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GAZE Film Festival

Various Locations

GAZE International LGBT Film Festival Dublin celebrates LGBT storytelling. Our exciting programme of films and events engages filmmakers and audiences.

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The Beatyard

Dun Laoghaire Harbour

Organisers promise that this Dun Laoghaire event is everything that's good and great in the world of food, drink, tech, science, music, games, sports, arts, design and discussion. With a line-up like theirs, we won't disagree. Music will provide the backdrop to the overall event with international headliners including the don of funk George Clinton with his full band Parliament Funkadelic, NYC soul/jazzer Roy Ayers, reggae legend Lee Scratch Perry, Grammy Award winning Brooklyn funksters Snarky Puppy, Chicago soul star Charles Bradley, UK beatbox champ Reeps One, disco merchant Tensnake

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Hotter Than July 2016

Smithfield Square

Hotter than July takes over Smithfield Square for a FREE daytime event full of feel-good rhythms and infectious melodies from South America, Eastern Europe, India, West Africa and of course West Clare. Now in its 3rd year, this family-friendly celebration of the cultural diversity in our city is presented by Improvised Music Company and Dublin City Council, in association with the Big Bang Festival of Rhythm, celebrating music and dance from around the world The euphoric energy and rhythm of Carnival will be yours for the tasting, as Brazilian street theatre troupe Maracatu Ilha Br

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IMMA Collection: A Decade

IMMA

IMMA, as the national cultural institution for collecting modern and contemporary art, aims to acquire examples of the most significant Irish art of the day as well as key works by international artists many of whom have been part of the museum’s temporary exhibition and residency programmes. IMMA Collection: A Decade provides a snapshot of how the Collection has developed over the past 10 years in series of changing displays.

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The Wake

Abbey Theatre

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PhotoIreland Festival

Various Locations

PhotoIreland’s international festival is focused around photography and image culture. Explore work of esteemed photographers, as well as that of young and local initiatives in Ireland, presented to you in a vibrant and friendly atmosphere.

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Once | The Musical

Olympia Theatre

Once is full of glorious music and authentic Irish charm. With songs including the Oscar-winning Falling Slowly, this funny, moving and life-affirming love story has captured hearts around the world.Based on the movie sensation of the same name, filmed and set in Dublin, the show tells the life-changing love story of ‘Guy’ and ‘Girl’, two musicians – he’s Irish, she’s Czech – who meet by chance on a Dublin street and create something wonderful together. Once features music and lyrics by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová and a Tony award-winning book by Enda Walsh.

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Dublin International Piano Festival

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The leading programme of its kind in Ireland, DIPF attracts students and audiences from all over the world to Dublin for a nine-day festival full of lessons, masterclasses, and performances. From 23rd -31st July 2016, DIPF will bring concerts from top class international pianists to the National Concert Hall (NCH) and the Hugh Lane Gallery while hosting a full academy of international pianists taking part in public masterclasses and seminars. The programme offers an intensive educational experience for advanced piano students as well as an exciting concert series open to the public.

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Billy Elliot

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Billy Elliot the Musical, one of the most beloved shows on stage today, is coming to Ireland for the first time after eleven extraordinary years in London’s West End. Set in a small mining town in the north east of England, against the background of the 1984/’85 miners’ strike, Billy Elliot is the inspirational story of a young boy’s struggle against the odds to make his dream come true. Follow Billy’s journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class where he discovers a passion for dance that inspires his family and whole community and changes his life forever.

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Vodafone Comedy Festival

Iveagh Gardens, Dublin 2

Dublin's best comedy festival,  the Vodafone Comedy Festival in the Iveagh Gardens features over 80 International and home grown acts in 5 fully seated indoor venues over 4 days from July 28th to 31st. The idea is simple - choose the comedian you want to see at the time you want to see them, buy your tickets and enjoy! Tickets are sold on a show-by-show basis and the festival is a strictly over 18s event. As well as 45 individual shows in 5 venues featuring over 80 acts there are many fun things happening throughout the weekend including street performers, musicians, gourme

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GAZE Film Festival

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GAZE International LGBT Film Festival Dublin celebrates LGBT storytelling. Our exciting programme of films and events engages filmmakers and audiences.

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Bar Monkey Festival

Loughlinstown Leisure Centre

This one day event will celebrate various forms of culture that focus on self-expression. Whether that is through movement, art or music, we are promoting all kinds at this special event. We want attendants of this event to become amazed at what they witness on this day and come away from this having discovered a form of self-expression that inspires them to discover their own passion.

