with their smartphone, can complete the distances safely in their local area and will be supported by the Dublin Marathon app, which will record their distance and upload their time automatically.
Jim Aughney race director said: “The KBC Virtual Dublin Marathon will allow runners to feel a sense of togetherness while they run in their own cities,
Quest for Quality is a 2-day forward thinking conference on AI, QA and software testing. This year, we will gather top industry influencers & decision makers ONLINE to demystify AI in QA, AI & Testing.
Our consistent annual statistics - 5 Continents, over 35 Nationalities, more than 85 Companies, up to 30 expert talks from industry professionals, over 5,000,000 impressions on social media!
Sponsors, speakers & delegates confirm that the conference is impactful and meets it's objectives every year.
Conference 2020 is amazingly designed and structured to strike a perfect bal
The annual HALFTONE Print Fair returns for its sixth edition to The Library Project this November. The fair is an initiative of PhotoIreland, hosted every year at The Library Project, bringing together artists working in disciplines whose output manifests in printed form, and to showcase the best photographic works. In addition to the hundreds of prints visitors will discover, this year HALFTONE proposes events dedicated to that passion for accumulating more books than one can read, what the Japanese call Tsundoku.
The fair opens to the public at 6pm on Thursday 29th October, and runs until
Future Human - the first major tech event to go Hybrid in 2020. Live on stage from a purpose built studio in Dublin!
Dublin > Online > The World
Silicon Republic, Europe's leading tech news service, brings you Future Human, the evolution of their successful Inspirefest, and the first major tech event to go Hybrid in 2020. From the stage in a purpose built studio in Dublin, they'll be beaming out to homes and offices around the world in October. Many speakers and collaborators will be live on stage in the state-of-the-art studio, with all the requisite physical distan
Bram Stoker Festival, which will once again bring fun and adventure to Dublin over Halloween weekend, Friday 30th October – Monday 2nd November, as we playfully celebrate the gothic, the mysterious, the after-dark and the supernatural and delve into the legacy of one of Ireland’s most treasured authors.
In a year when the stakes have been raised in unexpected ways, the programme for this year’s celebration of Stoker and his infamous creation Dracula will focus on interactive and fun experiences for all ages, celebrating Dublin’s unique link to Stoker, the supernatural and Irish Hall
Craft Value: Craftsmanship and its conservation in the architecture of Britain and Ireland (1660-1760) - Virtual Conference hosted by Trinity College Dublin.
Superlative historic craftsmanship in wood, stone and plaster is the subject of this one day virtual conference hosted by TCD. Convened by CRAFTVALUE, the Irish Research Council Advanced Laureate project in TCD's Department of History of Art and Architecture, it explores the intersection between research and practice in conserving and documenting craft in the architecture of Britain and Ireland (1660-1760).
Bringing together speaker
Mary Coughlan is arguably the greatest female singer to have emerged from Ireland in recent times.
Whether you’re into folk, blues or jazz, you can’t fail to be moved by the emotional depth, expression and power in her voice, forged from an extraordinary life.
Mary has carved out a timeless and highly regarded career, with a legion of devoted fans worldwide. To hear Mary sing is truly to be at the core of the human heart.
Two intimate shows
6:45pm & 9pm
(Seated, socially distanced shows)
Presented by Corps Ensemble in partnership with axis
Written by Emma Donoghue, Oscar-nominated writer of "Room"
"They say she gives you one long look and your life hangs in the balance. But they say so many things about her, they can't all be true.'
A potent brew of passion, ambition, and courage, Kissing the Witch cracks open the stories we know and love to see what's really going on beneath the cloaks and crowns. Journey through time and tradition as five fantastical stories weave a tapestry of love, lust and everything in between.
This is an online screening of a pre-recorded pe
After three sold out shows, at Theatre Royal Waterford , The Wexford Arts Centre and The Watergate Theatre , Rob Strong brings his band back to Dublin and the fabulous Workman’s Club on Fri 25th Sept at 9 pm. The band’s last appearance in Dublin at Arthur’s Jazz n Blues Club in January 2020 sold out four months in advance! Now with restrictions for Social Distancing, tickets are expected to sell fast.
He may be 73 years old but Rob Strong, as his name suggests, is still going strong! The Derry Legend with the sensational blues/soul voice, is celebrating an amazing 55 years on the road
We are delighted to announce that PM Summit 2020 will be an online event, taking place on Tuesday 3rd November. We will be streaming online from The Convention Centre Dublin via the PM Summit virtual platform, and all sessions will be available for delegates to watch for up to 30 days post event.
For the first time delegates will have the opportunity of attending all tracks, and through our virtual platform we will providing you with the opportunity to connect and network with all delegates, speakers and sponsors within the PM Summit virtual platform.
This one-day event brings together i
Dublin Independent Film Festival welcomes you to our third edition, in the home of Guinness and Irish cinema! An event organized for both independent filmmakers and cinema-goers who love to discover niche films and artists.
The festival’s judges and programmers come from different film backgrounds and are eager to put together an exciting and truly high-quality program of indie films. Dublin Independent Film Festival’s aim is to discover new talent, films and filmmakers with potential, and to recognize the collaborative work this art form is funded on.
The program will focus on indep
From Eden - A play from the award-winning Stephen Jones on the Peacock Stage @ Dublin's Abbey Theatre.
A tender, comic drama about two lost individuals – Alan (Stephen Jones) and Eva (Seána Kerslake) – who find themselves locked in a bathroom together on New Year's Eve while the party continues outside the door. It's an ideal meeting… Once upon a time, only once, unexpectedly.