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The Beatyard

Dun Laoghaire Harbour

Organisers promise that this Dun Laoghaire event is everything that's good and great in the world of food, drink, tech, science, music, games, sports, arts, design and discussion. With a line-up like theirs, we won't disagree. Music will provide the backdrop to the overall event with international headliners including the don of funk George Clinton with his full band Parliament Funkadelic, NYC soul/jazzer Roy Ayers, reggae legend Lee Scratch Perry, Grammy Award winning Brooklyn funksters Snarky Puppy, Chicago soul star Charles Bradley, UK beatbox champ Reeps One, disco merchant Tensnake

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Jurassic Park screening in Fitzwilliam Square

Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2

Saturday, 30th of July 2016, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2 will be transformed into a stunning outdoor Summer cinema location for one night only! Enjoy a screening of the iconic Steven Spielberg classic ‘Jurassic Park’. Head to Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2 from 8pm for a screening of the iconic Steven Spielberg classic ‘Jurassic Park’ and join in on the adventure as the sun sets! All in the name of 7UP Free and Happenings #SummerCinema – perfectly capturing the taste and feeling of Summer. Before the movie kicks off, settle in to a comfy billow bag with your complimentary 7U

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Hotter Than July 2016

Smithfield Square

Hotter than July takes over Smithfield Square for a FREE daytime event full of feel-good rhythms and infectious melodies from South America, Eastern Europe, India, West Africa and of course West Clare. Now in its 3rd year, this family-friendly celebration of the cultural diversity in our city is presented by Improvised Music Company and Dublin City Council, in association with the Big Bang Festival of Rhythm, celebrating music and dance from around the world The euphoric energy and rhythm of Carnival will be yours for the tasting, as Brazilian street theatre troupe Maracatu Ilha Br

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Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw

Smock Alley Theatre

Smock Alley presents as its sixth in-house production, Bernard Shaw’s most popular and best loved play, Pygmalion. Tickets are €18 / €15. Brunch and dinner menus are available. Eccentric linguistics Professor Henry Higgins attempts to transform unrefined flower seller Eliza Doolittle into a Duchess. For a bet. Regarded as one of the greatest comedies in the English language for its sharp wit and subversiveness, this gloriously witty and enchanting story was the inspiration for the Oscar winning film ‘My Fair Lady’. This hilarious classic of world literature is a satirical t

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Coding and Tech: The Salon Series at the Liquor Rooms

The Liquor Rooms, Wellington Quay, Dublin

The Salon Series is a free monthly talk series that showcases the creative community of The Liquor Rooms. This month we're talking about coding with Vicky Twomey-Lee, Mick Twomey and Irina Dzhambazova. The monthly talks have brought talents from the world of comics & illustration and performance to The Liquor Rooms stage to enlighten audiences about their true passions and what really makes them tick. From comic illustrators to burlesque dancers, from DJs to coders, we want to know why they do the things they love, and how they started out. Attendees will also get to enjoy some deliciou

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Opera in the Open

Amphitheatre, Wood Quay

OPERA IN THE OPEN is a season of FREE lunch time operas, which take place during August of each year in the Amphitheatre, Civic Offices, Wood Quay Dublin 8.

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FREE Summer Shakespeare – Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Fortune's Fool Productions is proud to present Measure for Measure - Ireland 1916 sponsored by the British Council, as part of the Shakespeare Lives Initiative through the GREAT campaign, OPW, The Sunday Business Post and RTE Supporting the Arts.For our 5th Season, Fortune's Fool Productions is expanding to include a national tour and moving to the gardens at Dublin Castle. Our new festival is now called Summer Shakespeare at Irish Monuments. Measure for Measure is one of Shakespeare's lesser known masterpieces. Originally set in Vienne, before their war with Hungary, we are setting the pl

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The Strypes – Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Racecourse

Leopardstown Racecourse, Dublin 18

The Strypes play the Bulmers Live stage at Leopardstown Racecourse on Thursday August 4th. Enjoy racing from 5.15pm. The band will play from 8.45pm. The Irish rock band and teenage sensations The Strypes are set to rock the Bulmers Live at Leopardstown stage on 4th August. The Cavan foursome have performed in the US, the UK and across Europe with sold out shows. This is one band not to be missed this summer at Leopardstown. Enjoy Racing and the Concert for only €18! Free entry for children under 16, who must be accompanied by an adult. Gates open at 4pm; the first race is at 5:15pm

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Across the Stars

National Concert Hall

Revel in the magic of John Williams’ unparalleled scores for cinematic classics Star Wars, ET, Schindler’s List, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and many more, all performed by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.

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Dublin City Liffey Swim

River Liffey

The Dublin City Liffey Swim is unique in that Dublin is the only capital country in Europe to have a swimming race through the middle of the city. The Dublin City Liffey Swim is the highlight of the open sea swimming season and in particular for the native Dubliners there is something special about being able to swim down the Liffey. This also provides a great spectacle for the Dublin public who line the quays, boardwalks and bridges along the mile and a quarter course to catch a glimpse of this unique event.

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Dublin Comic Con

Convention Centre

Don your best movie or comic character costumer and get down for two days of exclusive signings, interactive sets, displays, original props, special guests and activities to keep everyone entertained - from families with young children to the solo aficionado.

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Musical Picnic with Ceol le Chéile

National Concert Hall

Join us for a family picnic lunchtime concert where we bring the outdoors indoors with some great traditional Irish music and other fun activities.Come early and meet the musicians, try out some instruments, and have some fun with musical face-painting! Then come into the John Field Room to enjoy our interactive family concert, hear some traditional Irish tunes, and learn about the different instruments.

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Rock n Roll Half Marathon

North Wall Quay

Rock 'n' Roll Dublin returns to Ireland's capital on 7th August 2016. The 10K route joins the first 9.7K of the half marathon taking in all of Dublin’s key sites. You’ll run along the River Liffey passing Ha’penny Bridge and quaint river front streets near Temple Bar, run under the Christ Church Cathedral arch, pass the Guinness Factory, skirt the Museum of Modern Art, through Royal Hospital Kilmainham grounds and finish inside the gates of Phoenix Park.

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Shamrock Bowl 30

Tallaght Stadium

The Shamrock Bowl is the final of the SBC conference of the Irish American Football Association (IAFA). This year's Shamrock Bowl is the 30th final to be played, and marks an historical moment in the sport's history. The sport has grown to over 30 clubs representing both adult and junior full contact football and flag football. Our clubs compete at the European level and our Team Ireland programmes are helping to establish Ireland as a key member of the European and International community.

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Big Grill Festival

Herbert Park

The Big Grill will allow you to smell, taste, discover and learn about all kinds of BBQ’ing grilling, smoking, meats and delicacies from around the globe, all washed down with a choice craft beer or cider. There will be demos & workshops from well known chefs, chilli eating challenge, childrens play area with entertainment, a grand BBQ cook-off and loads more.

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The Boomtown Rats – Bulmers Live at Leopardstown Racecourse

Leopardstown Racecourse, Dublin 18

The Boomtown Rats play the Bulmers Live stage at Leopardstown Racecourse on Thursday August 11th. Enjoy racing from 5.15pm. The band will play from 8.45pm. The Irish new wave band with a series of Irish and UK hits led by Bob Geldolf is the final act to play live on stage for their Bulmers Live at Leopardstown summer concert in Dublin on Thursday 11th August 2016. The Boomtown Rats toured with the Ramones, Talking Heads, Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Jam and The Stranglers to name just a few. They were one of the biggest bands in the 70's and 80's with multiple chart topping hits and p

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Dublin Tattoo Convention

Convention Centre

If you’re looking to add to your collection of body art, take the plunge and get your first tattoo, or are simply curious about this ancient practice, book your ticket and get down to the Dublin Tattoo Convention.

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Ironman Triathlon

Dun Laoghaire / Phoenix

Swim. Bike. Run.

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A Fair Land

IMMA

This year IMMA is collaborating with Grizedale Arts who, following a period of research and development in IMMA’s residency programme, will create an extraordinary new project, in collaboration with IMMA, that examines the ‘usefulness’ of art by inviting artists and creatives to take over the iconic IMMA courtyard this summer. Echoing the role artists played in creating in articulating a new vision for Ireland pre-1916, A Fair Land will be developed and activated by a range of artists and creative practitioners with the aim of creating new, artist-led visions for a functioning future soc

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National Heritage Week

National Heritage Week is coordinated by The Heritage Council and its aim is to build awareness and education about our heritage thereby encouraging its conservation and preservation. Each year, during the last week of August, many national and hundreds of local community organisations participate by organising events throughout the country

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Ukulele Hooley

Dun Laoghaire

The Ukulele Hooley is Ireland's national ukulele festival in the lovely seaside town of Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.