"A thoroughly engaging, emotionally articulate, funny and clever work."
- Irish Independent.
"One of the most acidly funny, needle-sharp short plays I've seen in quite a while"
- The Sunday Independent.
Construction Jobs Expo is returning to Dublin! The Construction Jobs Expo will be sponsored by Glenveagh Properties PLC and will take place at the Citywest Convention Centre on Saturday 14th November 2020 (10am-4pm). The event will feature hundreds of active job opportunities at home and abroad and is the only careers exhibition of its type to feature FREE ADMISSION.
What can you expect at Construction Jobs Expo Dublin?
* Employers actively recruiting for hundreds of jobs at home and abroad
* Specialised areas dedicated to jobs in the construction sector
* Educational experts offering
Northern Lights - A play from the award-winning Stephen Jones on the Peacock Stage @ Dublin's Abbey Theatre.
On a rainy night in Dublin, Lloyd (Stephen Jones) and Áine (Seána Kerslake) seek refuge in one another, both harbouring secrets and nurturing ghosts… separate on the surface but connected in the deep.
Northern Lights is a compelling comedic drama, skilfully delivering laughs, tears and a little light that never goes out.
"A thoroughly engaging, emotionally articulate, funny and clever work."
– Irish Independent.
"One of the most acidly funny, needle-sharp short plays I'
HistoryCon is an interdisciplinary event celebrating the relationship between popular media and academic research.
This year’s theme is “Humanising History” and will focus on the connection between historical research and a personal relationship with popular media. The talks and panels will explore this relationship across different media and eras of history. These talks and panels will be aimed at mixed audiences. HistoryCon seeks to engage and invite the general public into the academic sphere.
Although HistoryCon arises from historical research specifically
Entries for MoRunning 2020 are now open! With the current situation if for any reason this event can not physically take place it will become a virtual MoRun.
Also note secure your place early as depending on government and park policy, entry levels may be restricted hence leading to our prices going up by around 20%.
Take advantage of this early entry offer and we would love you to become a MoRunner today!
Renaissance, Ireland’s leading Data Security Distributor is delighted to introduce our annual Cyber Data and Compliance Expo & conference – this year held virtually! As usual, we will be bringing together the whole cyber ecosystem- exhibitors, resellers, end users, IT experts and general business thought leaders keen to understand what they can do to mitigate security risks to their business. Cyber Con Ireland will allow the ability to hear case studies of how technology has been applied in different industries, and to speak to multiple Security Experts on a 1-1 for advice, guidance an
Jobs Expo Dublin will be a virtual careers fair this autumn due to Covid-19 restrictions. Jobs Expo features hundreds of active job opportunities and is the only careers exhibition of its type to feature FREE ADMISSION.
With unemployment still at a high level in Ireland, Jobs Expo will provide job seekers with real opportunities to find new employment across a wide variety of industries.
What can you expect at Jobs Expo Online?
• Employers actively recruiting for hundreds of jobs at home and abroad
• Specialised recruiters dedicated to jobs in particular industries
• Start your
Health & safety in the construction industry has been dramatically altered by Covid-19. The pandemic has impacted all aspects of construction projects including how workers interact with each other on-site, how daily toolbox talks are conducted, how our employees’ mental health and wellbeing is supported, how inspections are performed as well as addressing how the processes around permitting and environmental compliance are managed.
The CIF’s annual Health & Safety Summit is the industry’s foremost annual event to focus on the most critical safety, health and risk issues impacting you
Dublin Book Festival - An online programme bringing authors, illustrators and publishers into the homes of book lovers throughout Ireland and the world!
Since 2006, DBF has been a mainstay of the Irish writing and publishing scene and a highlight of the literary year. With its special focus on Irish-published authors, the 2020 Festival continues that tradition of promoting and supporting Irish literary voices, both established and emerging. This year the festival will be presenting its programme online due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.
Programme Director Julianne Siron said, "We wanted
The Pendulum Summit team have been working tirelessly to bring you an exclusively world-class, immersive, interactive live virtual event, and we are very excited to be launching our brand new inaugural Pendulum Resurgence. Emerging From Disruption, a Virtual, Live & Interactive event taking place on November 27th 2020.
Bringing together some of the biggest names to deliver some thought-provoking and inspiring talks on topics relevant to the times ahead including Business Agility, Perseverance, Remote Leadership, Bounce-back Ability, Self-Motivation & Well-being.
It will allow you
Tech Connect Online - Visit the Future. Register for your FREE pass to attend.
This gathering of 2,000+ key decision makers from the UK and Ireland tech sector will provide a unique online forum for leading technology companies, tech buyers, start-ups, investors to meet and discuss the key tech trends facing the sector in 2020. The format of the event, which includes multiple stages, provides a diverse range of technology strands and how they are impacting on the business environment. Expect lively debate and interactive exhibitors who can educate and inform you of the latest trends in this
The Abbey Theatre’s winter offering will see Irish playwright Sarah Hanly adapt Bram Stoker’s timeless and terrifying classic Dracula for the Abbey stage – but not as you know it.
A world premiere conceived and directed by Graham McLaren, the immersive production will be performed live by an actor, whose voice will be underscored and accompanied by a complete, binaural sound design.
A socially distanced audience will embark on a frightening journey into one of the world’s most compelling horror stories – seated alone, wearing headphones and a blindfold, immerse yourself in this
A guide to some of the Free events taking place in Dublin over the coming weeks. Entertainment.ie also provides information on upcoming comedy, festivals and theatre shows and music in Ireland, as well as celebrity news and gossip.