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India Day

Farmleigh House & Estate

INDIA DAY is an event hosted every year around the 15th of August to commemorate India’s Independence. INDIA DAY is organised by the Federation of Indian Communities in Ireland (FICI) at Farmleigh, the official Irish State guest house.INDIA DAY celebration is supported by the Indian Embassy in Ireland, OPW, Dublin City Council, Dublin City Arts Office, and various other government and non-government organisations.

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The Great Pink Run

Phoenix Park

The Great Pink Run has two events on offer - A 10k Challenge & 5km Run, Jog or Walk and, will take place on Saturday 29th August 2015 in The Phoenix Park, where families, young and old will be encouraged to participate, dressed in pink! This event will raise much needed funding for breast cancer research programmes in Ireland. There will be plenty of prizes and lots of fun and excitement for all the family

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Aer Lingus College Football Classic

Aviva Stadium

American College Football will return to Ireland for the third time in five years with the Aer Lingus College Football Classic between Boston College and Georgia Tech at Dublin's Aviva Stadium on Saturday, September 3, 2016. For the 2012 game, general tickets sold out in four hours in Ireland. With only 48,000 capacity for this exciting game, we expect a similar demand.

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Dublin Fashion Festival

Various Locations

Over the last decade Dublin has become synonymous with fashion, style and an exciting mix of retail options, from designer and high street to vintage, making it an alluring shopping destination. DFF aims to put the fun and theatre back into shopping and socialising in the city. Bringing fashion and beauty retailers in the city centre together, it offers a heady mix of special offers, live fashion events and in-store activities that are unmissable.

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Irish Craft Beer Festival

RDS

Ireland's largest celebration of Irish craft brewing returns to RDS - featuring live music, fabulous Irish artisan food, 200+ beers, ciders, whiskeys and a few cocktails, many of which are available only at the festival!

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PM Summit

Citywest Hotel

PM Summit is the largest gathering of Project Management professionals in Ireland, the PM Summit caters to organizations within and beyond Ireland. Join the PM Summit 2016 in Dublin to empower you and your team with the knowledge, skills and relationships to fully achieve the successes that your company is aspiring to.

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The Franchise Show 2016

Royal Dublin Society, Anglesea Rd, Dublin 4

Visit the Franchise Show Dublin - this is your chance to receive independent advice & answers to your franchising questions from Franchise industry experts. This will be available in the advice zone throughout the duration of the event, offering free and unbiased advice on any aspect of franchising. So, whatever your query, you can find the answers here.

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Dublin Fringe Festival

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Tiger Dublin Fringe is Ireland's leading multidisciplinary arts festival. The festival is where artists challenge, subvert and invigorate their disciplines and practice. An active curator, Fringe supports artistic vision, ambition and excellence across a range of art forms and offers supports, resources, space, time and professional development to the Irish independent arts sector.

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Longines Irish Champions Weekend at Leopardstown

Leopardstown Racecourse, Dublin 18

Experience the racing, glamour and style of Longines Irish Champions Weekend, the highlight of the Irish flat racing season. Longines Irish Champions Weekend is a spectacular two-day meeting featuring ten Group races (Five Group 1 races) run across two legendary Irish racecourses. Day one is at Leopardstown Racecourse, day two at the Curragh. This year's weekend showcases the iconic fixtures, the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes and the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St. Leger. With prize money exceeding €4.5 million, it is one of the richest and most glamorous meetings on the internati

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Dublin VegFest

Griffith Conference Centre

The Irish capital’s vegan festival, Dublin Vegfest, is a celebration of vegan food, veg business and veg culture under one roof for one day. Amazing foods, lifestyle talks, music, demo’s, cruelty free products, super foods, exhibitors, natural & ethical products, info stalls, performance, non profits, goody bags, film & lots more!

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Mandela Trilogy

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

The amazing life of one of the world’s most iconic figures is brought vividly to the stage. Told in three parts, by a cast of over 60 South African performers, the music matches the vastly different phases of his journey from freedom fighter to president. A combination of jazz, upbeat songs, contemporary opera and traditional African tribal music bring to life the dramatic story of an extraordinary man.

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Culture Night

Various Locations

Culture Night is an annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. This year, it will take place on Friday 16th September 2016. On Culture Night, arts and cultural organisations and venues of all shapes and sizes, including the National Cultural Institutions, extend their opening hours to allow for increased access to the public. Special and unique events and workshops are specifically programmed at participating locations and everything is available free of charge.

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WellFest

Herbert Park

WellFest is Ireland’s only health, fitness and wellness festival. WellFest is about participation, feeling good and most importantly having fun.

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Celtic The Musical

Gaiety Theatre

Featuring the songs that have rung round Celtic Park over the years, the show tells the amazing story of this legendary club. It takes audiences on an emotion-charged journey from the foundation of the football club by Brother Walfrid and its charitable origins through Willie Maley's legendary successes as manager and the scoring feats of Jimmy McGrory. From the wing wizardry of Jimmy Johnstone to the triumphs of the immortal Jock Stein and the lasting legacy left by icons such as Billy McNeill, Tommy Burns and Henrik Larsson.

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SaaStock – SaaS Conference Dublin

RDS

SaaStock is Europe’s premier Conference for B2B SaaS. Hosted in Dublin's RDS this September 22nd. Turn your SaaS up to eleven and join 700 Founders, VCs and Execs in Dublin for SaaStock 2016, the conference to learn how to build a category leading SaaS business.

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Canalaphonic

Various Locations

Music Arts and Culture come to Portobello and Rathmines for Dublins biggest showcase of independent Irish music curated by Abner Browns Barbershop

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Dublin Festival of History

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The Dublin Festival of History brings authors and historians of national and international renown to Dublin to lecture, debate and engage with audiences on history topics. The festival is aimed at anyone with an interest in history and who enjoys reading history for pleasure. The festival is managed by Dublin City Public Libraries.

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Positive Ageing Week

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Positive Aging Week takes place in October every Year. Young and old turn out in force in their towns and communities to celebrate ageing as Libraries, Theatres, Galleries, Museums, Schools, Nursing Homes, Active Retirement Groups, Clubs and societies, County Councils, Businesses and associations deliver a full programme of age friendly activities and events to mark the week.

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Dublin Night Run: Park West

Park West

With both 5k and 10k courses, runners of all levels will have a chance to pound the tarmac in a tidy loop from Park West Business Park and along the Grand Canal. Starting and finishing near the Plaza in Parkwest, the 5km participants will do one circuit, while the 10km will do two. Either makes for a great midweek run for September, to keep you out of early hibernation.

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Dublin Theatre Festival

Various Locations

Dublin Theatre Festival 2016, 18 days of world-class theatre and entertainment. Established in 1957, Dublin Theatre Festival is an annual event that brings together artists, theatre-makers and audiences from Ireland and around the world.

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Fingal Film Festival

Movies at Swords

The Fingal Film Festival was launched in 2012. It is a new entity that offers a platform encouraging and promoting the works of local film community and National, International emerging filmmakers to showcase their work in an environment where they have access to experienced industry professionals. We provide workshops. training programmes throughout the three day festival event every year.

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Codemotion Dublin 2016

Croke Park

Codemotion Dublin is a conference format designed for the programming community and is organised by developers for developers.

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Predict Conference

RDS

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Claddagh Author Event

Croke Park Conference Centre

Bringing together Authors, Models, Bloggers and Readers alike from all around the world under one HUGE roof in the Emerald Isles. We are confident Claddagh Author Event – Dublin 2016 will be memorable for all.

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Hard Working Class Heroes

Various Locations

HWCH is an annual music showcase and convention in Dublin's city centre and will host some of the best up-and-coming Irish artists alongside a series of daytime events for professional development, including panel discussions, workshops, mentor sessions and showcases.

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Red Line Book Festival

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The annual Red Line Book Festival runs in October and takes place in venues across South Dublin County. The festival is funded by South Dublin County Council and managed by South Dublin Libraries and Arts. The programme showcases the best of national and international contemporary writers and performers.

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The Commitments

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

The Commitments received universal critical acclaim following its London World Premiere and was quickly hailed as a smash hit musical sensation. With over 20 soul classics performed live on stage including: Night Train, Try A Little Tenderness, River Deep, Mountain High, In The Midnight Hour, Papa Was A Rolling Stone, Save Me, Mustang Sally, I Heard It Through The Grapevine, Thin Line Between Love and Hate, Reach Out, Uptight, Knock On Wood, I Can't Turn You Loose and more! This is a guaranteed fabulously-fun night out you will simply never forget.

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Open House Dublin

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The 1916 Centenary will be the focus of this year’s curated programme. The architecture of Dublin is a reflection of our culture. The buildings we design and build today, and those we protect, tell a story of Dublin’s development. The buildings on our city’s streetscape tell a very direct and inspiring story about the history of our capital, the past lives of its inhabitants and our aspirations for the future. The annual OHD weekend provides a free and rare opportunity to access and discover the wealth of up to 100 significant buildings that reveal a changing city over the century.

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Health Sector Jobs Fair

RDS

Taking place in Dublin Saturday 15 October 2016, Irelnad's largest healthcare job fair, Health Sector Jobs will offer job opportunities throughout Ieland, the UK, Singapore and Australia. This is a must attend event for all Nurses, Midwives, Doctors, Dentists and Allied Health Professionals.

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Lingo Festival

Various Locations

LINGO is a spoken word festival, the first of its kind in Ireland. Our vision is to be a dynamic and inclusive celebration of words and living language that will present the exciting underground Spoken Word scene to a broad audience and develop new spoken word artists. Long live the LIVE literature!

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DojoCon 2016

Royal Marine Hotel

DojoCon 2016 will take place from Friday, Oct 21st until Sunday, Oct 23rd. Events will take place in The Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire & the DLR Lexicon Library while socials will take place throughout the town. Attendees can look forward to high profile guest speakers, workshops, debates, demonstrations and of course highly enjoyable social evenings.

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StartUp Weekend Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire

Startup Weekend is an exciting 54-hour weekend event, during which groups of developers, business managers, startup enthusiasts, marketing gurus, graphic artists and more pitch ideas for new startup companies, form teams around those ideas, and work to develop a working prototype, demo, or presentation by Sunday evening.Digital Dun Laoghaire (supported by the Dun Laoghaire Business Improvement District) are working to bring the Startup Weekend to Dun Laoghaire for the first time. Our goal is to run it on the weekend that Dun Laoghaire hosts the global CoderDojo annual conference (October 21st

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Bram Stoker Festival

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The fifth Bram Stoker Festival will take place from Friday 28th to Monday 31st October 2016.The festival takes the legacy of Dublin horror novelist and Dracula author Bram Stoker as inspiration. Get ready for four days of living stories and four nights of deadly adventures. Bram Stoker Festival is brought to life by Dublin City Council and Failte Ireland.

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Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Festival

RDS

Ireland's largest holistic and wellbeing showcase, taking place from the 29th to the 31st of October next, in Dublin's RDS, features some of the world's leading experts, authors and presenters on inspiring healing therapies and alternative wellbeing practices.Take an alternative look at life, channel personal strengths, and find the route to happiness and well-being that is within everyone's reach.

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SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon

Dublin

This is the 37th year of the Airtricity Dublin Marathon which goes through the historic Georgian streets of Dublin.

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Eirtakon

Croke Park Conference Centre

Eirtakon is the largest and longest-running anime (Japanese animation) and manga convention in Ireland, held every year by a dedicated volunteer committee put in place by the DCU Anime & Manga Society.Over 4000+ anime and manga fans, cosplayers, video and trad gamers joined us in our new home at the Croke Park Conference Centre last year, absolutely smashing our previous attendance records.This year we're getting even bigger to celebrate our first big milestone of 12 years!

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Dublin Book Festival

Smock Alley Theatre

The Dublin Book Festival is one of Ireland’s most successful and vibrant book festivals, running since June 2006. The annual public Festival showcases, supports and develops Irish Publishing by programming, publicising and selling Irish published books, their authors, editors and contributors all in an entertaining, festive, friendly and accessible environment that reflects the creativity and personality of the Irish Publishing sector and its authors.

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Feminist Film Festival

The New Theatre

Now in its third year, this year’s festival will focus on the theme of ‘Othered Voices’, with a programme of films which capture the female voice in its many forms.

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Professor Brian Cox

Olympia Theatre

Get ready to expand your mind with the popular and acclaimed Professor Brian Cox, OBE. His hotly anticipated tour is a must-see for science professionals, enthusiasts, and novices alike. Making highly complex ideas accessible for folks of almost every age, Cox’s infectious zeal for physics and the cosmos is impossible to resist.

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